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Lyn Paul has appeared on many television programmes as a solo artist and with the New Seekers. Some of these appearances are available to view on YouTube, along with some concert footage and clips from some of the musicals Lyn has starred in - Blood Brothers, Rhinestone Mondays and Taboo.

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Blood Brothers
The Cromer Christmas Show
Rhinestone Mondays
Taboo
New Seekers
Commercials
Other YouTube Links


Lyn Paul

  • Sail The Summer Winds
    Sez Les, Series 9, Episode 4


    Lyn Paul's appearance on the Sez Les show in 1974.

  • Who's Sorry Now
    It's Cliff, Show No. 2


    A clip from the second episode of Cliff Richard's 1974 television series featuring Lyn Paul singing Who's Sorry Now.

  • You Made The Pants Too Long
    It's Cliff, Show No. 2


    A clip of Lyn Paul and Pearly Gates singing Personality on Cliff Richard's 1974 television show.

  • It's Cliff, Show No. 2 (full episode)

    The full episode including a medley of hits from 1959 and Lyn Paul singing Lipstick On Your Collar.

  • Behind Closed Doors / It Oughta Sell A Million
    Wheeltappers & Shunters Social Club


    A clip from 1975 of Lyn singing the Charlie Rich hit Behind Closed Doors and her hit It Oughta Sell A Million.

  • I Don't Believe You Ever Loved Me
    The Freddie Starr Experience


    A clip of Lyn singing her single I Don't Believe You Ever Loved Me with a little help (or hinderance) from Freddie Starr.

  • This Is My Life
    Pebble Mill at One


    A clip of Lyn singing This Is My Life on the BBC's lunchtime programme Pebble Mill at One.

  • The Way We Were
    Pebble Mill at One


    A clip of Lyn singing The Way We Were on Pebble Mill at One.

  • We've Only Just Begun
    3-2-1 Valentines


    On 13th February 1982 Lyn Paul appeared on 3-2-1, singing a cover of the Carpenters' hit We've Only Just Begun.

  • Saving All My Love For You
    3-2-1


    In 1986 Lyn joined Ted Rodgers and Dusty Bin for another episode of the popular game show 3-2-1. Lyn performed the Whitney Houston hit Saving All My Love For You.

  • Stand By Your Man
    Legends In Concert


    Clips of Tammy Wynette and her "Country sisters" performing at the Church Street Station, Florida - amongst them Lyn Paul singing her version of Tammy's biggest hit Stand By Your Man.

  • Thank You For The Music
    (HTV)


    A clip of Lyn singing the ABBA hit Thank You For The Music.


  • You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me
    UK Living


    Lyn Paul sings the song she originally took to number 1 with the New Seekers, You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me.

  • Talk Amongst Yourselves
    Royal Albert Hall


    A clip taken from Culture Club's 20th Anniversary Concert at the Royal Albert Hall.


  • Bring Him Home
    Songs Of Praise


    A clip of Lyn Paul singing Bring Him Home from Les Misérables.


New Seekers

  • What Have They Done To My Song, Ma

    A promotional video of the song that started things off for New Seekers - the group's first Top 20 hit in the USA.

  • What Have They Done To My Song, Ma
    Royal Albert Hall


    The song that started things off for New Seekers, here performed at London's Royal Albert Hall in 1972.

  • One / When There's No Love Left
    The Andy Williams Show


    In 1968 Andy Williams had a hit with Can't Take My Eyes Off You. In this clip it's Lyn Paul he can't take his eyes off.

  • Never Ending Song Of Love

    A promotional clip of the New Seekers' hit Never Ending Song Of Love as seen on Australia's Hit Scene.

  • Never Ending Song Of Love
    Top Of The Pops


    Introduced by Tony Blackburn, this is a clip of the New Seekers performing on Top Of The Pops.

  • Never Ending Song Of Love
    Royal Albert Hall


    The New Seekers in concert at the Royal Albert Hall, 1972.

  • I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony)
    Top Of The Pops

    A clip of the New Seekers singing their biggest hit on Top Of The Pops.


  • I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony)
    Mike Douglas Show

    A clip of the New Seekers singing their biggest hit on the Mike Douglas Show.

  • I'd Like To Teach The World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony)
    Royal Albert Hall


    A clip of the New Seekers recorded at the Royal Albert Hall in 1972.

  • Beg, Steal Or Borrow
    It's Cliff Richard


    A clip of the New Seekers from the It's Cliff Richard show, distributed to broadcasters in Europe ahead of the 1972 Eurovision Song Contest.

    This clip is no longer available due to a copyright claim by WMG.

  • Beg, Steal Or Borrow
    1972 Eurovision Song Contest


    A clip of the New Seekers' performance at the 1972 Eurovision Song Contest.

  • Beg, Steal Or Borrow
    Royal Albert Hall


    A clip of the New Seekers singing Beg, Steal Or Borrow in concert at the Royal Albert Hall.

  • Circles
    Top Of The Pops


    Ed Stewart introduced the New Seekers as Circles climbed the singles chart from number 32 to number 21.

  • Circles
    Royal Albert Hall


    A clip of the New Seekers singing Circles in concert at the Royal Albert Hall.

  • I'm A Nut
    Royal Albert Hall


    Lyn Paul was born to entertain. If you needed any evidence, here it is!

