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Since Twiggy's debut on the entertainment scene, she has been a common fixture on British television. Numerous guest appearances occurred throughout the sixties on popular programmes of the day such as Jukebox Jury and Go Go Go Said The Bird. During that period, various documentaries were made both in the UK and US, including three high profile shows made for ABC by photographer Bert Stern chronicling Twiggy's visit to the US in 1967.

After Twiggy's success in The Boy Friend she was inundated with offers to further her singing and dancing exploits on the small screen. Bill Cotton Junior, realised her potential when she made her first singing guest spot on the popular Cilla Black show in early 1974. The controller of light entertainment for the BBC soon offered Twiggy the opportunity to host her own series of variety shows.  Twiggs when broadcast in the autumn of 1974 proved an instant hit with viewers. The shows boasted a wide selection of vintage and contemporary songs plus comedy sketches and a foray of eclectic guest stars. A second series of shows was commissioned and six episodes of Twiggy were broadcast in late 1975.

Throughout the late seventies, Twiggy would make several appearances on top variety shows in the UK and US to promote her records. This involved numerous appearances on Top Of The Pops and Supersonic plus guest star spots with Charles Aznavour, Val Doonican, Max Bygraves, The Bay City Rollers and David Essex. 

In the 1980s, Twiggy concentrated on TV drama, starring in several productions for Independent Television, these included 'Pygmalion' (YTV - 1981), 'The Little Match Girl (HTV - 1986), 'Sun Child' (YTV - 1988) and Young Charlie Chaplin (Thames - 1989). 

Twiggy began the 1990's by filming a pilot show for a US sitcom titled Princesses for CBS. The show was picked up by the network and eight episodes were taped however only four were broadcast in the autumn of 1991. 

Returning to the United Kingdom, Twiggy reinvented her television career and hosted a highly successful chat show 'Twiggy's People' for Granada in 1998. The eight episodes saw Twiggy interview a host of famous friends from Lauren Baccall to Joan Rivers. The show proved so successful that in 2001, Twiggy was invited back by ITV to host 'Take Time With Twiggy' another magazine programme made for Meridian, guests included Ken Russell and Lulu.

For nearly forty years, Twiggy has appeared on television screens across the globe, from the early days as a successful model and icon of the sixties, a singing sensation in the seventies, successful actress throughout the eighties and television presenter of the nineties. She has always and will continue to impress audiences with the her unpretentious attitude, fine wit and outgoing personality. 

Below is a comprehensive listing of Twiggy appearances on UK TV, with programme details including song performances and transmission dates. Our thanks extend to the BBC, BFI, Granada, Meridian, Jack Cropper and Richard Niles. If anyone would like to add any appearances not listed below then please contact the webmaster by email

 

Richard & Judy 2005
Taking Part: Richard Madely, Judy Finnigan, Al Murray, Twiggy Lawson, Simon Shepherd

Other Information: Twiggy and her Jack And The Beanstalk co-star Simon Shepherd joined Richard and Judy via a live video link from the Theatre Royal Brighton to present the shows daily competition. 
 
Transmission: Channel 4 · December, 2005


Breakfast 2005
Taking Part: Twiggy Lawson

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview

Other Information: Twiggy was interviewed about her career and forthcoming projects.
 
Transmission: BBC · July 29th, 2005


Parkinson 2005
Taking Part: Michael Parkinson, Samuel L Jackson, Twiggy Lawson

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview

Other Information: Twiggy was interviewed about her work with the charity Age Concern and her career.
 
Transmission: ITV · February 17th, 2005


Cause Celeb 2005
Taking Part: Twiggy Lawson

Twiggy's Contribution: Charity Appeal

Other Information: Twiggy hosted this informative programme about the Croftview Greyhound home in Meopham, Kent.
 
Transmission: Community Channel · January 24th, 200
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Today With Des And Mel 2003
Taking Part: Des O'Connor, Melanie Sykes, Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview

Other Information: Twiggy was interviewed about the release of her new album Midnight Blue Twiggy and Des performed impromptu duets of 'Two Sleepy People' and 'S'Wonderful' during the interview.
 
Transmission: ITV · September 9th, 2003


BBC London News 2003
Taking Part: Twiggy Lawson

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview

Other Information: Twiggy was interviewed about the release of her new album Midnight Blue. The interview featured archive clips of 'Woman In Love' and 'Here I Go Again' from TOTP.
 
