The start of this year has been about fits and starts on the show, everything coming round plenty of times. That's the case with much of this second, Savile-fronted lost show of 1977.
Showaddywaddy – When
This, for example, is on twice more. No continuity jokes with suits or drums this time, though.
Mr Big – Romeo
And this video with its classily of its time visual effects has been on before.
Maxine Nightingale – Love Hit Me
Once more in the studio, plus once danced to by Legs & Co for the Northern Soul tail-ender from the singer most famous for Right Back Where We Started From.
Boz Scaggs – What Can I Say
SNL, Jeff Porcaro, I think we're across this video clip by now.
Cliff Richard – My Kinda Life
It's Cliff. Of course he's on again.
Manhattan Transfer – Chanson D'Amour
Another video - a lot of them around this point, aren't there? - and it's about to have a number one run so it need not concern us quite yet.
David Bowie – Sound And Vision
So that's one performance in the entire show which isn't replicated and it's the most intriguing of the lot. That's largely because it's a Legs & Co routine, and we know what happened last time Flick was given Bowie to work with.
Abba – Knowing Me Knowing You
...nope, still only on tape, and this is a future number one too.
Bonnie Tyler – More Than A Lover
Yes, she's still to come back as well, starting to become huskier and more AOR anthemic with it.
Leo Sayer – When I Need You
Get your hands out of your pockets, young man. Last week at number one, and he'll have another single on the show's radar before April is out.