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1969

New Seekers Marty Kristian, Eve Graham, Sally Graham, Chris Barrington and Laurie Heath.

August 1, 1969 Bournemouth Pavilion The first television appearance on The Frankie Howerd Show.

1970

The New Seekers gain their early experience with a trip to Australia and club dates in Germany and the north of England. In April and May they appear at the Savoy Hotel in London and play a season at the London Palladium supporting Max Bygraves (1st-30th May).

Sally Graham, Chris Barrington and Laurie Heath, all leave the New Seekers. Lyn Paul, Paul Layton and Peter Doyle join. June 19, 1970 begin a twelve-week Summer Season at the ABC, Great Yarmouth as principal supporting attraction to Herman's Hermits in Holiday Startime. This is followed by three weeks of cabaret dates in the north of England plus a week in Wales.

July 30, 1970 "Top Of The Pops" performing "What Have They Done To My Song, Ma" (first totp performance) 20th September, Batley Variety Club

28th September, Talk of the North, Manchester

5th October, Tito's, Cardiff

12th October, Stockton Fiesta

October 25, 1970 "Ed Sullivan Show" US TV performing "What Have They Done To My Song, Ma" (other guests include the Brazilian singer Astrud Gilberto and the sitarist Ravi Shankar)

December 9, 1970 "Lift Off" UK Granada TV performing "When There's No Love Left"

December 13, 1970 "Ed Sullivan Show" US TV performing "Medley: What Have They Done To My Song, Ma, Your Song, Baby Face & Beautiful People" (other guests include the singer Bobby Sherman, the opera baritone Robert Merrill and the impressionist Marilyn Michaels)

1971

In January the New Seekers make their first appearance on the It's Cliff Richard show (BBC1, Saturday, 16th January, 6.15pm). This is followed by an appearance with Vera Lynn on Show Of The Week (BBC2, Thursday, 11th February, 9.20pm).

From February to April the New Seekers consolidate their success in America by undertaking a full scale concert and cabaret tour of the United States. The group travels to Florida, Iowa, Illinois and Mississippi and performs at notable venues such as the Marco Polo Lounge in Miami, The Troubadour in Los Angeles and The Bitter End in New York.

February, 5, 1971 Kent State University Memorial Gym, Kent, OH (supporting Al Kooper) February, 6, 1971 The School of Textile & Design, Philadelphia, PA February, 11-13, 1971 Toronto, ON (CBS TV show) February, 14, 1971 University of Evansville, Evansville, IN February, 20, 1971 Mercer University, Macon, GA February, 22-28, 1971 The Marco Polo Lounge, Miami Beach, FL March 5-14, 1971 Bitter End, New York City, NY March, 19-28, 1971 Bitter End West, Los Angeles, CA April, 2, 1971 Masonic Temple, Davenport, IA April, 3, 1971 Danville Jr. College, Danville, IL

The New Seekers return to the UK for a series of cabaret dates beginning with a week of shows (from Monday, 12th April) at Manchester's Golden Garter. This is followed by appearances at the Sunderland Empire (the week commencing 10th May) and the Talk of the North (the week commencing 17th May).

May 10-16, 1971 Empire Theatre, Sunderland, ENG (supported by Pat Hutton and Gloria, Ray Fell, and Ireland's Eurovision winner, Dana)

The group makes a guest appearance on The Leslie Crowther Show (Thames Television, Thursday, 8th April). The other guests include Jimmy Edwards and Anita Harris. Meanwhile, on the 'other side' the BBC broadcasts the New Seekers' guest appearance on The Andy Williams Show (BBC 1, Monday, 26th April, 7.15pm). The show, which also features appearances by Bobbie Gentry and Tommy Roe, had been recorded in Los Angeles the previous Autumn and was screened in the USA on 9th January..

May 29, 1971 Royal Festival Hall, London, ENG (2 shows 6.15 & 9.00 supporting Neil Diamond)

May 30, 1971 London Palladium, London, ENG (2 shows, supported by Christine Holmes, Glen Weston, Mike Yarwood and the Mixtures)

Meanwhile, back in the USA, the New Seekers appear on a special edition of The Ed Sullivan Show hosted by Jack Jones (CBS, Sunday, 30th May, 8.00pm - 9.00pm) The New Seekers sing three songs - What Have They Done To My Song , Ma, Nickel Song and the title track from the group's new album Beautiful People.

June 15, 1971 Granada, Tooting, ENG (supporting Joe Frazier)

As a consequence of their chart success the New Seekers become regulars on the UK's favourite pop show, Top Of The Pops. Never Ending Song Of Love is featured on the show on 15th and 29th July and on 5th and 19th August, as well as on the year-end chart show on 27th December. During the Summer months the New Seekers also appear on The Golden Shot (ATV, Sunday, 13th June, 4.40pm), The Val Doonican Show (ATV, Saturday, 19th June), We Want To Sing (BBC 1, Friday, 23rd July, 6.45pm), It's Lulu (BBC 1, Saturday, 14th August, 8.15pm) and Lift Off (Granada, Tuesday, 24th August).

August 9, 1971 Talk Of The Town, London, ENG (The start of a two week residency)

Following the fortnight at the Talk Of The Town the New Seekers fly to the United States for a week's worth of shows at the new Disneyland complex in Florida, followed by shows in Denver and two weeks at the St. Regis Hotel in New York. While the group is on the other side of the Atlantic, the BBC broadcasts another episode of We Want To Sing featuring the New Seekers (BBC1, Friday, 3rd September, 6.45pm).

