‘Vision On’ was a British children’s television programme, shown on BBC1 from 1964 to 1976 and designed specifically for children with hearing impairment. One of its most popular features was ‘The Gallery’, where children were encouraged to send in their artwork. This would then be displayed on screen. As the camera panned across the art works, there was a short theme tune played, for the benefit of those viewers who could hear it.
Having been plagued with songs and tunes in my head of late, I thought I had escaped that when the most recent one went away.
But no. Now I have this, the theme from ‘The Gallery’.
If anyone is remotely interested, it is called ‘Left Bank Two’, and was recorded by The Noveltones in 1964.