  • Smile
    BBC • 50 Years Of Music


    The New Seekers helped the BBC celebrate it's 50th anniversary with their rendition of a classic song by Charlie Chaplin, Geoffrey Parsons and James Phillips.


  • '50s Medley
    BBC • 50 Years Of Music


    A medley of songs from the 1950s: Music! Music! Music!; Bye Bye Love; Catch A Falling Star; Magic Moments; Scarlet Ribbons (For Her Hair).


  • Come Softly To Me
    Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour


  • Pinball Wizard / See Me, Feel Me

    Fantastic promo video for the New Seekers' 1973 hit.

  • Pinball Wizard / See Me, Feel Me

    A television appearance by the New Seekers, recorded as the group promoted the single in continental Europe.

  • We've Got To Do It Now
    The Two Ronnies


    And on a packed programme tonight,,, the New Seekers.

  • We've Got To Do It Now
    (promo video)


    Released in September 1973, We've Got To Do It Now was featured in this cinema advert for the Keep Britain Tidy campaign.

  • You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me
    It's Lulu


    The New Seekers were back in Britain after six months in the States. The group appeared on It's Lulu to promote their new single, which Eve Graham introduced as You'll Never Find Another Fool Like Me.

  • You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me
    Top Of The Pops


    On 22nd November 1973 You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me was the Top Of The Pops 'Tip For The Top'. The New Seekers performed the song minus Marty, who had been delayed in Venice by "plane difficulties"


  • You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me
    Top Of The Pops


    You Won't Find Another Fool Like Me was featured on Top Of The Pops more often than any of the New Seekers' other hits. This performance was broadcast on 20th December 1973.


  • I Get A Little Sentimental Over You
    Top Of The Pops


    The New Seekers were about to split - and it appeared from this performance that Eve Graham already had. The New Seekers performed their last Top 5 hit as a foursome with Lyn Paul on lead vocal.

  • Free To Be... You And Me
    Marlo Thomas & Friends


    The opening sequence from the Marlo Thomas TV special Free To Be...You And Me, aired on 11th March 1974.

  • Anthem (One Day In Every Week)
    Top Of The Pops


    Lyn Paul had left the New Seekers in 1974. The group re-formed in 1976 and managed to have a hit or two without her. This is the best thing the group did in the years "after Lyn".


Commercials


Blood Brothers

  • Blood Brothers cast interview
    (UK tour 2009)


    A clip of Lyn Paul and the "twins", Sean Jones and Simon Willmont, interviewed outside the Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth on 19th August 2009.

  • Blood Brothers (UK Tour 2010)

    A short interview with Lyn Paul recorded backstage at the Bristol Hippodrome.


Blood Brothers logo.


Rhinestone Mondays

  • Rhinestone rehearsals

    A clip of Lyn Paul rehearsing with the cast of Rhinestone Mondays..

  • Rhinestone interviews

    Short interviews with Faye Tozer and Ian H. Watkins recorded during the rehearsals for Rhinestone Mondays.

  • Rhinestone interviews

    Short interviews with Lyn Paul, Shaun Williamson, Faye Tozer and Ian H. Watkins recorded during the rehearsals for Rhinestone Mondays.

  • Rhinestone interviews

    Short interview with Shaun Williamson recorded during the rehearsals for Rhinestone Mondays.

  • Rhinestone Trailer

    A tailer promoting Rhinestone Mondays.


Taboo

  • Talk Amongst Yourselves

    A clip taken from the DVD recording of the West End production of Taboo.


  • Independant Woman

    Another clip from the DVD recording of the West End production of Taboo.


  • Safe In The City

    A selection of scenes from the West End production of Taboo
    , the first of which features Luke Evans, Lyn Paul and David Burt - "Saturday night... downtown Bromley... home sweet home with James family".

  • Everything Taboo

    The opening scene of the Second Act, featuring two brief appearances by Lyn Paul. "Oh, it's my lucky night. I love Roxy Music!"

  • Bow Down Mister / Karma Chameleon

    The finalé of Boy George's musical Taboo.


Taboo fan.



The Cromer Crhistmas Show

 

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Other YouTube Links...






Virgil Brothers
(Peter Doyle)
Baby I Need
Your Loving





Virgil Brothers
(Peter Doyle)
Temptation
'Bout To Get Me


YouTube video clip.

Prima Donna
(Danny Finn)
Love Enough For Two

Eurovision
Song Contest,
1980


YouTube video clip.

Eve Graham
& Danny Finn,
'The Wiz' Medley:
A Brand New Day /
Ease On
Down The Road



YouTube video clip.

Eve Graham
I Wish


YouTube video clip.

Eve Graham
featuring Danny Finn
Time In A Bottle,
Andy's Party

(Grampian Television)




YouTube video clip.

Eve Graham
Beautiful People



YouTube video clip.

Eve Graham
Circles



YouTube video clip.

Eve Graham
Skye Boat Song



YouTube video clip.

Eve Graham
The Way
Old Friends Do






YouTube video clip.

Eve Graham
I'd Like To Teach
The World To Sing
(In Perfect Harmony)



YouTube video clip.

Nicola Kerr,
The One In My Life




YouTube video clip.

Nicola Kerr,
This Isn't War
(It's Revolution)




YouTube video clip.

Marty Kristian,
One Too Many Mornings,
Go!! Show,
1966



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