Ready Steady Go!

ITV (ended 1966)




Episode Guide

    • August 21, 1964
      August 21, 1964
      Season 1 - Episode 56

      Guests (verified by MoStokes):
      Cherokees - "Seven Daffodils"
      Brenda Lee - "Is It True"
      P.J. Proby - "Hold Me"

      Scheduled guests:
      Helen Shapiro
      Brenda Lee - "Is It True"
      Wayne Gibson and the Dynamic Sounds
      Duffy Power

    • May 21, 1965: The Four Tops, Connie Francis, The Who

      --The Who - "Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere."
      --The Four Tops
      --Connie Francis - "My Child."
      --David Goldsmith
      --Ronnie Jones

    • March 20, 1964: The Beatles (2nd RSG! appearance), The Animals, Dusty Springfield, Bobby Vee

      Surviving footage:
      Presenters: Keith Fordyce & Cathy McGowan.
      --The Beatles - "It Won't Be Long," "You Can't Do That" and "Can't Buy Me Love."
      --Dusty Springfield - "Everyday I Have to Cry."
      --The Animals - "Baby, Let Me Take You Home."
      --Bobby Vee - "Buddy's Song."
      --John Lennon discusses his new book, then chooses Alma Cogan's record "Tennessee Waltz" for his Amateur D.J. segment (with Alma Cogan cameo).
      --Fordyce presents the Beatles with a Billboard magazine award.
      --While listening to their record "This Boy," the Beatles view (and deface) artwork sent in by fans for a Beatles artwork contest. John Lennon presents the winner, Jeremy John Ratter, with LPs selected by Ratter: Mingus by Charlie Mingus and Dmitri Shostakovich's Cello Concerto.
      --During the closing credits, The Beatles' record "Please Mr. Postman" is played.

      Additional guests (originally appeared, but it's not known if these segments have survived):
      --Millicent Martin - possibly sang her current single "Suspicion."
      --Also, Alma Cogan was a featured guest. So it's possible that her appearance consisted of more than just the "Tennessee Waltz" cameo (mentioned above).

    • October 4, 1963: The Beatles (1st RSG! appearance), Helen Shapiro, Dusty Springfield

      Presenters: Keith Fordyce & Dusty Springfield.
      --The Beatles, making their 1st RSG! appearance, mime to "Twist and Shout," "I'll Get You," and "She Loves You."
      --Dance demonstration: Patrick Kerr, Theresa Confrey, and others demonstrate the 'Hitchhiker' (record played: "Gonna Make Him Mine" by The Orchids).
      --Helen Shapiro mimes to "Look Who It Is" (with cameos by John, Ringo and George).
      --'Mime Time' contest with Paul McCartney as judge. Four girls mime to Brenda Lee's "Let's Jump The Broomstick."
      --Throughout the show, Dusty Springfield interviews the Beatles (individually).
      --RSG audience dances to records: "Fools Rush In" (Ricky Nelson), and "Sally Go Round the Roses" (The Jaynettes).

      Additional guests (scheduled to appear):
      --Peter Jay and the Jaywalkers
      --Tony Meehan
      --Eden Kane

    • September 18, 1964: The Animals, Elkie Brooks, The Hollies, Dionne Warwick

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Animals - "I'm Crying."
      --Elkie Brooks
      --The Chants
      --The Hollies - "We're Through."
      --Dionne Warwick - "Reach Out for Me."

    • August 6, 1965: The Byrds, Brian Poole, Sonny and Cher, The Who

      --The Who (without Roger)

      Scheduled guests:
      --Brian Poole and the Tremeloes - "I Want Candy."
      --The Byrds - "All I Really Want To Do."
      --Sonny And Cher - "I Got You Babe."

    • October 11, 1963
      October 11, 1963
      Season 1 - Episode 10

      Scheduled guests:
      --Brian Poole & The Tremeloes
      --Polly Perkins

    • August 12, 1966: Julie Felix, The Fourmost, The Game, The Alan Price Set

      Scheduled guests:
      --Julie Felix.
      --The Fourmost - "Here, There And Everywhere."
      --The Game.
      --The Alan Price Set - "Hi-Lili Hi-Lo."

    • December 23, 1966: Ready Steady GOES! (final show)

      Final show: Ready Steady GOES!

      --Mick Jagger and Chris Farlowe - "Out Of Time" & "Satisfaction" (song excerpts).
      --The Who - "Please Don't Touch" (Eddie Cochran song they never issued a studio version of) and "I'm A Boy."
      --Paul Jones - possibly "Baby Tomorrow."
      --Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich - possibly "Save Me."
      --Eric Burdon
      --Alan Price
      --Keith Relf and Paul Sammwell Smith
      --Julie Felix
      --Cat Stevens
      --Peter and Gordon
      --Small Faces
      --Spencer Davis Group
      (Note: Some of the above may have just been spoken appearances and not musical performances)

    • February 5, 1965: Donovan, Adam Faith, Marianne Faithfull; Gene Pitney; The Zombies

      --Donovan (making his TV debut).

      Scheduled guests:
      --Adam Faith - "Stop feeling Sorry For Yourself."
      --Marianne Faithfull - "Come & Stay With Me."
      --Gene Pitney - "I Must Be Seeing Things."
      --The Roulettes
      --The Zombies

    • RSG! The New Year Starts Here! (1964 New Years Show)
      Appearing on this show:
      --The Beatles (on tape, from their 4 October 1963 RSG appearace)
      --Cilla Black
      --The Dave Clark Five
      --Adam Faith
      --The Fourmost
      --Kirby Kirby
      --Kenny Lynch
      --Ray Martine
      --Tommy Quickly
      --The Roulettes
      --Mike Sarne
      --The Searchers
      --Mark Wynter
    • December 27, 1963
      December 27, 1963
      Season 1 - Episode 21

      --The Rolling Stones - "I Wanna Be Your Man"
      --Stevie Wonder - "Fingertips - Pt 2"
      --Andrew Loog Oldham - appearing as guest DJ

    • December 16, 1966: Jimi Hendrix Experience, Marc Bolan, The Troggs

      --Marc Bolan - "Hippy Gumbo."
      --The Escorts - "Head To Toe."
      --The Four Tops (on film) - interview.
      --Jimi Hendrix Experience (Jimi Hendrix, Noel Redding and Mitch Mitchell) - "Hey Joe" (their U.K. TV debut).
      --The Merseys - "Rhythm Of Love."
      --Keith Relf (of the Yardbirds) - "Shapes In My Mind."
      --Victor Sylvester - "You're Dancing On My Heart."
      --The Troggs - "5-4-3-2-1," "Anyway That You Want Me" and "I Can Only Give You Everything" (last song with closing credits).

    • October 23, 1964: Dave Clark 5, Marianne Faithfull, The Rolling Stones, Sandie Shaw, Dusty Springfield

      --The Rolling Stones - "Cry to Me" and "She Said Yeah."

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Dave Clark Five - "Anyway You Want It."
      --Marianne Faithfull - "Blowin' in the Wind."
      --Sandie Shaw - "There's Always Something There To Remind Me."
      --Dusty Springfield - "Losing You."

    • February 12, 1965: Donovan, Manfred Mann, Millie, Sandie Shaw, Dusty Springfield

      --Donovan - "Talking Donovan Blues."

      Scheduled guests:
      --Manfred Mann - "Come Tomorrow."
      --Dusty Springfield - "Your Hurtin' Kind Of Love."
      --The Nashville Teens - "Find My Way Back Home."
      --Sandie Shaw - "I'll Stop At Nothing."
      --Millie (a.k.a Millie Small).

    • March 11, 1966: James Brown and the Famous Flames

      --James Brown and the Famous Flames (The James Brown Revue) perform "I Got You" and many of their other songs.

    • October 21, 1966: Lee Dorsey, Georgie Fame, The Who

      --The Who - "Batman," "Bucket T," "I'm A Boy," "Disguises," and "My Generation/Rule Britania."
      --Also, The Who mime to Cliff Richard's "Summer Holiday."

      --Lee Dorsey - "Holy Cow."
      --Georgie Fame - "Sunny."

    • November 8, 1963: The Dave Clark Five, John Leyton, Patsy Ann Noble

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Dave Clark Five - "Glad All Over" (charted 21Nov63 UK).
      --Michael Cox
      --John Leyton
      --Patsy Ann Noble - "It's Better To Cry Today."

      --The Beatles - "She Loves You" (a repeat clip taken from the 4 October 1963 show).

