CREAKY FLEAPIT of a show utilising old-time Music Hall format to showcase middle-class brats who’d been sent to piano lessons or owned their own top hats. Produced by religious broadcasting uberlord JESS “THE BISHOP” YATES, the presenter was the pitifully enthusiastic BOBBY BENNETT, all smiles and high kicks. Regulars included the Poole family (mainstays of STARS ON SUNDAY, presented by one Jess Yates) and shrieking BONNIE LANGFORD, plus teenage rock bands mincing about sucking in their cheeks who would always win out over the fat accordionist with the fringe and broad grin. Room was also found, naturally, for your regular old-time minstrel show nonsenry wherein white stage school twats in burnt cork and golliwog outfits tried to guess the answers to riddles posed by a similarly-attired and made-up Bobby Bennett as ‘Mr. Interlocutor’.