Three Degrees stills

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Thanks to Keith Brook for making the stills of this performance on ‘Pebble Mill at One’ by Three Degrees available.

The stills date from around 1980, when the Three Degrees sang four numbers.

The following comment was left on the Pebble Mill Facebook Group:

Julian Hitchcock: ‘I was the Floor Assistant. The Three Degrees were regular guests on the programme. What we really need to see, however, is the equally regular figure of Vince Hill. He always sang, “It’s going to be a lovely day, lovely day…” etc.’

Three Degrees on Pebble Mill at One

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Here is a still of the American female vocal group, The Three Degrees performing on ‘Pebble Mill at One’ in the Foyer (Studio C).  The line up of The Three Degrees changed over the years; they originally formed in 1963.

It probably dates from the early 1980s.

The following comments were left on the Pebble Mill Facebook:

Tracy Crump:’ yep got the signed scripts from that one’.

Keith Brook: ‘I vision mixed that item. We pre-recorded three tunes and I still have the video!! John Couzens and Jim Gray were two of the cameramen. BTW, it wasn’t called Studio C at that point.

It wasn’t until it got it’s own gallery was it called Studio C. Before that we used Studio B cameras and gallery Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Studio A cameras/gallery were used Tuesday and Friday. This was because Wednesday and Thursday were drama days in A, and Friday had the Asian programme in B.’