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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
7th December 2010, 9.00pm. Coronation Street: 50 Years, 50 Moments
The programme featured clips of viewers' fifty favourite moments from ITV's favourite soap accompanied by interviews with some of the people involved in the making of those moments. Moment no. 28 was the first episode, broadcast on 9th December 1960. This segment featured interviews with: Anne Cunningham, Philip Lowrie, Lyn Paul, William Roache and Tony Warren.

iTV1

Lyn Paul on 'Coronation Street: 50 Years, 50 Moments'.

9th December 2010 Daybreak
Guests included: Lyn Paul. Lyn talked about appearing on Coronation Street when she was a young girl.

iTV1

Lyn Paul on 'Daybreak'.

1st April 2011, 10.00pm.

Repeated on 2nd April 2011, 2.50am (BBC FOUR), 4th April 2011, 1.00am (BBC FOUR), 13th August 2012, 1.25am (BBC FOUR), 20th April 2014, 10.00pm (Yesterday) and 28th April 2014, 1.25am (Yesterday).
Top Of The Pops: The Story of 1976
A documentary looking back at the Top Of The Pops shows from 1976. The programme featured a clip of the New Seekers singing It's So Nice (To Have You Home) from the Top Of The Pops episode of 24th June 1976.
BBC FOUR
14th July 2011, 7.30pm.

Originally broadcast on 24th June 1976 (BBC1).

Repeated on 15th July 2011, 12.00am (BBC FOUR) and 17th July 2011, 1.00am. (BBC FOUR).
Top Of The Pops [repeat]
Hosted by: David Hamilton.
In April 2011 BBC FOUR began transmitting every episode of Top Of The Pops from 1976 - in the corresponding week of 2011. The re-runs included the episode featuring the New Seekersperforming It's So Nice (To Have You Home).

BBC FOUR

Eve Graham on 'Top Of The Pops'.

14th August 2011, 4.00pm.

Originally broadcast on 7th November 1987, 5.45pm (Yorkshire Television).

Repeated on 21st January 2012, 5.00pm (Challenge).
3-2-1
Series 10, Episode 10 [repeat]
Hosted by: Ted Rogers.
Guests: John Chilton's Feetwarmers, Flaming Hamsters, George Melly, The Brian Rogers Connection, Sinitta, Rondo Veneziano and Nikki Belsher, performing the song and dance number Dancing Is Everything.
Challenge
6th January 2012, 9.00pm.

Repeated on 7th January 2012, 1.05am (BBC FOUR), 9th January 2012, 12.00am (BBC FOUR) and 22nd July 2012, 12.40am (BBC FOUR) and 12th May 2014, 10.00pm (Yesterday).
Top Of The Pops: The Story of 1977
It was the year of The Queen's Silver Jubille. Punk band the Sex Pistols may have stormed the pop charts with God Save The Queen but the biggest hits of the year were still by mainstream acts. The programme featured a clip of the New Seekers singing I Wanna Go Backffrom the Top Of The Pops episode of 27th January 1977.

BBC FOUR

 

21st January 2012, 5.00pm.

Originally broadcast on 7th November 1987, 5.45pm (Yorkshire Television).

Repeated on 14th August 2011, 4.00pm (Challenge).
3-2-1
Series 10, Episode 10 [repeat]
Hosted by: Ted Rogers.
Guests: John Chilton's Feetwarmers, Flaming Hamsters, George Melly, The Brian Rogers Connection, Sinitta, Rondo Veneziano and Nikki Belsher, performing the song and dance number Dancing Is Everything.
Challenge
2nd February 2012, 7.30pm.

Originally broadcast on 27th January 1977 (BBC1).

Repeated on 3rd February 2012, 12.10am (BBC FOUR), 4th February 2012, 11.00pm (BBC FOUR) and 5th February 2012, 3.35am (BBC FOUR).
Top Of The Pops [repeat]
Hosted by: Tony Blackburn.
Featuring: New Seekers, I Wanna Go Back.

BBC FOUR

Eve Graham on 'Top Of The Pops'.

28th April 2012, 9.30pm.