September 26, 1971 Floral Hall, Southport, ENG September 27, 1971 Davenport Theatre, Stockport, ENG September 28, 1971 Music Hall, Shrewsbury, ENG September 29, 1971 Bracknell Sports Centre, Bracknell, ENG September 30, 1971 Pavilion Theatre, Weymouth, ENG October 1, 1971 Festival Theatre, Chichester, ENG October 2, 1971 Assembly Hall, Tunbridge Wells, ENG October 3, 1971 Woodville Theatre, Gravesend, ENG October 4, 1971 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG October 5, 1971 Palace Theatre, Redditch, ENG October 6, 1971 Civic Theatre, Barnsley, ENG October 7, 1971 Fairfield Hall, Croydon, ENG October 8, 1971 Congress Theatre, Eastbourne, ENG October 10, 1971 Cliffs Pavilion, Southend, ENG October 11, 1971 Civic Theatre, Darlington, ENG October 13, 1971 Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, ENG October 14, 1971 Memorial Hall, Barry, WAL October 15, 1971 Guildhall, Portsmouth, ENG October 16, 1971 Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, ENG

October 21, 1971 "Top Of The Pops" performing "Good Old Fashioned Music"

October 23, 1971 "The Harry Secombe Show" performing "Good Old Fashioned Music"

November 15, 1971 London Palladium, London, ENG (Royal Variety Performance before Her Majesty The Queen)

Programme

1. The Young Generation 2. The Villams 3. Bruce Forsyth 4. Dailey & Wayne 5. The Stupids 6. Lovelace Watkins 7. Norman Collier 8. Hughie Green 9. The Little Angels of Korea

Intermission

10. Jack Parnell and his Orchestra 11. The New Seekers 12. The New Dollys 13. Ken Goodwin 14. Sacha Distel and Stephane Grappelli 15. Tommy Cooper 16. Shirley Bassey

The Finale God Save The Queen


As the year draws to a close the New Seekers record a number of television appearances. On 4th December the group joins Cilla Black and on her Saturday night show Cilla (BBC1, 9.00pm). On Christmas Eve they join Cliff Richard for a special edition of It's Cliff Richard (BBC 1, Friday, 24th December, 7.30pm) and on Christmas Day they appear on Christmas Night With The Stars (BBC 1, Saturday, 25th December, 6.40pm). The other stars appearing on the show with them are: Dick Emery, Engelbert Humperdinck, Lulu, Vera Lynn and Harry Secombe.

December 22, 1971 Dome, Brighton, ENG (supported by AJ Webber)

1972

March 25, 1972 Usher Hall, Edinburgh, SCOT (represent the UK in the Eurovision Song Contest with "Beg, Steal or Borrow" The song comes second with a score of 114 points)

March 27, 1972 Kelvin Hall, Glasgow, SCOT March 28, 1972 Odeon, Newcastle, ENG March 29, 1972 ABC, Huddersfield, ENG March 30, 1972 Odeon, Birmingham, ENG March 31, 1972 Grand Hall, Scarborough, ENG April 1, 1972 Public Hall, Preston, ENG April 2, 1972 New Theatre, Oxford, ENG April 3, 1972 Capitol, Cardiff, WAL April 5, 1972 Victoria Hall, Stoke On Trent, ENG April 6, 1972 Guildhall, Portsmouth, ENG April 7, 1972 City Hall, St. Albans, ENG April 8, 1972 Central Hall, Chatham, ENG April 9, 1972 Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, ENG April 11, 1972 Lees City Hall, Folkestone, ENG April 12, 1972 Royal Albert Hall, London, ENG April 13, 1972 Oval Hall, Sheffield, ENG April 14, 1972 ABC, Hull, ENG April 15, 1972 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, ENG April 16, 1972 Empire Theatre, Liverpool, ENG April 17, 1972 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG April 18, 1972 Albert Hall, Nottingham, ENG April 20, 1972 Dome, Brighton, ENG April 21, 1972 ABC, Plymouth, ENG April 22, 1972 ABC, Northampton, ENG April 24, 1972 Royal Albert Hall, London, ENG

June 30, 1972 Talk Of The South, Southend, ENG

Lyn, Eve, Peter, Paul & Marty spend most of the year travelling back and forth between the UK and the States. Part of the Summer is spent in the USA recording a five week TV series, The Ken Berry 'Wow' Show (ABC, 15th July - 12th August). The show is broadcast on Saturday mornings between 10.00am - 11.00am. It features song and dance numbers and comedy sketches lampooning popular films and TV series. Amongst the other regulars on the show are some "names in the making": Teri Garr(who went on to greater success in films such as The Conversation, Young Frankenstein and Tootsie); Cheryl Ladd (then Cheryl Stopelmoor who found fame as Farrah Fawcett's replacement on Charlie's Angels); and Steve Martin (whose many hit films include All Of Me, Roxanne, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and Father Of The Bride).

The New Seekers' Summer TV appearances in the UK include The New Seekers at the Royal Albert Hall, a programme featuring highlights from group's concert on 24th April (BBC1, Sunday, 23rd July, 7.25pm), and a guest appearance on Saturday Variety (ITV, Saturday, 12th August, 8.30pm).

During the Summer the New Seekers also cram in a cabaret tour of the north of England and a three week residence at the Talk Of The Town. Before returning to the States again, they squeeze in a short concert tour of Germany, including sell-out dates in Frankfurt, Hamburg, Kiel and Munich.

In October the New Seekers take part in the BBC's 50th anniversary celebrations by recording a TV special titled Fifty Years Of Music. Others appearing on the show include Lulu, who gets things under way with a selection of songs from the 1920s and Henry Hall, who with the help of the Alyn Ainsworth Orchestra, recalls the big band sound of the 1930s. Vera Lynn and Cliff Richardperform songs from the decades with which they are most associated (the 1940s and 1960s respectively) while Gilbert O'Sullivan covers the 1970s. The New Seekerssing Smile, originally a hit for Nat 'King' Cole in 1954, followed by a medley of other songs from the 1950s - Teresa Brewer's Music Music Music ("Put another nickel in / In the nickelodeon ..."), the Everly Brothers' Bye Bye Love, Catch A Falling Star and Magic Moments (both hits for Perry Como in 1958) and Scarlet Ribbons. The latter, which was a hit for Harry Belafonte in 1957, features Lyn Paul on lead vocal. The programme is screened on BBC2 on 6th November at 8.50pm. After recording their appearance the New Seekers fly back to America for a concert in Hollywood and another at the Forum, where they co-star with Bill Cosby, José Feliciano and Dionne Warwick.

As 1972 drew to a close the New Seekers squeezed in a concert tour of New Zealand and Australia.


In November, while the New Seekers tour Australia and New Zealand, a single is released titled Come Softly To Me (Polydor 2058 315). The song was originally recorded in 1959 by the The Fleetwoods (London HL 8841). The New Seekers' version, which features Marty Kristian on lead vocal, enters the UK singles chart on 2nd December. The group promotes the single with TV appearances on both sides of the Atlantic: in the UK the New Seekersappear on Top Of The Pops and The Golden Shot; In the USA the group performs the song on The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour (CBS, Friday, 17th November, 8.00pm).


