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Number of known TV appearances in 1973: 2

(not known) New Faces ITV (ATV) The band's first ever television performance xx.11.73  
A medley of Let There Be Drums, Shazam, Three Stars, Rave On, Bonie Moronie New Faces (All Winners Final) ITV (ATV) Recorded live at ATV studios in Birmingham. Presented by Derek Hobson, and the panel consisted of Bill Ward, Tony Hatch and Clifford Davis. The band performed live and came second in the All Winners Final, losing out to Tom Waite, and it was later said that the result was fixed!
Other acts featured were George Huxley's Jazz Band, Charlie James, Dri Jinja, Tom Waite, Yakity Yak, Elaine Simmons, Anthony Waters, Ricki Disoni, Trotto, Jean De Both, Jackie Carlton, John D. Brayant
29.12.73 Y

Number of known TV appearances in 1974: 15

Hey Rock And Roll 45 ITV (Granada) Pop show presented by David 'Kid' Jensen. 16.05.74  
Hey Rock And Roll Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Tony Blackburn. Footage no longer exists 23.05.74  
Hey Rock And Roll Top Of The Pops BBC1 Repeat performance. Presenter: Paul Burnett. Footage no longer exists 30.05.74  
Hey Rock And Roll Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Dave Lee Travis. Footage no longer exists 13.06.74  
Hey Rock And Roll Hits A Go Go (Germany)   xx.xx.74  
Rock 'n' Roll Lady Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Dave Lee Travis. Footage no longer exists 22.08.74  
Rock 'n' Roll Lady Platten Kuche (Germany)   xx.xx.74 Y
(unknown) The Geordie Scene ITV (Tyne Tees) Song performed not known, though possibly 'Rock 'n' Roll Lady' as that was the current single. 28.08.74  
Rock 'n' Roll Lady Top Of The Pops BBC1 Repeat performance. Presenter: Tony Blackburn. Footage no longer exists 29.08.74  
Rock 'n' Roll Lady Lift Off With Ayshea ITV Broadcast at 4.25pm. Footage no longer exists 10.09.74  
Three Stars/Rave On, Bony Moronie, Rock 'n' Roll Lady 45 ITV (Granada) Pop show presented by David 'Kid' Jensen. The band performed these three songs live. 26.09.74 Y
Hey Rock And Roll, The Party, Rock 'n' Roll Lady The Geordie Scene ITV (Tyne Tees) Recorded on 4.9.74. Presented by Dave Cash. Live vocal to backing track. Originally though to be a repeat of 28.08.74 but this seems to be not the case. Also featured were a band called Fogg. 30.09.74 Y
Hey Mr Christmas Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Jimmy Savile. Footage no longer exists. Believed to be a repeat performance - not sure of date of 'original' performance 12.12.74  
Hey Mr Christmas Lift Off With Ayshea ITV Children's pop show presented by Ayshea Brough. This was actually the last episode of the series which had started in 1969 17.12.74  
Hey Mr Christmas A Stocking Full Of Stars BBC Christmas entertainment from the National Childrens Home at Harpenden. Presented by Michael Aspel & Rolf Harrris 25.12.74  