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

Repeated on 2nd June 2001, 7.00pm (BBC2), 24th December 2001, 10.45pm (BBC2) and 21st June 2003, 11.35pm (BBC2)
I Love 1972 [repeat]
Presented by: David Cassidy.
Featuring: David Cassidy and Donny Osmond; T. Rex and the New Seekers. The programme remembered the days of Fruit Salad sweets; Action Man and roller skates; Magpie and Blue Peter; Love Thy Neighbour; Cabaret; Mark Spitz; The Harlem Globetrotters; The Joy of Sex and Cosmopolitan.

BBC2

Lyn Paul on 'I Love 1972'.

9th May 2012 Loose Women
This edition of the show featured Coca-Cola's famous "hilltop" ad with the gathered multitude miming to the New Seekers' I'd Like To Buy The World A Coke.
iTV1
23rd May 2012, 6.00pm.

Repeated on 1st July 2012, 12,22am (BBC2).
TOTP2
Presented by: Mark Radcliffe.
Featuring: The Mixtures, The Pushbike Song (from the Top Of The Pops episode of 25th February 1971).
BBC2
23rd December 2012, 6.30pm.

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.

BBC2

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

12th May 2013, 4.00pm.

Originally broadcast on 15th November 1986 (Yorkshire Television).

Repeated on 8th September 2007, 6.00pm (f tn).
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.
Challenge
17th July 2013, 7.30pm.

Originally broadcast on 20th July 1978
(BBC1).

Repeated on 18th July 2013, 1.30am (BBC FOUR) and 21st July 2013, 1.10am (BBC FOUR).
Top Of The Pops [repeat]
Hosted by: David 'Kid' Jensen.
Featuring: the New Seekers, Anthem (One Day In Every Week).
BBC FOUR
31st July 2013, 7.30pm.

Originally broadcast on 17th August 1978 (BBC1).

Repeated on 1st August 2013, 12.40am (BBC FOUR) and 4th August 2013, 12.30am (BBC FOUR).
Top Of The Pops [repeat]
Hosted by: Noel Edmonds.
Featuring: the New Seekers, Anthem (One Day In Every Week).
BBC FOUR
20th April 2014, 10.00pm.

Originally broadcase on 1st April 2011, 10.00pm (BBC FOUR).

Repeated on 28th April 2014, 1.25am (Yesterday), 25th December 2014, 11.00pm (Yesterday) and 26th December, 11.20pm (Yesterday).
Top Of The Pops: The Story of 1976 [repeat]
The programme featured a clip of the New Seekers singing It's So Nice (To Have You Home) from the Top Of The Pops episode of 24th June 1976.
Yesterday
12th May 2014, 10.00pm.

Originally broadcast on 6th January 2012, 9.00pm (BBC FOUR).

Repeated on 24th December 2014, 11.25pm (Yesterday).
Top Of The Pops: The Story of 1977 [repeat]
The programme featured a clip of the New Seekers singing I Wanna Go Back from the Top Of The Pops episode of 27th January 1977.
Yesterday
26th November 2014, 6.15pm. The Mustard Show
Presented by: Darren Eadie and Beth Davison.
Guests: Lyn Paul and Olly Day, who were interviewed about The Cromer Christmas Show 2014. The programme featured a clip of the New Seekers performing I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing.

Mustard TV

Lyn Paul on 'The Mustard Show'.

7th January 2015, 7.00pm. The One Show
Presented by: Matt Baker and Alex Jones.
Guests: David Dimbleby, James Corden and Emily Blunt.
The programme featured an item on litter louts which included a clip from the New Seekers, 1973 'Keep Britain Tidy' campaign ad (We've Got To Do It Now).

Marty drops some litter...
Eve: Marty, that's really silly.
Peter: Yeah, if everyone did that the place would be a disaster.
Lyn: It's also dangerous and it's a health hazard.
Marty: Well, I never really thought about it like that.
BBC1
9th February 2016, 5.00pm. Live at Five
An early evening magazine show broadcast daily on STV. Lyn Paul was interviewed by Angus Simpson about her role as Mrs. Johnstone in Blood Brothers, which was playing at the Edinburgh Playhouse (8th-13th February).

STV

Lyn Paul on 'Live at Five' (STV).

Monday, 11th September 2017, 5.00pm. Live at Five
Hosted by: Ewen Cameron and Susie Cormack Bruce
Live at Five grabbed another chat with Lyn Paul about her role as Mrs. Johnstone in Blood Brothers, which was playing at Glasgow's Kings Theatre (5th-16th September).

STV

Lyn Paul on 'Live at Five' (STV).



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