The two series (1976 & 1977) established Charlotte Cornwell ("Anna"), Julie Covington ("Dee") and Rula Lenska ("Q"). It followed the fortunes of The Little Ladies through the grubby world of the music business. Sue Jones-Davies joined the band during the 2nd series.
Dee was a tough rocker, keen for success in the music biz. Anna was a bored housewife. Q was involved in the world of porno flicks.
Devised & written by Howard Schuman. Produced by Andrew Brown. Directed by Brian Farnham (both series), Jon Scoffield (1st series) and Bill Hays (2nd series). Music written and produced by Andy Mackay (of Roxy Music), lyrics by Howard Schuman.
Each series had an associated album release and the single of OK? was a minor hit.
The series was to be on UK Gold (BBC/Thames) "soon" - there was a mention of it on the teletext pages around December 1996 as possibly coming in late 1997. However the relaunch in October 1997 as a BBC Worldwide venture (under the imaginative label UK TV, administered by Flextech) ruled this out. Content from the Thames TV archives was phased out by 1st November. There's been no further word since. [Granada Plus is now the main channel rerunning old UK shows originally on ITV.]
Meanwhile the shows are due out on DVD around May 2002.
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