Number of known TV appearances in 1975: 24

Sweet Music Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Jimmy Savile. Footage no longer exists 06.02.75  
Sweet Music Crackerjack BBC1 Recorded at the BBC on 18.2.75 21.02.75 Y
Sweet Music Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Dave Lee Travis. Footage no longer exists 27.02.75  
Sweet Music Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Jimmy Savile. Footage no longer exists 06.03.75  
The Party Three For All   Film made in 1974 and released in cinemas in May 1975. It starred Graham Bonnett (who went on to become the lead singer of Rainbow in the late '70s), Robert Lindsay, Paul Nicholas, Richard Beckinsale and Adrienne Posta. It also featured guest appearances from Diana Dors, Arthur Mullard, Hattie Jacques, John Le Mesurier, Roy Kinnear and Edward Woodward. The film was aimed at the 'teeny bop' market and thus granted a 'U' rating.
Showaddywaddy's "performance" was recorded at a club called The Suite in Brighton.
xx.05.75 Y
Interview with Newton Wills Look North BBC1 Newton Wills did some promotional work with the band in the 70s and 80s. The footage features the double-decker bus decked out in Showaddywaddy livery which is seen in some early promo pics. xx.xx.75 Y
Three Steps To Heaven Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Noel Edmonds. Footage No Longer Exists 15.05.75  
Three Steps To Heaven Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Dave Lee Travis. Footage No Longer Exists 29.05.75  
Three Steps To Heaven 45 ITV (Granada) Pop show presented by David 'Kid' Jensen. 05.06.75  
Three Steps To Heaven Shang-A-Lang   The Bay City Rollers' TV show 16.06.75 Y
(not known) 45 ITV (Granada) Pop show presented by David 'Kid' Jensen. 21.08.75  
Heartbeat 45 ITV (Granada) Pop show presented by David 'Kid' Jensen. 28.08.75  
Heartbeat Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Jimmy Savile. Recorded at the BBC on 2.9.75 04.09.75 Y
Dave Bartram / Romeo Challenger Pop Quest ITV (Yorkshire) This show was broadcast between 1975 and 1979. First series hosted by Steve Merrick xx.09.75  
Heartbeat
King Of The Jive
Supersonic ITV (LWT) This episode believed repeated 4.10.75 13.09.75 Y
Heartbeat Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Tony Blackburn. Footage No Longer Exists 25.09.75 Y
Rock And Roll Music Musikladen German Live performance 15.10.75 Y
Three Steps To Heaven Musikladen German Live lead vocals over playback 15.10.75 Y
Heavenly Supersonic ITV (LWT)   29.11.75 Y
Heartbeat Musikladen German Live lead vocals over playback 22.12.75 Y
Heavenly Shang-A-Lang Christmas Special     25.12.75 Y
Whole band interviewed Look North BBC Date of broadcast not known, but known to be 1975 xx.xx.75 Y
Rock 'n' Roll Lady
Johnny Remember Me
King Of The Jive
Heavenly
Three Steps To Heaven
Heartbeat
Hey Rock And Roll
(not known) Possibly Holland TV special - most songs performed live. Heavenly, Three Steps To Heaven and Heartbeat performed part playback/part live. Date of broadcast not known but seems to be 1975. xx.xx.75 Y