December 17, 1972 Hammersmith Palais, London, ENG (Christmas concert for members of their Fan Club, compered by DJ Ed Stewart. 8,000 people turn up and there is pandemonium as the group are mobbed by hysterical fans)

On Christmas Day the group escape the "Seeker fever" in the UK by flying to America for a season at Disneyland. Meanwhile, on 27th December there is a repeat showing of the New Seekers appearance on Fifty Years Of Music(BBC1, 5.45pm)

1973

The New Seekers start the year in style. On 18th January the group plays for President Nixon at the Kennedy Center, Washington - the first time that an act from outside the USA had been invited to perform at a Presidential Inauguration.

On 26th January the New Seekers make the first of two television appearances on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (NBC). The first episode is hosted by Mama Cass Elliot and has a guest list that includes Pat Boone; the second, screened on Wednesday, 23rd May, features Faye Dunaway and James Hampton. The group also appears on two episodes of The Mike Douglas Show (KYW): on Monday, 22nd January the New Seekers are guests alongside singer Morgana King and entertainer Tiny Tim with his daughter Tulip; the following week the group appears on the show with comedian Pat Cooper, film critic Rex Reed and musician-songwriter Mike Curb of the Mike Curb Congregation.

By now the New Seekers sound less like the original Seekers than ever. In February they release a single which combines two songs from Pete Townshend's rock opera Tommy. Pinball Wizard / See Me, Feel Me (Polydor 2058 338) is a Top 20 hit in the UK, where it reaches number 16; it also does well in the United States, where it reaches number 29. The New Seekers promote the single in the UK with TV appearances, including a guest slots on The Val Doonican Show (ITV, Saturday, 17th February, 8.30pm) and Crackerjack (BBC1, 2nd March, 5.00pm). Having returned to the UK in February for cabaret dates at the Fiesta Clubs in Sheffield and Stockton, the New Seekers embark on a concert tour of the UK and Irelandduring the Spring to promote their new album - New Seekers Now (Polydor 2383 195). Released in April, the album was recorded in part at the MGM Studios in Los Angeles with the Osmonds' producer, Mike Lloyd, and includes two songs written by the Osmonds - That's My Guy (originally That's My Girl) and Utah. Lyn takes the lead vocal on a song entitled Everything Changing - one of the five tracks recorded in London.

New Seekers Spring Tour 1973 (compered by DJ Alan Freeman. The group was supported at some venues by the duo Ofarim and Winter. Abi Ofarim (real name Abraham Reichstadt) was best-known for his 1968 hit Cinderella Rockefella, recorded with his wife Esther. Tom Winter had previously been a member of the Dutch band Opus)

March 22, 1973 Royal Albert Hall, London, ENG March 23, 1973 Gaumont, Ipswich, ENG (2 shows) March 24, 1973 Gaumont, Hanley, ENG March 25, 1973 ABC, Chester, ENG (2 shows) March 30, 1973 ABC, Plymouth, ENG March 31, 1973 Dome, Brighton, ENG April 1, 1973 Empire, Liverpool, ENG April, 3-4, 1973 Carlton, Dublin, IRE (2 shows) April 4, 1973 Savoy, Cork, IRE (2 shows) April 6, 1973 Capitol Theatre, Cardiff, WAL April 7, 1973 Central Hall, Chatham, ENG (2 shows) April 8, 1973 Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, ENG (2 shows) April 11, 1973 Usher Hall, Edinburgh, SCOT April 13, 1973 Caird Hall, Dundee, SCOT April 14, 1973 Kelvin Hall, Glasgow, SCOT April 15, 1973 City Hall, Newcastle, ENG April 17, 1973 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG April 18, 1973 Guildhall, Portsmouth, ENG (2 shows) April 21-23, 1973 ABC, Blackpool, ENG April 26, 1973 Town Hall, Leeds, ENG April 27, 1973 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, ENG April 28, 1973 Odeon, Birmingham, ENG April 29, 1973 De Montford Hall, Leicester, ENG May 2, 1973 ABC, Gloucester, ENG May 3, 1973 ABC, Northampton, ENG May 4, 1973 ABC, Peterborough, ENG May 5, 1973 New Theatre, Oxford, ENG May 6, 1973 Fairfield Hall, Croydon, ENG May 7, 1973 Pavilion, Hemel Hempstead, ENG

During their UK tour the New Seekers make guest appearances on two TV shows: They Sold A Million(BBC2, Sunday, 1st April, 10.40pm) and Stars Of The Year (BBC1, Tuesday, 17th April, 10.15pm). On 11th May, just four days after the end of the tour, the group is voted Britain's Top Pop Act by readers of The Sun newspaper.


Peter Doyle leaves the New Seekers. Peter Oliver joins.

June 1, 1973 Disneyland, CA

June 2, 1973 Disney World, FL

June 5, 1973 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA

June 7-9, 1973 Disneyland, CA

June 12-15, 1973 Disneyland, CA

In between tour dates the New Seekers make another appearance on The Mike Douglas Show (KYW, Wednesday, 20th June). The other guests on the show are actor-singer Fabian, astronaut Neil Armstrong, Alexandra Nicholson and Shamu, the killer whale. The group also appears on Evening at Pops (WGBH, Sunday, 22nd July) and The Helen Reddy Show (NBC, Thursday, 26th July).

June 25-July 1, 1973 Music Circus Theater, Sacramento, CA

July 3, 1973 Crete Fair, Crete, IL

July 6-7, 1973 Starlight Theater, Indianapolis, IN

July 10-15, 1973 Millrun Theater, IL

July 20-21, 1973 Miss Universe Contest, New York City, NY

July 26-28, 1973 O'Keefe Center, Toronto, ON

August 6-11, 1973 Warwick Musical Theater, Warwick, RI (supporting Vikki Carr)

August 12, 1973 Frontier Ranch, Columbus, OH

August 24, 1973 Canadian Exhibition, Ottawa, ON

August 25, 1973 Treasure Mountain, Park City, UT

As they approach the end of their own tour the New Seekers get an unexpected offer to tour with Liza Minnelli for three weeks. Instead of returning home as planned, the New Seekers stay on in the USA until October.

October 6, 1973 Civic Center, Providence, RI (supporting Liza Minnelli)

During their extra time in the States the New Seekerssqueeze in another television appearance, singing Pinball Wizard / See Me, Feel Me on the once-a-week Saturday afternoon show American Bandstand (ABC, Saturday, 6th October).

On Christmas Eve, Eve Graham announces that she is leaving the group. Eve's and Lyn's contracts state that only one of them can leave the group at any given time. Lyn insists that she is also leaving. The result, as Lyn later explained in another radio interview, was that "I signed everything away ... The only way we could get out of our contracts was to sign everything away. Or so we were told."