Transmission: BBC 1 · September 5th, 2003


Heaven & Earth 2003
Taking Part: Natasha Kaplinski, Twiggy Lawson

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview

Other Information: Twiggy was interviewed from the Camrbidge Arts Theatre, during the run of Mrs Warren's Profession
 
Transmission: BBC 1 · June, 2003


Absolutely Fabulous - Menopause 2001
Taking Part: Jennifer Saunders (Edina), Joanna Lumley (Patsy), Julia Sawalha (Saffy), Jane Horrocks (Bubble), Twiggy Lawson, Leigh Lawson

Other Information: Twiggy joined a host of celebrity guest stars to launch the fourth series of popular UK sitcom Absolutely Fabulous. .
 
Transmission: BBC 1 · October 5th, 2001


Take Time With Twiggy 2001
Taking Part: Twiggy Lawson, Brenda Blethyn

Twiggy's Contribution: Presenter

 
Transmission: ITV · September 30th, 2001

Take Time With Twiggy 2001
Taking Part: Twiggy Lawson, Stefanie Powers

Twiggy's Contribution: Presenter

 
Transmission: ITV · September 23rd, 2001

Take Time With Twiggy 2001
Taking Part: Twiggy Lawson, Ken Russell

Twiggy's Contribution: Presenter

 
Transmission: ITV · September 9th, 2001

This Morning 2001
Taking Part: Twiggy, Coleen Nolan, John Leslie

Twiggy's Contribution: Presenter

Other Information: Twiggy was one of the new presenters lined up to replace Richard and Judy following their departure from the daytime magazine show. Twiggy's first episode was broadcast live on September 3rd.
 
Transmission: ITV · September, 2001


Absolutely Fabulous - Parralox 2001
Taking Part: Jennifer Saunders (Edina), Joanna Lumley (Patsy), Julia Sawalha (Saffy), Jane Horrocks (Bubble), Twiggy Lawson, Stephen Gately, Michael Greco

Other Information: Twiggy joined a host of celebrity guest stars to launch the fourth series of popular UK sitcom Absolutely Fabulous. .
 
Transmission: BBC 1 · August 31st, 2001


Take Time With Twiggy 2001
Taking Part: Twiggy Lawson, Lulu

Twiggy's Contribution: Presenter

 
Transmission: ITV · August 26th, 2001

Take Time With Twiggy 2001
Taking Part: Twiggy Lawson, Frederick Forsythe

Twiggy's Contribution: Presenter

 
Transmission: ITV · August 12th, 2001

Take Time With Twiggy 2001
Taking Part: Twiggy Lawson, Susan George

Twiggy's Contribution: Presenter

 
Transmission: ITV · August 5th, 2001

Star Lives 2001
Taking Part: Carol Vorderman, Twiggy, Leigh Lawson, Tommy Tune, David Essex, Susan George, Vivien Smith, Carly Lawson, Ace Lawson, Crispian Mills

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview

Other Information: Twiggy was the star subject for this episode of Star Lives. Presented by Carol Vorderman, the show featured clips from her career plus surprise guests from Twiggy's past.
 
Transmission: ITV · August 3rd, 2001


Take Time With Twiggy 2001
Taking Part: Twiggy Lawson, Bruce Oldfield

Twiggy's Contribution: Presenter

 
Transmission: ITV · July 22nd, 2001

Take Time With Twiggy 2001
Taking Part: Twiggy Lawson, Lynda LaPlante

Twiggy's Contribution: Presenter

Other Information: Twiggy hosts her own Sunday afternoon chat show produced by the Meridian network for ITV. Recorded in Southampton, Twiggy interviewed a variety of her famous friends in these half hour shows.
 
Transmission: ITV · July 7th, 2001


Celebrity Ready, Steady, Cook 2001
Taking Part: Brian Turner, Twiggy Lawson, David Gower, Phil Vickery

Twiggy's Contribution:
Contestant
 
Transmission: BBC 1 · February 21st, 2001

Open House With Gloria Hunniford 2001
Taking Part: Gloria Hunniford, Noddy Holder, Sheena Eaton, Ava Astaire, Twiggy Lawson

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview

Other Information: Twiggy was interviewed about the forthcoming Selfridges launch of her Twiggy Skincare range. Twiggy also spoke with Fred Astaire's daughter, Ava.
 
Transmission: Channel 5 · February 12th, 2001


Twiggy Skincare 2000
Taking Part: Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: Presenter

Other Information: Twiggy presented a one hour showcase for the world launch of Twiggy Skincare on the QVC shopping channel.
 