    • December 10, 1965: Spencer Davis Group. The Kinks, Manfred Mann, The McCoys, Rockin' Berries

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Kinks - "Till The End Of The Day."
      --Manfred Mann - "There's No Living Without Your Loving."
      --The McCoys - "Hang On Sloopy."
      --The Rockin' Berries
      --The Spencer Davis Group - "Keep On Running."
      --Dodie West

    • December 3, 1965: Fontella Bass, The Hollies, Major Lance, Ketty Lester, Walker Brothers, The Who, etc.

      Scheduled guests:
      --Fontella Bass - "Rescue Me."
      --Wayne Fontana - "It Was Easier To Hurt Her."
      --The Hollies - "If I Needed Someone."
      --Major Lance
      --Ketty Lester
      --The Toys - "A Lover's Concerto."
      --The Walker Brothers - "My Ship Is Coming In."
      --The Who - "My Generation."

    • November 26, 1965: The Animals, Herman's Hermits, Peter and Gordon, The Who, etc.

      --The Who - "Love Hurts" & "Runaround Sue" (two songs they never issued studio versions of).

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Animals - "It's My Life."
      --Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames - "Something."
      --Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas - "Neon City."
      --Peter and Gordon - "Baby I'm Yours."
      --Herman's Hermits - "A Must To Avoid."
      --Sue and Sunny

    • January 21, 1966: Dusty Springfield, Donovan, The Nashville Teens

      Scheduled guests:
      --Donovan - "Josie" (and possibly "Little Tin Soldier").
      --The Nashville Teens - "The Hard Way."
      --Dusty Springfield - "Little By Little."

    • November 12, 1965: Marc Bolan, Tom Jones, Nashville Teens, Wilson Pickett, The Small Faces, Sylvie Vartan

      --Marc Bolan - "The Wizzard" (his first single).

      Other guests (scheduled):
      --Johnny Halliday
      --Tom Jones - "Thunderball."
      --The Nashville Teens - "I Know How It Feels To Be Loved."
      --Wilson Pickett - "Don't Fight It" and "In The Midnight Hour."
      --The Small Faces - "I've Got Mine."
      --Sylvie Vartan

    • November 5, 1965: Donovan, The Moody Blues, Sir Douglas Quintet, Paul and Barry Ryan, The Who

      --The Who - "My Generation."
      --Sir Douglas Quintet.
      --Lesley Duncan.
      --Paul and Barry Ryan - "Don't Bring Me Heartaches."

      Additional guests (scheduled to appear):
      --Donovan - "Turquoise."
      --The Moody Blues - " Everyday."

    • November 19, 1965: Gerry and The Pacemakers, The Searchers, The Who

      Scheduled guests:
      --Chris Andrews - "Yesterday Man" & "To Whom It Concerns."
      --Gerry and The Pacemakers - "Walk Hand In Hand."
      --Keith Powell
      --The Searchers - "Take Me For What I'm Worth."
      --The Who - "My Generation."

      Guests (according to internet sources):
      --Gerry and The Pacemakers
      --Gillian Hill
      --The Kinks - "Till The End Of The Day."
      --Keith Powell
      --The Searchers
      --The Who - "Shout And Shimmy."

    • February 4, 1966: Adam Faith, The Spencer Davis Group

      Scheduled guests:
      --Adam Faith - "Idle Gossip" (and possibly "If Ever You Need Me").
      --The Spencer Davis Group - "Keep On Running."

    • January 14, 1966: The Kinks, Fontella Bass, Lee Dorsey, Patti LaBelle, Tom Jones

      --The Kinks - "Till The End Of The Day" and "Where Have All the Good Times Gone?"

      Additional Guests (scheduled to appear):
      --Fontella Bass - "Recovery."
      --Lee Dorsey - "Get Out Of My Life Woman."
      --Patti LaBelle and the Blue Belles - "All Or Nothing" and "Over The Rainbow."
      --Tom Jones

    • January 7, 1966: The Exciters, Georgie Fame, The Hollies

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Exciters - "A Little Bit Of Soap."
      --Georgie Fame
      --The Hollies - "I Can't Let Go."

    • January 31, 1965: RSG! The New Year Starts Here! (1966 New Years Show)

      THE NEW YEAR STARTS HERE (Special New Years Show) ITV network from 10:52 pm until midnight (or until close-down).

      Introduced by Keith Fordyce and Cathy McGowan

      The Animals
      Chris Andrews
      Dave Berry
      The Dave Clark Five
      Tom Jones
      The Kinks
      Kenny Lynch
      The Rolling Stones - "Satisfaction" & "Get Off Of My Cloud."
      The Searchers - "Take Me For What I'm Worth."
      Dusty Springfield

      Also guesting, but not credited, Alfie Bass and Bill Fraser (Bootsie and Snudge) miming to The Righteous Brothers hit single "You've Lost That Loving Feeling"

      r.adams207 submitted the following song titles:
      The Who - "I Can't Explain."
      Chris Andrews - "Girl Don't Come."
      Tom Jones - "Chills And Fever."
      Lulu - "Shout."

    • December 24, 1965: 1965 Christmas Show

      The RSG Pantomime with
      --Cilla Black (as the storyteller)
      --Cathy McGowan (as Cinderella)
      --The Who's Pete Townshend (as the wicked stepmother)
      --Herman's Hermits' Peter Noone (as the Prince)
      --The Kinks' Ray Davies (as an ugly sister)
      --The Animals' Hilton Valentine (as an ugly sister)
      --Eric Burdon (as the fairy godmother)
      --The Hollies' Graham Nash and Bobby Elliott (as pantomime horse)

      --The Who - "Jingle Bells" "My Generation" "The Kids Are Alright" and "Baby Don't You Do It."
      --The Animals
      --Chris Farlowe
      --Herman's Hermits - possibly "A Must To Avoid."
      --The Hollies - possibly "If I Needed Someone."
      --The Kinks - "Till The End Of The Day."
      Plus, various skits, and a finale of "White Christmas" sung by all participants.

      Also appearing? (scheduled guests):
      --Dave Dee, Dozy Beaky, Mick and Titch - "You Make It Move."
      --Donovan - "Turquoise."
      --Spencer Davis Group - "Keep On Running."
      --Paul Jones
      --Alan Price (possibly The Alan Price Set)

    • January 28, 1966: The Small Faces, Sandie Shaw, Paul & Barry Ryan

      Scheduled guests:
      --Sandie Shaw - "Tomorrow."
      --The Small Faces - "Sha La La La Lee."
      --Paul & Barry Ryan - "Have Pity On The Boy."
      From an internet source:
      --The Who - "Circles."

    • December 17, 1965: The Fourmost, Tom Jones, Cleo Laine, Joe Tex, Walker Brothers, Dee Dee Warwick

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Fourmost - "Girls Girls Girls."
      --Tom Jones and the Squires
      --Cleo Laine
      --Joe Tex and his Trio
      --The Walker Brothers - "My Ship Is Coming In."
      --Dee Dee Warwick

    • July 2, 1965: The Who, Peter Cook and Dudley Moore

      Surviving footage:
      --The Who - "Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere" and "Shout And Shimmy."
      --Peter Cook and Dudley Moore - "Goodbye-ee" (probably from July 2, 1965).

      Scheduled guests:
      Kenny Lynch - "I'll Stay By You."
      Manfred Mann - "The One In The Middle."
      Nina Simone.
      The Ad Libs.

    • Dave Clark 5; The Yardbirds; The Merseybeats
      Scheduled guests: --Dave Berry - "I'm Gonna Take You There" --The Dave Clark Five - "Over And Over" --The Ivy League - "Our Love Is Slipping Away" --The Merseybeats - "I Love You Yes I Do" --The Yardbirds - "Evil Hearted You" & "Still I'm Sad"
    • October 22, 1965: The Animals, Chris Farlowe, The Rolling Stones, The Searchers

      --The Rolling Stones - "Cry To Me," "She Said Yeah," "Get Off Of My Cloud."
      --The Animals - "We Gotta Get Out Of This Place" and "I'm Gonna Change The World."

      Additional guests (scheduled to appear):
      --The Searchers - "When I Get Home."
      --Chris Farlowe
      --Scott Hamilton

    • August 13, 1965: The Animals, Nico, Sonny and Cher, Walker Brothers

      --The Animals - "Talkin' About You" & "Let The Good Times Roll."
      --Sonny and Cher

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Animals - "We've Gotta Get Out Of This Place."
      --Nico - "I'm Not Sayin'."
      --The Walker Brothers - "Make It Easy On Yourself."

    • June 18, 1965: Solomon Burke, The Marvelettes, Them

      Scheduled guests:
      --Solomon Burke
      --The Marvelettes
      --Them - "One More Time."

