Episode Guide - Pig and Whistle, The (Series) (1967-1977)

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The following is an incomplete listing of episodes.

Season One

Sep 5, 1967 - Guest: Hattie Jacques.

Sep 12, 1967 - Guests: Allen Bruce and Kevin Molloy.

Sep 19, 1967 - Guest: Tessie O'Shea.

Sep 26, 1967 - Guests: Brian Crabb and Fred Robinson.

Oct 3, 1967 - Guests: Allan Bruce, Kevin Molloy and Brian Crabb.

Oct 10, 1967 - Guests: Diamond Lil (Jane Forrest) and Eddie Siguard.

Oct 17, 1967 - Guests: Billy Meek and Queen Anne.

Oct 24, 1967 - Guests: Queen Anne, Brian Crabbe, Billy Meek.

Oct 31, 1967 - Guests: Tessie O'Shea, Eddie Siguard and Billy Meek.

Nov 7, 1967 - Guests: Libby Morris and Billy Meek.

Nov 14, 1967 - Diamond Lil (Jane Forrest) and Eddie Siguard return as guests.

Nov 21, 1967 - Hattie Jacques returns for another visit. Scottish balladeer Hugh Hogan also is featured.

Nov 28, 1967 - Guests: Carlton Show Band.

Dec 5, 1967 - Hattie Jacques returns for a guest appearance.

Dec 19, 1967 - Hattie Jacques returns as special guest.

Jan 2, 1968 - Guests: Reg Dixon, Kay Turner and Diamond Lil (Jane Forrest)

Jan 23, 1968 - Guests: David Whitefield, Billy Meek.

Jan 30, 1968 - Guests: Anita Scott and David Nelson

Feb 6, 1968 - Guests: Hattie Jacques, Hugh Hogan.

Feb 20, 1968 - Guests: Anita Scott and Fred Robinson.

Feb 27, 1968 - Guest: Vera Lynn.

Mar 5, 1968 - Guests: Brian Crabb, Bill Luxton, Angelo Russo.

Mar 12, 1968 - Guest: David Whitfield.

Mar 19, 1968 - Guests: Anita Scott, Chris McLaughlin and David Nelson.

Mar 26, 1968 - Guests: Anita Scott and Brian Crabb.

Apr 2, 1968 - Guests: Hugh Hagon, John Izod and Diamond Lil.

Season Two

Sep 16, 1968 - Guests are: Kay Turner, Billy Meek and Allen Bruce.

Sep 23, 1968 - Guests are David Whitfield and regular barmaid Kay Turner.

Sep 30, 1968 - Guests: Bill Luxton, Diamond Lil, Billy Meek and Kay Turner.

Oct 7, 1968 - Guests: Vickie Valentine, Ann McBeth and Herb Wynton.

Oct 14, 1968 - Guests: John Morley, Anita Scott and John Patterson.

Oct 21, 1968 - Guests: Kay Turner, Anne Shelton and Terry Neagle.

Oct 28, 1968 - Guests: singers Barry Morse and Billy Meek. Highlights: "The Galloping Major," "Trinity Church" (Barry), "Mr. Woo" (Billy).

Nov 4, 1968 - Guests: Bette Graham and Kevin Malloy.

Nov 18, 1968 - Guests: Kay Turner, Ann McBeth, Herb Wynton and Dickie Valentine.

Nov 25, 1968 - Guests: Anita Scott, Scotty Yule and Christine Scott.

Dec 2, 1968 - Guests: Kay Turner and David Whitfield.

Dec 30, 1968 - Guests: Anita Scott, Kay Turner, Scotty Yule and Christmas Scott.

Jan 20, 1969 - Guest: Hattie Jacques.

Jan 27, 1969 - Guests: singers Michael Feeney, Pat Dawson, Stan Kane and John Morley. Highlights: "Charlie, My Boy" (Pat), "Have Some Madiera, M`Dear" (John Morley), "Rose of Aranmore" (Michael), "We`re Not Along to Bide Awhile" (Stan), "Oh, How I Hate to Get up in the Morning" (Kay), "Why Did I Leave My Little Back Room in Bloomsbury?" (John Hewer).

Feb 3, 1969 - Guests: Kay Turner, Christine Scott, Billy Meek and Hugh Hagen.