Transmission: QVC · September, 2000


OK! TV 1999
Taking Part: Fiona Philips, Twiggy Lawson, Nigel Havers, Patsy Palmer, Tracie Bennett

Twiggy's Contribution:
Celebrity Reporter

Other Information: Chat show based on the popular glossy magazine OK! Guests included Sharon Stone, Paula Yates, Tom Jones and Michael Barrymore
 
Transmission: ITV · November - December, 1999


So Graham Norton 1999
Taking Part: Graham Norton, Twiggy Lawson

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview

 
Transmission: Channel 4 · November 26th, 1999

Twiggy's People 1998
Taking Part: Twiggy Lawson, Joan Rivers
 

Twiggy's Contribution: Presenter

Transmission: ITV · August 28th, 1998

Twiggy's People 1998
Taking Part: Twiggy Lawson, Roddy McDowell

Twiggy's Contribution: Presenter

 
Transmission: ITV · August 21st, 1998

Twiggy's People 1998
Taking Part: Twiggy Lawson, Barbara Taylor Bradford
 

Twiggy's Contribution: Presenter

 
Transmission: ITV · August 14th, 1998

Twiggy's People 1998
Taking Part: Twiggy Lawson, Tim Curry

Twiggy's Contribution: Presenter

 
Transmission: ITV · August 7th, 1998

Twiggy's People 1998
Taking Part: Twiggy Lawson, Eric Idle

Twiggy's Contribution: Presenter

 
Transmission: ITV · July 31st, 1998

Twiggy's People 1998
Taking Part: Twiggy Lawson, Tracy Ullman

Twiggy's Contribution: Presenter

Transmission: ITV · July 24th, 1998

Twiggy's People 1998
Taking Part: Twiggy Lawson, Lauren Baccall

Twiggy's Contribution: Presenter

 
Transmission: ITV · July 17th, 1998

Twiggy's People 1998
Taking Part: Twiggy Lawson, Dustin Hoffman

Twiggy's Contribution: Presenter

Other Information: Twiggy hosts her own chat show, speaking with a selection of her famous friends about their careers. All the episodes were filmed in Los Angeles for Granada.
 
Transmission: ITV · July 10th, 1998


Des O'Connor Tonight 1998
Taking Part: Des O'Connor, Twiggy Lawson, Neil Morrissey Jack Dee, Johnnie Casson, Peter Andre

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview
· Two Sleepy People (with Des O'Connor)

Other Information: Twiggy speaks about her new film Woundings.
 
Transmission: ITV · 1998


Esther 1997
Taking Part: Esther Rantzan, Twiggy Lawson, Vivien Smith, Barry Lategan, Terry O'Neil, John Schlesinger, 

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview

Other Information: Twiggy is the featured subject of this half hour Esther special.
 
Transmission: BBC 2 · May 2nd, 1997


This Morning 1996
Taking Part: Richard Madely, Judy Finnigan, Twiggy Lawson

Other Information: Twiggy was interviewed by Richard and Judy about the release of her new album London Pride - Songs From The London Stage. Twiggy closed the live show with a performance of Once You Lose Your Heart.
 
Transmission: ITV · November 12th, 1996


Stick With Me Kid 1996
Taking Part: Leigh Lawson (Grant Logan), Stephen Greif (Gordon Lundrey), Twiggy Lawson (Squidge)

Other Information: Twiggy was the special guest star in the finale episode of this sitcom made for the Disney Channel. 
 
Transmission: Disney · March 30th, 1996


Showstoppers 1995
Taking Part: Gary Wilmot, Twiggy Lawson, David Essex

Twiggy's Contribution:
Nice Work If You Can Get It · I Can Cook Too (with Gary Wilmot)

Other Information: Twiggy performed Nice Work if You Can Get It from My One And Only -  accompanied by the BBC Concert Orchestra. She then joined Gary Wilmot to duet I Can Cook Too from On The Town.
 
Transmission: BBC 2 · November 7th, 1995


Barrymore 1995
Taking Part: Michael Barrymore, Twiggy Lawson, Gilbert O'Sullivan

Twiggy's Contribution:
Interview · There's Gonna Be A Wedding (with Michael Barrymore)
 
Transmission: BBC 2 · March 5th, 1995

Sophie's World 1995
Taking Part: Twiggy Lawson (Sophie's mother), Jim Parker (Albert Knox), Jessica Marshall-Gardiner (Sophie)

Other Information: Dramatization of the philosophical novel made for the BBC Late Show.
 