Number of known TV appearances in 1976: 19

Heartbeat Disco (Germany)   31.01.76 Y
Hey Rock And Roll / King Of The Jive, plus interview with Al James & Malcolm Allured Swap Shop BBC1 Broadcast in Spring 1976 - exact date unknown xx.xx.76 Y
Trocadero Arrows ITV (Granada) The Arrows were a band who had more TV shows than hits. Given their own TV series on Granada, the first show was broadcast at 4.25pm on Tuesday 2nd March 1976, and it ran until 21st December 1976 for two series. It was produced by Muriel Young who also did the Bay City Rollers series 'Shang-A-Lang'.
Joanna Lisanti provides more info: The Arrows had no records released during the entire run of their two 14 week series because they refused to record songs that their producer Mickie Most was telling them to. The Arrows last single was "Once Upon A Time', two months before the first Arrows show. They never released another record. 28 shows and no records released. The band had only 6 singles released in 4 years.
04.05.76 Y
Trocadero Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: David Hamilton. Recorded at the BBC on 19.5.76 20.05.76 Y
Trocadero Seaside Special BBC Filmed at the Big Top, Blackpool. Recorded on 13.6.76 19.06.76 Y
King Of The Jive, Rock 'n' Roll Music, Sweet Music, Rave On, Trocadero, Hey Rock And Roll Superpop ITV Recorded live at London Television Centre on 7.7.76, and presented by Maggie Norden (daughter on Denis Norden) and David Briggs (who later went onto devise the TV quiz show Who Wants To Be A Millionaire). Episode also featured Stevenson's Rocket and Mr Big. Only broadcast on ITV London, the other regional channels were showing a film called "Goal!" about the 1966 World Cup.
Images from this performance were used on the band's first Greatest Hits album released in 1976 on Arista Records.
31.07.76 Y
Trocadero Musikladen German   18.09.76 Y
Under The Moon Of Love Arrows ITV (Granada)   19.10.76 Y
(unknown) Multi Coloured Swap Shop   Song performed not confirmed, but likely to have been the current single 'Under The Moon Of Love' 30.10.76  
Under The Moon Of Love Supersonic ITV (LWT) The band did a great live performance 01.11.76 Y
Under The Moon Of Love Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Noel Edmonds. Recorded at the BBC on 3.11.76 04.11.76 Y
Under The Moon Of Love Blue Peter BBC1   15.11.76 Y
Under The Moon Of Love Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: David Jensen. Footage No Longer Exists 18.11.76 Y
(unknown) Tiswas ITV (ATV) The band guested in the 'Tiswas Top Tips' slot. Not known if a song was performed, however it was common for guests to be interview followed by a section of the artist's latest single to be played over photos and cartoon graphics 27.11.76  
Under The Moon Of Love Top Of The Pops BBC1 Repeat Performance. Presenter: Ed Stewart. Footage No Longer Exists 02.12.76 Y
Under The Moon Of Love Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: David Hamilton. Recorded at the BBC on 8.12.76 09.12.76 Y
Under The Moon Of Love Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Dave Lee Travis. Footage No Longer Exists 16.12.76 Y
Under The Moon Of Love Top Of The Pops (Christmas Special) BBC1 Presenters: Tony Blackburn/Jimmy Savile. Recorded at the BBC on 23.12.76 26.12.76 Y
(unknown) Swap Of The Pops   Song performed not confirmed, but likely to have been 'Under The Moon Of Love' 26.12.76  
Number of known TV appearances in 1977: 27
Under The Moon Of Love Szene (Germany)   xx.xx.77 Y
Under The Moon Of Love Jim'll Fix It BBC1 The band meet two girls. Dave Bartram and Malcolm Allured interviewed in studio by Jimmy Savile 22.01.77 Y
Under The Moon Of Love Disco (Germany)   05.02.77 Y
When Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Jimmy Savile. Footage No Longer Exists. Recorded at the BBC on 1.3.77 03.03.77 Y
When Crackerjack BBC   04.03.77 Y
When Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Tony Blackburn 17.03.77 Y
When Countdown Australia Broadcast date shown is the Australian broadcast date. Presented by Leo Sayer 03.04.77 Y
When Get It Together ITV   06.04.77 Y
When Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: David Jensen 07.04.77 Y
You Got What It Takes Seaside Special BBC Filmed at the Big Top, Bournemouth. Recorded on 13.7.77 Saturday 16.07.77 Y
You Got What It Takes Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Noel Edmonds. Recorded at the BBC on 27.7.77 28.07.77 Y