    • July 30, 1965: The Breakaways, The Kinks, The Yardbirds

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Breakaways
      --The Kinks - "See My Friends."
      --Crista Nelli
      --Bobby Solo
      --The Yardbirds - "My Girl Sloopy."

    • July 23, 1965: Dave Berry, Marianne Faithfull, Moody Blues, Pretty Things, P.J. Proby, Simon & Garfunkel

      Scheduled guests:
      --Dave Berry - "This Strange Effect."
      --Marianne Faithfull - "Summer Nights."
      --The Moody Blues - "From The Bottom Of My Heart."
      --P.J. Proby - "Let The Water Run Down."
      --The Pretty Things - "Cry To Me."
      --Simon & Garfunkel - "I Am A Rock."

    • July 16, 1965: The Animals, Georgie Fame, Nina Simone, Dusty Springfield

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Animals - "We Gotta Get Out Of This Place"
      --Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames - "Like We Used To Be"
      --Dusty Springfield - "In The Middle Of Nowhere"
      --Inez & Charlie Foxx
      --Nina Simone

    • July 9, 1965
      July 9, 1965
      Season 2 - Episode 45

      --The Yardbirds - "Heart Full Of Soul."

      Additional guests (scheduled to appear):
      --The Dave Clark Five - "Catch Us If You Can."
      --Goldie and the Gingerbreads - "Sailor Boy."
      --The Ivy League - "Tossing & Turning."
      --Kenny Lynch - "I'll Stay by You."
      --Simon Scott

    • June 25, 1965: The Animals, Donovan, Bobby Goldsboro, The Hollies, P.J. Proby

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Animals - "We Gotta Get Out Of This Place."
      --Donovan - "Colours."
      --Bobby Goldsboro - "Voodoo Woman."
      --The Hollies - "I'm Alive."
      --P.J. Proby - "Let The Water Run Down."

    • August 20, 1965: Donovan, Wayne Fontana, Herman's Hermits, The Alan Price Set

      Scheduled guests:
      --Donovan - "Universal Soldier."
      --Wayne Fontana & the Mindbenders - "She Needs Love."
      --Herman's Hermits - "Just A Little Bit Better."
      --The Alan Price Set - "Any Day Now."

    • August 27, 1965: The Rolling Stones, The Hollies, Lulu, The Yardbirds

      --The Rolling Stones - "Mercy Mercy," "Cry To Me" and "Satisfaction."
      --The Rolling Stones - "Apache" (the Shadows' song that the Stones never issued on record. This song performed without Mick, during closing credits).

      Additional guests (scheduled to appear):
      --The Hollies - "Look Through Any Window."
      --Georgie Fame
      --Lulu - "Try to Understand."
      --The Yardbirds

    • October 15, 1965: Georgie Fame, The Fortunes, Graham Bond Organisation, Ben E. King, Lulu, Dusty Springfield

      Scheduled guests:
      --Ben E. King
      --Lulu - "Try to Understand."
      --Dusty Springfield - "Some of Your Lovin'."
      --Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames - "Something."
      --The Fortunes - "Here It Comes Again."
      --Graham Bond Organisation

    • October 8, 1965: The Everly Brothers, The Supremes

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Everly Brothers - "Love Is Strange."
      --The Supremes.

    • October 1, 1965: The Exciters, The Searchers, The Yardbirds

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Exciters.
      --The Searchers - "When I Get Home."
      --The Yardbirds - "Evil Hearted You" & "Still I'm Sad."

    • September 24, 1965: Wayne Fontana, Lou Johnson, Manfred Mann

      Scheduled guests:
      --Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders - "She Needs Love."
      --Manfred Mann - "If You Gotta Go, Go Now."
      --Lou Johnson

      Also appearing?
      --Sandie Shaw - "Message Understood."

    • September 17, 1965: The Hollies, Gary Lewis, Small Faces, Dusty Springfield

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Hollies - "Look Through Any Window."
      --Gary Lewis & The Playboys
      --The Small Faces - "Whatcha Gonna Do About It?"
      --Dusty Springfield - "Some Of Your Lovin'."

    • September 10, 1965: The Rolling Stones, The Preachers, Chris Farlowe, Manfred Mann

      Surviving footage:
      --The Rolling Stones (taped 02 Sep 1965) - "Oh Baby (We've Got A Good Thing Goin')," "That's How Strong My Love Is" and "Satisfaction" (last song w/closing credits).
      --The Rolling Stones, Andrew Loog Oldham and Cathy McGowan mime to Sonny & Cher's record "I Got You Babe." (Segment begins with Mick Jagger introducing "a new group from Leighton Buzzard.")

      Additional guests (footage not known to survive):
      --The Preachers (a British band, introduced by Bill Wyman).
      Scheduled guests:
      --Chris Farlowe
      --Goldie & the Gingerbreads
      --Manfred Mann - "If You Gotta Go Go Now."

    • September 3, 1965: The Honeycombs, Walker Brothers, The Who, The Zombies
      Guests (from various sources):
      --The Who - "My Generation" and "Dancing In The Street."
      --Big Dee Irwin
      --Lou Johnson
      --The Zombies - "Whenever You're Ready."
      --Walker Brothers - "Make It Easy on Yourself"
      --The Honeycombs - "That's the Way."
    • August 9, 1963: RSG Debut
      August 9, 1963: RSG Debut
      Season 1 - Episode 1

      Presenters: Keigh Fordyce & David Gell

      --Chris Barber - interview.
      --Joyce Blair - in an interview, reveals that she is the "Miss X" (who recorded the single "I am Miss X").
      --Pat Boone introduces a clip from his movie "The Main Attraction."
      --Billy Fury - "In Summer" and "Somebody Else's Girl."
      --Burl Ives sings "Ugly Bug Ball" and introduces a clip from the movie "Summer Magic."
      --Joe Loss judges a dance contest.
      --Brian Poole and The Tremeloes - "Twist And Shout" & "Do You Love Me?"
      --Janette Scott - appears as this week's guest DJ (she chooses Diane Ray's "Please Don't Talk to the Lifeguard").

    • February 11, 1966: The Animals, The Action, Len Barry, Breakaways, James Brown

      --The Animals - "Maudie" and "Inside Looking Out."

      Scheduled guests:
      --Len Barry - "Like A Baby."
      --Breakaway (possibly The Breakaways).
      --The Action
      --James Brown

    • February 18, 1966: Boz, The Hollies, Tom Jones, The Yardbirds

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Hollies - "I Can't Let Go"
      --Tom Jones and the Squires - "Thunderball"
      --The Yardbirds - "Shapes of Things" and "You're A Better Man Than I"

    • September 23, 1966: The Breakaways / Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich / The Walker Brothers

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Breakaways.
      --Dave Dee,Dozy,Beaky,Mick & Tich - "Bend It."
      --The Walker Brothers - "Another Tear Falls."

    • September 16, 1966: The Otis Redding Special

      --Otis Redding - "Satisfaction," "My Girl" and "Respect."
      --Eric Burdon - "Hold on I'm Coming."
      --Chris Farlowe - "It's A Man's Man's Man's World."
      --Otis Redding - "Pain in My Heart" and "I Can't Turn You Loose."
      --Otis Redding, Eric Burton, Chris Farlowe - "Shake" and "Land of 1000 Dances."

    • September 9, 1966
      September 9, 1966
      Season 4 - Episode 2

      Scheduled guests:
      --Eddie Cave and the Fyx
      --David Garrick - "Dear Mrs. Applebee."
      --Zoot Money & Big Roll Band - "Big Time Operator."
      --Peter and Gordon - "Lady Godiva."
      --Twice As Much - "Step Out Of Line."
      --The Who - "I'm A Boy" and "Heat Wave."

    • September 2, 1966: Wayne Fontana, The Fortunes, Sandie Shaw, Spencer Davis Group

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Spencer Davis Group - "When I Come Home."
      --Wayne Fontana - "Goodbye Bluebird."
      --The Fortunes - "Is It Really Worth Your While?"
      --Sandie Shaw - "Run."

    • August 26, 1966: The Mindbenders, The Overlanders, Small Faces, Sonny and Cher

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Mindbenders - "Ashes to Ashes."
      --The Overlanders - "Go Where You Wanna Go."
      --The Small Faces - "All Or Nothing."
      --Sonny & Cher - "Little Man."

    • August 19, 1966: Cliff Bennett, Salena Jones, Manfred Mann, Twice As Much, The Who

      Scheduled guests:
      --Cliff Bennett and The Rebel Rousers - "Got To Get You Into My Life."
      --Salena Jones - "I Am Yours."
      --Manfred Mann - "Just Like A Woman" (and/or "You Gave Me Somebody To Love").
      --Twice As Much
      --The Who - "A Legal Matter" and "I'm A Boy."

