Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Ted Ray, a seasoned veteran of London stage shows, music halls, and radio, was the front man for this live BBC TV series bearing his name in the title. In addition to the star, The Ted Ray Show was benefited by an excellent writing staff, including comic actor John Junkin and future Doctor Who contributor Terry Nation. Barry Lupino, scion of a venerable British performing family, served as producer, while among the supporting players was comedian Kenneth Connor. The 28 hour-long episodes of The Ted Ray Show were telecast by the BBC from 1955 to 1959.