You Got What It Takes Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: David Jensen. Recorded at the BBC on 10.8.77 11.08.77 Y
You Got What It Takes Musikladen German   13.08.77 Y
You Got What It Takes Marc ITV Marc Bolan's TV show 24.08.77 Y
Hey Rock And Roll, Under The Moon Of Love, King Of The Jive, You Got What It Takes Pop At The Mill BBC1 Presented by Pete Murray. Recorded on 3.8.77 Saturday 27.08.77 5.45pm Y
You Got What It Takes (promo video only) Tiswas ITV (ATV) Song performed not known 10.09.77  
Dancin' Party Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Dave Lee Travis 20.10.77  
Dancin' Party Top Of The Pops BBC1 Repeat performance. Presenter: Peter Powell 03.11.77 Y
Dancin' Party
Plus interview with Dave Batram & Romeo Challenger
SwapShop BBC1 Interview filmed on Blackpool beach 05.11.77 Y
Interview with Trevor Oakes and Malcolm Allured ATV Today   Includes footage of Dancin' Party 15.11.77 Y
Dancin' Party Top Of The Pops BBC1 Repeat Performance. Presenter: Jimmy Savile. Recorded at the BBC on 16.11.77 17.11.77 Y
Dancin' Party (promo video only) Tiswas ITV (ATV) Song performed not confirmed, but likely to have been 'Dancin' Party' 26.11.77  
Dancin' Party Musikladen (Germany) Live lead vocals over playback 03.12.77 Y
Dave Bartam and Rod Deas interviewed by Sally James, plus Dancin' Party promo Tiswas ITV (ATV)   24.12.77  
(unknown) Swap Of The Pops BBC SwapShop spin off presented by Noel Edmonds. 24.12.77  
You Got What It Takes Top Of The Pops (Christmas Special) BBC1 Presenters: Noel Edmonds / David Jensen. Recorded at the BBC on 19.12.77 25.12.77 Y
Under The Moon Of Love Top Of The Pops (Christmas Special) BBC1 Presenters: Dave Lee Travis / Tony Blackburn. Recorded at the BBC on 22.12.77 26.12.77 Y
Number of known TV appearances in 1978: 27
Dancin' Party Disco (Germany)   23.01.78 Y
I Wonder Why Jim'll Fix It BBC1   11.03.78 Y
I Wonder Why Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Dave Lee Travis. Recorded at the BBC on 22.3.78 23.03.78 Y
Somethin' Else
I Wonder Why
SwapShop BBC1   25.03.78 Y
I Wonder Why Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Noel Edmonds 06.04.78 Y
I Wonder Why (promo video only) Tiswas ITV (ATV)   08.04.78  
I Wonder Why Cheggers Plays Pop BBC Recorded at the BBC on 16.4.78 17.04.78 Y
I Wonder Why (promo video only) Tiswas ITV (ATV)   22.04.78  
Say Mama
I Wonder Why
A Little Bit Of Soap
Swap Shop Rock Garden Party BBC Romeo briefly interviewed by Noel Edmonds 29.05.78 Y
I Wonder Why Musikladen German   01.06.78 Y
A Little Bit Of Soap Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: David Jensen. Recorded at the BBC on 21.6.78 22.06.78 Y
A Little Bit Of Soap Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Peter Powell. Recorded at the BBC on 5.7.78 06.07.78 Y
A Little Bit Of Soap Seaside Special   Filmed at the Big Top, Torbay Saturday 08.07.78 8.20pm Y
Under The Moon Of Love, Hey Rock And Roll, Pretty Little Angel Eyes Ein Kessel Buntes DDR-TV (Poland) Broadcast date in Poland 14.10.78 Y
Pretty Little Angel Eyes Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Peter Powell 19.10.78 Y
Under The Moon of Love Little & Large BBC   21.10.78  
Dancin' Party
Pretty Little Angel Eyes
SwapShop BBC Later repeated Friday night 03.11.78 at 9.30pm on Multi-coloured SwapShop 28.10.78 Y
Pretty Little Angel Eyes Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Dave Lee Travis 02.11.78 Y
Pretty Little Angel Eyes (promo video only) Tiswas ITV (ATV)   11.11.78  
Pretty Little Angel Eyes Royal Variety Show   A great live performance by the band. 13.11.78 Y
Pretty Little Angel Eyes Top Of The Pops BBC1 Repeat Performance. Presenter: David Jensen 16.11.78 Y
Interview with Dave Bartram & Bill Gask, plus exerpts from promos for You Got What It Takes and Pretty Little Angel Eyes Tiswas ITV (ATV) May be same as 10.12.78 item listed below 25.11.78  
Pretty Little Angel Eyes Get It Together ITV   28.11.78  
Interview with Dave Bartram & Bill Gask Tiswas ITV (ATV)   10.12.78 Y
I Wonder Why (promo video only) Tiswas ITV (ATV)   23.12.78  
I Wonder Why Top Of The Pops (Christmas Special) BBC1 Presenter: Noel Edmonds. Recorded at the BBC on 24.12.78 25.12.78  
Pretty Little Angel Eyes Get It Together Christmas Special ITV Possibly a repeat of the band's performance on 28.11.78, but this is not confirmed. Broadcast at 9.25am 26.12.78  
Number of known TV appearances in 1979: 23
(unknown) Nationwide BBC Nature of appearance unknown 15.02.79  