    • August 5, 1966: The Troggs
      August 5, 1966: The Troggs
      Season 3 - Episode 49

      --The Troggs - "With A Girl Like You."

      Other guests unknown.

    • July 29, 1966: Manfred Mann, Joe Tex

      Scheduled guests:
      --Manfred Mann - "Just Like A Woman."
      --Joe Tex and his Band

    • September 30, 1966
      September 30, 1966
      Season 4 - Episode 5
    • October 7, 1966: The Rolling Stones, Eric Burdon, Paul and Barry Ryan

      --The Rolling Stones - "Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow," "Paint It, Black" and "Lady Jane."

      Scheduled guests:
      --Paul & Barry Ryan - "Have You Ever Loved Somebody?"
      --Eric Burdon (possibly Eric Burdon & The Animals - "Help Me Girl").

    • December 9, 1966: Marc Bolan, Bobby Hebb, The Move, Alan Price Set

      Scheduled guests:
      --Marc Bolan - "Bolan's Dream."
      --Bobby Hebb - "A Satisfied Mind."
      --The Move - "Night Of Fear."
      --The Alan Price Set - "Willow Weep For Me"/"Yours Until Tomorrow."

    • December 2, 1966: Herman's Hermits; Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich

      Scheduled guests include:
      Herman's Hermits - "East West."
      Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich - "Save Me."

    • November 25, 1966: Donovan, Ben E. King, Little Richard

      Scheduled guests:
      --Donovan - "Sunshine Superman."
      --Ben E. King
      --Little Richard - "I Need Love."

    • November 18, 1966: Eric Burdon, Paul Butterfield Blues Band, The Four Tops, Small Faces

      --The Breakaways
      --Eric Burdon (formerly of the Animals) - "Jailhouse Rock" and "Help Me Girl."
      --The Paul Butterfield Blues Band - "I'm Dropping Out On You."
      --The Four Tops - "Baby, I Need Your Loving," "I Can't Help Myself" and "Reach Out, I'II Be There."
      --The Small Faces - "(Tell Me) Have You Ever Seen Me" and "My Mind's Eye."
      --Kathy McGowan interviews Pete Quaife and Dave Davies of the Kinks.

      Also appearing:
      --RSG! dancers Sandy Sarjeant, Georgie Allen and Celia Hetherington.

    • November 11, 1966: Cilla Black, Spencer Davis Group, Wayne Fontana, Françoise Hardy

      Scheduled guests:
      --Cilla Black - "A Fool Am I."
      --The Spencer Davis Group - "Gimme Some Loving."
      --Wayne Fontana - "Pamela Pamela."
      --Françoise Hardy
      --Geno Washington & the Ram Jam Band - "Que Sera Sera."

    • November 4, 1966: Cream, Bobby Darin, Manfred Mann

      --Cream - "Wrapping Paper" & "N.S.U."

      Scheduled guests:
      --Bobby Darin - "If I Were A Carpenter."
      --Manfred Mann - "Semi-Detached Suburban Mr James."

    • October 28, 1966: Dave Clark 5, Bobby Goldsboro, Edwin Starr, The Troggs

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Dave Clark Five - "Nineteen Days."
      --Bobby Goldsboro
      --Edwin Starr
      --The Troggs - "I Can't Control Myself."

    • October 14, 1966: Paul Jones, Dusty Springfield

      Scheduled guests:
      --Paul Jones - "High Time."
      --Dusty Springfield - "All I See is You."

    • July 22, 1966: Madeline Bell, Dave Dee & Co., Paul and Barry Ryan, The Yardbirds

      Scheduled guests:
      --Madeline Bell - "Don't Come Running To Me" (and "I Really Got Carried Away").
      --Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich - "Hideaway."
      --Lee Drummond
      --Paul & Barry Ryan - "I Love How You Love Me."
      --The Yardbirds - "Farewell, Lost Woman."

    • July 15, 1966: David and Jonathan, Freddie and the Dreamers, Dusty Springfield

      Scheduled guests:
      --David and Jonathan- "Lovers Of The World Unite."
      --Freddie and the Dreamers - "Playboy."
      --Dusty Springfield - "Going Back."

    • July 8, 1966: The Walker Brothers Special

      --The Walker Brothers - "(Baby) You Don't Have To Tell Me."

      Scheduled guests:
      --Joy Marshall - "The More I See You."
      --Simon and Garfunkel - "I Am A Rock."
      --The Troggs - "With A Girl Like You."

    • April 22, 1966
      April 22, 1966
      Season 3 - Episode 34

      Scheduled guests:
      --Peter Cook and Dudley Moore
      --The Lovin' Spoonful - "Daydream"
      --Manfred Mann

    • April 15, 1966
      April 15, 1966
      Season 3 - Episode 33

      Scheduled guests:
      --Chris Andrews - "Something On My Mind"
      --The Lovin' Spoonful - "Daydream"
      --Dusty Springfield - "You Don't Have To Say You Love Me"
      --The Vibrations
      --Timi Yuro

    • April 8, 1966: Arthur Alexander, Cilla Black, Lou Christie, Martha & the Vandellas, The Shangri-Las
      Scheduled guests:

      --Arthur Alexander - "(Baby) For You."

      --Cilla Black - "Alfie."

      --Lou Christie - "Rhapsody In The Rain."

      --Don Covay - "Sookie Sookie."

      --Martha and the Vandellas

      --The Shangri-Las
    • April 1, 1966: Ready Steady Allez (from Paris, France)

      READY STEADY ALLEZ (Live from The Locomotive Discotechque, Paris, France)
      Hosted by Cathy McGowan and French singer Dick Rivers.

      --The Who - "My Generation" and "Substitute."
      --The Yardbirds - "Shapes Of Things."
      French acts Antoine, Huges Aufray, Mireille Mathieu, and Eddy Mitchell also performed.
      --Brian Jones and Bill Wyman made cameo, non-musical, appearances.
      Broadcast 7:00-7:30 pm, Rediffusion.

    • March 25, 1966: The Animals, Wilson Pickett, Dusty Springfield

      Scheduled guests:
      --Wilson Pickett - "634-5789."
      --The Animals - "Inside Looking Out."
      --Dusty Springfield - "You Don't Have To Say You Love Me."

      Also scheduled (but not listed in TV Times):
      --Robert Henry
      --Roy Orbison
      --Wilson Pickett
      --Mary Wells

    • March 18, 1966
      March 18, 1966
      Season 3 - Episode 29

      Scheduled guests:
      --Billy Fury - "I'll Never Quite Get Over You."
      --Barbara Lewis
      --Bob Lind - "Elusive Butterfly."
      --The Spencer Davis Group - "Somebody Help Me."
      --Irma Thomas
      --The Who - "Barbara Ann" and "Substitute."

    • March 4, 1966: David Bowie, Manfred Mann; The Small Faces, Spencer Davis Group, The Yardbirds

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Spencer Davis Group.
      --Manfred Mann.
      --The Small Faces - "Sha La La La Lee."
      --The Yardbirds - "Shapes Of Things."

      Also appearing:
      --David Bowie and the Buzz - "Can't Help Thinking About Me."

    • February 25, 1966: Billy J. Kramer, Doris Troy, The Walker Brothers

      Scheduled guests:
      --Doris Troy
      --Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas - "We're Doing Fine."
      --The Walker Brothers - "The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore."

    • April 29, 1966: Neil Christian, Pinkerton's Assorted Colours, The Yardbirds

      Scheduled guests:
      --Neil Christian - "That's Nice."
      --Pinkerton's Assorted Colours - "Don't Stop Loving Me Baby."
      --Keith Relf - "Mr. Zero."
      --The Yardbirds - "Jeff's Boogie."

    • May 6, 1966: Wayne Fontana, Tom Jones. Patti LaBelle, The Small Faces

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Small Faces - "Hey Girl."
      --Patti LaBelle and the Blue Belles - "Ebb Tide."
      --Wayne Fontana - "Come On Home."
      --Tom Jones - "Once There Was A Time" & "Not Responsible."

    • July 1, 1966: Chris Curtis; The Hollies, Dusty Springfield

      Scheduled guests:
      --Dusty Springfield - "Going Back."
      --Chris Curtis (formerly of The Searchers) - "Aggravation."
      --The Hollies - "Bus Stop."

    • June 24, 1966: The Kinks; Dave Berry; Tom Jones; Dave Dee & Co.

