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Prior to joining the New Seekers Lyn Paul had appeared on television as a young girl in early episodes of Coronation Street. In 1967 she had also appeared on Simon Dee's Dee Time (BBC1) with The Nocturnes.

The New Seekers made their first television appearance on The Frankie Howerd Show two years later, before Lyn Paul had joined the group. These pages list most - though not all - of the New Seekers' appearances on television in the UK and the USA in the years that followed.


1969-71 1972 1973 1974-79
1980-89 1990-99 2000-09 2010-17

The New Seekers' appearances on Top Of The Pops are included here but are also listed in more detail on the Top Of The Pops page.

Television appearances by Lyn Paul, her sister Nikki Belsher, and members of the New Seekers as solo artists or as members of other groups have also been included, among them television shows featuring:

Audio (Kathy Ann Rae)
Chips (Nicola Kerr)
Eve Graham
Ferry Aid (Mick Flinn / Donna Jones / Marty Kristian / Paul Layton)
Lips (Mick Flinn / Donna Jones)
Murray Head (Nicola Kerr)
The Mixtures (Mick Flinn)
Peter Oliver
Prima Donna (Danny Finn)
Pussyfoot (Donna Jones)
Springfield Revival (Mick Flinn / Donna Jones)
Starbuck (Brian Engel)
Swarbriggs Plus Two (Nicola Kerr)


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Broadcast Date Show / Featured Guests and Songs Channel
16th February 2000, 6.00pm. TOTP2
Presented by: Steve Wright.
Featuring a birthday surprise for Lyn Paul: the New Seekers, You Won’t Find Another Fool Like Me (from the Top Of The Pops episode of 20th December 1973).

BBC2

Lyn Paul on 'Top Of The Pops'.

1st April 2000. Top 10 Eurovision
Presented by: Harry Hill.
Narrated by: Stuart Maconie.
A tongue in cheek documentary about the Eurovision Song Contest, which ranked the participating countries according to their results. Ireland topped the Eurovision chart with the UK, as it so often was, in second place. The programme featured clips of Prima Donna ("there are no words..."), Samantha Janus ("body of Baywatch, voice of Crimewatch") and Ireland's Swarbriggs Plus Two. Full marks for a witty commentary but 'nul points' for omitting the New Seekers.
Channel 4
29th April 2000, 9.05pm.

Repeated on 3rd November 2007 (E4) and on 29th November 2008 (E4).
The 100 Greatest TV Ads
Presented by: Graham Norton.
Based on a poll of Channel 4 viewers, the programme revealed the UK's favourite TV advertisments. No. 16 in the chart coutdown was the Coca-Cola ad 'I'd Like To Buy The World A Coke', which featured Linda Neary and a multi-national cast miming to a recording by the New Seekers. Linda, who had been working in Italy as a nanny, described how she got the job: 'I was sitting in a café and somebody came up and asked me if I'd like to be in part of an advert... It was just a day of work, really, for some extra cash to go travelling.'

Channel 4

The 100 Greatest TV Ads, No. 16 Coca-Cola.

5th August 2000, 9.05pm.

Repeated on 2nd June 2001, 7.00pm (BBC2), 24th December 2001, 10.45pm (BBC2), 21st June 2003, 11.35pm (BBC2) and 28th April 2012, 9.30pm (BBC2).
I Love 1972
Presented by: David Cassidy.
Part of a series focusing on every year of the 1970s, each presented by a celebrity associated with the decade.
I Love 1972 featured the music of T. Rex and the New Seekers. The programme used archive footage of the New Seekers interspliced with interviews with Lyn Paul and Paul Layton.

BBC2

Lyn Paul on 'I Love 1972'.


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Broadcast Date Show / Featured Guests and Songs Channel
9th May 2001, 6.00pm. TOTP2
A look back at the best and worst acts from the Eurovision Song Contest.
Presented by: Steve Wright.
Featuring: Samantha Janus, A Message To Your Heart (from the Top Of The Pops episode of 2nd May 1991).
BBC2
2nd June 2001, 7.00pm.