Meanwhile, an unsuspecting British public knows only what it sees and hears on the television - five smiling faces and the outward show of "perfect harmony". Following appearances on the It's Lulu show (BBC1, Saturday, 3rd November, 7.15pm), The Two Ronnies(BBC2, Thursday, 22nd November, 9.25pm) and two children's programmes, Magpie and The Basil Brush Show, the New Seekers record appearances on The Golden Shot, The Morecambe & Wise Christmas Show(BBC1, Tuesday, 25th December, 7.35pm) and a seven week series as special guests on the David Frost show, Frost's Weekly (BBC1, 14th December - 25th January). You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me enters the UK singles chart on 24th November and rapidly rises into the Top 5.


1974

25th March, Granada, Sutton 26th March, Winter Gardens, Bournemouth 27th March, Gaumont, Ipswich 28th March, Central Hall, Chatham 29th March, Odeon, Taunton 30th March, Festival Hall, Paignton 31st March, Capitol, Cardiff 2nd April, De Montford Hall, Leicester 3rd April, Guildhall, Preston 4th April, Usher Hall, Edinburgh 5th April, Caird Hall, Dundee 6th April, Music Hall, Aberdeen 7th April, Apollo, Glasgow 8th April, City Hall, Newcastle 9th April, City Hall, Hull 12th April, Southport Theatre, Southport 13th April, ABC, Blackpool 14th April, Futurist Theatre, Scarborough 16th April, ABC Cinema, Belfast 17th April, Carlton Cinema, Dublin 18th April, Odeon, Cork 21st April, Coventry 22nd April, Civic Hall, Wolverhampton 24th April, The Dome, Brighton 25th April, Guildhall, Portsmouth 26th April, Dreamland Theatre, Margate 27th April, Granada, Kettering 28th April, New Theatre, Oxford 29th April, Victoria Hall, Hanley 2nd May, Town Hall, Birmingham 3rd May, Town Hall, Leeds 4th May, Opera House, Manchester 5th May, Rainbow Theatre, London.


A second single featuring Lyn on lead vocal is released at the beginning of March. I Get A Little Sentimental Over You (Polydor 2058 439) enters the UK singles chart on 9th March and climbs to number 5 while the New Seekers are appearing for three weeks at the Talk of The Town.

The New Seekers set off on a Farewell Tour of the UK (33 venues in all). Whilst on the road (shortly after Manchester United had lost 1-0 to Stoke City in their last match of the Season) the group is attacked by football hooligans. As their luxury orange and white tour bus heads for the M6 motorway, two of the windows are shattered by bricks. Lyn later tells the press: "It was a nightmare. At first I thought a bomb had gone off."

Having completed the tour and two final weeks of cabaret in Wakefield (6th-11th May) and Liverpool (12th-18th May), the members of the group go their separate ways. Marty Kristian and Paul Layton team up with Danny Finn to form Marty, Paul and Danny. Peter Oliver, Eve Graham and Lyn Paul embark on solo careers.



TV

Broadcast Date Show / Featured Guests and Songs Channel 16th May 1970, 9.05pm. The Young Generation Guests: the New Seekers. BBC2 30th July 1970, 7.15pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Jimmy Savile. This edition featured the New Seekers' first ever appearance on the show, singing What Have They Done To My Song, Ma. The single, which had been released on 26th June, eventually entered the UK Top 50 singles chart on 17th October 1970. BBC1 15th August 1970, 9.15pm. Maggie's Place The first programme of a new series starring the Australian singer Maggie Fitzgibbon. Guests: Stuart Damon, comedian Ken Goodwin, Anita Harris, Frank Ifield and Keith Potger & The New Seekers. London Weekend Television 25th October 1970, 8.00pm - 9.00pm. The Ed Sullivan Show Season 23, Episode 6 This episode celebrated the 25th Anniversary of the United Nations and featured guest performers from around the world, including: Les Ballets Africains, who performed African ceremonial songs & dances; Brazilian singer Astrud Gilberto; Russian pianist Vladimir Krainev; The Idla Girls (a gymnastic drill team from Sweeden); The Lado Dancers (folk dancers from Yugoslavia); Raphael (from Spain); Ravi Shankar (from India); Tokyo Kid Brothers (dancers from Japan) and The Young Americans. The New Seekers, who were billed as being "from Australia" sang What Have They Done To My Song, Ma. CBS [USA] 9th December 1970 Lift Off Series 2, Episode 10 Hosted by: Ayshea Brough Guests: Billie Davis, Dave Dee, Ken Dodd, The Dream Police and Keith Potger & The New Seekers. Granada 13th December 1970, 8.00pm - 9.00pm. The Ed Sullivan Show Season 23, Episode 13 Guests: Les Ballets Africains; comedian Guy Marks; Ali MacGraw, who recited a poem; Robert Merrill (baritone singer from The Met); Marilyn Michaels, who aing Swanee as a tribute to Judy Garland; cast members from the Broadway production of The Rothschilds; and Bobby Shermaz, who sang Going Home and Song Of Joy. The New Seekers sang a medley of songs: What Have They Done To My Song, Ma, Your Song, Baby Face and Beautiful People. CBS [USA] Broadcast Date Show / Featured Guests and Songs Channel 9th January 1971

Broadcast in the UK on 26th April 1971, 7.15pm (BBC1). The Andy Williams Show Starring: Andy Williams. Recorded in Los Angeles in 1970, the guests on this episode included: Bobbie Gentry, Tommy Roe and the New Seekers, who sang the Harry Nilsson song One as a duet with Andy Williams before singing their new single When There's No Love Left. NBC [USA]


14th January 1971, 7.05pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Jimmy Savile. Featuring: The Mixtures, The Pushbike Song (played over crowd dancing and chart rundown). BBC1 16th January 1971, 6.15pm. It's Cliff Richard Starring: Cliff Richard with Una Stubbsand Hank Marvin. Featuring: A Song for Europe 1971 starring Clodagh Rodgers. Guests: the New Seekers. BBC1 28th January 1971, 7.05pm.

Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Jimmy Savile. Featuring: The Mixtures, The Pushbike Song. BBC1 11th February 1971, 7.05pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Jimmy Savile. Featuring: The Mixtures, The Pushbike Song (video). BBC1

11th February 1971, 9.20pm. Show of the Week presents Vera Lynn Featuring the Alyn Ainsworth Orchestraand the Dougie Squires Dozen. Guests: Marisa Robles and the New Seekers. BBC2 14th February 1971 The Golden Shot Series 3, Episode 22 Hosted by: Bob Monkhouse with 'Golden Girls' Anne Aston and Yutte Stensgaard. Guests: Jimmy Young and The Mixtures. ATV 25th February 1971, 7.05pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Jimmy Savile. Featuring: The Mixtures, The Pushbike Song. BBC1 8th April 1971 The Leslie Crowther Show Starring: Leslie Crowther Featuring: Arthur English, Albert Modley, Chic Murray and Alfie Noakes. Guests: Jimmy Edwards, Anita Harris, Noel Harrison, Andrea Lawrence, Denys Palmer and the New Seekers. Thames Television 26th April 1971, 7.15pm.

First broadcast in the USA on 9th January 1971. The Andy Williams Show Starring: Andy Williams. Guests included: Bobbie Gentry, Tommy Roe and the New Seekers. BBC1

29th April 1971, 7.05pm.

Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Tony Blackburn. Featuring: The Mixtures, Henry Ford. BBC1

30th May 1971, 8.00pm - 9.00pm. The Ed Sullivan Show Season 23, Episode 26 A 'Special Edition' hosted by: Jack Jones. Guests: Loretta Lynn, who sang I Wanna Be Free and Coal Miner's Daughter and a duet with Jack Jones, Move It On Home; Your Father's Moustache, who sang Mountain Dew and 5-Feet-Two; and the New Seekers, who sang three songs by Melanie: What Have They Done To My Song, Ma, Nickel Song.and Beautiful People. CBS [USA] 13th June 1971, 4.40pm. The Golden Shot Series 3, Episode 39 Hosted by: Bob Monkhouse and Anne Aston. Featuring: Pippa Steel as Maid of the Month. The theme of the show was 'Getting Around'. Guests: 'Cheerful' Charlie Chester, Mary Hopkin and the New Seekers. ATV 19th June 1971 The Val Doonican Show Featuring: Bernard Cribbins, Norman Maen, Sheila Steifel, Bob Todd, Jack Parnell and his Orchestra and Mike Sammes. Guests: Dudley Moore, Leslie Uggamsand the New Seekers. ATV 15th July 1971, 7.15pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Tony Blackburn. Featuring: the New Seekers, Never Ending Song Of Love. BBC1 23rd July 1971, 6.45pm. We Want To Sing Hosted by: Ed Stewart. Guests: the New Seekers. BBC1 29th July 1971, 7.15pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Jimmy Savile. Featuring: the New Seekers, Never Ending Song Of Love (repeat showing of the performance broadcast on 15th July 1971).

BBC1 5th August 1971, 7.15pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Ed Stewart. Featuring: the New Seekers, Never Ending Song Of Love (played over closing credits). BBC1 14th August 1971, 8.15pm. It's Lulu Series 2, Episode 5 Starring: Lulu. Featuring: The Fellas. Guests: Shari Lewis, James Logan and the New Seekers. BBC1 19th August 1971, 7.10pm. Top Of The Pops, Hosted by: Tony Blackburn. Featuring: the New Seekers, Never Ending Song Of Love. BBC1 24th August 1971 Lift Off Series 3, Episode 3 Hosted by: Ayshea Brough Featuring resident dancers The Feet. Guests: The Move, Tonight; New Seekers, Never Ending Song Of Love; New World, Tom Tom Turnaround. Granada 3rd September 1971, 6.45pm. We Want To Sing Hosted by: Rick Jones. Guests: the New Seekers. BBC1 21st October 1971, 7.25pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Jimmy Savile. Featuring: the New Seekers, Good Old Fashioned Music. BBC1 23rd October 1971, 8.10pm.

Repeated on 11th May 1972, 9.20pm (BBC2). The Harry Secombe Show Series 2, Episode 7 Featuring: Julian Orchard. Guests: Ronnie Barker, George Hamilton IV, Vera Lynn and the New Seekers. BBC1 20th November 1971, 7.55pm. The Royal Variety Performance Hosted by: Bruce Forsyth. Featuring: The Young Generation. The Villams, Dailey & Wayne, The Stupids, Lovelace Watkins, Norman Collier. Hughie Green. The Little Angels of Korea. Jack Parnell and his Orchestra. the New Seekers. The New Dollys. Ken Goodwin. Sacha Distel and Stephane Grappelli. Tommy Cooper and Shirley Bassey. LWT


4th December 1971, 9.00pm. Cilla Starring: Cilla Black. Guests: Des O'Connor and the New Seekers. BBC1 24th December 1971, 7.30pm. It's Cliff Richard Starring: Cliff Richard. The first programme of a new series featuring: The Flirtations, Olivia Newton-John and Dandy Nichols. Guests: Labi Siffre and the New Seekers. BBC1 25th December 1971, 2.15pm. Top Of The Pops '71, Part 1 Hosted by: Jimmy Savile. End-of-the-year show featuring some of the biggest selling singles of 1971, including The Mixtures, The Pushbike Song. BBC1 25th December 1971, 6.40pm. Christmas Night With The Stars Guests included: Dick Emery, Engelbert Humperdinck, Lulu, Vera Lynn, Harry Secombe and the New Seekers. BBC1 27th December 1971, 4.35pm.

Top Of The Pops '71, Part 2 Hosted by: Tony Blackburn. A second end-of-the-year show featuring more of the biggest hits of 1971, including the New Seekers, Never Ending Song Of Love. BBC1


30th December 1971, 7.25pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Ed Stewart. Featuring: the New Seekers, I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony). BBC




Broadcast Date Show / Featured Guests and Songs Channel 1st January 1972, 6.15pm. It's Cliff Richard Starring: Cliff Richard. Featuring: The Flirtations and Olivia Newton-John with a special guest appearance by Dandy Nichols as Una's mum. The New Seekers sang the first of six Songs for Europe, Out On The Edge Of Beyond. BBC1 6th January 1972, 7.25pm.

Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Jimmy Savile. Featuring the week's new number 1 hit, the New Seekers, I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony). BBC1 8th January 1972, 6.15pm. It's Cliff Richard Starring: Cliff Richard. Featuring: The Flirtations and Olivia Newton-John with a special guest appearance by Dandy Nichols as Una's mum. The New Seekers sang the second of the six Songs for Europe, Sing Out. BBC1 13th January 1972, 7.25pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Tony Blackburn. Featuring: the New Seekers, I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony) (repeated clip). BBC1 15th January 1972, 6.15pm. It's Cliff Richard Starring: Cliff Richard. Featuring: The Flirtations and Olivia Newton-John with a special guest appearance by Dandy Nichols as Una's mum. The New Seekers sang the third of the Songs for Europe, Why Can't We All Get Together?. BBC1 20th January 1972, 7.25pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Jimmy Savile. Featuring: the New Seekers, I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony) (repeated clip). BBC1 22nd January 1972, 6.15pm. It's Cliff Richard Starring: Cliff Richard. The New Seekers sang the fourth of the Songs for Europe, One By One. BBC1 27th January 1972, 7.25pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Jimmy Savile. Featuring: the New Seekers, I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony) (repeated clip). BBC1 29th January 1972, 6.15pm. It's Cliff Richard Starring: Cliff Richard. Featuring: The Flirtations, Elton John and Olivia Newton-John, with a special guest appearance by Dandy Nichols and the return of Una Stubbs. The New Seekers sang the fifth of the Songs for Europe, Beg, Steal Or Borrow. BBC1


5th February 1972, 6.15pm. It's Cliff Richard Starring: Cliff Richard. Featuring: The Flirtations, Olivia Newton-John and Una Stubbs. The New Seekers sang the last of the six Songs for Europe, Songs Of Praise. BBC1 12th February 1972, 6.15pm. It's Cliff Richard Cliff Richard introduced the New Seekerssinging all six Songs For Europe: Out On The Edge Of Beyond (Mike Sammes / John Bendall), Sing Out (Robbie Dunlop), Why Can't We All Get Together (Ray Davies), One By One (Mike Leander / Eddie Seago), Songs Of Praise (Roy Wood), and Beg, Steal Or Borrow (Tony Cole / Graeme Hall / Steve Wolfe). Viewers were invited to select the song to represent the UK in the 1972 Eurovision Song Contest. "Votes (on postcards please, to arrive not later than Thursday, 17th February)." BBC1 19th February 1972, 6.15pm. It's Cliff Richard Cliff Richard presented the result of the public vote to choose the UK's entry in the Eurovision Song Contest. The New Seekers sang the winning song, Beg, Steal Or Borrow. BBC1 24th February 1972, 7.25pm.

Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Jimmy Savile. Featuring: the New Seekers, Beg, Steal Or Borrow (clip from It's Cliff Richard). BBC1


2nd March 1972, 7.25pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Tony Blackburn. Featuring: the New Seekers, Beg, Steal Or Borrow (repeated clip from It's Cliff Richard). BBC1


13th March 1972, 7.30pm. A Song For Europe Introduced by: Cliff Richard. The programme previewed the entries in the 1972 Eurovision Song Contest, including the UK's entry by the New Seekers, Beg, Steal Or Borrow (repeated clip from It's Cliff Richard). BBC1


16th March 1972, 7.25pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Ed Stewart. Featuring: the New Seekers, Beg, Steal Or Borrow. BBC1 18th March 1972, 6.15pm. It's Cliff Richard Starring: Cliff Richard. Featuring: The Flirtations, Una Stubbs. and Marty Swift. Guests: Petula Clark and the New Seekers, who sang the UK's Eurovision entry, Beg, Steal Or Borrow. BBC1 25th March 1972, 9.30pm. Eurovision Song Contest Live from The Usher Hall, Edinburgh. Introduced by: Moira Shearer. Commentary by: Tom Fleming. Artists taking part in order of performance: Mary Roos, Nur Die Liebe Läßt Uns Leben(Germany), Betty Mars, Comé-Comédie (France), Sandie Jones, Ceol An Ghrá (Ireland), Jaime Morey, Amanece (Spain), New Seekers, Beg, Steal Or Borrow (United Kingdom), Grethe Kausland and Benny Borg, Småting (Norway), Carlos Mendes, A Festa Da Vida (Portugal) Veronique Miiller, Malta Helen and Joseph, C'est La Chanson De Mon Amour(Switzerland), Paivi Paunu and Kim Floor, Muistathan(Finland), The Milestones, Falter Im Wind (Austria), Nicola di Bari, I Giorni Dell'Arcobaleno(Italy), Tereza, Muzika I Ti (Yugoslavia), The Family Four, Härliga Sommardag(Sweden), Anne-Marie Godart and Peter Mac Lane, Comme On S'Aime (Monaco), Serge and Christine Ghisoland, À La Folie Ou Pas Du Tout (Belgium), Vicky Leandros, Après Toi (Luxembourg), Sandra and Andres, Als Het Om De Liefde Gaat (The Netherlands). BBC1




30th March 1972, 7.25pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Ed Stewart. Featuring: the New Seekers, Beg, Steal Or Borrow (repeated clip from It's Cliff Richard). BBC1


Broadcast Date Show / Featured Guests and Songs Channel 11th May 1972, 9.20pm.

Previously shown on 23rd October 1971, 8.10pm(BBC1). Show of the Week: Harry Secombe Show[repeat] Featuring: Julian Orchard. Guests: Ronnie Barker, George Hamilton IV, Vera Lynn and the New Seekers. BBC2 15th June 1972, 7.25pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Jimmy Savile. Featuring: the New Seekers, Circles. BBC1 22nd June 1972, 7.25pm.

Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Ed Stewart. Featuring: the New Seekers, Circles(repeated clip). Circles had entered the UK Top 40 singles chart the week before at number 32. This week it was up 11 places to number 21. BBC1


6th July 1972, 7.25pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Tony Blackburn. Featuring: the New Seekers, Circles(repeated clip). BBC1 13th July 1972, 7.25pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Jimmy Savile. Featuring: the New Seekers, Circles(played over crowd dancing and closing credits). BBC1 15th July - 12th August 1972 The Ken Barry 'Wow' Show Starring: Ken Barry. Featuring: Teri Garr, Cheryl Ladd and Steve Martin. Guests: the New Seekers. ABC [USA] 23rd July 1972, 7.25pm - 8.00pm. The New Seekers at the Royal Albert Hall A recording of the New Seekers' concert at London's Royal Albert Hall in April. BBC1 12th August 1972, 8.30pm. Saturday Variety Featuring: Larry Grayson and the Jack Parnell Orchestra. Guests: Barry Crocker, Joe Hendersonand the New Seekers. ITV 6th November 1972, 8.50pm.

