Today in Beatles History 17th

Today in Beatles History

December 17


Transmision of a performance for Granada TV’s ‘People And Places’.


Being an hour early for today’s BBC session, the Beatles buy clothes at Simpson’s, 203 Piccadilly, London. [18 December?]

The Playhouse Theatre, London. 3.00-6.30pm. Recording for BBC’s ‘Saturday Club’: ‘All I Want For Christmas’; ‘All My Loving’; ‘This Boy’; ‘I Want To Hold Your Hand’; ‘Till There Was You’; ‘Roll Over Beethoven’; ‘She Loves You’; ‘Crimble Medley’.
Christmas special edition.


Granada TV transmits ‘The Music Of Lennon And McCartney’ for all England.

Brian and Derek Taylor fly to New York to arrange a promotional visit for the Silkie. The Moody Blues fly too.

The 3rd ‘Christmas Record’ is sent to the members of the Fan Club.


”Yesterday’… And Today’, 26th week in the Top 200 (Billboard).

Newspapers report that Brian has just been to Paris. One speculates he was ‘signing up De Gaulle’.

Tara Browne and Suki Poitier spend the evening watching television at a friend’s house in Earl Court.

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