Remember Then SwapShop BBC Apparently, this was SWW's 20th time on the show 24.03.79 Y
Remember Then Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Mike Read 29.03.79 Y
Remember Then Tiswas ITV (ATV) Rod Deas & Romeo Challenger interviewd 31.03.79 Y
Remember Then Top Of The Pops BBC1 Repeat Performance. Presenter: Peter Powell 12.04.79  
(unknown) Swap Shop Star Awards 1979 BBC Recorded on 10.4.79 15.04.79  
(unknown) Seaside Special BBC Appearance and song performed not confirmed 17.04.79  
Remember Then (promo video only) Tiswas ITV (ATV)   21.04.79  
Remember Then Get It Together ITV   01.05.79  
Remember Then Cheggers Plays Pop BBC  Recorded at the BBC on 2.5.79 07.05.79 Y
(none) Jukebox Jury BBC Not a performance by the band, but the bands new single 'Sweet Little Rock 'n' Roller' previewed by a panel including actress Joan Collins & Sex Pistol Johnny Rotten. Was voted a "miss" by the panel, but a "hit" by the listeners. Johnny Rotten walked out of the programme after arguing with presenter Alan Freeman on air. 30.06.79  
Dancin' Party
Sweet Little Rock 'n' Roller
Seaside Special BBC Filmed at the Big Top, Blackpool. Presented by Little & Large. Recorded on 5.7.79 14.07.79 Y
Malcolm Allured interview Newsbeat     17.07.79  
Sweet Little Rock 'n' Roller Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Jimmy Savile, 800th edition of Top Of The Pops 26.07.79 Y
Sweet Little Rock 'n' Roller Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Dave Lee Travis 09.08.79 Y
Dave Bartram, member of the panel Jukebox Jury BBC1 30 minute show presented by Noel Edmunds. Dave Bartram on the panel of judges with Dana, Bonnie Tyler and Keith Chegwin 18.08.79 Y
Sweet Little Rock 'n' Roller Top Of The Pops BBC1 Repeat Performance: Presenter: Jimmy Savile 23.08.79  
(unknown) Multi Coloured SwapShop   Song performed not confirmed, but likely to have been 'A Night At Daddy Gees' 10.11.79  
A Night At Daddy Gees (promo only) Tiswas ITV (ATV)   10.11.79  
A Night At Daddy Gees Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: David Jensen 15.11.79 Y
Say Mama
I Wonder Why
A Little Bit Of Soap
Swap Shop Rock Garden Party BBC1 Repeat of 29.5.78 24.11.79 Y
(unknown) Crackerjack   Song performed not confirmed, but likely to have been 'A Night At Daddy Gees' 07.12.79  
A Night At Daddy Gees Musikladen German Unknown drummer 13.12.79 Y
Number of known TV appearances in 1980: 27
Always & Ever Summertime Special   Broadcast date not known. Filmed in Blackpool xx.xx.80 Y
Always & Ever Razzmattazz ITV (Tyne Tees) Broadcast date not known. xx.xx.80 Y
Always & Ever Cheggers Plays Pop BBC Recorded at the BBC on 18.4.80 21.04.80 Y
Always & Ever Rolf On Saturday, OK? BBC   26.04.80 Y
Always & Ever
Three Steps To Heaven
Pebble Mill At One BBC   23.05.80 Y
(not known) Get It Together ITV Song performed was thought to be 'Why Do Lovers...' but this seems unlikely - more likely to be 'Always & Ever' 29.05.80  
Always & Ever Musikladen German   19.06.80 Y
Always & Ever Here Comes The Summer ITV   25.06.80  
Always & Ever Cheggers Plays Pop BBC Recorded at the BBC on 18.4.80. Repeat of 21.4.80 broadcast 11.08.80 Y
Why Do Lovers Break Each Other's Hearts? Emu's Magical Music Show BBC Broadcast date not known xx.xx.80  
(unknown) Multi Coloured SwapShop   Song performed not known, though likely to be 'Why Do Lovers...?' 27.09.80  
Why Do Lovers Break Each Other's Hearts? Get It Together ITV   07.10.80  
Interview with Russ Field Tyne Tees Today ITV (Tyne Tees)   11.10.80 Y
Interview with Dave Bartram & Malcolm Allured Tiswas ITV (ATV) Date may be 18.10.80 11.10.80 Y
Why Do Lovers Break Each Other's Hearts? Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Tommy Vance 16.10.80 Y
n/a ATV Today ITV John Mitchell visits Griffydam, village near Leicester, where Malcolm Allured runs the local pub and talks to The Duke and to Al James about Showaddywaddy and the group's current image. 27.10.80  
Why Do Lovers Break Each Other's Hearts? Top Of The Pops BBC1 Repeat Performance: Presenters: Peter Powell / Colin Berry 30.10.80  
Why Do Lovers Break Each Other's Hearts? The Basil Brush Show BBC Recorded at the BBC on 5.10.80 (yes, the month before) 08.11.80 5.10pm  
Blue Moon (promo video only) Tiswas ITV (ATV)   15.11.80  
Blue Moon Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Tommy Vance 27.11.80 Y
Why Do Lovers Break Each Other's Hearts? Musikladen German   13.11.80 Y
Blue Moon Get It Together ITV   02.12.80  