      Scheduled guests:
      --Tom Jones - "Not Responsible."
      --The Kinks - "Sunny Afternoon."
      --Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Titch - "Hideaway."
      --Dave Berry - "Mama."
      --Norma Tanega - "Walking My Cat Named Dog."

    • June 17, 1966: Chris Farlowe, Herman's Hermits, The Hollies, Gene Pitney

      --Chris Farlowe - "Out of Time" (Jagger/Richard's song).
      --Mick Jagger interviewed by Cathy McGowan

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Hollies - "Bus Stop."
      --Gene Pitney - "Nobody Needs Your Love."
      --Herman's Hermits - "This Door Swings Both Ways."

    • June 10, 1966: Tony Hazzard, Manfred Mann, Twice As Much

      Scheduled guests:
      --Manfred Mann - "You Gave Me Somebody To Love."
      --Twice As Much - "Sittin' On A Fence."
      --Tony Hazzard - "You'll Never Put Shackles On Me."

    • June 3, 1966
      June 3, 1966
      Season 3 - Episode 40

      Scheduled guests:
      --Cilla Black - "Don't Answer Me."
      --Billie Davis & Keith Powell - "You Don't Know Like I Know."
      --Roy C. - "Shotgun Wedding."
      --Oscar - "Club Of Lights."

      --The Beatles - "Paperback Writer" & "Rain" promo videos.

    • May 27, 1966: The Rolling Stones, Chris Andrews, The Animals, The Yardbirds

      Surviving footage (Rolling Stones segments):
      --The Rolling Stones - "I Am Waiting," "Under My Thumb" and "Paint It Black."

      Other guests (scheduled to appear, footage not known to survive):
      --Chris Andrews - "Whatcha Gonna Do Now?"
      --The Animals - "Don't Bring Me Down."
      --The Yardbirds - "Over Under Sideways Down."

    • May 20, 1966
      May 20, 1966
      Season 3 - Episode 38

      Scheduled guests:
      --Ben E. King
      --Paul and Barry Ryan - "I Love Her"
      --Sandie Shaw - "Nothing Comes Easy"

      From another source:
      --An interview with Bruce Johnston of The Beach Boys

    • May 13, 1966: The Everly Brothers; The Mindbenders; The Scaffold

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Scaffold - "2 Day's Monday" (and "3 Blind Jellyfish").
      --The Everly Brothers.
      --The Mindbenders - "Can't Live With You (Can't Live Without You)."

    • June 11, 1965: Marianne Faithfull, Lulu, Manfred Mann, Wayne Fontana
      Scheduled guests:
      --Dave Berry
      --Manfred Mann - "The One In The Middle."
      --Lulu - "Leave A Little Love."
      --Marianne Faithfull - "This Little Bird."
      --Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders - "Just A Little Bit Too Late."
    • June 4, 1965: The Kinks, The Rolling Stones, Les Surfs, The Yardbirds

      --The Kinks - "Set Me Free."
      --The Yardbirds - "Heart Full Of Soul."
      --The Rolling Stones - possibly "I'm Movin' On" and "I'm Alright" (tracks from their 'Got Live If You Want It!' EP).
      --Les Surfs (singing group from Madagascar).

      Scheduled guest Burt Bacharach may have also appeared.

    • May 28, 1965: Billy J. Kramer, The Moody Blues, The Soul Sisters

      Scheduled guests:
      --Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas - "Trains & Boats & Planes."
      --The Moody Blues - "From The Bottom Of My Heart."
      --The Soul Sisters

    • April 8, 1964: Rave Mad Mod Ball
      April 8, 1964: Rave Mad Mod Ball
      Season 1 - Episode 36

      Charity show broadcast live from the Empire Pool, Wembley

      --Rolling Stones - "Walking The Dog," "Not Fade Away," "High Heeled Sneakers" and "I'm All Right."

      Additional guests (scheduled to appear):
      --Billy J Kramer & The Dakotas
      --The Fourmost
      --The Merseybeats
      --Sounds Incorporated
      --The Searchers
      --Cilla Black
      --Freddie & The Dreamers
      --Kenny Lynch
      --Manfred Mann

    • April 3, 1964: The Rolling Stones, Manfred Mann. Billy J. Kramer, Sounds Inc., Madeline Bell

      --The Rolling Stones - "Not Fade Away" and "I Just Wanna Make Love To You."
      --Mic Jagger interview (by Cathy McGowan).

      Additional guests (scheduled to appear):
      --Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas
      --Manfred Mann - "Hubble Bubble (Toil & Trouble)."
      --Sounds Incorporated - "The Spartans."
      --Madeline Bell - "Don't Cross to My Side."

    • March 13, 1964
      March 13, 1964
      Season 1 - Episode 33

      Scheduled guests:
      --Petula Clark (singer, appearing as guest DJ)
      --Bern Elliott & Fenmen - "New Orleans"
      --Julie Grant
      --The Inferno

    • March 6, 1964: Adam Faith, MIke Hurst, The Merseybeats, The McKinleys

      Scheduled guests:
      --Adam Faith and the Roulettes - "If He Tells You."
      --The Merseybeats - "I Think Of You."
      --Louise Cordet
      --Mike Hurst
      --The McKinleys
      --The Marauders

    • February 28, 1964
      February 28, 1964
      Season 1 - Episode 31

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Hollies - "Just One Look"
      --Kathy Kirby - "Let Me Go Lover"
      --Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas - "Little Children"
      --Gene Pitney - "That Girl Belongs To Yesterday"
      --The Zephyrs

    • February 21, 1964
      February 21, 1964
      Season 1 - Episode 30

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Dave Clark Five - "Bits & Pieces"
      --Freddie and the Dreamers
      --Jess Conrad
      --Françoise Hardy
      --Big Dee Irwin
      --Tommy Quickly

    • February 14, 1964: The Crystals, The Rolling Stones, Dusty Springfield, Kenny Lynch

      --The Rolling Stones - "Not Fade Away," "I Wanna Be Your Man" and "You Better Move On."

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Crystals - "I Wonder."
      --Dusty Springfield - "Stay Awhile."
      --Heinz and the Woodpeckers
      --The Laurie Jay Combo
      --Kenny Lynch

    • February 7, 1964: Kiki Dee, Eden Kane, Ben E. King, The Kinks, Manfred Mann

      --The Kinks - "Long Tall Sally."

      Scheduled guests:
      --Kiki Dee
      --Eden Kane - "Boys Cry."
      --Ben E. King
      --John Leyton
      --Manfred Mann - "5-4-3-2-1."
      --Denny Seyton and the Sabres

    • April 17, 1964: Roy Orbison, Dave Berry, The Fourmost, Kathy Kirby, Helen Shapiro

      Scheduled guests:
      --Roy Orbison - "It's Over."
      --Helen Shapiro
      --Kathy Kirby - "You're The One."
      --The Fourmost - "A Little Loving."
      --Dave Berry - "Baby It's You."
      --The Escourts
      --Van Dyke and the Bambies
      --The Gamblers

    • April 24, 1964: Golden Rose TV-festival, Montreux, Switzerland

      From Montreux, Switzerland:
      --The Rolling Stones - "Mona," "Route 66" and "Not Fade Away."
      --Petula Clark
      --Kenny Lynch - "Stand By Me."
      --Les Surfs

      On tape: The Beatles - "Can't Buy Me Love" (repeat from 20-Mar-64)

      Additional guests (scheduled to appear):
      --Les Milliles

    • June 19, 1964: The Animals, The Crickets; Davie Jones and the King Bees

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Animals - "House Of The Rising Sun."
      --The Crickets - "(They Call Her) La Bamba."
      --Troy Dante & The Infernos - "Tell Me When."
      --Davie Jones (David Bowie) and the King Bees -"Liza Jane."

    • June 12, 1964: Dave Clark 5, Peter and Gordon, Jimmy Powell, Dusty Springfield
      Scheduled guests:

      The Dave Clark Five - "Can't You See That She's Mine?"

      Peter and Gordon - "Nobody I Know."

      Jimmy Powell and The 5 Dimensions.

      Dusty Springfield.
    • June 5, 1964: The Applejacks, Adam Faith, The Fortunes
      Scheduled guests:

      Adam Faith and the Roulettes - "I Love Being In Love With You."

      The Applejacks - "Like Dreamers Do."

      The Fortunes - "Come On Girl."
    • May 29, 1964: Kenny Lynch, Merseybeats, The Mojos, The Remo Four, Swinging Blue Jeans

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Swinging Blue Jeans - "You're No Good."
      --The Merseybeats - "Why Not Tonight."
      --Kenny Lynch - "Stand By Me."
      --The Remo Four
      --Polly Perkins
      --The Mojos

    • May 22, 1964: Françoise Hardy, Little Richard, Dionne Warwick, The Yardbirds

      --The Yardbirds - "I Wish You Would."

