Following their third appearance at the New Musical Express Poll-Winners’ All-Star Concert, The Beatles were driven from Wembley to ABC’s Teddington studios to film an appearance on The Eamonn Andrews Show.
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The Beatles topped the bill at the 1964-65 New Musical Express Annual Poll-Winners’ All-Star Concert. It was the third consecutive year they appeared at the event, held at the Empire Pool in Wembley, London.
The Beatles filmed an appearance for the BBC television show Top Of The Pops on this day at Riverside Studios in London. They performed two songs: Ticket To Ride and Yes It Is.
The Beatles had first appeared on the ABC TV show Thank Your Lucky Stars on 13 January 1963. On this day, however, they made their final performance.
Following the sequence filmed nine days previously on Wimbledon Common, John Lennon joined Dudley Moore and Norman Rossington for an appearance on Not Only… But Also.
The Beatles recorded their third and final performance for pop music show Ready, Steady, Go! on this day at Wembley Studios in London.
Early in the morning John Lennon filmed part of a sequence for Dudley Moore’s forthcoming TV show Not Only… But Also.
The Beatles recorded an appearance for the BBC’s pop music television show Top Of The Pops on this day, at the Riverside Studios in Hammersmith, London.
The Beatles rehearsed and recorded their seventh contribution to the television show Thank Your Lucky Stars at Teddington Studios on this day. It was screened on ITV the following Saturday, 21 November 1964, from 5.50pm.
Prior to their evening concerts at the ABC Cinema, The Beatles recorded an appearance for the Granada television programme Scene At 6.30.
Following rehearsals on the previous day, The Beatles recorded an appearance for a British edition of US music TV show Shindig! at the Granville Studio in London.
The Beatles had been booked to record an appearance on the influential US television show Shindig!. The group had recently returned from their first US tour, so producer Jack Good flew to the UK to make an all-British special edition.
Ringo Starr appeared on a judging panel for the final of the National Beat Group Competition on this day at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London.
George Harrison and Ringo Starr both recorded separate appearances for the BBC television show Juke Box Jury on this day at London’s Television Centre.
The Beatles made an appearance on the live ABC Television show Blackpool Night Out, the summer edition of Big Night Out. It was broadcast throughout the ITV network from 8.25-9.25pm.
The Beatles made a live appearance on the summer version of Thank Your Lucky Stars on this day. The edition of Summer Spin was filmed at Teddington Studio Centre in Middlesex, England.
From 2-5pm The Beatles recorded an appearance for the BBC television show Top Of The Pops, at Lime Grove Studios in London.
Following the previous day’s concerts in Copenhagen, Denmark, The Beatles flew to Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam, Netherlands, arriving at 1pm.
The Beatles recorded the television special Around The Beatles between 9pm and 10.15pm, at Studio 5AB at Rediffusion’s Wembley Studios, London.
A full dress rehearsal was held on this day for the ITV television show Around The Beatles, which was filmed on the following day by the production company Rediffusion.