Day/Month/YearShow Title Songs performed - Show information
1950
4/8/50STARLIGHT (BBC TV) 
8/9/50THE RADIO SHOW (BBC TV)
 
24/11/50
PET'S PARLOUR
(BBC TV)
Guest: Max Bygraves.
If You Feel Like Singing, Sing, The Diary of My Grandmother, The Beauty of the Rose, Smilin'Through. Goodnite Irene - Ensemble.
1/12/50
PET'S PARLOUR
(BBC TV)
Guest: Griffith Jones>Blue Skies, Miranda, Autumn Leaves, Summertime. The Quartermaster's Store.
8/12/50
PET'S PARLOUR
(BBC TV)
Guest: John Blythe
Bewitched Bothered and Bewildered, Far Away Places, I'll Walk Beside You, Watching the Trains Go By. I Taut I Taw a Puddy Tat - duet with John. There's a Tavern in the Sky - Ensemble.
12/12/50THE NATIONAL RADIO AND TELEVISION AWARDS OF 1950
(BBC TV)
Entertainment magazine.
1951
9/4/51KALEIDOSCOPE (BBC TV)A long-running light entertainment magazine programme - the staple of immediate post-war British TV viewing on Friday nights - that included a number of separate items within its hour-long running time. Comedy sketches and standup routines were regularly featured.
27/4/51 KALEIDOSCOPE (BBC TV)  
11/11/51FESTIVAL OF REMEMBERANCE 
14/12/51
PET'S PARLOUR
(BBC TV)
Series cast: Joe Henderson, Barbara Clark.
Guest: James Hayter>Mighty Lak a Rose, Abadaba Honeymoon with Barbara Clark. Watching an 'Ole in the Road - ensemble.
21/12/51KALEIDOSCOPE (BBC TV)  
22/12/51KALEIDOSCOPE (BBC TV) 
23/12/51TELEVISION'S CHRISTMAS PARTY (BBC TV)
Hosts: Leslie Mitchell & Jerry Desmonde.
Guests: Ethel Revnell, Terry-Thomas, Jewel & Warriss, Vic Oliver, Norman wisdom, Rawicz & Landauer, Anne Ziegler & Webster Booth, Petula Clark, The Twelve Toppers.
4/2/52
1952
PET'S PARLOUR
(BBC TV)
Guests: Bob Monkhouse and Denis Goodwin
Let Me Call You Sweetheart, Love Mystery and Adventure, The Little White Cloud that Cried, Waltz with Yourself, Last Mile Home. Nobody Loves Me - duet with Barbara. Fly Away Peter, Rollin Stone - ensemble.
18/2/52
PET'S PARLOUR
(BBC TV)
Guest: Bradley Harris and Gordon Humphries.>Serenade to a Lovely Day, Spring Song, My Own, I Hear the Bluebells Ringing, Some Enchanted Evening. We're a Couple of Swells - duet with Barbara. The Mus8cians, So Long It's Been Good to Know You - ensemble.
4/3/52THE MONSTER OF KILLOON (BBC TV)Drama.
Jack Warner, PETULA CLARK, Alfie Bass, John Kelly, Anthony Woodruff, Phyllis Morris, Wilfred Walter
16/2/52
PET'S PARLOUR
(BBC TV)
Guest: Eric Whitley.>Road to the Isles, My Ain Folk, So Deep is the Night, La Vie en Rose. Memories - duet with Eric.
4/3/52THE MONSTER OF KILLOON (BBC TV)Drama.
Jack Warner, PETULA CLARK, Alfie Bass, John Kelly, Anthony Woodruff, Phyllis Morris, Wilfred Walter
1953
24/7/53
PET'S PARLOUR
(BBC TV)
Last year of the series.
Guest: Frank Bowers.
The Golden Years, Everybody's Here for You, All the Things You Are, Hannigan's Hooley. Friendship - duet with Barbara. Sheridan.
11/4/53 FACE THE MUSIC (BBC TV)
 
.
1954
14/1/54 GARRISON THEATRE (BBC TV)
Host Eric Barker, The Billings Trio, Peter Cavanagh, Frieda Hail, Leslie Welch, Petula Clark.
19/3/54 THANK YOU ALLY PALLY Clips from Petula's series help trace the history of television
1954THE RIGHT SPIRIT Desmond Carrington
1954TELECLUB  
1954SPICES OF LIFE (BBC)  
1954 MUSIC, MUSIC, MUSIC 
1954 FOR THE CHILDREN  
1954 ASK PICKLES 
1954 STARLIGHT
 
1954 OFF THE RECORD 
1954 ON SHOW 
1954 NEW YEAR WISHES 
1955
25/9/55STARLIGHT
BBC
Petula Clark, Joe Henderson
28/9/55Val Parnell's STARTIME
THE JIMMY JEWEL & BEN WARRIS SHOW
Petula Clark, Dallas Boys, Mark Wynter
10/55YOUR PIED PIPER  
10/55 FAST & LOOSE 
17/10/55HIT PARADE
 
1955
THE PETULA CLARK SHOW
Episode featuring Stephen Boyd.
1956
1/9/56 HIT PARADE (BBC TV) Petula, The Kentones, Jimmy Thompson
11/1/56
THE PETULA CLARK SHOW
(BBC TV)
PETULA'S THIRD SERIES ran for six weeks.
Featuring Petula Clark and her boyfriend of the week, with Joe Henderson.
1/3/56 The Vice
Suspense anthology. Guest star.
17/1/56
THE PETULA CLARK SHOW
(BBC TV)
 
