A Good Bit Of Howerd

Episodes

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-20170420 (BBC7)DJ Pete Murray tries his darnedest to elicit information from Frankie Howerd.

The king of titters, Frankie Howerd is telling all to DJ Pete Murray - with generous excerpts from some of Frankie's broadcasts.

Describing himself as "the sex kitten of the BBC" - Frankie reveals why he never ad-libs, the importance of good writers, assesses his singing abilities and thoughts about performing to an audience.

Producer: Bill Worsley

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in August 1963.

DJ Pete Murray tries his darnedest to elicit information from Frankie Howerd.

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DJ Pete Murray tries his darnedest to elicit information from Frankie Howerd.

The king of titters, Frankie Howerd is telling all to DJ Pete Murray - with generous excerpts from some of Frankie's broadcasts.

Describing himself as "the sex kitten of the BBC" - Frankie reveals why he never ad-libs, the importance of good writers, assesses his singing abilities and thoughts about performing to an audience.

Producer: Bill Worsley

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in August 1963.

Describing himself as "the sex kitten of the BBC" - Frankie reveals why he never ad-libs, the importance of good writers, assesses his singing abilities and thoughts about performing to an audience.

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in August 1963.

DJ Pete Murray tries his darnedest to elicit information from Frankie Howerd.

The king of titters, Frankie Howerd is telling all to DJ Pete Murray - with generous excerpts from some of Frankie's broadcasts.

Describing himself as ""the sex kitten of the BBC"" - Frankie reveals why he never ad-libs, the importance of good writers, assesses his singing abilities and thoughts about performing to an audience.

First broadcast on the BBC Light Programme in August 1963.