The Beatles topped the bill on their fifth appearance on ABC Television’s Thank Your Lucky Stars, recorded at the Alpha Television Studios in Birmingham, England.
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This was The Beatles’ third appearance on this Granada Television show. They mimed to She Loves You at Manchster’s Granada Television Centre.
Although The Beatles’ popularity had been growing steadily and to increasingly frantic heights throughout 1963, their appearance at the London Palladium on Sunday 13 October catapulted into the attentions of the mainstream media, who coined the term ‘Beatlemania’ to describe the scenes of screaming fans.
The Beatles performed three songs during their first of three appearances on Ready, Steady, Go!
The Beatles visited Didsbury Studio Centre in Manchester on this day to record an appearance on ABC Television’s Big Night Out.
This was the fourth and final day in which The Beatles were filmed by BBC producer Don Haworth for the documentary The Mersey Sound.
For the third day of filming for Don Haworth’s BBC documentary The Mersey Sound, The Beatles were filmed in their home city Liverpool.
The Beatles were filmed for a second day for the BBC documentary The Mersey Beat, produced by Don Haworth.
The Beatles were in Southport for a series of six nights at the Odeon Cinema when they also took part in The Mersey Beat, a documentary made by Manchester-based BBC producer Don Haworth.
On the day that the front cover photograph for their second album With The Beatles was taken by Robert Freeman, the group recorded an appearance on the TV show Day By Day.
The day after their final concert in Llandudno, north Wales, The Beatles drove to the Alpha (ATV) Studios in Birmingham for an appearance on Summer Spin, the summer version of Thank Your Lucky Stars.
The Beatles drove from Liverpool to Granada TV Centre in Manchester to record two performances for the Scene At 6.30 show, a current affairs magazine show broadcast to England’s northern ITV region.
The Beatles headlined a special edition of Summer Spin – the summer title of Thank Your Lucky Stars – dedicated to Mersey Beat groups. It was recorded at Alpha TV Studios in Birmingham.
John Lennon appeared without the other Beatles on an edition of the BBC television show Juke Box Jury, recorded on this day and transmitted the following Saturday at 6.35pm.
The Beatles made their second appearance on national BBC television, on the children’s show Pops And Lenny.
The Beatles topped the bill on the ABC Television programme Thank Your Lucky Stars on this day. It was filmed at the Alpha Television Studios in Birmingham, England.
The Beatles mimed to From Me To You on the live television programme Scene At 6.30, broadcast in the north of England.
This was The Beatles’ third appearance on the ABC Television show Thank Your Lucky Stars. It was shown in most areas covered by the ITV network on Saturday 20 April 1963 from 5.50pm.
Although they had by this time made 11 appearances on regional and independent television programmes in Britain, this was The Beatles’ debut on the BBC, giving them a nationwide audience for the first time.
Following their appearance on the BBC radio show Pop Inn, The Beatles went to Wembley Studios for a booking on the children’s television programme Tuesday Rendezvous.