Repeated on 27th December 1972, 5.45pm(BBC1). Fifty Years Of Music or They Don't Write 'Em Like That Any More! A programme to celebrate 50 years of broadcasting starring: Henry Hall, Lulu, Vera Lynn, the New Seekers, The Young Generation, Gilbert O'Sullivan and Cliff Richard. BBC2


17th November 1972, 8.00pm. The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour Season 3, Episode 10 Starring: Sonny Bono and Cher. Featuring: Chastity Bono, Peter Cullen, Teri Garr, Freeman King, Murray Langston and Ted Zeigler. Guests: Ken Berry and the New Seekers, who participated in some of the comedy sketches and performed their latest single Come Softly To Me. CBS [USA]


14th December 1972, 7.25pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Ed Stewart. Featuring: the New Seekers featuring Marty Kristian, Come Softly To Me. BBC1 24th December 1972 The Golden Shot Series 4, Episode 47 Hosted by: Norman Vaughan and 'Golden Girl' Anne Aston. Guests: Bobby Crush, Zena Clifton, Millicent Martin and the New Seekers. ATV 25th December 1972, 2.10pm. Top Of The Pops '72 Hosted by: Jimmy Savile and Ed Stewart. End-of-year show featuring the biggest hits of 1972, including the New Seekers' million-seller I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony) (repeated clip). BBC1 27th December 1972, 5.45pm.

Previously shown on 6th November 1972, 8.50pm(BBC2). Fifty Years Of Music [repeat] BBC1



Broadcast Date Show / Featured Guests and Songs Channel 4th January 1973, 6.45pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Jimmy Savile. Featuring: the New Seekers featuring Marty Kristian, Come Softly To Me (video). BBC1 11th January 1973, 6.45pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Noel Edmonds. Featuring: the New Seekers featuring Marty Kristian, Come Softly To Me (repeat showing of the performance broadcast on 14th December 1972). BBC1 22nd January 1973, 12.30pm. The Mike Douglas Show Season 12, Episode 100 A daytime television talk show hosted by Mike Douglas and his co-host for the week, Anthony Quinn. Guests: the New Seekers, singing I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing. KYW [USA] 26th January 1973 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Hosted by: 'Mama' Cass Elliot. Guests: Pat Boone, Ronny Graham, Charles Grodin, Frances Sayer and the New Seekers. NBC [USA] 29th January 1973, 12.30pm. The Mike Douglas Show Season 12, Episode 105 Hosted by: Mike Douglas and his co-host for the week, Tony Bennett. Guests: Mike Curb of the Mike Curb Congregation, comedian Pat Cooper, film critic Rex Reed and the New Seekers. KYW [USA] 15th February 1973, 6.45pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Jimmy Savile. Featuring: the New Seekers, Pinball Wizard / See Me, Feel Me. BBC1 17th February 1973, 8.30pm. The Val Doonican Show Featuring: Fabric and Norman Maen. Guests: Basil Brush, Patricia Carroll Mike Newman, Kenny Woodman and his Orchestra and the New Seekers. ATV 23rd February 1973, 5.00pm. Crackerjack Hosted by: Michael Aspel. Featuring: Jacqueline Clarke, Peter Glazeand Don Maclean. Guests: Electric Light Orchestra and Springfield Revival. BBC1 23rd February 1973, 8.15pm.

Repeated on 11th November 1973 (BBC1). The Morecambe & Wise Show Series 7, Episode 8 Starring: Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise. Guests: Wilma Reading and Springfield Revival. BBC1 1st March 1973, 6.45pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Tony Blackburn. Featuring: the New Seekers, Pinball Wizard / See Me, Feel Me (repeat showing of the performance broadcast on 15th February 1973). BBC1 2nd March 1973, 5.00pm. Crackerjack Hosted by: Michael Aspel. Featuring: Jacqueline Clarke, Peter Glazeand Don Maclean. Guests: Thin Lizzy and the New Seekers. BBC1 8th March 1973, 6.45pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Jimmy Savile. Featuring: the New Seekers, Pinball Wizard / See Me, Feel Me (played over chart countdown). BBC1 1st April 1973, 10.40pm. They Sold A Million Hosted by: Vince Hill. Featuring: The Young Generation. Guests: Don McLean and the New Seekers. BBC2 17th April 1973, 10.15pm. Stars Of The Year Hosted by: David Nixon. Guests: Danny La Rue and the New Seekers. BBC1 11th May 1973, 6.50pm. Look, Mike Yarwood Starring: Mike Yarwood. Guests: Clodagh Rodgers and Springfield Revival. BBC1 12th May 1973, 5.05pm. We Want To Sing Hosted by: Rolf Harris. Featuring: The Northern Dance Orchestraconducted by Bernard Herrmann. Guests: Springfield Revival. BBC1 23rd May 1973 The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson Guests: Faye Dunaway, James Hampton, Phyllis McGuire, Phyllis Newman and the New Seekers. NBC [USA] 1st June 1973, 6.55pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Kenny Everett. Featuring: the New Seekers, Goodbye Is Just Another Word. BBC1 20th June 1973, 12.30pm. The Mike Douglas Show Season 12, Episode 207 Hosted by: Mike Douglas and his co-host for the week, Marty Allen. From Sea World in Ohio and featuring Shamu the killer whale and a speedboat show. Guests: astronaut Neil Armstrong, actor Robert Conrad, actor-singer Fabian, acrobat Alexandra Nicholson and the New Seekers. KYW [USA] 22nd July 1973 Evening at Pops Starring the New Seekers. Featuring Arthur Fiedler (conductor). WGBH [USA] 26th July 1973, 8.00pm - 9.00pm. The Helen Reddy Show Episode 5 Starring: Helen Reddy. Guests: Albert Brooks, B.B. King, Modern Jazz Quartet, Gloria Steinem and the New Seekers. NBC [USA]


10th August 1973 Glamour Presented by: Graham Bell. Guests: Danny Street and Springfield Revival. Anglia Television


Broadcast Date Show / Featured Guests and Songs Channel 6th October 1973 American Bandstand Season 17, Episode 6 Guests: Willie Hutch, performing Slick and Brother's Gonna Work It Out, and the New Seekers, Pinball Wizard / See Me, Feel Me. ABC [USA] 2nd November 1973, 4.50pm [date unconfirmed]. Magpie Presented by: Susan Stranks, Doug Raeand Mick Robertson. Guests: the New Seekers featuring Lyn Paul, You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me. Thames Television 3rd November 1973, 7.15pm. It's Lulu Series 3, Episode 8 Starring: Lulu. Featuring: Paul Greenwood, Roger Kitter, Adrienne Poster and the Alyn Ainsworth Orchestra. Guests: Roy Hudd, Engelbert Humperdinck and the New Seekers, who performed You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me followed by We've Got To It Now. BBC1


11th November 1973, 8.15pm.