24/1/56
THE PETULA CLARK SHOW
(BBC TV)
 
31/1/56
THE PETULA CLARK SHOW
(BBC TV)
 
7/2/56
THE PETULA CLARK SHOW
(BBC TV)
 
14/2/56
THE PETULA CLARK SHOW
(BBC TV)
 
24/8/56 FESTIVAL OF BRITISH POPULAR SONG
(BBC TV)
Petula, Dennis Hale, Jane Marden, Kentones
20/9/56 STARTIME (ITV) 
2/11/56 A--Z
(BBC TV)
Host Alan Melville takes you from A--Z through the world of entertainment. This week the letter 'C' is represented by Alma Cogan and Petula Clark.
9/11/56 OFF THE RECORD
(BBC TV)
Hosted by Jack Payne.
Terry Thomas, Petula Clark, David Hughes, Tony Brent.
13/12/56
THE PETULA CLARK SHOW
(BBC TV)
FOURTH SERIES
20/12/56
THE PETULA CLARK SHOW
(BBC TV)
 
27/12/56
THE PETULA CLARK SHOW
(BBC TV)
 
1957
1/1/57
News clip
(Various)
'Microbat' launch.
1/10/57
THE PETULA CLARK SHOW
(BBC TV)
 
17/1/57
THE PETULA CLARK SHOW
(BBC TV)
 
24/1/57
THE PETULA CLARK SHOW
(BBC TV)
 
31/1/57
THE PETULA CLARK SHOW
(BBC TV)
 
7/2/57
THE PETULA CLARK SHOW
(BBC TV)
 
31/1/57GUEST IN THE HOUSE (ITV)
Touted as her first big dramatic TV role--to very favorable reviews.
14/2/57
THE PETULA CLARK SHOW
(BBC TV)
Last show of the 4th series.
3/57CRACKERJACK Children's show. Host: Eammon Andrews.
17/8/576.5 SPECIALReleased as a film in 1958.
19/11/57ROYAL VARIETY PERFORMANCE Away in a Manger becomes the highest rated programme in UK television history (22.65m), which remains the highest ever audience for a commercial television transmission other than feature films. The star line-up includes singers Petula Clark, Kathy Kirby and The Seekers, with comedian compère Ken Dodd.
12/57SUNDAY NIGHT AT THE PRINCE OF WALESAway in a Manger
24/12/57THE CHRISTMAS EVE SHOW (ITV)
Guests: Petula, Paul Anka, Tommy Steele, Anne Shelton, DICKIE VALENTINE, Frankie Vaughan.
Alone.
25/12/57
SPOT THE TUNE
(ITV)
Early musical quiz game in which contestants had to beat a time-limit in coming up with a correct song title after hearing only a few bars of a melody. Show featured the Peter Knight Orchestra.
1958
12/1/58TOP NUMBERS Guests: Lonnie Donnegan, Petula Clark.
14/1/58THE STARS RISE IN THE WEST (ITV)
Guests: Petula, Jack Train, Stanley Baker, Harry Secombe, Shirley Bassey.
7/3/58COOL FOR CATS  
29/3/58JACK JACKSON SHOW (BBC)
Baby Lover.
Guests: Petula Clark, The Mudlarks, Larry Page, Chris Barber, Gary Miller
6/5/58LIFE IS A SONG
BBC
 
22/5/58News Report
(Various)
Petula attends Variety Club Luncheon at Dorchester Hotel with Laurie London as guest of honour.
17/6/58FREE AND EASY
Petula Clark, Dickie Valentine
25/10/58MELODY FOR TWO(ATV) Petula Clark & Joe Henderson
8/11/58MELODY FOR TWO (ATV)
 
1958LENNY THE LION SHOW (BBC)Afternoon children's show.
1958CRACKERJACK (BBC)Children's show.
24/12/58
THE JACK JACKSON SHOW
(BBC)
 
28/12/58 MUSIC SHOP (ATV)  
1959
1959GUY MITCHELL SHOW (ITV) Guests: Petula Clark.
I Love a Violin
12/1/59TWOSOME (BBC)Guests: Petula & Joe Henderson.
22/1/59
THE 1959 SHOW
(ITV)
Paul Anka, Eddie Calvert, Petula Clark, Mona Inglesby, Max Wall, Johnny Duncan.
28/1/59
The JACK JACKSON SHOW
Eddie Calvert, Petula Clark, Rosemary June, The Monograms, Glen Mason, Malcolm Jackson, Paddy Edwards, Pamela Manson.
8/4/59 The JACK JACKSON SHOW  
10/4/59LENNY THE LION SHOW (ITV)
Afternoon children's show.
11/4/59DRUMBEAT (BBC) Petula Clark, Ronnie Carroll
16/6/59THE STORY OF A STAR  
13/7/59JUKE BOX JURY (BBC)
Theme song
Panelists: Susan Stranks, Eric Sykes, Petula Clark, Pete Murray. This popular contemporary music series featured a celebrity panel of guests giving their verdict to David Jacobs on a selection of the latest pop releases. Jacobs rang a bell for a hit, whilst a rasping hooter signaled a miss.
21/8/59CALLING DICKIE VALENTINE (ITV)
Guests: Petula, Joe Henderson.
4/9/59CALLING DICKIE VALENTINE (ITV) Guest: Petula Clark.
13/12/59BERNARD DELFONT'S SUNDAY SHOW (ITV) From the Palace Theatre. Introduced by Alfred Marks with Bernard Bresslaw, Petula Clark.