Stanley Appel

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Stanley Appel (born 9 June 1933 in London)[citation needed] is a former British television producer and director of light entertainment at BBC television, most synonymous with his overhaul of Top of the Pops in the early 1990s,[1] which saw the brief end to BBC Radio 1 DJs hosting the show and especially as the producer of popular game show, Blankety Blank, during the Les Dawson era.Also Marti Caine series,Leo Sayer series,Paul Daniels series,Lulu series,Mike Yarwood series & many more Light Entertainment shows.Prior to joining Light entertainment Stanley was a senior TV studio cameraman for many years.


  1. ^ "The Last 'Top of the Pops'". TimeOut. July 25, 2006. Retrieved October 27, 2010.