Blue Moon Top Of The Pops BBC1 Repeat Performance: Presenter: Richard Skinner 11.12.80  
Blue Moon Night Of 100 Stars ITV The band performed the full song at the venue, but it was edited for TV 21.12.80 Y
Blue Moon Cheggers Plays Pop BBC Recorded at the BBC on 10.12.80 22.12.80 Y
Blue Moon Emu's Magical Music Show BBC Recorded at the BBC on 23.12.80 27.12.80 Y
Dancin' Party
Why Do Lovers Break Each Other's Hearts?
Johnny Remember Me
Say Mama
Pretty Little Angel Eyes
Teen Canteen
Blue Moon
Chain Gang
Three Steps To Heaven, Under The Moon Of Love
Wipeout
Showaddywaddyshow BBC2 The band's own television special, recorded at BBC's Pebble Mill in Birmingham on Sunday 30th November and Monday 1st December 1980. Most songs performed live, but others were playback. Heartbeat was recorded but not broadcast. Click here for more info. Later repeated 3.6.81, 11.6.81 (BBC1) and 24.6.81. 30.12.80 7.40pm Y
Number of known TV appearances in 1981: 14
Doo Wah Diddy (promo video only) Tiswas ITV (ATV)   21.02.81  
Why Do Lovers Break Each Other's Hearts? SwapShop BBC1   28.02.81 Y
Why Do Lovers Break Each Other's Hearts?
Doo Wah Diddy
Martin Caine BBC2 Recorded at the BBC on 3.4.81 06.04.81 8.10pm Y
Doo Wah Diddy Multi Coloured Swap Shop BBC Broadcast date not known xx.xx.81  
Multiplication
Say Mama
Pebble Mill At One BBC   15.05.81 Y
Multiplication Razzmatazz ITV (Tyne Tees)   02.06.81 Y
Multiplication Cheggers Plays Pop BBC   08.06.81 Y
Multiplication
Under The Moon Of Love
Big Top Variety Show     05.08.81 Y
Alley Oop Summertime Special BBC Filmed in Brighton. Recorded 19.8.81 29.08.81 Y
Footsteps
Chain Gang
Get It Together ITV   24.11.81 Y
Footsteps
I Wonder Why
Pebble Mill At One BBC   26.11.81 Y
Footsteps Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Jimmy Savile 10.12.81 Y
Interview with Malcolm Allured, Romeo Challenger, Al James & Bill Gask Tiswas ITV (ATV) Also including a clip of the band performing Blue Moon on Get It Together 12.12.81  
Under The Moon Of Love Game For A Laugh ITV Short performance with a load of kids on stage 25.12.81 Y
Number of known TV appearances in 1982: 6
(not known) Tiswas ITV (ATV) Rod Deas appearing asking for new single 'Good Timing' to be played. Band didn't actually perform though 20.02.82 Y
Romeo Challenger and Rod Deas Tiswas ITV (ATV) Romeo and Rod were guests, but no music played 26.02.82  
Who Put The Bomp (In The Bomp-A-Bomp-A-Bomp) Central's Girl Of The Year ITV (Central)   22.05.82 Y
Who Put The Bomp (In The Bomp-A-Bomp-A-Bomp)
Three Steps To Heaven
Big Top Variety Show ITV   04.08.82 8.00pm Y
Who Put The Bomp (In The Bomp-A-Bomp-A-Bomp) Top Of The Pops BBC1 Presenter: Jimmy Savile 02.09.82 Y
Goody Goody Razzmatazz ITV (Tyne Tees)   21.12.82 Y
Number of known TV appearances in 1983: 1
Goody Goody Rod & Emu's Saturday Special BBC Filmed at Southport Theatre. Recorded 22.12.82 15.01.83 Y
Number of known TV appearances in 1984: 4
Out On The Town
Medley: Dancin' Party, I Wonder Why, Hey Rock And Roll
Knees Up ITV   06.05.84 Y
Interview with Romeo Challenger. Romeo demonstrates an electronic drum kit and discussues the pros and cons against an acoustic kit Newshound     11.05.84 Y
Under The Moon Of Love Jim Davidson Show   Malcolm Allured not featured as he had left the band by the time this was recorded. 06.09.84 Y
Out On The Town / Weekend The Krankies ITV Malcolm did appear with the band on this recording 08.09.84 Y
Number of known TV appearances in 1985: 2
Out On The Town Little & Large BBC Russ Field's and Malcolm Allured's last TV appearances with the band. Later repeated 6.6.85.
Recorded in 1984 prior to Malcolm's departure.
12.01.85 Y
(none) This Is Your Life BBC Appearing as guests of Alvin Stardust 13.03.85  
Number of known TV appearances in 1986: 0
Number of known TV appearances in 1987: 3
Dave Bartram interviewed by Anne Diamond and Richard Keys
Three Steps To Heaven
Good Morning Britain ITV Included archive footage of 'Bony Moronie' from New Faces 02.10.87 Y
Why? Live From The Palladium ITV   11.10.87 Y
Why?
Plus short interview with Dave Bartram
321 ITV (Yorkshire) Buddy Gask's last TV appearance with the band 21.11.87 Y
Number of known TV appearances in 1988: 2
Dizzy Miss Lizzy
When
Hey Rock And Roll
World Rock 'n' Roll Trophy BBC Filmed at Hammersmith Palais. Recorded on 9.5.88 16.07.88 Y
Come On Let's Go
Saturday Night's Gonna Be Alright
Michael Barrymore's Saturday Night Out BBC Filmed at the Fort Regent Leisure Centre, St Helier, Jersey. Recorded on 10.6.88 20.08.88 Y

