Song stylist Lena Horne offers a one-woman show. Lena's husband, composer-arranger Lennie Hayton, conducts the orchestra for this show filmed in London.
"Hello Young Lovers," "Wives and Lovers," "Softly as I Leave You," I've Found a New Baby."
Lena in session sings, "It's Not Unusual," "Never on Sunday," "Wouldn't it Be Loverly" and "Singin' in the Rain."
We hear a medley of tunes including, "London Pride," "Autumn in New York," "I Love Paris" and "Summertime in Venice."
In between songs Lena relates to her audience personal memories and anecdotes.
Other songs include: "Days of Wine and Roses," "It happened in Monterey," "Some Day my Prince will Come," "You Came a Long Way From St. Louis," and "I Left my Heart in San Francisco."
Broadcast one time only on WNEW TV New York on Thursday night, September 1, 1966, 10:00pm - 11:00pm. Produced in London.