John Lennon recorded an interview for the BBC Home Service programme The World Of Books on this day at the offices of NEMS Enterprises at Argyll Street, London.
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Just over three years since their first appearance on BBC radio, The Beatles recorded their final musical appearance on this day.
After completing the slow-motion scene in Help! at Twickenham Film Studios in the morning, The Beatles remained on site to take part in a live radio interview for the BBC show Pop Inn.
Brian Epstein's appearance on the long-running BBC radio series Desert Island Discs was first broadcast on this day.
This was The Beatles' 10th and final session recorded for the BBC radio's Satuday Club, although they gave subsequent interviews to the show until 1966.
Following a four-month gap spent touring and recording, The Beatles returned to the BBC on this day to record a session for the music radio programme Top Gear.
On this evening Brian Epstein held a party at his home at Flat 15, Whaddon House, William Mews, London. Each of The Beatles attended, as did Judy Garland, Cilla Black, Lionel Bart and members of The Rolling Stones.
The Beatles visited the BBC's Paris Studio in London on this day to record a fourth appearance on the From Us To You show.
The Beatles made an appearance on the first edition of the BBC radio show Top Gear, a weekly late-night pop music programme, on this day.
Recording for the third edition of The Beatles' BBC radio show From Us To You took place on this day at the BBC Paris Studio in London between 6.30 and 9.30pm.
Following their day's filming at the Scala Theatre in London, The Beatles recorded a session for the BBC radio show Saturday Club at the Playhouse Theatre.
A second day of filming corridor scenes at Twickenham Film Studios for A Hard Day's Night.
The Beatles filmed parts of A Hard Day's Night at Twickenham Film Studios in the morning and afternoon, and in between visited London's Dorchester Hotel to attend a Variety Club awards dinner.
During breaks in filming A Hard Day's Night at Twickenham Film Studios, The Beatles recorded a number of contributions to the BBC radio programme The Public Ear.
The Beatles had recorded a BBC radio bank holiday special, From Us To You, on 18 December 1963, which was broadcast on Boxing Day. The show's success ensured a follow-up, recorded on this day in Studio One at the BBC's Piccadilly Studios in London.
While The Beatles were enjoying their first full day in America, back in the UK the BBC broadcast interviews and reports on the popular radio show Saturday Club, presented by Brian Matthew.
The usual two performances at the Olympia, topping a bill that also featured Trini Lopez and Sylvie Vartan. This was the ninth date of The Beatles' Parisian residency.
In addition to their two shows at the Olympia that evening, The Beatles recorded an interview at the Paris studio of the American Forces Network (AFN) radio service, which was broadcast the following day. The interviewer was Harold Kelley.
Unusually, The Beatles played three sets at Paris' Olympia Theatre on this day. They normally performed two shows each evening during their concert residency, which began on 16 January 1964 and ended on 4 February.
Prior to their evening performances for The Beatles' Christmas Show, The Beatles recorded a music session for the BBC radio show Saturday Club.