The Beatles - A Day in The Life : Thursday, August 22, 1963
Southern Independent Television Centre, Northam, Southampton, Hampshire
Six nights in Bournemouth, two shows each. It was during this week, athe their hotel in town, the Palace Court, that photographer Robert Freeman took the "half-shadow" cover photo for their next album, "With The Beatles".
On Wednesday, editing and mono mixing for the new LP took place back at EMI Studios, of songs (There's a devil in her heart), "Money (That's all I want)", "You really got a hold on me", "Please Mister Postman", "Till there was you", "Roll Over Beethoven", "All my Loving", and "It won't be long". The work was carried out from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm and 2:00-5:30 pm, although the Beatles may have been present during the first session and part of the second, but they would have left by mid-afternoon to be back in Bournemouth by the evening.
On Thursday (lunchtime), the Beatles (again with Freeman) drove across to the Southampton studios of Southern Television, where - miming to "She Loves You", they taped an appearance on Southern's local news-magazine program, "Day By Day", broadcast that same evening between 5:55 and 6:40 pm.