Originally broadcast on 5th August 2000, 9.05pm (BBC2).

Repeated on 24th December 2001, 10.45pm (BBC2), 21st June 2003, 11.35pm (BBC2) and 28th April 2012, 9.30pm (BBC2).
I Love 1972 [repeat]
Presented by: David Cassidy.
Shown as part of the I Love The 70s Weekend. 1972 was the year when David Cassidy and Donny Osmond were battling to be the top teen idol. The best-selling pop acts were T. Rex and the New Seekers. Meanwhile children were eating Fruit Salad sweets and watching Blue Peter or Magpie on TV. Adults were reading Cosmopolitan and The Joy Of Sex and being entertained on television by the dubious comedy of Love Thy Neighbour.
The year's big film was Cabaret starring Liza Minnelli and Michael York.

BBC2

Paul Layton on 'I Love 1972'.

16th June 2001, 8.45pm.

Repeated on 22nd December 2001 (ITV1) and 29th November 2003, 9.30pm (ITV1).
70s Mania
Hosted by: Donny Osmond.
Guests: Brotherhood of Man, Dana, David Essex and Lyn Paul.

ITV1

Donny Osmond interviewing Lyn Paul on '70s Mania'.

1st August 2001, 6.00pm. TOTP2
Presented by: Steve Wright.
Featuring: the New Seekers, Never Ending Song Of Love (from the Top Of The Pops episode of 27th December 1971).

BBC2

Eve Graham and Lyn Paul on 'Top Of The Pops'.

10th October 2001, 12.30pm. Doctors
Matters Of Principle

A family insists on sticking to their ethical beliefs with unexpected results.
Starring: Maggie Cronin, Christopher Timothy and Corrinne Wicks.
Featuring: Lyn Paul as Pam Howard.
BBC1
11th November 2001, 5.35pm. Songs Of Praise
Pam Rhodes presented a tribute to the war dead from York Minster.
Featuring: Peter Sallis reading For The Fallen.
Guests: Peter Skellern, Rest In Peace (And Rise In Glory) and Lyn Paul, Bring Him Home.

BBC1

Lyn Paul on 'Songs Of Praise'.

17th and 22nd December 2001

Originally broadcast on 30th August 1975 (Granada).
The Wheeltappers and Shunters' Social Club [edited repeat]
Featuring: Bernard Manning as Resident M.C. and Colin Crompton as Concert Chairman.
Guests included: Lyn Paul, singing Behind Closed Doors.
Granada Plus
24th December 2001, 5.15pm.

Originally broadcast on 16th June 2001, 8.45pm (ITV).

Repeated on 29th November 2003, 9.30pm (ITV1).
70s Mania [repeat]
Hosted by: Donny Osmond.
Guests: Brotherhood of Man, Dana, David Essex and Lyn Paul.

ITV2

Lyn Paul on '70s Mania'.

24th December 2001, 10.45pm.

Originally broadcast on 5th August 2000, 9.05pm (BBC2).

Repeated on 2nd June 2001, 7.00pm (BBC2), 21st June 2003, 11.35pm (BBC2) and 28th April 2012, 9.30pm (BBC2).
I Love 1972 [repeat]
Presented by: David Cassidy.
Featuring archive clips of David Cassidy and Donny Osmond, T. Rex and the New Seekers. Plus memories of the challenge that ITV's Magpie posed to the BBC's Blue Peter on children's television, and the racism of the controversial comedy series Love Thy Neighbour.

BBC2

Lyn Paul on 'I Love 1972'.


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Broadcast Date Show / Featured Guests and Songs Channel
16th January 2002, 6.00pm.

Repeated on 19th January 2002, 4.25pm (BBC2).
TOTP2
Presented by: Steve Wright.
Featuring: The Mixtures, The Pushbike Song (from the Top Of The Pops episode of 25th February 1971).
BBC2
28th and 29th January 2002, 9.00pm. In Deep
Series 2, Episode 4
Abuse Of Trust
An internet dating site becomes the hunting ground for a serial killer.
Starring: Fiona Allen, Nick Berry, Lisa Maxwell and Stephen Tompkinson.
Featuring: Lyn Paul as Amanda.