Transmission: BBC 2 · January 30th, 1995


Heartbeat - Winter's Tale 1994
Taking Part: Nick Berry (PC Nick Rowan), Niamh Cusak (Dr. Kate Rowan), Bill Maynard (Greengrass), Tricia Penrose (Gina Ward) Twiggy (Lady Janet Whitly)

Other Information: Twiggy made a special guest appearance on the popular Yorkshire based drama playing Lady Janet Whitly.
 
Transmission: ITV · December 25th, 1994


The Clive James Interview 1991
Taking Part: Clive James, Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview 

Other Information: Twiggy was interviewed by video link during the taping of her CBS sitcom Princesses.
 
Transmission: BBC 2 ·
1991


TV AM 1989
Taking Part: Twiggy Lawson, Leigh Lawson, Paul Gambuccini

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview

Other Information: Twiggy and her husband Leigh Lawson were interviewed after the Royal premiere of Madame Sousatzka.
 
Transmission: ITV · March 22nd, 1989


The Royal Film Performance 1989
Taking Part: Shirley MacLaine, Twiggy Lawson, Leigh Lawson, Navin Chowdry, John Schlesinger

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview

Other Information: Twiggy was interviewed at the Royal premiere of Madame Sousatzka. Guests of honour were The Queen Mother, Princess Margaret and Viscount Lindy.
 
Transmission: BBC · March 21st, 1989


Sunday, Sunday 1989
Taking Part: Gloria Hunniford, Twiggy Lawson

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview
 
Transmission: ITV · March 19th, 1989

Evening Standard Film Awards 1989
Taking Part: Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: Presenting Award
 
Transmission: ITV · January 31st, 1989

Aspel & Co 1988
Taking Part: Michael Aspel, Twiggy, Alan Whicker, Stewart Granger

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview 
 
Transmission: ITV · March 26th, 198
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BAFTA Awards 1988
Taking Part: Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: Presenting Awards 
 
Transmission: ITV · 198
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Aspel & Co 1987
Taking Part: Michael Aspel, Twiggy, Harrison Ford, Mel Smith

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview 
 
Transmission: ITV · January 17th, 198
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TV AM 1986
Taking Part: Anne Diamond, Twiggy, Natalie Morse

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview

Other Information: Twiggy was interviewed with her Little Matchgirl co star about the soon to be broadcast musical special.   
 
Transmission: ITV · December 12th, 198
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Wogan 1986
Taking Part: Terry Wogan, Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview

Transmission: BBC 1 · May 26th, 198
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Joan Rivers: Can We Talk? 1986
Taking Part: Joan Rivers, Twiggy, Dame Edna Everage

Twiggy's Contribution:
Diamond · Interview

Transmission: BBC 1 · April, 1986

Des O'Connor Tonight 1985
Taking Part: Des O'Connor, Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: Feel Emotion · Interview · S'Wonderful (with Des O'Connor)

Other Information: Twiggy speaks to Des O'Connor about her recent Broadway triumph and completing her new film Club Paradise.
 
Transmission: ITV · October 8th, 1985


Wogan 1985
Taking Part: Terry Wogan, Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: Feel Emotion · Interview 
 
Transmission: BBC 1 · September 20th, 198
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Aspel & Co 1985
Taking Part: Michael Aspel, Cliff Richard, Bob Carolgees & Spit The Dog, Twiggy, Vicki Brown, Sam Brown (Twiggy's backing singers), Hal Lindes

Twiggy's Contribution:  Interview · I Can't Talk To You 
 
Transmission: ITV · February 2nd, 198
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Royal Variety Performance 1983
Taking Part: Gene Kelly, Bonnie Langford, Grace Kennedy, Gemma Craven, Julia McKenzie, Les Dawson, Twiggy, Tommy Tune, Laurence Olivier

Twiggy's Contribution: S' Wonderful (with Tommy Tune)

Other Information: Twiggy and Tommy Tune were flown over from New York to appear on the Royal Variety Show and returned straight to Broadway, following the appearance. The complete set for the S'Wonderful sequence was especially erected at the London Palladium.
 
Transmission: BBC 1 · December, 1983


Sunday, Sunday 1983
Taking Part: Gloria Hunniford, Twiggy, Tommy Tune

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview
 
Transmission: ITV · November 13th, 1983

Parkinson 1980
Taking Part: Michael Parkinson, Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview

Other Information: Twiggy is interviewed about her recent collaboration in the recording studio with Donna Summer and Juergen Koppers.