Feb 10, 1969 - Guests: Bette Graham, Billy Meek and Kevin Malloy.

Feb 17, 1969 - Guests are: Anita Scott, Kay Turner, Billy Meek and John Morley.

Feb 24, 1969 - Guests: Sandy Sidwell, Kay Turner, Donald Peers and Billy Meek.

Mar 3, 1969 - Guests: singers Terry Neagle, Hugh Hagan and Christine Scott. Highlights: "Lassie from Lancashire" (Terry), "Marching Through the Heather" (Hugh), "I`ll Do Anything" (Christine, Dancers), "I`m a Lonely Little Petunia in an Onion Patch" (Kay), "He Played His Ukelele as the Ship Went Down" (Billy).

Mar 10, 1969 - Comedienne Hattie Jacques and singer Brian Crabb join John Hewer, Kay Turner and Billy Meek for a medley of limericks. Carlton Showband, Roland dancers. Highlights: "Men of Harlech" (Brian), "The Changing of the Guards" (Kay), "California, Here I Come" (John, Dancers), "They`ll Never Get This Man" (Band, Dancers)

Mar 17, 1969 - Guests: singers Jo Shelton, Billy Meek and Percy Sugarlips. John Hewer, Kay Turner. Carlton Showband. Highlights: "Somebody Stole My Girl" (Percy), "Mares Eat Oats" (Kay), "Call Round Any Old Time" (John).

Mar 31, 1969 - Guests: singers Kitty Meredith Stan Kane and Billy Meek. John Hewer, Kay Turner, Carlton Showband. Highlights: "Give My Regards to Broadway" (Kitty), "Glorious Devon" (Stan), "The Toorie on His Bonnet" (Billy).

Apr 14, 1969 - Guests: singers Billy Meek, Jo Shelton and Percy Sugarlips. Kay Turner, John Hewer, Carlton Showband. Highlights: "I`m Scared of Mrs. Kie" (Billy), "All of Me" (Jo), "Row, Row, Row" (Percy), "Show Me the Way to Go Home" (Kay), "Where Did You Get That Hat?" (John), "Whiskey in the Jar" (Band).

Season Three

Sep 29, 1969 - Guests: Pearl Carr, Teddy Johnson and Billy Meek.

Oct 6, 1969 - Guest: Cardew Robinson.

Oct 13, 1969 - Guests: Kay Turner, Billy Meek, Charles Hayter, Denis and Rogers and "Diamond Lil" hostess, Vanda King appear as guests.

Oct 20, 1969 - Guest: David Whitfield.

Oct 27, 1969 - Guests: Hugh Hagan and Kitty Merideth.

Nov 17, 1969 - Guest: Terry Nagle.

Dec 1, 1969 - Guests are Anita Scott and Brian Crabb.

Deb 8, 1969 - Guests: Sandy Sidwell and John Morley.

Dec 22, 1969 - Christmas show with guests Anita Scott and Christie McGlogan.

Dec 29, 1969 - Guest: Barbara Windsor.

Jan 12, 1970 - Guest: Vera Lynn.

Jan 19, 1970 - Guest: David Whitfield .

Jan 26, 1970 - Guests: Pat Dawson, Angelo Ruffo, and Terry Nagle.

Feb 2, 1970 - Guests: Ruby Murray and Anita Scott.

Mar 2, 1970 - Guests: Anita Scott and Sean McMannis.

Mar 16, 1970 - Host John Hewer welcomes guests Michael Shannahan, Martina Doyle and Hugh Hagan to the St. Patricks' Day Show.

Mar 23, 1970 - Guests: Allan Bruce and June Peters.

Mar 30, 1970 - Guests: Stan Kane, Pat Dawson and Anita Scott.

Original airdate unknown: Dennis Clancy and Brian Crabb

Season Four

Sep 14, 1970 - (Season Debut) Guest: Anne Shelton.

Sep 21, 1970 - Guest: Rolanda Lee.

Sep 28, 1970 - Guest: Cardew Robinson.

Oct 5, 1970 - Guests: Stan Kane and Anne McBeth.

Oct 12, 1970 - Guest: Hattie Jaques.

Oct 19, 1970 - Guest: Dennis Clancy.

Oct 26, 1970 - Guest: Grace Rich.

Nov 16, 1970 - Guest: Allan Bruce.