BBC1

Lyn Paul as Amanda in 'In Deep'.

25th December 2002, 11.15am.

Originally broadcast on: 25th December 1973 (BBC1).

The Morecambe & Wise Show Christmas Special [repeat]
Starring: Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise.
Featuring: the New Seekers, You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me.

BBC1

Lyn Paul on 'The Morecambe and Wise Show Christmas Special'.

10th February 2003, 7.00pm. Emmerdale
Episode 3,371
Jarvis Skelton gets a blast from the past when he and Edna Birch turn up for a dance competition.
Featuring: Richard Moore as Jarvis Skelton, Shirley Stelfox as Edna Birch and Lyn Paul as Freda Danby.
ITV1
4th March 2003, 9.00pm - 10.00pm and 10.35pm - 11.35pm. In Deep
Series 3, Episode 4
Character Assassins
Undercover cops Uam and Garth attempt to prevent the assassination of a Home Office minister.
Starring: Fiona Allen, Nick Berry and Stephen Tompkinson.
Featuring: Jamie Kristian as Josh.
BBC1
1st June 2003, 8.00pm.

Repeated on 21st June 2003, 8.45pm (BBC Three), 1st July 2003, 12.05am (BBC1), 18th August 2003, 12.50am (BBC Three), 6th September 2003, 8.00pm (BBC Three), 19th April 2004, 8.00pm (BBC Three) and 17th September 2004, 1.25pm (BBC Three).
Liquid Assets: Oasis's Million$
Reporter: Simon Sharman.
The rags-to-riches tale of the chart-topping Gallagher brothers and how they made their fortunes through the success of rock band Oasis. The documentary claimed that "many people are dismissive of the Oasis songs, saying they sound too much like The Beatles, or Slade, or T. Rex, or just about anybody else you can think of." Cue a clip of the New Seekers' performing I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing on Top Of The Pops.
BBC Three
21st June 2003, 11.35pm.

Originally broadcast on 5th August 2000, 9.05pm (BBC2).

Repeated on 2nd June 2001, 7.00pm (BBC2) and 24th December 2001, 10.45pm (BBC2).
I Love 1972 [repeat]
David Cassidy looked back at the year when he battled with Donny Osmond to become the number-one teen idol, when the New Seekers competed with T. Rex to top the pop charts and when Magpie offered children a trendier alternative to Blue Peter.

BBC2

Paul Layton on 'I Love 1972'.

18th August 2003 I Love the '70s: 1971
An hour-long documentary on 1971 featuring I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing by the New Seekers.
VH1 [USA]
29th November 2003, 9.30pm.

Originally broadcast on 16th June 2001, 8.45pm (ITV).

Repeated on 22nd December 2001 (ITV1).
70s Mania [repeat]
Hosted by: Donny Osmond.
Guests: Brotherhood of Man, Dana, David Essex and Lyn Paul.

ITV1

Donny Osmond interviewing Lyn Paul on '70s Mania'.

15th May 2004, 5.25pm. The Weakest Link Eurovision Special
Hosted by: Anne Robinson.
Commentary by: Terry Wogan.
Guests: Katie Boyle, James Fox, Nicki French, Bobby G, Jessica Garlick, Jemini (Gemma Abbey and Chris Cromby), Katrina Leskanich, Lyn Paul and Sonia.

BBC1


Katrina Leskanich, Nicki French and Lyn Paul.

Katrina Leskanich, Nicki French and Lyn Paul
photographed at the recording of The Weakest Link Eurovision Special.

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Broadcast Date Show / Featured Guests and Songs Channel
25th June 2005, 10.05pm.

Repeated on 3rd October 2009 (More 4).
Advertising's Greatest Hits
Narrated by: Nina Sosanya.
Featuring: Lyn Paul talking about advertising's greatest hit of all, 'I'd Like To Buy The World A Coke'.
Other contributors included: music journalist Stephen Armstrong; Anthony DeCurtis from Rolling Stone magazine; songwriter Roger Greenaway; author Dan Jackson; and Kevin Roberts, CEO Worldwide, Saatchi and Saatchi.