Transmission: BBC 1 · 1980


Max With Love 1979
Taking Part: Max Bygraves, Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview · Songs Unknown
 
Transmission: ITV · December 31st, 1979

The Val Doonican Christmas Show 1979
Taking Part: Val Doonican, Twiggy, Roy Castle

Twiggy's Contribution: Sing Me A Song Sweet Music Man · Do You Hear What I Hear / Away In A Manger / Mary's Boy Child  (with Val Doonican and Roy Castle) 
 
Transmission: BBC 1 · December, 1979

Bonkers 1979
Taking Part: Bob Monkhouse, The Hudson Brothers, Twiggy, Rita Moreno

Twiggy's Contribution: Comedy Sketches · Songs Unknown
 
Transmission: ATV · July 14th, 1979

Golden Gala 1978
Taking Part: Petula Clark, Sally Ann Howes, Twiggy, Anne Shelton, Julia McKenzie, Stephanie Lawrence, Anita Harris, Georgia Brown, Joanna Lumley, Elaine Stritch

Twiggy's Contribution: Songs Unknown

Other Information: Twiggy joined a host of female stars in this musical spectacular from the London Palladium to mark the 50th anniversary of Equal Voting Rights For Women. Princess Margaret was the guest of honour.
 
Transmission: ITV · July 9th, 197
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Top Of The Pops 1978
Taking Part: Jimmy Saville, Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: Falling Angel
 
Transmission: BBC 1 · April 27th, 1978

The Val Doonican Music Show 1978
Taking Part: Val Doonican, Twiggy, George Hamilton IV, Coco

Twiggy's Contribution: Falling Angel · I Love (with Val Doonican) 
 
Transmission: BBC 1 · April 15th, 1978

Ronnie Corbett's Thursday Special 1978
Taking Part: Ronnie Corbett, Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: Born A Woman · Dropping Names (with Ronnie Corbett) 
 
Transmission: BBC 1 · April 6th, 1978

Mike Yarwood In Person 1978
Taking Part: Mike Yarwood, Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: Comedy Sketch · You Better Move On 
 
Transmission: BBC 1 · March 11th, 1978

Noel Edmonds Presents Swap Of The Pops 1977
Taking Part: Noel Edmonds, Twiggy, Abba, Bonnie Tyler, The Carvels, Chopin, Chuck Berry, Cliff Richard, Giorgio, Heatwave, Harry Secombe, Leo Sayer, Mozart, Showaddywaddy, Smokie, Status Quo, Tina Charles

Twiggy's Contribution: Songs Unknown 
 
Transmission: BBC 1 · December 24th, 197
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Swap Shop 1977
Taking Part: Noel Edmonds, Twiggy, Virginia Wade, Cliff Richard

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview
 
Transmission: BBC 1 · December 17th, 197
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Bing Crosby's Merrie Olde Christmas 1977
Taking Part: Bing Crosby, Twiggy, David Bowie, Ron Moody, Stanley Baxter, The Crosby Family

Twiggy's Contribution: Where Would You Be Without Me? (with Ron Moody) · Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas (with Bing Crosby) · Sleigh Ride / Jingle Bell Rock / Christmas Is Here (with the Crosby family)

Other Information: Twiggy guest starred in what would prove to be Bing's final Christmas special. The entire special has been released on VHS in the UK.
 
Transmission: ITV · December, 1977


David Essex 1977
Taking Part: David Essex, Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: Send In The Clowns (with David Essex)

Other Information: David and the director came up with the idea of doing Sondhiem's "Send 
in the Clowns" as a duet for Twiggy and David. They were made up as clowns, but it was set backstage after a performance as they were taking off their make-up in front of traditional dressing room mirrors surrounded by lights. Their performances were quite moving as they both played it very straight as two pathetic has-beens. Through the course of the song, in close-up, they literally wipe the artificial smiles off their faces to reveal their true sad expressions of inner 
emptiness. 

I did not want to arrange the song in the conventional way as it was done in "A Little Night Music" or, worse, as it is often done in an overblown manner by cabaret artists with a big orchestra. Instead I arranged the piece with a small ensemble of glockenspiel, celeste, vibraphone, xylophone and marimba to create the sound of a Victorian child's music box. The psychological intent of this was to make the connection between clowns and children's entertainment (the song is about entertainers) and provide a subtext for the listener: David and Twiggy remembering their childhood innocence. For maximum emotional effect, I suggested that they sing the song very gently throughout and avoid the cabaret performer's tendency to go for the big dramatic forte in the 'B' section. The delicate instrumentation helped this and also focused the listener's attention on the frailty of their voices. 

