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In Audience Research Jeremy Hawk interviews Mr. Fred Scuttle who is the Chief TV Audience Researcher at the BBC. Scuttle also reveals why there is a such a sharp rise in TV viewing on their TV Audience graph/ Scuttle also shows Jeremy and us some of those programs that never made it to TV, including:

1. “International Folk Singer” with Ivor Burles (Benny) singing the famous “African Click Song” which as usual goes wrong introduced by Sue Donovan.

2. “European Questionairre” features Benny as a German Aristocrat being interviewed by Patricia Hayes via a TV hookup.

3. Round Britain Poetry features Ted Tingle (Benny) performing one of his classic routines, “The Old Fiddler”, complete with the awful violin player at his side. This segment was introduced by Felix Bowness.

4. “Cross Channel Cabaret” features a Tyrolean Dancing Duo “Fritz & Chips” performing a routine with German dancing music with each of them slapping each other in the face. Felix Bowness with Benny as the dancers. This segment was introduced by Rosemarie Dunham.

27. Nov, 1965

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