Stars On Sunday

Directed by Lesley Smith
Produced by Peter Max-Wilson

Broadcast: 18 September 1977
Yorkshire Television Production

  • Kenneth More
    Moira Anderson
    Frank Finlay
    Anita Harris
    Opus VII
    Ronnie Carroll
    Introduced by Noele Gordon
    Stars On Snday Massed Choirs - Conductor Donald Hunt
    The Salvation Army Band - Bandmaster Brian Towse
    Religious Advisor . . . . . . . . . . Mgr. Michael Buckley
    Religious Advisor . . . . . . . . . . Rev. Brandon Jackson

    Stars on Sunday is a religious request programme produced by Yorkshire Television (YTV) and broadcast on the ITV network from 1969-1979. It aired on Sunday early evenings during what was known as 'The Holy Hour' or more colloquially, 'The God Slot', the time in a television schedule set aside for religious broadcasting. Yorkshire Television executive and producer Jess Yates developed Stars on Sunday as a replacement for outgoing show, Choirs on Sunday.

    Noele Gordon is probably best remembered for playing the role of Meg Mortimer (originally Richardson) in the long-running British soap opera Crossroads from 1964 to 1983. Noele presented Stars On Sunday from 1972 to 1978.



  • Stars on Sunday is a religious request programme produced by Yorkshire Television (YTV) and broadcast on the ITV network from 1969-1979. It aired on Sunday early evenings during what was known as 'The Holy Hour' or more colloquially, 'The God Slot', the time in a television schedule set aside for religious broadcasting. Yorkshire Television executive and producer Jess Yates developed Stars on Sunday as a replacement for outgoing show, Choirs on Sunday.

    Noele Gordon is probably best remembered for playing the role of Meg Mortimer (originally Richardson) in the long-running British soap opera Crossroads from 1964 to 1983. Noele presented Stars On Sunday from 1972 to 1978.