This was the artistic highlight of what turned out to be a very fine series 

- Richard Niles (musical director / arranger)
 
Transmission: ITV · October 4th, 1977


Night Out At The London Casino 1977
Taking Part: Twiggy, Paul Melba, Jim Davidson

Twiggy's Contribution: Woman In Love
· Rings · Angel Of The Morning
 
Transmission: ITV · July 27th, 1977

Top Of The Pops 1977
Taking Part: Noel Edmonds, Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: Woman In Love
 
Transmission: BBC 1 · June 2nd, 1977

The Val Doonican Music Show 1977
Taking Part: Val Doonican, Glen Campbell, Twiggy, Jimmy Webb

Twiggy's Contribution: My Cup Of Tea (with Val Doonican) · Rings · By The Time I Get To Phoenix / Didn't We / The Wichita Lineman / Up, Up And Away  (with Val Doonican and Jimmy Webb) 
 
Transmission: BBC 1 · April 9th, 1977

Supersonic 1977
Taking Part: Twiggy, Mike Mansfield

Twiggy's Contribution: 20/20 Hindsight
 
Transmission: ITV · March 19th, 1977

Russell Harty 1977
Taking Part: Russell Harty, Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: Please Get My Name Right · Interview
 
Transmission: ITV · March 18th, 1977

Supersonic 1977
Taking Part: Twiggy, Mike Mansfield

Twiggy's Contribution: Please Get My Name Right
 
Transmission: ITV · February 12th, 1977

The Daily Mirror Supersonic Pop Club 1976
Taking Part: Twiggy, Marc Bolan, Gary Glitter, Tina Charles, John Miles, Guys'n'Dolls

Twiggy's Contribution: Jolene
 
Transmission: ITV · December 25th, 1976

The Muppet Show 1976
Taking Part: The Muppets, Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: In My Life · The King's Breakfast (with The Muppets) · Nobodies Business But My Own (with The Muppets) 
 
Transmission: ITV · December 19th, 1976

The Basil  Brush Show 1976
Taking Part: Twiggy, Basil Brush

Twiggy's Contribution: Vanilla Olay · I Could Be Happy With You (with Basil Brush)
 
Transmission: BBC 1 · November 13th, 1976

Supersonic 1976
Taking Part: Twiggy, Mike Mansfield

Twiggy's Contribution: Here I Go Again · Vanilla Olay
 
Transmission: ITV · September 25th, 1976

Parkinson 1976
Taking Part: Michael Parkinson, Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: Good For You Too · Interview
 
Transmission: BBC 1 · September 18th, 1976

Top Of The Pops 1976
Taking Part: Jimmy Saville, Twiggy 

Twiggy's Contribution: Here I Go Again
 
Transmission: BBC 1 ·September 9th, 1976

Frontiers Of Science: Victorian Scandals 1976
Taking Part: Twiggy (Florence Cook), Danny Schiller (Harry J. Enken), Herbert Ramskill (Charles Blackburn), Tim Barlow (Captain Elgie Corner), Lewis Fiander (Daniel Dunglass Home), Ronald Hines (William Crookes), Ania Marson (Katie Cook) Lorraine Peters (Crookes' Maid) 

Other Information: Twiggy starred as Florence Cook in this period drama made by Granada.
 
Transmission: ITV · September 3rd, 1976

Top Of The Pops 1976
Taking Part: Dave Lee Travers, Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: Here I Go Again
 
Transmission: BBC 1 ·August 19th, 1976

Top Of The Pops 1976
Taking Part: Jimmy Saville, Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: Here I Go Again
 
Transmission: BBC 1 ·August 6th, 1976

Rollercoaster 1976
Taking Part: Bay City Rollers, Mike Mansfield, Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: You Are My Lucky Star · Reason To Believe · Angie Baby

Other Information: Twiggy was the star guest on the Bay City Rollers special 'Rollercoaster' where she performed songs from her forthcoming Royal Festival Hall concert. This special was later released as a bootleg LP in Japan, under the title Are You Cuckoo?
 
Transmission: ITV · July 31st, 1976


Bring On The Girls 1976
Taking Part: Bruce Forsyth, Twiggy, Lena Zavaroni, Honor Blackman, The Three Degrees

Twiggy's Contribution: Here I Go Again · Comedy Chat
 
Transmission: ITV · July 28th, 1976


Nationwide 1976
Taking Part: Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview

Other Information: Twiggy discusses her forthcoming one woman show at the Royal Festival Hall.
 
Transmission: BBC · July 7th, 1976


Portrait Of...Twiggy 1976
Taking Part: Twiggy, Peter Blake

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview

Other Information: Twiggy was interviewed and painted by artist Peter Blake.
 
Transmission: ITV · 1976


Twiggy 1975
Taking Part: Twiggy, Doctors Of Madness, Albert Hammond, The Irving Davies Dancers, The Ladybirds
Producer: Brian Whitehouse

Twiggy's Contribution: Everything I Own · Toy Trumpet  · Perfect Past (with Doctors Of Madness) · Love Me Or Leave Me · The Lady In Red · Everything I Want To Do (with Albert Hammond) · Sealed With A Kiss

Transmission: BBC 2 · December 17th, 1975


Twiggy 1975
Taking Part: Twiggy, Haz Elliot With Feeling, Michael Whitney, Roger Cook, The Irving Davies Dancers, The Ladybirds
Producer: Brian Whitehouse

Twiggy's Contribution: Bargain Store · The Fantasticks - Soon It's Gonna Rain / Try To Remember (with Michael Whitney)  · Help Me Make It Through The Night (with Haz Elliot With Feeling) · Guess Who I Saw Today? · In The Mood · That's The Way I've Always Heard It Should Be (with Roger Cook) · Ben

Transmission: BBC 2 · December 3rd, 1975


Twiggy 1975
Taking Part: Twiggy, Gary Benson, David Snell, Irving Davies, The Irving Davies Dancers, The Ladybirds
Producer: Brian Whitehouse

Twiggy's Contribution: Hello It's Me · Diamond's Are A Girl's Best Friend  · At Seventeen (with David Snell) · Fool On The Hill · The Continental (with Irving Davies) · Don't Throw It All Away (with Gary Benson) · All Over The World

Transmission: BBC 2 · November 19th, 1975


Twiggy 1975
Taking Part: Twiggy, Linda Lewis, Demis Roussos, The Irving Davies Dancers, The Ladybirds
Producer: Brian Whitehouse

Twiggy's Contribution: I'm Into Something Good · Music Hall Medley - Don't Dilly Dally On The Way / Heaven Will Protect An Honest Girl / Hold Your Hand Out You Naughty Boy / Who Were You With Last Night (with Linda Lewis)  · It Was So Easy · Then He Kissed Me · Losing My Mind

Transmission: BBC 2 · October 29th, 1975


Twiggy 1975
Taking Part: Twiggy, Jeremy Brett, King's Singers, The Irving Davies Dancers, The Ladybirds
Producer: Brian Whitehouse

Twiggy's Contribution: You're No Good · Shaking The Blues Away · The Sound Of Silence (with The King's Singers) · The Same Situation · The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia ·Two Sleepy People (with Jeremy Brett)
 
Transmission: BBC 2 · October 15th, 1975


Twiggy 1975
Taking Part: Twiggy, David Essex, The Pasadena Roof Orchestra, The Irving Davies Dancers, The Ladybirds
Producer: Brian Whitehouse

Twiggy's Contribution: Angel Of The Morning · Brother Sun & Sister Moon · I Feel The Earth Move Under My Feet · Everything Stops For Tea (with The Pasadena Roof Orchestra) · Out In The Cold Again · If I Could (with David Essex) · Send In The Clowns

Other Information: The first episode of Twiggy's second series of variety shows for the BBC.
 
Transmission: BBC 2 · October 1st, 1975


The Likes Of...Twiggy 1975
Taking Part: Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview

Other Information: Twiggy was interviewed about her likes and dislikes in life.

Transmission: BBC 1 · July 14th,  1975

Charles Aznavour Sings For You 1975
Taking Part: Charles Aznavour, Twiggy
Producer: Yvonne Littlewood

Twiggy's Contribution: The 'I Love You' Song · Slowly (with Charles Aznavour)

Other Information: Twiggy was Charles Aznavour's special guest on his own TV special for the BBC. Apart from singing two songs, Twiggy also danced with Aznavour for 'The Old Fashioned Way' and featured in a photo montage for Aznavour's 'She'.
 