Number of known TV appearances in 1989: 0

Number of known TV appearances in 1990: 1

Various songs performed live   ITV (Ulster) Live set from Belfast Opera House xx.xx.90 Y

Number of known TV appearances in 1991: 1

(unknown) (unknown) ITV (Central) Nature of appearance not known xx.xx.91  
Number of known TV appearances in 1992: 2
(unknown) Calendar ITV (Yorkshire) Nature of appearance not known - possibly to promote Sheffield City Hall gig in aid on Romanian Orphans 24.01.92  
(none) This Morning ITV The band receive a makeover xx.xx.92 Y
Number of known TV appearances in 1993: 2
Interview with Dave Bartram Entertainment Express BBC Also interviewed, Ray Dorset (Mungo Jerry) and Suzi Quatro 05.02.93  
Under The Moon Of Love Surprise Surprise ITV   20.06.93 Y

Number of known TV appearances in 1994: 2

(unknown) GMTV ITV Not known if band performed or if it was one or more of the band being interviewed 04.02.94  
(unknown) Bygones BBC Nature of appearance unknown, although the programme was never broadcast. 02.05.94  
Number of known TV appearances in 1995: 2
Under The Moon Of Love Live From The Lilydrome ITV Lily Savage show, filmed at the Layton Institute near Blackpool. Ray Martinez still in lineup 11.03.95 Y
Hey Rock 'n' Roll
C'mon Everybody
Bony Moronie
Under The Moon of Love
Brian Conley Show ITV SWW backed by the house band 03.06.95 Y
Number of known TV appearances in 1996: 2
Under The Moon Of Love Noel's House Party BBC1   02.03.96 Y
Dave Bartram & Rod Deas has to be identified by the panel as members of Showaddywaddy Never Mind The Buzzcocks BBC1 Recorded at the BBC on 30.10.96. Later repeated 8.12.97 19.11.96 Y
Number of known TV appearances in 1997: 1
Three Steps To Heaven
Plus interview with Dave Bartram along with Ray Dorset of Mungo Jerry and Alvin Stardust.
This Morning ITV   18.03.97 Y
Number of known TV appearances in 1998: 1
Under The Moon Of Love Clive James On TV ITV Live performance 12.04.98 Y

Number of known TV appearances in 1999: 3

A tour of Dave Bartram's house, plus interview Through The Keyhole ITV   xx.xx.99 Y
Dave Bartram with his collection of Swizzelsticks Collector's Lot Channel 4   xx.xx.99 Y
Paul Fixter on Collector's Lot Collector's Lot Channel 4   09.11.99 Y

Number of known TV appearances in 2000: 5

(unknown) East Midlands Today BBC (East Midlands)   15.05.00  
Under The Moon Of Love Weekend Watchdog BBC1   13.10.00 7.00pm Y
Interviews with Dave Bartram & Romeo Challenger, plus archive footage and live clips from Butlins April 2000 Top Ten: 1977 Channel 4   28.10.00 9.05pm Y
Interview with Dave Bartram plus archive footage of Hey Mr Christmas Platforms At Christmas BBC   21.12.00 Y
Interviews with Dave Bartram & Romeo Challenger, plus 70s clips of Under The Moon Of Love I Love A 1970s Christmas BBC   24.12.00 Y
Number of known TV appearances in 2001: 0
Number of known TV appearances in 2002: 3
(unknown) East Midlands Today BBC (East Midlands)   28.01.02  
Under The Moon Of Love Jim Davidson's Generation Game BBC1 Recorded at the BBC on 17.9.01 23.02.02 Y
Interviews with Dave Bartram, Romeo Challenger & SWW fan Pat Butler plus miscellaneous archive footage God Save The Queen     05.06.02 Y