      Additional guests (scheduled to appear):
      --Dionne Warwick - "Walk On By."
      --Little Richard - "Bama Lama Bama Loo."
      --Francoise Hardy - "Tous Les Garcons Et Les Filles."
      --The Dennisons - "Walkin' The Dog."
      --Mark Wynter - "Only You."
      --The Laurie Jay Combo

    • May 15, 1964: Dave Clark 5, The Hollies, Eden Kane, Susan Maughan, The Pretty Things

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Dave Clark Five - "Can't You See That She's Mine?"
      --The Hollies - "Here I Go Again."
      --Eden Kane
      --Susan Maughan
      --The Pretty Things
      --The Andree Silver
      --The Monotones

    • May 8, 1964: The Animals, Little Richard, Brian Poole and The Tremeloes, Carl Perkins, The Swinging Blue Jeans

      Carl Perkins - "Matchbox."

      Additional guests (scheduled to appear):
      Little Richard - "Bama Lama Bama Loo."
      The Animals.
      The Fourmost.
      Brian Poole and the Tremeloes - "Someone Someone."
      Mike Berry.
      The Swinging Blue Jeans.

    • May 1, 1964: Cilla Black, Billy Fury, Lulu, The Four Pennies, P.J. Proby (interview)

      The scheduled guests (according to newspapers & TV magazines) were Cilla Black, Billy Fury, The Four Pennies, Freddie and the Dreamers, Tommy Quickly and Bobby Shafto.

      Surviving footage (probably from May 1, 1964):
      Presenters: Michael Aldred and Keith Fordyce.
      Lulu - "Shout."
      Cilla Black - "You're My World."
      Billy Fury - "I Will" and "Nothin' Shakin' (but the Leaves On The Trees)."
      The Four Pennies - "Juliet."

      'Mime Time' contest judged by Lionel Morton (of the Four Pennies). Four girls mime to Ella Fitzgerald's "Can't Buy Me Love."
      Keith Fordyce interviews P.J. Proby. Proby talks about his previous career...doing demo discs for Elvis Presley. The audience dances to Proby's record "Hold Me."

    • January 31, 1964
      January 31, 1964
      Season 1 - Episode 27

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Barron Knights - "Comin' Home Baby"
      --Cilla Black - "Anyone Who Had A Heart"
      --Gerry and the Pacemakers - "I'm The One"
      --The Merseybeats - "I Think Of You"
      --Brian Poole and the Tremeloes - "Candy Man"

    • January 24, 1964
      January 24, 1964
      Season 1 - Episode 26

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Searchers - "Needles & Pins"
      --The Bachelors
      --Susan Maughan
      --Tony Sheridan
      --Phil Spector

    • January 17, 1964
      January 17, 1964
      Season 1 - Episode 25

      Scheduled guests:
      --Joe Brown and his Bruvvers
      --Eden Kane - "Boys Cry"
      --Marty Wilde and the Velvettes

    • October 18, 1963
      October 18, 1963
      Season 1 - Episode 11

      Scheduled guests:
      --Brook Benton
      --Dee Dee Sharp
      --Timi Yuro

    • September 27, 1963
      September 27, 1963
      Season 1 - Episode 8

      --Cilla Black (her TV debut) - "Love of the Loved" (and possibly "Shy of Love")
      Scheduled guests:
      --Adam Faith and the Roulettes - "The First Time"

    • September 20, 1963
      September 20, 1963
      Season 1 - Episode 7

      Scheduled guests:
      --Hank Locklin (country singer)
      --Acker Bilk
      --Duffy Power

    • September 13, 1963
      September 13, 1963
      Season 1 - Episode 6

      Scheduled guests:
      --Roy Orbison
      --Freddie and the Dreamers - "I'm Telling You Now"
      --Kenny Lynch

    • September 6, 1963
      September 6, 1963
      Season 1 - Episode 5

      Scheduled guests:
      --Jimmy Justice
      --Tommy Roe - "Everybody."
      --The Searchers - "Sweets For My Sweet."

    • August 30, 1963
      August 30, 1963
      Season 1 - Episode 4

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Springfields - "Come On Home"
      --Johnny Kidd & the Pirates - "I'll Never Get Over You"

    • August 23, 1963
      August 23, 1963
      Season 1 - Episode 3

      --The Rolling Stones (1st appearance) - "Come On"
      Scheduled guests:
      --Jet Harris & Tony Meehan - "Applejack"
      --Little Peggy March - "Hello Heartache Goodbye Love"

    • August 16, 1963
      August 16, 1963
      Season 1 - Episode 2

      --Shane Fenton
      --Tom Courtney
      --Jet Harris and Tony Meehan
      The presenters were Keith Fordyce and David Gell (who had both previously worked on "Thank Your Lucky Stars")

    • October 25, 1963
      October 25, 1963
      Season 1 - Episode 12

      Scheduled guests:
      --Joe Brown and the Bruvvers - "Sally Ann"
      --Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas
      --Del Shannon - "Sue's Gotta Be Mine"
      --Peter Jay & The Jaywalkers
      --The Tornadoes

    • November 1, 1963: Mark Wynter, Tommy Quickly, The Big Three, Polly Perkins

      Scheduled guests:
      --Mark Wynter - "It's Almost Tomorrow."
      --The Caravelles
      --Polly Perkins
      --The Big Three
      --Tommy Quickly

    • January 10, 1964: The Classmates, Georgie Fame, Manfred Mann, Helen Shapiro

      --Georgie Fame - "Do The Dog."

      Scheduled guests:
      --Helen Shapiro - "Fever."
      --Manfred Mann - "5-4-3-2-1."
      --The ates

    • January 3, 1964: Dave Berry, Georgie Fame, Tony Meehan, The Ronettes

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Ronettes - "Baby I Love You."
      --Dave Berry - "My Baby Left Me."
      --Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames
      --Tony Meehan and his Combo - "Song Of Mexico."

    • December 20, 1963
      December 20, 1963
      Season 1 - Episode 20

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Fourmost - "I'm in Love"
      --Billy Fury
      --Dusty Springfield - "I Only Want to Be With You"

    • December 13, 1963
      December 13, 1963
      Season 1 - Episode 19

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Dave Clark Five - "Glad All Over"
      --Mike Hurst (formerly of the Springfields)
      --Doug Sheldon

    • December 6, 1963: Adam Faith, Ted Heath, The Searchers, Marty Wilde

      Scheduled guests:
      --Adam Faith and the Roulettes - "We Are In Love."
      --The Searchers - "Sugar and Spice."
      --Marty Wilde
      --Daryl Quist - "Thanks to You."
      --Chris Sandford
      --Ted Heath

    • November 29, 1963
      November 29, 1963
      Season 1 - Episode 17

      Scheduled guests:
      --Glenda Collins
      --The Hollies - "Stay"
      --Mike Same
      --The Orchids - "Gonna Make Him Mine"
      --Manfred Mann - "5-4-3-2-1" (RSG's new theme song).

    • November 22, 1963
      November 22, 1963
      Season 1 - Episode 16

      --The Rolling Stones - "I Wanna Be Your Man"
      Scheduled guests:
      --Gerry and the Pacemakers - "You'll Never Walk Alone"
      --Freddie and the Dreamers - "You Were Made For Me"
      --Kathy Kirby - "Secret Love"
      --Kenny Lynch
      --Mitch Murray

    • November 15, 1963
      November 15, 1963
      Season 1 - Episode 15

      Scheduled guests:
      --Gene Pitney
      --Brian Poole and the Tremeloes - "I Can Dance" (charted 28Nov63 UK)
      --Dusty Springfield - "I Only Want To Be With You"
      --Johnny Kidd & The Pirates
      --Heinz (probably Heinz Burt, formerly of the Tornados)
      Another souce listed these guests:
      --Brook Benton
      --Lesley Gore
      --Trini Lopez
      --Timi Yuro

    • June 26, 1964: The Rolling Stones, Millie Small, Merseybeats, The McKinleys, Janice Nichols

      --The Rolling Stones - "It's All Over Now" and "Good Times Bad Times."

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Jynx
      --The McKinleys
      --The Merseybeats - "Wishin' & Hopin'."
      --Janice Nichols (TV personality) appearing on RSG! as the "Mime Time" judge.
      --Millie Small (a.k.a. Millie) - "Sweet William."

    • July 10, 1964: Manfred Mann, Dusty Springfield, The Searchers, Dusty Springfield, The Pete Best Four
      Scheduled guests:

      Manfred Mann - "Do Wah Diddy Diddy."

