Razzamatazz

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Razzmatazz was a music based children's television programme which ran on ITV between 2 June 1981 and 2 January 1987.

Singer Lisa Stansfield found fame as a presenter on Razzmatazz at the age of 16. [1] [2] Brendan Healy played keyboards for the show.[1] Other regulars involved included compere Alistair Pirrie, and Teenage Correspondent Zoe Brown who had previously been televised in 1982, climbing the Old Man of Hoy with her father, the mountaineer Joe Brown.[3]

Razzmatazz was produced by Tyne Tees Television for Children's ITV.

Series guide[edit]

  • Series 1: 13 editions - 2 June 1981 – 25 August 1981
  • New Year Special - 1 January 1982
  • Series 2: 13 editions 5 February 1982 – 7 May 1982
  • Series 3: 16 editions - 14 September 1982 – 31 December 1982
  • Series 4: 13 editions - 5 April 1983 – 28 June 1983
  • Rock & Pop Awards Special - 19 July 1983
  • Series 5: 14 editions - 1 November 1983 – 8 February 1984
  • Series 6: 14 editions - 11 April 1984 – 18 July 1984
  • Series 7: 14 editions - 24 October 1984 – 30 January 1985
  • Series 8: 14 editions - 27 March 1985 – 14 August 1985
  • Christmas Special - 23 December 1985
  • Series 9: 12 editions 11 June 1986 – 3 September 1986
  • Christmas Special - 17 December 1986
  • New Year Special - 2 January 1987

References[edit]

  1. ^ Stephenson, John-Paul (13 October 2012). "Interview:Brendan Healy". Giggle Beats. Retrieved 13 October 2012. 

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