Number of known TV appearances in 2003: 2

(unknown) Stupid Punts BBC   xx.xx.03  
10 minute Showaddywaddy feature on the band's 30th anniversary. Interviews with Dave Bartram, Romeo Challenger, Trevor Oakes & Paul Fixter from Showaddywaddy.net, plus various archive footage Inside Out BBC1 (East Midlands only)   02.06.03 Y
Number of known TV appearances in 2004: 5
(unknown) Late Tackle BBC (regional)   31.03.04  
Dave Bartram, member of panel Never Mind The Buzzcocks BBC1 Recorded 21.9.04 27.09.04 Y
Interview with Dave Bartram Look North BBC   04.10.04  
(unknown) Look East BBC   04.11.04  
(TV Advert for Very Best of album)   ITV Television advert for the Very Best Of album released by Demon. The ad was recorded on Tuesday 14th September 2004 and the first showing was during Heartbeat (ITV) on Sunday 14th November 2004.

14.11.04  
Number of known TV appearances in 2005: 1
The band taking part in a recording of a Christmas single, presented by Justin Lee Collins Bring Back The Christmas Number One Channel 4 The single, called 'I'm Goin' Home', was never actually released in the end. 11.12.05 Y

Number of known TV appearances in 2006: 3

Three Steps To Heaven This Morning ITV Live lead vocals to backing track (not the '75 version though!) Filmed outdoors at Southbank, London and broadcast live. Plus short interview with Dave Bartram. 02.06.06 Y
Hey England! GMTV ITV Live lead vocals to backing track - live studio broadcast. 15.06.06 Y
Pretty Little Angel Eyes The Slammer BBC1 The band miming to an edited (but full length version) of their 1978 hit Pretty Little Angel Eyes. It was filmed on Weds 8th November. 24.11.06 Y

Number of known TV appearances in 2007: 0

Number of known TV appearances in 2008: 1

Dave Bartram Soccer Saturday Sky Sports Short item featuring FA Cup run of Havant & Waterlooville FC, including Dave Bartram. The band's hit 'Under The Moon Of Love' is sung by the fans on the terraces, hence the inclusion of Showaddywaddy in the piece. 05.01.08 Y

Number of known TV appearances in 2009: 1

Dave Bartram Podge & Rodge RTE Dave Bartram interviewed by Podge & Rodge on RTE (Ireland). Recorded around the 23rd March.

13.04.09 10.25pm

Y

Number of known TV appearances in 2010: 0

Number of known TV appearances in 2011: 2

Archive footage of 'Trocadero' and 'Under The Moon Of Love' from Top Of The Pops, with new contributions from Dave Bartram Top Of The Pops: The Story of 1976 BBC4   01.04.11
10.00pm

Y

Archive footage of 'Hey Mr Christmas' from Lift Of With Ayshea and A Stocking Full Of Stars, plus new contributions from Dave Bartram Britian's Favourite Christmas Songs Channel 5 A countdown of Britain's 'favourite Christmas song' based on sales, with Hey Mr Christmas being the 42nd best selling Christmas song to date, with 152,000 copies sold. 25.12.11 Y

Number of known TV appearances in 2012: 1

Romeo Challenger and Rod Deas Soccer Saturday Sky Sports Romeo Challenger and Rod Deas in Soccer Saturday's "Away Days" feature. 01.09.12  

Total number of known TV appearances: 237


One of the band's many energetic appearances on Top Of The Pops - this one is thought to be "Sweet Music", February 1975


The band at Top Of The Pops to sing "Three Steps To Heaven", May 1975.


Performing "Trocadero" on Top Of The Pops, May 1976


Keith Chegwin interviews Romeo Challenger and Dave Bartram on SwapShop on a breezy Blackpool beach, 5th November 1977


Performing "A Little Bit Of Soap" on Top Of The Pops, broadcast 6th July 1978


Performing "Who Put The Bomp (In The Bomp-A-Bomp-A-Bomp)" on Top Of The Pops, broadcast September 1982 in what turned out to be their last appearance on the show.