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1963, October 4
Associated-Rediffusion's studios at Television House, London, to record their first appearance on Ready, Steady, Go! They mimed 'Twist And Shout', 'I'll Get You' and 'She Loves You' live and were interviewed by Keith Fordyce and Dusty Springfield.
1964, March 20
Filming at Twickenham.
Ringo was interviewed on the set by Peter Nobel for the BBC radio programme Movie-Go-Round.
In the late afternoon they drove to the London headquarters of Associated Rediffusion and appeared live on Ready, Steady, Go! miming to 'It Won't Be Long', You Can't Do That' and 'Can't Buy Me Love'. They were interviewed by Cathy McGowan and took part in sketches.
George took Hayley Mills to the midnight charity showing of Charade at the Regal Cinema in Henley-on-Thames.
The single 'Can't Buy Me Love'/'You Can't Do That' was released in the UK as Parlophone R 5114.
1964, November 23
Wembley studios. An appearance on Ready Steady Go! to promote their new record. They mimed to 'I Feel Fine', 'She's A Woman', 'Baby's In Black' and 'Kansas City'/'Hey, Hey, Hey, Hey'. They also chatted on camera with presenter Keith Fordyce.
The single 'I Feel Fine'/'She's A Woman' was released in the US as Capitol 5327.
The album The Beatles' Story was released in the US as Capitol STBO 2222 (a 48-minute documentary double album containing one live cut from The Beatles, recorded August 23,1964, at the Hollywood Bowl). Side A: 'On Stage With The Beatles', 'How Beatlemania Began', 'Beatlemania In Action', 'The Man Behind The Beatles -Brian Epstein', 'John Lennon', 'Who's A Millionaire?'; Side B: 'Beatles Will Be Beatles', 'Man Behind The Music - George Martin', 'George Harrison'; Side C: 'A Hard Day's Night - Their First Movie', 'Paul McCartney', 'Sneaky Haircuts And More About Paul'; Side D: 'Twist And Shout' (live), 'The Beatles Look At Life', 'Victims of Beatlemania', 'Beatle Medley', 'Ringo Starr', 'Liverpool And All The World!'.
Despite the blatantly exploitative nature of this 'official' release, The Beatles' Story still sold well enough to reach the US Top Ten.
1964, November 27
The single 'I Feel Fine'/'She's A Woman' was released in the UK as Parlophone R 5200.
The Beatles' final appearance on Ready Steady Go! was shown by Rediffusion.
George and John were interviewed live by Cathy McGowan on Ready, Steady, Go! at the Rediffusion Television Studios in Wembley.
1965, May 19
Abbey Road. Beginning at 10am The Beatles taped promotional clips of 'Paperback Writer' and 'Rain' in both colour and black and white for television stations around the world. Director Michael Lindsay-Hogg had worked with them before at Ready Steady Go! and they were to use him again in the future.
They had lunch at the Genevieve restaurant on Thayer Street, near EMI, and taped more film in the afternoon. That evening Alan Civil recorded his celebrated French horn solo on 'For No One'.
1965, July 15
A film of Paul receiving the Ivor Novello Awards on the 13th was shown on Rediffusion Television's Pick Of The Songs, illustrated by clips of the various winners playing Ready Steady Go!