An Oxford graduate, Jack Good was one of the first people in Britain to realise that Rock & Roll was more than a passing fad and probably understood more about presenting rock on TV than any other man alive at the time.
He produced the best TV music shows of the 1950s – Six-Five Special for the BBC and Oh Boy! for ITV (which effectively killed-off Six-Five Special). Then he bettered them both with Ready, Steady, Go! in the 1960s.