Publisher: Associated Newspapers Group Ltd.
Publication date: 1972
Section 10 (Current Affairs) of the Daily Mail's annual guide includes an entry for the 25th March 1972 which reads:
"The Eurovision Song Contest which was held in Edinburgh was won by Luxembourg. The United Kingdom entry Beg, Steal Or Borrow, sung by the New Seekers, came second." (Daily Mail Year Book 1973, page 283)
As you might expect, the David Cassidy Annual 1974 is devoted to all things David. However, the Annual also squeezed in room for short articles about Gary Glitter, the New Seekers and Slade (pages 10-12), Elvis Presley and Cliff Richard (pages 14-15); the Jackson 5 and the Osmonds (pages 34-35).
The Fab 208 annual for 1973 included a full-page photograph of the New Seekers (page 20).
Lyn Paul and Peter Doyle were also featured in a 'Who do they belong to?' quiz, which asked readers to match pictured items with the stars who owned them: in Lyn's case, her "constant companion" choker and in Peter's case, his ring.
The Fab 208 annual for 1974 included a photo of Lyn Paul (page 64) and a photo of Lyn with the New Seekers (page 61). Lyn was also featured in an article 'Look Pretty My Way', alongside other stars of the day such as Cilla Black, Marie Osmond and Olivia Newton-John. Peter Doyle and Marty Kristian of the New Seekers were included in a feature titled 'Beautiful Bachelors'.
The New Seekers pictured on the front cover
of the Fab 208 Annual 1974
(left to right: Peter Doyle, Lyn Paul, Eve Graham, Paul Layton and Marty Kristian).
Lyn Paul was featured in a 'What belongs to who?' picture quiz (pages 68-69). The cuddly toys belonged to Lyn. The New Seekers were featured in article about Top Of The Pops (pages 50-51). The article included a photo of the group in rehearsal.
The Magpie annual for 1975 included a small photo (page 6) of the New Seekers with the Magpie presenters Susan Stranks, Douglas Rae and Mick Robertson, taken when the group visited the Magpie television studio in November 1973.
Magpie was ITV's answer to the BBC's popular children's show Blue Peter. It first aired as a weekly show on 30th July 1968. The following year it went twice-weekly, with broadcasts going out on Tuesdays and Fridays so as not to clash with Blue Peter's Monday and Thursday slots. Susan Stranks was one of the three original presenters, with Douglas Rae joining in 1969 and Mick Robertson in 1972. Mick's 'Pop Slot' became a regular feature.
The Popswop Annual includes a number of articles and pictures of Lyn Paul and the New Seekers
The Things Popsters Say (page 10)
Includes a small picture of the New Seekers
Meet the Paul Family (page 16)
Feature article on Lyn including a picture of Lyn with her brothers and sisters.
Marty Kristian full page colour picture (page 20)
New Seekers full page colour picture (page 23)
The New Seekers: how well do you know 'em? (page 36)
18 questions about the New Seekers (with answers).
There's No Place Like Home! (page 41)
Article about pop stars' homes including Paul Layton's.
Wanted A Whole Lotta Luck! (page 57)
Article about breaking into showbiz that mentions Marty Kristian, Peter Doyle, Lyn Paul, Eve Graham and Donna Jones.
A Message from Marty (page 63)
Eyes Right! (page 75)
A "spot the star" feature including a picture of Marty Kristian's eyes.
Popfax on the New Seekers (page 82)
We're All Clobber Crazy (pages 84-85)
Article about pop fashion. Includes small photos of Eve Graham and Marty Kristian.
Top Of The Pops
Top Of The Pops Annual 1975
ISBN: 0-7235-0260-9 (hardback)
Publication date: 1975
The New Seekers were featured in the Top Of The Pops Annual 1975 along with other popular stars of the day - David Bowie, the Carpenters, David Cassidy, David Essex, Olivia Newton-John, The Osmonds, Slade, Wings and Roy Wood.
The Top Pop Scene annual for 1975 included photos and features on the top pop stars of the day - the Bay City Rollers, Barry Blue, David Cassidy, the Detroit Spinners, Gary Glitter, The Glitter Band, Hot Chocolate, Hudson Ford, Terry Jacks, The Osmonds, Suzi Quatro, The Rubettes, Neil Sedaka, Showaddywaddy, Slade, Sparks, Roy Wood and Stevie Wonder. Among the photos there was a small photo of Lynsey de Paul and a full-page photo of Lyn Paul.