Channel 4

Lyn Paul on 'Advertising's Greatest Hits'.

20th September 2005, 8.00pm. ITV's Best Ever Ads
Presented by: Philip Schofield.
Part of ITV's 50th celebration, this programme counted down the 20 "best ever" TV ads shown on the ITV network. No. 10 on the list: Coca-Cola's 'I'd Like To Buy The World A Coke'.
The documentary featured contributions from: Simon Cowell ("Brilliant. Became an anthem"); Linda Neary, who had appeared in the commercial ("I was slightly dubious but I thought the extra money might be quite nice. There was no mention of singing. I mean, if they'd mentioned singing you wouldn't have seen me for dust"); and songwriter Bill Backer, who revealed that he'd come up with the idea for the ad while waiting for a flight in a busy airport departure lounge: "I wrote down the line on a napkin there in the airport, 'I'd like to buy the world a Coke and keep it company'."

ITV1

Bill Backer on 'ITV's Best Ever Ads'.

3rd November 2005, 7.00pm. Emmerdale
Episode 4,195
Freda Danby returns...
Featuring: Lyn Paul as Freda Danby.
ITV1
1st December 2005, 7.00pm. Emmerdale
Episode 4,220: What Have You Done?
Freda returns to the village and pays Jarvis a call. She tells him she's moving to Spain but he gives her short shrift. He begins to have second thoughts, however, when Len tells him that Freda’s dancing days are over and that her move to Spain is because she has not been well.
Featuring: Meg Johnson as Pearl Ladderbanks, Peter Martin as Len Reynolds, Richard Moore as Jarvis Skelton, Shirley Stelfox as Edna Birch and Lyn Paul as Freda Danby.

ITV1

Richard Moore and Lyn Paul.

2nd December 2005, 7.00pm. Emmerdale
Episode 4,222: Shall We Dance?
As they pack the Christmas hampers in the village hall ahead of the dance, Pearl notices that Jarvis is deep in thought. She asks him if he’s thinking about Freda, but the pensioner replies that even if he was, it would be no different from every other day for the past few years. He then quickly tells her to mind her own business!
Pearl tells him that he should speak to Freda or else regret it for the rest of his life. Later the dance gets underway and who should walk in but Freda! Jarvis is convinced that one of his friends have put her up to it and quickly leaves without saying a word to her. Edna is quick to give her two pennies’ worth.‘I know I’ve let him down,’ Freda goes to explain. ‘Let him down?’ Edna questions her. ‘Knock him down more like.’
Freda quickly follows him out and sits next to him. ‘I know I’ve let you down,’ she tells him, ‘but the thought of going to Spain with all this bad blood between us, well, it’d be like walking around with a stone in my shoe.’ ‘An irritation then?’ Jarvis quips back. ‘You’ve never been an irritation, Jarvis.’
The two carry on talking and head back to the village hall and start to reminisce about their dancing days. Jarvis stops her. ‘You’ve hurt me these past few years and if I were a stronger man I’d walk away from you now and never look back.’ Freda tells him that no-one would ever accuse him of being weak. ‘Accept when I’m around you,’ he fondly tells her.
A song comes on that they are both familiar with a Freda asks Jarvis to give her one last dance. Wowing the villagers with their foot skills, it is clear that the pair love re-living their dancing days together.
Freda unwittingly blows it though when she asks Jarvis to go to Spain with her! You’d think the man would be chuffed to bits considering how lonely he says he’s been feeling the past few months. But instead the former bin man is furious and thinks she is just playing games with his feelings and isn’t serious about him in the slightest. He tells her she would end up changing her mind about him as soon as they were out there and would dump him again.
Featuring: Meg Johnson as Pearl Ladderbanks, Peter Martin as Len Reynolds, Richard Moore as Jarvis Skelton, Shirley Stelfox as Edna Birch and Lyn Paul as Freda Danby.

ITV1

Shirley Stelfox and Lyn Paul.


Richard Moore and Lyn Paul.