Nov 23, 1970 - Guests: Hugh Hagan and Martina Doyle.

Nov 30, 1970 - Guest: Andy Stewart.

Dec 21, 1970 - Christmas '70: Medieval Irish Festival entertainment.

Jan 4, 1971 - Guests: Alexander Brothers.

Jan 11, 1971 - Guests: Anita Scott and Herb Wynlon.

Jan 18, 1971 - Guest: Hattie Jaques.

Jan 25, 1971 - Guest: Andy Stewart.

Feb 1, 1971 - Guests: Grace Rich and Brian Crabb.

Feb 8, 1971 - Guest: Kim Cordell.

Feb 15, 1971 - Guest: John Peters and Terry Taggart.

Feb 22, 1971 - Guests: Christine Scott and Bobby Ash.

Mar 1, 1971 - Guests: Anita Scott and Terry Nagle.

Mar 8, 1971 - Guest: Cardew Robinson.

Mar 15, 1971 - St. Patrick's Day Show, featuring the Burnratty Pageant (Medieval Irish festive entertainment).

Mar 22, 1971 - Guests: Anita Scott and Bill Meek.

Season Five

Sep 20, 1971 - Guest: Don Sullivan.

Sep 27, 1971 - Guest: Cardew Robinson.

Oct 4, 1971 - Guest: Joseph Locke.

Oct 11, 1971 - Guests: John Morley and Sylvia Thorne.

Oct 18, 1971 - Guest: Barbara Windsor.

Oct 25, 1971 - Guests: Anita Scott and Peter Glenn.

Nov 1, 1971 - Guests: Susan Lane and Brian Crabb.

Nov 15, 1971 - Guests: Andy Stewart

Nov 22, 1971 - Guest: Lynn Shaw

Nov 29, 1971 - Guests: Brian Crabb and Jane Malton

Dec 20, 1971 - A special Christmas program.

Jan 10, 1972 - Guests: Joanne Sothern and Bobby Ashe.

Jan 17, 1972 - Guest: Kim Cordell

Jan 24, 1972 - Guest: Stan Kane

Jan 31, 1972 - Guest: Anne Shelton

Feb 7, 1972 - Guest: Marie Andre.

Feb 21, 1972 - Guest: Sylvia Thorn

Mar 6, 1972 - Guest: Jimmy Edwards

Mar 13, 1972 - Lynn Shaw and Terry McAloon are special guests in a St. Patrick's Day program.

Mar 20, 1972 - Guest: Susan Lane

Apr 3, 1972 - This week features the Carleton Show Band with various members displaying their talents. John Hewer and Kay Turner vill also be on hand to join the merry-makers.

Season Six

Sep 11, 1972 - Singer Jessie Matthews is the guest for this sixth-season opener. John Hewer, Kay Turner, Billy Meek, Roland Dancers, Carlton Showband. Highlights "My Heart Stood Still," "Springtime," "Everything's in Rhythm with My Heart" (Jessie); "The Old Tin Can" (John); "I Do Like to Be Beside the Seaside" (Kay, Dancers)

Sep 18, 1972 - Carlton Showband special.

Sep 25, 1972 - Guest: Dickie Henderson

Oct 2, 1972 - Guests: Sylvia Thorne, Brian Crabb and Angelo Ruffo.

Oct 9, 1972 - Guest: Susan Lane.

Oct 16, 1972 - Guests: Anita Scott and Eric Mannering

Oct 23, 1972 - Comedian Davy Kaye sings "My Way" and "Thanks Heaven for Little Girls." Highlights: "Row, Row, Row" (John), "Galway City," "Up Among the Heather" (Band, Dancers), "Blow, Blow Ma Kilt Away" (Billy).

Nov 6, 1972 - Guests: Stan Kane and Rita Hall

Nov 13, 1972 - Guest: George Chisholm

Nov 27, 1972 - Guests: Jane Forrest and Angelo Ruffo.

Dec 4, 1972 - Guest: Andy Stewart.

Dec 11, 1972 - Guest: Vanda King

Dec 18, 1972 - Guest: Diana Dors.

Dec 25, 1972 - Guests: Anita Scott and John Patterson

Jan 15, 1973 - Hugh Hagan performs the songs Take Me Back and I Want To Be Happy. Christine Chandler and Brian Crabb also make guest appearances. Host John Hewer, Billy Meek, Kay Turner and the Carlton Showband are also featured.