      The Searchers - "Someday We're Gonna Love Again."

      Dusty Springfield - "I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself."

      The Four Pennies - "I Found Out The Hard Way."

      The Pete Best Four.

      The Leroys.
    • March 5, 1965: Petula Clark, The Moody Blues

      Scheduled guests:
      --Petula Clark - "I Know A Place."
      --The Moody Blues - "I Don't Want To Go On Without You."

    • The Rolling Stones; The Who; Dave Clark 5; Animals
      --The Rolling Stones - "The Last Time," "Everybody Needs Somebody To Love"/"Pain In My Heart," "Play With Fire" and "I'm Moving On"
      --The Who - "I Can't Explain"
      Additional guests (scheduled):
      --The Dave Clark Five - "Reelin' & Rockin'"
      --The Animals - "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood"
    • February 19, 1965: Donovan, Georgie Fame, Roy Orbison, The Searchers, Crispian St. Peters

      --Donovan - "Talking Pop Star Blues."

      Additional guests (scheduled to appear):
      --Roy Orbison - "Goodnight."
      --Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames - "In The Meantime."
      --The Searchers - "Goodbye My Love."
      --Crispian St. Peters - "At This Moment."

    • January 29, 1965: The Animals, Elkie Brooks, The Hollies, The Who

      Guests/songs (from audio tape posted on YouTube):
      --The Animals - "Club A Go-Go" and "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood."
      --The Hollies - "Yes I Will" and "Nobody."
      --Goldie and the Gingerbreads - "Can't You Hear My Heart Beat?"
      --The Animals, Elkie Brooks, and Goldie & the Gingerbreads - "Hey Ba-Ba-Re-Bop."

      Also appearing?
      --The Who - "I Can't Explain" (believed to be the Who's British TV debut).

      Scheduled guests Donovan, Rick and Sandy, Ron and Mel, and Rhythm & Blues Inc. may have also appeared on this episode.

    • Dave Clark Five; Wayne Fontana & the Mindbenders; Billy J. Kramer
      Scheduled guests:
      --Dave Clark Five - "Everybody Knows"
      --Wayne Fontana & the Mindbenders - "Game Of Love"
      --Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas
    • The Rolling Stones; Righteous Brothers; The Kinks; Del Shannon
      --The Rolling Stones - "What a Shame," "Time Is On My Side" and "Down The Road Apiece"
      Scheduled guests:
      --The Kinks - "Tired Of Waiting For You"
      --The Righteous Brothers - "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'"
      --Del Shannon - "Keep Searchin' (We'll Follow The Sun)"
    • January 8, 1965: Cilla Black, The Rockin' Berries, Sonny Boy Williamson

      Scheduled guests:
      --Cilla Black - "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'."
      --The Rockin' Berries - "What In The World's Come Over You?"
      --Sonny Boy Williamson

    • RSG! The New Year Starts Here! (1965 New Years Show)
      "Ready, Steady, Go! The New Year Starts Here"
      London, Television House, Kingsway.
      --Interviews with members of The Stones
      --The Rolling Stones (performances from the 20-Nov-64 RSG!) - "Around And Around," "Little Red Rooster" and "Off the Hook." Also Mick Jagger demonstrates a new dancing style.
      Scheduled guests:
      --The Animals
      --The Dave Clark Five
      --Freddie and the Dreamers
      --The Kinks
      --Kenny Lynch
      --Manfred Mann
      --Susan Maughan
      --Sandie Shaw
      --Dusty Springfieldmoreless
    • March 12, 1965: Donovan, Gerry and the Pacemakers, Francoise Hardy, Temptations, Stevie Wonder

      Scheduled guests:
      --Donovan - "Catch the Wind."
      --Gary Farr and the T-Bones
      --Gerry and the Pacemakers - "I'll Be There"
      --Françoise Hardy - "All Over The World."
      --The Temptations
      --Little Stevie Wonder

    • March 19, 1965: Dave Clark 5, Kinks, Martha & the Vandellas, The Miracles, Them, Yardbirds

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Dave Clark Five - "Reelin' & Rockin'."
      --Martha and the Vandellas - "Nowhere To Run."
      --The Kinks - "Everybody's Gonna Be Happy."
      --Them (with Van Morrison) - "Here Comes The Night."
      --Dave Berry - "Little Things."
      --The Miracles
      --Bobby Vee
      --The Yardbirds - "For Your Love."

    • May 14, 1965: Dave Clark Five, The Hollies, The Kinks, Sandie Shaw, Spencer Davis Group

      --The Hollies
      --The Kinks - "Set Me Free" and "Wonder Where My Baby Is Tonight."
      --Sandie Shaw - "Long Live Love."
      --The Spencer Davis Group - possibly "Strong Love."
      --The Dave Clark Five - "Come Home."

    • May 7, 1965: The Everly Brothers, Sandie Shaw, Unit Four Plus Two

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Everly Brothers - "The Price of Love."
      --Unit Four Plus Two (Unit 4+2) - "You've Never Been In Love Like This Before."
      --Sandie Shaw - "Long Live Love" (also scheduled for next week's show).

    • April 30, 1965
      April 30, 1965
      Season 2 - Episode 35

      Scheduled guests:
      --Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames
      --Bertice Reading

    • April 23, 1965
      April 23, 1965
      Season 2 - Episode 34

      Scheduled guests:
      --Cilla Black - "I've Been Wrong Before"
      --Tom Jones - "Once Upon A Time"
      --The Moody Blues
      --John Mayall's Bluesbreakers

    • April 16, 1965
      April 16, 1965
      Season 2 - Episode 33

      Live from The Ricky Tick Club, Windsor:
      --John Lennon and George Harrison interviewed by Cathy McGowan
      --Adam Faith - "I Need Your Lovin'" (with John Lennon, George Harrison and others singing along) An audio recording of this performance survives.
      Also appearing:
      --Don & Dee Dee Ford
      --Adam Faith
      --The Kinks - "Everybody's Gonna Be Happy"
      --Herman's Hermits - "Wonderful World"
      --Doris Troy
      --The Yardbirds - "For Your Love"

    • April 9, 1965: The Rolling Stones, The Animals, Roger Miller, The Yardbirds

      "Ready Steady Goes Live!"
      --The Animals - "Bring It On Home To Me."
      --Madeline Bell - "Daytime."
      --Madeline Bell and the Animals - "C.C. Rider."
      --Dave Berry - "Little Things."
      --Goldie and the Gingerbreads - "Can't You Hear My Heartbeat?"
      --Roger Miller - "King Of The Road."
      --The Rolling Stones - "Everybody Needs Somebody to Love"/"Pain In My Heart," "I'm Alright" and "The Last Time."
      Series regulars:
      --The Breakaways
      --Johnnie Spence orchestra
      --Cathy McGowan and David Goldsmith

      The above guests, along with most of the song titles, were mentioned in a review printed in the 21Apr1965 issue of Weekly Variety magazine, page 35 "Foreign TV Reviews" column.

      Note: The Yardbirds ("For Your Love") were scheduled to appear but are not listed in the aforementioned Variety review.

    • April 2, 1965: Ready Steady Goes Live!

      --The Artwoods - "Sweet Mary."
      --Tom Jones - "It's Not Unusual" (mimed, despite the new policy).
      --The Kinks - possibly "Everybody's Gonna Be Happy."
      --Manfred Mann - "With God On Our Side" (joined by session musician Jim Sullivan).
      --The Roulettes.

      Additional guests (scheduled to appear):
      --Cliff Bennett and the Rebel Rousers
      --Zoot Money's Big Roll Band
      --Dionne Warwick - "You Can Have Him."
      --The Yardbirds - "For Your Love"

    • March 26, 1965: The Drifters, The Moody Blues, The Supremes

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Checkmates
      --The Drifters - "At the Club."
      --The Supremes - "Stop! In The Name Of Love."
      --The Moody Blues - "I Don't Want To Go On Without You."

    • December 25, 1964
      December 25, 1964
      Season 2 - Episode 17

      Guests (from various sources):
      --Dave Berry
      --Susan Maughan
      --Rediffusion Stars And Garters
      --The Square Pegs
      --The Searchers
      --Sandie Shaw

      Scheduled guests (according to TV listings):
      --Dave Berry
      --Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders
      --The Four Pennies
      --Herman's Hermits
      --The Nashville Teens
      --The Searchers
      --Sandie Shaw

    • December 18, 1964: The Animals, Petula Clark, Brian Poole and the Tremeloes

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Animals.
      --Petula Clark - "Downtown."
      --Brian Poole and the Tremeloes.

