Following their performance in Sheffield as part of the Helen Shapiro tour, The Beatles travelled to Didsbury Studio Centre in Manchester for a live appearance on ABC TV’s show ABC At Large.
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The Beatles made their second appearance on ABC Television’s hugely popular music show Thank Your Lucky Stars on this day.
The Beatles appeared on two programmes in Manchester on this day. The first was for the Granada Television show People And Places.
The Beatles made their most important television appearance to date, with a place on the bill for the popular show Thank Your Lucky Stars.
Although The Beatles had concluded their five-date tour of Scotland, they remained in the country to record an appearance on the children’s television show Roundup.
The Beatles had appeared on the Granada Television show People And Places on two previous occasions, on 17 and 29 October 1962. This was their third appearance.
The Beatles appeared on the children’s television show Tuesday Rendezvous on this day. It was the first time they appeared on television in the London area.
The Beatles travelled to Bristol on this day for an appearance on the ITV television show Discs A Gogo.
This 10-minute lunchtime performance was an audition before a panel of BBC television producers to assess The Beatles’ talents as a group.
Twelve days after their debut television appearance on the People And Places show, The Beatles returned to Granada TV Centre in Manchester to film a second performance.
The Beatles made their debut on television on this day, with an appearance in Manchester on the local programme People And Places.
The Beatles’ 126th lunchtime performance at the Cavern Club on Mathew Street, Liverpool took place on this day. It was also the first time that television cameras filmed them performing.