"I Want To Hold Your Hand" number 1, 2nd week (UK Record Retailer).
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number 1 (UK Record Retailer).
"I Feel Fine" number 1 (US Cashbox).
"I Feel Fine"/"She's A Woman" number 1, 2nd week (Australia Kent Music Report).
Shepperton Film Studios. First bunch of Brian tele-recordings for "Hullaballoo", interviewing and presenting Gerry and the Pacemakers, Marianne Faithfull, Freddie and the Dreamers, Andrew Oldham, Herman's Hermits, and Cliff Bennett and the Rebel Rousers. In a chat about the next Beatles' film, he speaks with Richard Lester.
"Day Tripper" number 1 (Irish Singles Chart).
Shaftesbury Theatre, London. Special preview performance of the musical "Twang!" Paul attends.
British newspaper "Daily Sketch" publishes picture of the Tara Browne crash.
The 7th "Christmas Record" is sent to the members of the Fan Club.
John and Yoko meet Marshall McLuhan at the University of Toronto, speaking with him for 45 minutes.
"My Sweet Lord"/"Isn't It A Pity" number 1 (US Cashbox).
"My Sweet Lord" number 3 (Dutch Top 40).
"Isn't It A Pity" number 1 (Canadian RPM Magazine).
"No Matter What" number 36 (Dutch Top 40).
At the Kolnischer Kunstverein in Cologne, West Germany, the exhibition of Yoko's work "Happening And Fluxus" is shown.
In New York, auditions are held in a top floor loft in a derelict building on the Bowery. John and Yoko audition several actress for their new film "Fly".
In the UK, Paul and Wings appear live on the ITV network show "Lift Off With Ayshea". They perform the song "Helen Wheels".
George performs in concert at Madison Square Garden, New York, New York ("North American Tour").
Attending tonight's concert are Paul and Linda, in heavy disguise, Julian and Ringo's manager Hilary Gerrard.
In the UK, the BBC1 program "Top Of The Pops" premieres Ringo's promo video for the song "Only You".
At the Alexandra Palace in North London, the first British Beatles convention ends. Highlights of the weekend event include the auction of George's suit worn on the Salisbury Plains in "Help!", which sold for £200, an exhibition of Stuart Sutcliffe's paintings for sell, a quiz, a sound-alike competition and four life-size effigies of the Beatles.
"Mull Of Kintyre" number 1, 2nd week (Australia Kent Music Report).
In Los Angeles, an exhibition of Linda's photographs is on display at the Jan Baum and Iris Silverman Gallery.
In the "Sunday Mirror", Yoko publicly replies to allegations about her and John written in John Green's book "Dakota Days".
UK album release: Heartplay: Unfinished Dialogue
(Polydor 817 238-1), featuring excerpts from John's "Playboy" interview.
London's Wavelength's "BBC Rock Hour" broadcasts a pre-recorded interview with Paul, conducted by Sarah Ward of WMMS Cleveland, Ohio.
Ringo records the narration for 26 more episodes of "Thomas The Tank Engine And Friends".
In Los Angeles, the Linda exhibition "Photographs" is displayed at the Molly Barnes Gallery.
In London's Court of Appeals, Ringo's claim that backdated payments to Maureen should begin in April 1986, not backdated from 1979, is upheld.
The "Beatle City" exhibition runs at the West End marketplace in Dallas, Texas.
At AIR Studios in London, Paul works on new songs with George Martin for the "Rupert The Bear" movie.
At Claridges Hotel in London, Paul receives a Unique Achievement Award from the Performing Rights Society.
In the US, Paul's "Put It There" documentary is released on home video and laser disc.
In the US, the Disney Channel airs its "Eight Days A Week Tribute To The Beatles".
At the Museum of Modern Art in Oxford, Yoko's art exhibition "Have You Seen The Horizon Lately" is on display.
In Washington, D.C., an exhibition of Beatles photographs taken by Harry Benson is on display at the Govinda Gallery.
In Tampa, Florida, the exhibition of Linda's pictures entitled "Sixties" is on display at the Tampa Museum of Art.