This was a film designed to represent to British pop scene as well as to cash in on the popularity of the TV show with the same name. The very flimsy story line, revolves around two young women setting out for London's bright lights because one of them is seeking a career in pop music. However, the idea that these two young girls should meet a galaxy of singers on a railway train is unbelievable and cheesy to say the least! Most of the songs are garbage, as are several of the artists, some of whom mercifully had a very short time on stage or screen. Lonnie Donegan stands out as the one decent performer. Petula Clarke is seen singing 'baby love' a fairly average song, but she would go on to make much better recordings. Some of the artists featured were essentially jazz performers, which is curious because at the time of the film's release, rock n roll had largely supplanted jazz as the teenager's choice of music. Forget this film, it's best left as a museum pice!