    • December 11, 1964: Georgie Fame, Rufus Thomas, Dick and DeeDee, Gerry and the Pacemakers, Kenny Lynch

      Guests (entire show survives):
      --Georgie Fame & Blue Flames (performing live) - "Monkeying Around" and "Yeh Yeh."
      --The McKinleys - "Sweet and Tender Romance."
      --Kenny Lynch - "On My Own Two Feet."
      --Tony Jackson and the Vibrations - "You Beat Me to the Punch."
      --John Watson and the Hummelflugs - "Looking for Love."
      --Rufus Thomas(performing live) - "Walking the Dog" and "Jump Back."
      --Dick and DeeDee - "Thou Shalt Not Steal."
      --Gerry and the Pacemakers - "Ferry Cross The Mersey," "Why Oh Why" and "My Babe."

    • September 11, 1964: Cliff Bennett, Adam Faith, Bill Haley & his Comets

      Scheduled guests:
      --Bill Haley and his Comets
      --Cliff Bennett and the Rebel Rousers - "One Way Love"
      --Adam Faith and the Roulettes
      --Tony Jackson and the Vibrations - "Bye Bye Baby"
      --Rita Bartok
      --Doug Sheldon

    • September 4, 1964: Herman's Hermits, Peter and Gordon, The Rustiks, The Searchers

      Bern Elliott and The Klan - "Good Times."

      Additional guests (scheduled to appear):
      Herman's Hermits - "I'm Into Something Good."
      Peter and Gordon
      The Rustiks
      The Searchers - "When You Walk In The Room."

    • August 28, 1964: Gerry and the Pacemakers, Lulu, Dusty Springfield, Mark Wynter

      According to (magazine and newspaper) listings, the scheduled guests were Gerry and the Pacemakers ("It's Gonna Be Alright"), Mark Wynter, and The Mojos ("Seven Daffodils").

      Surviving footage (probably from August 28, 1964):
      --Gerry and the Pacemakers - "It's Gonna Be Alright."
      --Dusty Springfield - "Can I Get A Witness?"
      --Mark Wynter - "Love Hurts."
      --Lulu - "Can't Hear You."
      --audience dances to "Rag Doll" (Four Seasons record).
      --audience dances to "You Never Can Tell" (Chuck Berry record).

      Additional footage (also from 28 Aug 1964?):
      --The Moody Blues - "Lose Your Money."

    • August 14, 1964: Georgie Fame, Julie Grant, Alexis Korner, The Naturals, Swinging Blue Jeans

      Scheduled guests:
      --Georgie Fame
      --Swinging Blue Jeans
      --The Naturals - "I Should Have Known Better"
      --Alexis Korner and Blues Incorporated
      --Johnny Milton and the Condors
      --Julie Grant

    • August 7, 1964: Cilla Black, Kenny Lynch, Nashville Teens, Brian Poole and the Tremeloes, Rolling Stones

      --The Rolling Stones - "It's All Over Now."

      Additional guests (scheduled to appear):
      --Cilla Black - "It's For You."
      --Kenny Lynch - "What Am I To You?"
      --The Nashville Teens - "Tobacco Road."
      --Brian Poole and the Tremeloes - "Twelve Steps To Love."

    • July 31, 1964: The Kinks, Manfred Mann, The Four Pennies, Kenny Lynch

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Kinks - "You Really Got Me."
      --Manfred Mann - "Do Wah Diddy Diddy."
      --The Four Pennies - " Found Out The Hard Way."
      --Kenny Lynch - "What Am I To You" (or "My Own Two Feet").
      --Simon Scott - "Move It Baby."
      --Peter Lee Stirling
      --The Shevelles
      --The Leroys

    • July 24. 1964: The Rolling Stones, The Animals, The Fourmost, The Mojos, Sandie Shaw

      --The Rolling Stones - "It's All Over Now."

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Animals - "House of the Rising Sun."
      --The Mojos - "Why Not Tonight."
      --Sandie Shaw - "As Long As You're Happy Baby."
      --The Fourmost
      --The Paramounts
      --KingTaylor and The Dominoes - "Somebody's Always Trying."

    • 17 July 1964
      17 July 1964
      Season 1 - Episode 51
      --Guests unknown (The TV listings only mentioned presenters Keith Fordyce and Cathy McGowen.)
    • September 25, 1964
      September 25, 1964
      Season 2 - Episode 4

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Band of Angels
      --The Four
      --Gerry and the Pacemakers - "It's Gonna Be Alright"
      --Wayne Fontana and the Mindbenders - "Um Um Um Um Um Um"
      --Little Eva
      --Little Walter

    • October 2, 1964: John Lee Hooker, Lulu, Keith Powell

      Scheduled guests:
      --John Lee Hooker
      --Lulu and the Luvvers
      --Keith Powell

    • December 4, 1964: The Miracles, The Moody Blues, P.J. Proby

      --The Moody Blues - "Go Now."

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Miracles
      --P.J. Proby - "Somewhere."
      --Peter Jay and the Jaywalkers

    • November 27, 1964: The Beatles, Kim Weston, Isley Brothers, The Searchers, Sandie Shaw

      --The Beatles (3rd RSG! appearance) - "I Feel Fine," "She's A Woman," "Baby's In Black" & "Kansas City/Hey Hey Hey Hey."
      --Kim Weston - "A Little More Love."
      --The Isley Brothers - "Stagger Lee" & "The Last Girl."
      --Sandie Shaw - "Girl Don't Come."
      --The Searchers - "What Have They Done To The Rain?" and "This Feeling Inside."
      --Billy J Kramer and the Dakotas - "Tennessee Waltz."
      --The Zombies - "Summertime" (from this episode?)
      --contest winners (girls who met the Beatles).

      Above footage (complete episode?) runs 37 minutes.

    • November 20, 1964: Marvin Gaye, Jerry Lee Lewis, Rolling Stones, Them

      Guests (entire show survives):
      --The Plebs - "Baby I'm Going to Leave You."
      --Paul Williams - "Gin House Blues."
      --Zephyrs - "Wonder What I'm Gonna Do."
      --Marvin Gaye - "Can I Get A Witness?"
      --Simon Scott - "My Baby's Got Soul."
      --Kenny Lynch - "My Own Two Feet."
      --Jerry Lee Lewis (backed by The Plebs) - live performances of "High Heeled Sneakers" and "Whole Lotta Shakin' Going On."
      --Marvin Gaye - "How Sweet It Is."
      --Them - "Baby, Please Don't Go."
      --Samantha Jones - "All Because of You."
      --The Rolling Stones - "Off The Hook," interviews with Brian Jones & Mick Jagger, "Little Red Rooster" and "Around And Around."

    • November 13, 1964
      November 13, 1964
      Season 2 - Episode 11

      Scheduled guests:
      --Adam Faith and the Roulettes - "Message To Martha (Kentucky Bluebird)"
      --Francoise Hardy
      --Herman's Hermits - "Show Me Girl"
      --The Hollies - "We're Through" and "Come On Back"

    • November 6, 1964: The Beach Boys, Gene Pitney, Dusty Springfield, The Fourmost

      Surviving footage:
      --The Beach Boys (performing live) - "I Get Around" and "When I Grow Up (to be a Man)" Plus, an interview by presenter Keith Fordyce.
      --Martha and the Vandellas - "Heatwave" and "Dancing in the Street."
      --The Fourmost - "Baby I Need Your Loving."
      --Dusty Springfield - "Losing You"
      --Gene Pitney - "I'm Gonna Be Strong."

      Additional guests (scheduled to appear):
      --Eden Kane.
      --The Plebs.
      --Johnny Tillotson.

    • October 30, 1964: The Dixie Cups, The Kinks, Sugar Pie DeSanto

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Dixie Cups - "People Say."
      --The Kinks - "All Day & All Of The Night."
      --Sugar Pie DeSanto - "I Don't Wanna Fuss."

    • October 16, 1964: Dionne Warwick, Mick Jagger (interview)

      Mick Jagger interview by Ellen Grehan.

      Scheduled guest:
      --Dionne Warwick - "Reach Out For Me."

    • October 9, 1964: Dave Clark Five, The Honeycombs, Manfred Mann

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Dave Clark Five
      --The Honeycombs - "Is It Because?"
      --Manfred Mann - "Sha La La."

    • April 10, 1964: The Applejacks / Georgie Fame / Peter, Paul & Mary / The Searchers

      Scheduled guests:
      --The Searchers - "Don't Throw Your Love Away."
      --Peter Paul and Mary - "Tell It To The Mountain."
      --Richard Anthony - "If I Loved You."
      --The Applejacks - "Tell Me When."
      --Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames