Kelly: Barbara Windsor, Iris Williams, Jimmy Cricket and other guests

Kelly: Barbara Windsor, Iris Williams, Jimmy Cricket and other guests

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1hr 17min 44sec




Betacam SP



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Gerry Kelly presents a variety of guest interviews as well as musical performances in this popular night talk show.

In this episode Kelly meets Barbara Windsor, known for her roles in Carry On films and later in EastEnders soap opera, a comedian Norman Collier best known for his ‘faulty microphone’ routine and his chicken impressions, Welsh diva Iris Williams, actor George Sewell and a pantomime star Jimmy Cricket.

Also joining in the studio are the members of Mohawk Loyal Orange Lodge no. 99, formed by Native-American Indians, who live on the Mohawk Reservation at Desoronto, Ontario and will be joining the upcoming 12th of July processions in Belfast. Staying on the topic of the Orange Order, Joe McPartland performs Crawford Howard’s the Arab Orange Lodge which tells the tale of Protestants who were banned from walking on the Twelfth and went instead to the Middle East. Musical guests performing in this programme are Runrig, Iris Williams with Ivan Black on piano and Martin McAllister on guitar, Florida Bill and the resident duo Bacaan.


The programme includes a short archive excerpt from Joan Littlewood’s 1963 film ‘Sparrows Can’t Sing’ 00:48:07 – 00:49:15 (Carthage Films).


Guests: Barbara Windsor, Runrig, Norman Collier, Iris Williams, Florida Bill, George Sewell, Members of Mohawk L.O.L 99. Joe McPartland, Bacaan, Jimmy Cricket

Presented by Gerry Kelly
Producer/ Director: David Donaghy
Cameras: Martyn Gibson
Sound: Alan Dwyer
Lighting: Gary Dixon
Console Operator: Brian Armstrong
Props: John Grimason
Make Up: Claire Loane
Wardrobe: Karen Cochrane
Production Secretary: June McClinton
Graphic Design: Trevor McCormick
Aston Operator: Mary McCleave
Floor Manager: Ann McClelland
Vision Mixer: William Scott
Vision Control: David Blackburne
Title Music: Jingle Jangles
Programme Associates: Paul Madeley and Michael Henderson
Research: John Daly
Production Assistant & Research: Sara Bell

Ulster Television Production


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