Personally presented by Cliff Richard this is the most definitive programme yet, showcasing the highlights in his spectacular career since the very beginning.
Acclaimed as one of the most popular and enduring talents in the history of show business, Cliff now selects his very own choice of remarkable memories.
The story begins at the end of the fifties when sudden fame struck for Cliff, it was 1958 and the Rock 'n' Roll single 'Move It' was released and became an instant hit. This nostalgic performance and many more can be seen accompanied by intimate insights from Cliff himself.
For the enjoyment and pure pleasure of all his fans a selection of previously unreleased footage has been sourced including his impromptu performance at Wimbledon, the Eurovision song entry for 1968 and an unmissable duet with Sarah Brightman.
My Pretty One, I Just Don't Have the Heart, Lean On You, Peace in Our Time, Human Work Of Art, Healing Love, Can't Keep This Feeling In, Had To Be (with Olivia Newton John), All I Ask Of You ( with Sarah Brightman), From a Distance.
Wired for Sound, A Little in Love, We Don't Talk Anymore, Mistletoe and Wine, Saviour's Day, The Millennium Prayer, Some People, Daddy's Home, Miss You Nights, Devil Woman, Ocean Deep.
The Young Ones, Summer Holiday and Wonderful Life.
A Misunderstood Man, When You Thought Of Me.
From the Archive:
Batchelor Boy ( at Wimbledon), Move It, Congratulations (The Cilla Black Show '68).