Jan 22, 1973 - Guests: Dennis Clancy and Arthur Spink

Jan 29, 1973 - Guests: Sylvia Thorne and Angelo Ruffo

Feb 19, 1973 - Guests: Jane Forrest and Eric Mannering

Mar 12, 1973 - Guests: Angelo Ruffo, Ethne Dunne (St. Patrick's Day Show)

Season Seven

Sep 10, 1973 - Singer Lonnie Donegan is the guest on the seventh-season opener. John Hewer, Kay Turner, Billy Meek, Roland dancers, Carlton Showband. Highlights: "My Old Man's a Dustman," "Have a Drink on Me" (Lonnie); "Hiccups" (John); "Poor, Poor Farmer," "Don't Bother to Knock" (Band, Dancers).

Sep 17, 1973 - Host John Hewer welcomes regulars Kay Turner and Billy Meek along with singers Stan Kane and Angelo Ruffo

Sep 24, 1973 - Guest: Anne Shelton.

Oct 1, 1973 - Guests: Jane Forrest and Brian Crabb

Oct 8, 1973 - Guest: Lonnie Donegan

Oct 15, 1973 - Guest: Anita Scott

Oct 22, 1973 - Guests: Pete Glenn and the Harmonicares

Oct 29, 1973 - Guest: Tommy Trinder

Nov 12, 1973 - Guest: Davy Kaye

Nov 19, 1973 - Guests: Marie Andre and Bobby Ash

Nov 26, 1973 - Guest: Stan Kane

Dec 3, 1973 - Guest: Tessie O'Shea

Dec 10, 1973 - Guests: Tommy Trinder and Angelo Ruffo.

Dec 24, 1973 - Anita Scott and Brian Crabb join host John Hewer and the regulars in a Christmas special.

Jan 21, 1974 - Guest: Jimmy Logan

Jan 28, 1974 - Guest: Kitty Meredith

Feb 4, 1974 - Guests: Dennis Clancy and Arthur Spink

Feb 18, 1974 - Guests: Pearl Carr and Teddy Johnson

Feb 25, 1974 - Guest: John Cavall

Mar 25, 1974 - Guests: Kitty Meredith and George Reinke.

Season Eight

Sep 9, 1974 - Singer Billy Dainty is the guest on the eighth-season opener. Highlights: "Singin' in the Rain," "Top Hat, White Tie and Tails" (Billy Dainty); "Mrs. Worthington" (John); "Sailin' Up the Clyde" (Billy Meek); "Where the Guards Are on Parade" (Kay, Dancers).

Oct 7, 1974 - Guests: George Chisolm and The Kid Bastien Camelia Jazz Band.

Oct 21, 1974 - Guests: Millican and Nesbitt.

Nov 4, 1974 - Guests: Peter Glenn and The Peaches.

Nov 18, 1974 - Guest: Brian Crabb.

Nov 25, 1974 - Guests: Dennis Clancy and Arthur Spink.

Dec 2, 1974 - Guest: Anita Scott

Dec 9, 1974 - Guest: Charlie Smithers.

Dec 16, 1974 - Guests: Marie Andre, A. Frank Ruffo and Peter Dawson.

Jan 13, 1975 - Guest: Anita Scott and A. Frank Ruffo.

Mar 10, 1975 - Guest: Anne Shelton

Mar 17, 1975 - Hosts John Hewer and Kay Turner are joined by Anna McGoldrack for St. Patrick's Day show

Mar 24, 1975 - Guest: Tessie O'Shea.

Mar 31, 1975 - Guests: Sylvia Thorne and The Harmonicats.

Apr 14, 1975 - Guests: Teddy Johnson and Pearl Carr

Apr 21, 1975 - Guests: Chalyce Brown and Lloyd Cooper.

Season Nine

Sep 8, 1975 - Andy Blumauer, Walter Ostanek, Andy and Sandra Horvath, and the Peaches join host John Hewer as he opens his British pub for the ninth season. Regulars include Kay Turner, Billy Meek, Carllon Showband and the Roland dancers. Highlights: "Harmonica Dixie" (Andy); "Three Heads Polka" (Walter); "Barber Polka" (Andy, Sandra); "Viva Espana" (Peaches); "Beer Barrel Polka," "Papa, Won't You Dance with Me?" (Band, Dancers); "Too Fat to Polka" (John, Kay, Billy).