Transmission: BBC 1 · April 13th,  1975

British Screen Awards 1975
Taking Part: Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: Presenting An Award

Other Information: Twiggy presented the award for Best Actor
 
Transmission: BBC 1 · 1975

Parkinson 1974
Taking Part: Michael Parkinson, Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: There's Something About You Baby · Interview
 
Transmission: BBC 1 · November 16th, 1974

Show Of The Week - Twiggs 1974
Taking Part: Twiggy, Bryan Ferry, Jimmy Ruffin, Irving Davies Dancers
Producer: Michael Hurll

Twiggy's Contribution: Water Babies · Born A Woman · L'ill Old Wine Drinker Me · Bobby McGee · Put The Blame On Mame · I Take It Back · What A Wonderful World (with Bryan Ferry) · Frank Mills 

Transmission: BBC 2 · November 3rd, 1974

Show Of The Week - Twiggs 1974
Taking Part: Twiggy, David Essex, Georgina Hale, Irving Davies Dancers
Producer: Michael Hurll

Twiggy's Contribution: Water Babies · Single Girl · Jollity Farm · My Boyfriend's Back · Give Us Your Blessing · On And On (with David Essex)
 
Transmission: BBC 2 · October 3rd, 1974

Show Of The Week - Twiggs 1974
Taking Part: Twiggy, Sheila White, Danny La Rue, Irving Davies Dancers
Producer: Michael Hurll

Twiggy's Contribution: Water Babies · Ten Cents A Dance · Puttin' On The Ritz / Steppin Out With My Baby / Top Hat · Cheek To Cheek (with Danny La Rue) · Me And My Boyfriend (with Sheila White) · Little Girls From Little Rock (with Danny La Rue) · For Free
 
Transmission: BBC 2 · September 26th, 1974

Show Of The Week - Twiggs 1974
Taking Part: Twiggy, Paul Jones, Tim Hardin, Irving Davies Dancers
Producer: Michael Hurll

Twiggy's Contribution: Water Babies · We Saw The Sea · Latin From Manhattan · Lady Came From Baltimore (with Tim Hardin) · Kelly · Gotta Dance, Gotta Sing (with Paul Jones) · A Fine Romance (with Paul Jones) · Hang On To A Dream

Other Information: The first episode of Twiggy's first variety series for the BBC 'Twiggs'. Despite being intended as a six part series, only four episodes were taped due to strike action.
 
Transmission: BBC 2 · September 19th, 1974

Personal Choice 1974
Taking Part: Michael Barratt, Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview

Other Information: Michael Barratt interviews Twiggy on her life as a model and her recent work in films 'The Boy Friend' and 'W'.
 
Transmission: BBC 1 · August 2nd, 1974

Cilla 1974
Taking Part: Cilla Black, Bernard Cribbins, Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: Music! Music! Music! (with Cilla Black) · Let Yourself Go / I'm Putting All My Eggs In One Basket · Let's Make A Foursome (with Cilla Black and Bernard Cribbins)

Other Information: Twiggy made her live singing debut on Cilla Black's variety show. Twiggy's guest appearance opened the fourth season of Cilla's series and led to Twiggy being offered her own set of shows for the BBC.
 
Transmission: BBC 1 · January 5th, 1974

This Is Your Life 1969
Taking Part: Twiggy, Justin De Villeneuve, Norman Hornby, Nell Hornby, Leonard, Mr. Singer,

Other Information: At the age of 20, Twiggy was the youngest subject to be featured on This Is Your Life. The programme concluded by broadcasting the recently filmed 'Diet Rite Cola' commercial.
 
Transmission: ITV · December 30th, 1969

24 Hours 1969
Taking Part: Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview

Other Information: Twiggy is interviewed about the current Paris shows.
 
Transmission: BBC 1 · January 31st, 1969


Twiggy 1967
Taking Part: Twiggy, Justin De Villeneuve, Nell Hornby

Other Information: A half hour documentary made by Granada about Twiggy's life. Filmed at home in Neasden with her family.
 
Transmission: ITV · 1967

Juke Box Jury 1967
Taking Part: Twiggy, Justin De Villeneuve

Other Information: Twiggy was a member of the judging panel on the popular music review programme.
 
Transmission: BBC 1 · December 6th, 1967

24 Hours 1967
Taking Part: Twiggy

Twiggy's Contribution: Interview
 
Transmission: BBC 1 · November 13th, 1967


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