In 1996, BBC viewers were introduced to the Portuguese romantic singing sensation, Tony Ferrino (winner of Denmark's coveted Golden Throat award on a record two occasions). They would rarely look back. Often described as "the classiest man since Peter Stringfellow", the former Eurovision star Tony Ferrino presents a music and dance spectacular in which he banters with a bevy of beauties and duets with some of the biggest names in show business. At the time. Among the fabulous numbers are Short-Term Affair (with Kim Wilde), Fishing For Girls (with Gary Wilmot) and Help Yourself (with Mick Hucknall) as well as Silence Of The Lambs (from the never-to-be-performed musical) and the classic, Bigamy At Christmas.