Sep 15, 1975 - Guest: Barbara Windsor.

Sep 22, 1975 - Guests: Meredith Cutting and The Peaches.

Sep 29, 1975 - Guests: Sylvia Thorne and Don Steele

Oct 6, 1975 - Guest: Richard "Mr. Pastry" Hearne

Nov 10, 1975 - Guests: Sharon Friendly and Ronnie Dale.

Nov 17, 1975 - Guests: Mike and Bernie Winters

Nov 24, 1975 - Guests: The Alexander Brothers

Dec 22, 1975 - Guests: Anna McGoldrick.

Mar 1, 1976 - Guests: The Carlton Showband Special.

Mar 15, 1976 - Guests: Anna McGoldrick Mike Feeney.

Mar 29, 1976 - Guest: Christie McLaughlin.

Apr 5, 1976 - Dora Bryan, Anita Scott, Angelo Ruffo, the O'Neal Sisters, and Stan Kane and Judy Lebane join John Hewer, Kay Turner and Billy Meek. Highlights: "Just My Bill" (Dora); "You Can't Blame a Girl for Trying" (Anita); "Lullaby of Broadway" (Angelo); "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" (O'Neal Sisters); "We'll Gather Lilacs" (Stan, Judy); "The Riviera" (Kay); "Good Old George" (Billy).

Season Ten

Sep 27, 1976 - Guest: Dennis Lotis

Oct 4, 1976 - Guests: Vanda King, Walter Ostanek.

Oct 11, 1976 - Guest: Anne Shelton.

Oct 18, 1976 - Guests: The Peaches, London Bobby

Oct 25, 1976 - Guest: Tommy Trinder.

Nov 8, 1976 - Guest: Denis Lotis

Nov 15, 1976 - Anna McGoldrick, Angelo Ruffo and Pat Dawson join the regulars. Highlights: Irish medley (Anna); "Darn It Baby" (Angelo, Pat); "Turned Up" (John); "I'd Do Anything" (Kay, Dancers); "Husband of the Wife of Mr. Woo" (Billy); "The Overlander," "Oh Tralee" (Band, Dancers).

Nov 22, 1976 - Guests: Dennis Clancy, Arthur Spink.

Nov 29, 1976 - Guests: Vanda King, Walter Ostanek

Dec 13, 1976 - Guests: The Peaches and London Bobby.

Dec 20, 1976 - Comic Davie Kaye joins John Hewer, Kay Turner, Billy Meek, Carlton Showband and Roland dancers for a Christmas show. Highlights: "Don't Stand Under the Mistletoe" (John); "It's Beginning to Look a Lot like Christmas" (Kay); "Batteries Not Included" (Billy); "On the Good Ship Lollipop," "Chnstmas in Killarney" (All).

Jan 31, 1977 - Host John Hewer is joined by Sylvia Thorne and the Hanson-Eaton duo along with regulars Kay Turner and Billy Meek.

Feb 7, 1977 - Ronnie Dale joins John Hewer, Kay Turner, Billy Meek, Carlton Showband, Roland dancers. Highlights: Scottish medley (Ronnie); "The Weather Song" (John, Billy); "There's Something About a Soldier" (Kay); "I'm 94 This Morning" (Billy).

Feb 14, 1977 - Vanda King and Peter Glenn join John Hewer, Kay Turner, Billy Meek, the Carlton Showband and the Roland dancers. Highlights: "C'est magnifique," "C'est si bon" (Vanda); "Sing to Me the Old Scotch Songs" (Peter); "With My Little Wigga Wagga" (John); "What D'Yer Think of That?" (Kay); "I Never See Maggie Alone" (Billy); "Wild Colonial Boy," "Paddy Kelly's Brew" (Band, Dancers).

Mar 14, 1977 - Comedian Jack Cruise joins John Hewer, Kay Turner, Billy Meek, the Carlton Showband and the Roland dancers for a St. Patrick's Day show. Highlights: "It's a Great Day for the Irish " (Kay); "Sandy and Molly McKaye" (Billy); "St. Patrick's Day Parade" (Band).

Mar 21, 1977 - Guests: Dennis Clancy and Arthur Spink.

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