The members of the Beatles Fans Club receive the first Christmas record.
Premiere of the film 'Ferry Cross The Mersey', at the New Victoria Cinema, London.
UK EP release: 'The Beatles' Million Sellers'. US single release: 'We Can Work It Out'/ 'Day Tripper'. US LP release: 'Rubber Soul'.
Epstein presents the D'Oyly Carte Opera on Gilbert and Sullivan season, at the Saville Theatre.
Studio 2. 6.45pm-1.50am. Recording: 'Christmas Messages For Radio London' (takes 1, 2); 'Christmas Messages For Radio Caroline' (takes 1, 2); 'When I'm Sixty-Four' (takes 1, 2). Producer: George Martin; Engineer: Geoff Emerick; 2nd Engineer: Phil McDonald. First session for 'Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' LP.
'Hello, Goodbye' number 1 (UK Record Retailer chart). 'Hello, Goodbye' number 1, 1st week (UK New Musical Express chart).
US Gold certification: 'The Beatles'.
UK LP release: 'Under The Jasmine Tree', with the Modern Jazz Quartet.
Ringo's appearance on the 'David Frost Show'.
'Cold Turkey', 6th and last week in the Top 28 (Billboard). [?]
John is mixing 'Walking On Thin Ice'.
John and Yoko interview with Andy Peebles for BBC Radio One's 'The Lennon Tapes'.
Ringo becomes a spokeman for a wine cooler. The first Beatle to push a product.
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