Originally broadcast on 23rd February 1973 (BBC1). The Morecambe & Wise Show Series 7, Episode 8 [repeat] Starring: Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise. Featuring: Janet Webb. Guests: Wilma Reading and Springfield Revival. BBC1 22nd November 1973, 7.25pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Jimmy Savile. Featuring: the New Seekers featuring Lyn Paul, You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me. BBC1 22nd November 1973, 9.25pm.

Repeated on 6th July 1974, 8.25pm (BBC1). The Two Ronnies Series 3, Episode 5 Starring: Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett. Guests: Pan's People and the New Seekers, who sang We've Got To Do It Now. BBC2


29th November 1973, 7.25pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Noel Edmonds. Featuring: the New Seekers featuring Lyn Paul,You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me(played over chart countdown). BBC1 6th December 1973, 7.25pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Dave Lee Travis. Featuring: the New Seekers featuring Lyn Paul, You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me. BBC1 14th December 1973, 8.15pm. Frost's Weekly Episode 1 Featuring: Brenda Arnau, David Casey, Roger Kitter, Julia McKenzie, Bill Pertwee, Graham Stark, Alison Steadmanand Henry Woolf. Guests: Dionne Warwick and the New Seekers. BBC1 20th December 1973, 7.20pm - 7.55pm.

Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Jimmy Savile. Featuring: the New Seekers featuring Lyn Paul, You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me. BBC1


21st December 1973, 8.15pm. Frost's Weekly Episode 2 Featuring: Brenda Arnau, David Casey, Roger Kitter, Julia McKenzie, Bill Pertwee, Graham Stark, Alison Steadmanand Henry Woolf. Guests: Dionne Warwick and the New Seekers. BBC1 25th December 1973, 7.35pm.

Repeated on 23rd December 1985, 8.00pm(BBC1), 25th December 2002, 11.15am (BBC1) and 23rd December 2012, 6.30pm (BBC2). The Morecambe & Wise Show Christmas Special Starring: Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise. Featuring: Arthur Tolcher. Guests: Hannah Gordon, John Hanson, Yehudi Menuhin, Rudolf Nureyev, Laurence Olivier, André Previn, Vanessa Redgrave and the New Seekers, who sang You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me. BBC1


28th December 1973, 7.30pm. Frost's Weekly Episode 3 Featuring: Brenda Arnau, David Casey, Roger Kitter, Julia McKenzie, Bill Pertwee, Graham Stark, Alison Steadmanand Henry Woolf. Guests: Brigitte Bardot, Sacha Distel, Stephane Grappelli, Dionne Warwick and the New Seekers. BBC1


Broadcast Date Show / Featured Guests and Songs Channel 3rd January 1974, 7.25pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Dave Lee Travis. Featuring: the New Seekers featuring Lyn Paul, You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me(played over closing credits). BBC1 4th January 1974, 8.15pm. Frost's Weekly Featuring: Brenda Arnau, David Casey, Roger Kitter, Julia McKenzie, Bill Pertwee, Graham Stark, Alison Steadmanand Henry Woolf. Guests: Stephane Grappelli and the New Seekers. BBC1 10th January 1974, 7.25pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Johnny Walker. Featuring: the New Seekers featuring Lyn Paul, You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me(repeated clip). BBC1 11th January 1974, 8.15pm. Frost's Weekly Featuring: Brenda Arnau, David Casey, Roger Kitter, Julia McKenzie, Bill Pertwee, Graham Stark, Alison Steadmanand Henry Woolf. Guests: Dionne Warwick and the New Seekers. BBC1 17th January 1974, 7.25pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Noel Edmonds. Featuring: the New Seekers featuring Lyn Paul, You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me. BBC1 18th January 1974, 8.15pm. Frost's Weekly Featuring: Brenda Arnau, David Casey, Roger Kitter, Julia McKenzie, Graham Stark, Alison Steadman and Henry Woolf. Guests: the New Seekers. BBC1 25th January 1974, 8.15pm. Frost's Weekly Featuring: David Casey, Roger Kitter, Julia McKenzie, Graham Stark, Alison Steadman and Henry Woolf. Guests: Dionne Warwick and the New Seekers. BBC1 31st January 1974, 9.00pm.

Repeated on 3rd August 1974, 8.40pm (BBC2). Show of the Week: The Vera Lynn Show Featuring the Alyn Ainsworth Orchestraand The Young Generation. Guests: Stuart Gillies and Springfield Revival. BBC2 28th February 1974, 7.25pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Dave Lee Travis. Featuring: the New Seekers, I Get A Little Sentimental Over You. BBC1 11th March 1974 Free To Be... You And Me Hosted by: Marlo Thomas. A musical variety hour featuring Roberta Flack, Michael Jackson, Kris Krsitofferson, Rita Coolidge, Dustin Hoffman, and from the LP, Rosey Grier, the New Seekers and Mel Brooks. ABC [USA]


14th March 1974, 7.25pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Noel Edmonds. Featuring: the New Seekers, I Get A Little Sentimental Over You. BBC1 21st March 1974, 7.25pm. Top Of The Pops Hosted by: Tony Blackburn. Featuring: the New Seekers, I Get A Little Sentimental Over You (played over closing credits). BBC1 18th May 1974, 9.30pm. The Wheeltappers and Shunters' Social Club Series 1, Episode 6 Featuring: Bernard Manning as Resident M.C. and Colin Crompton as Concert Chairman. Guests: The Bachelors, Cannon & Ball, the Eric Delaney Band, Julie Rogers, Tina Townsley and Springfield Revival. Granada 23rd May 1974 Rock On With 45 Series 1, Episode 8 Hosted by: David 'Kid' Jensen. Guests: Allan Clarke (Hollies), 'Emperor' Rosko, Ronnie Laine & Slim Chance, Lyn Paul and Sparks. Granada 6th July 1974, 8.25pm.

Previously shown on 22nd November 1973 (BBC1). The Two Ronnies Series 3, Episode 5 [repeat] Starring: Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett. Guests: Pan's People and the New Seekers, who sang We've Got To Do It Now.