Richard Moore and Lyn Paul.


Richard Moore and Lyn Paul.


Lyn Paul, Shirley Stelfox and Richard Moore.

4th December 2005, 7.00pm. Emmerdale
Episode 4,223: Jarvis and his Dancing Queen
Despite threatening to leave the village the previous evening, Len and Pearl are surprised to see Jarvis packing his bags. They can’t believe that Freda would drive him out of his village, but he tells them that he’s had enough of the place, and his friends, and is moving on.
Len and Pearl decide that Edna’s take-no-prisoners approach is needed and send her round to Jarvis’ to put him straight. The two have a good natter, but when Jarvis insists that nothing is left for him and he’ll never find love again, Edna loses her patience and tells him that everybody makes mistakes. "I expected a lot more than you Jarvis Skleton, I really did."
Meanwhile, Pearl has called Freda to see if there’s anything she can do. But it seems Edna’s words may have been taken on board by Mr Skelton for he later pops round Len’s to get her number as he says he has to sort things out with her before both and she leave. And of course, the woman herself walks down the stairs before his very eyes!
The pair go for a walk and Freda questions why he’s leaving when she’s already going to Spain. He tells her that he has nothing left in Emmerdale for him anymore. ‘No job, no family and nothing to look forward to.’ She asks him whether it was her fault, but he tells her it’s not, it’s just time to move on.
Knowing that they need to clear things up, Jarvis asks her whether it would have made any difference to her if he’d told her that he loved her all those years ago. ‘All the difference in the world,’ she tells him. ‘Bit late now, eh?’ he says. ‘Is it?’ she asks him. ‘Well, here’s something I should have said a long time ago too – I love you Jarvis.’ The old fogey beems from ear to ear, hearing what he’s always wanted to these past few years. The two head to the pub and let their friends know that they're leaving – that day! As they say their goodbyes, Len, Pearl and Edna wave them off, each of them keeping their fingers crossed behind them.
Featuring: Meg Johnson as Pearl Ladderbanks, Peter Martin as Len Reynolds, Richard Moore as Jarvis Skelton, Shirley Stelfox as Edna Birch and Lyn Paul as Freda Danby.

ITV1

Lyn Paul.


Richard Moore and Lyn Paul.


Lyn Paul and Richard Moore.


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Broadcast Date Show / Featured Guests and Songs Channel
7th January 2006 Stars In Their Eyes: Families
Hosted by: Cat Deeley.
Featuring: the Bateman family as the New Seekers.

ITV1

The Bateman Family as The New Seekers on 'Stars In Their Eyes'.

23rd June 2006, 10.30am - 12.30pm. This Morning
Hosted by: Ruth Langsford and Philip Schofield.
Guests included: the New Seekers, singing I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony).

ITV1

The New Seekers on 'This Morning'.

16th December 2006, 6.00pm.

Repeated on 6th January 2007, 7.50pm.
Weakest Link - The Story So Far
A potted history of the quiz featuring favourite moments, outtakes and previously unseen material, including an outtake from The Weakest Link Eurovision Speical of 15th May 2004, 5.25pm. Lyn Paul can be seen in the background as Sonia gets a grilling from Anne Robinson.

BBC2

Sonia and Lyn Paul.

19th December 2006, 8.00pm. Holby City
Series 9, Episode 10.
The Good Fight
Drama series depicting the daily lives of the doctors, nurses and patients in the cardiac unit of Holby City General Hospital.
Starring: Rakie Ayola, Antonia Bernath, Adam Best, Paul Bradley, Tom Chambers, Sharon D. Clarke, Paul Henshall, Tina Hobley, Jaye Jacobs, Holly Lucas, Rosie Marcel, Amanda Mealing, Robert Powell, Luke Roberts, Sam Stockman, Phoebe Thomas and Peter Wingfield.
Featuring: Lyn Paul as Anita Powell and Michael Pennington as David Powell.

BBC1

Lyn Paul as Anita Powell in 'Holby City'.

10th February 2007 TOTP2
Presented by: Steve Wright.
Featuring: the New Seekers, You Won’t Find Another Fool Like Me (from the Top Of The Pops episode of 20th December 1973).

