5:00-5:29pm. BBC's "Side By Side" broadcast (recorded April 1, 1963).
Please Please Me
LP, 60th week in the Top 10 (UK New Musical Express).
With The Beatles
, 25th week in the Top 30 (UK New Musical Express).
"Can't Buy Me Love", 8th week in the Top 30 (UK New Musical Express).
Argentina single release: "Michelle"/"Nowhere Man" (Odeon POPS DTOA 8162).
"Penny Lane" number 1, 2nd and last (German Media Control Top 100).
"Penny Lane"/"Strawberry Fields Forever" number 34 (Dutch Top 40).
Psychiatrist John Flood writes that the main Brian's symptomms are insomnia, depression and excessive irritability.
John and Paul give a series of interviews to help launch Apple Corps in the US.
On a front-page article of the "Financial Times", ATV announces it lacks less than 150,000 shares to have the 47% of Northern Songs.
EMI House. 6pm. Photographic session with Angus McBean for the Get Back
World premiere of "Let It Be" in New York.
"Back Off Boogaloo" number 27 (Dutch Top 40).
In the US, John and Yoko appear in Washington Square at a benefit concert held in the Methodist Church.
Paul and Wings perform at Cardiff Capitol.
"That'll Be The Day" has its general premiere in the UK. Prior to the release, Paul revokes his verbal agreement between him and the producers, from using Buddy Holly songs on the soundtrack.
Band On The Run
number 1, 6th week (Australia Kent Music Report).
UK ablum release: Roger Daltrey's One Of The Boys
, which Paul wrote the track "Giddy".
At the Baynard Gallery, the exhibition of Linda's photograghs continues.
Original 24-track tape of "As Far As We Can Go" is sent to Joe Walsh at Santa Barbara Sound studio, Santa Barbara, USA.
Australian LP release: 23 The Number Ones
(Parlophone PLAY 1024).
Australian EP release: "Number Ones" (Parlophone A980).
The "Art Of The Beatles" Exhibition, portraying 30 years of the group in the form of cartoons, paintings, photographs, album covers, lithographs and sculptures, continues.
In a small ceremony at Lime Street station in Liverpool, British Rail unveils a new Pullman locomotive, christened "John Lennon".
Paul is interviewed on the French television show "Champs Elysées". He talks about his sheep, his first trip to Paris and his promo film for "My Brave Face".
In the UK, Granada Television broadcasts a recently produced drama documentary entitled "Stuart Sutcliffe - Midnight Angel".
Paul and Ringo are videotaped working on the song "Beautiful Night".
Ringo's concert at Eagles Ballroom, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Paul's documentary "The World Tonight" premieres at a press launch at BAFTA in London's Piccadilly. Paul does not attend.
Paul's art exhibition at the Kunstforum Lyz in Hamburg with 75 of his 500 private paintings.