BBC2

Lyn Paul on 'Top Of The Pops'.

14th April 2007, 9.00pm.

Repeated on 16th April 2007, 9.00pm (E4) and 29th September 2007, 9.00pm (E4).
The Ultimate Chart: The UK's Official 100 Best-Selling Singles
A celebration of the 50th anniversary of the UK pop charts, counting down the 100 best-selling singles in chart history. The New Seekers' single I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony) was listed at number 81. The programme featured interviews with Paul Layton and Roger Greenaway.

E4

Eve Graham and Kathy Ann Rae (The Ultimate Chart).

5th May 2007, 10.40pm.

Repeated on 12th May 2007, 11.15pm (BBC2).
TOTP2 Goes Eurovision!
Presented by: Steve Wright.
Featuring: Samantha Janus, A Message To Your Heart (from the Top Of The Pops episode of 2nd May 1991).
BBC2
29th June 2007, 11.30am Five News
Guests: Mick Flinn, Donna Jones and Paul Layton. Mick, Donna and Paul talked about the New Seekers' 35-date tour to celebrate the 35th anniversary of I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony).

Channel 5

Paul Layton on 'Five Live News'.

8th September 2007, 6.00pm.

Originally broadcast on 15th November 1986.
3-2-1
Series 9, Episode 12 [repeat]
Pop On The Box
Hosted by: Ted Rogers.
Guests: Gloria Gaynor, The Searchers and Lyn Paul, singing Saving All My Love For You.

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Lyn Paul on '3-2-1'.

3rd November 2007.

Originally broadcast on 29th April 2000, 9.05pm (Channel 4).

Repeated on 29th November 2008 (E4).
The 100 Greatest TV Ads [repeat]
Presented by: Graham Norton.
Part 7 of the programme documented the nine ads ranked 11 to 19.
11. CINZANO
Collins and Rossiter
12. RENAULT CLEO
Papa / Nicole
13. YELLOW PAGES
J.R. Hartley
14. BRITISH TELECOM
Ology
15. NIKE
Park Life
16. COCA-COLA
Teach The World To Sing
17. CARLING BLACK LABEL
Dambusters
18. SHAKE 'N' VAC
Dancing Woman
19. ANDREX
Puppy

E4

The 100 Greatest TV Ads.

11th March 2008, 10.30pm.

Repeated on 15th March 2008, 9.30pm (BBC FOUR) and 17th November 2008, 8,00pm (BBC FOUR).
The Hard Sell
Episode 3: food and drink
Narrated by: Phil Jupitus.
A documentary looking at how advertisers used TV commercials to sell food and drink. The programme focused on the drinks campaigns for Irn-Bru and Tango but made passing reference to the Cola wars between Coca-Cola and Pepsi and featured a clip from Coca-Cola's famous hilltop ad.
BBC FOUR
29th November 2008.

Originally broadcast on 29th April 2000, 9.05pm (Channel 4).

Repeated on 3rd November 2007 (E4).
The 100 Greatest TV Ads [repeat]
Presented by: Nick Grimshaw and Miquita Oliver.
The original broadcast (repeated in 2007) was presented by Graham Norton, who was funny; this repeat featured Nick Grimshaw and Miquita Oliver, who weren't.
E4
31st January 2009, 6.00am. BBC Breakfast
Presented by: Bill Turnbull and Sian Williams.
Guests included: Mick Flinn, Donna Jones and Paul Layton. Mick, Donna and Paul sang I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony) and plugged the New Seekers' 40th anniversary tour.

BBC1

Mick Flinn, Paul Layton and Donna Jones on 'BBC Breakfast'.

28th September 2009. The Hour
Guests included: Lyn Paul.
STV
3rd October 2009.

Originally broadcast on 25th June 2005, 10.05pm (Channel 4).
Advertising's Greatest Hits [repeat]
Narrated by: Nina Sosanya.
Featuring: Lyn Paul talking about advertising's greatest hit of all, I'd Like To Buy The World A Coke.
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