Mary receives phone call from Teddington Studios to ask if she would appear on Opportunity Knocks on May 4th.
Mary's first Cambrian Recording, Llais Swynol, is released on her birthday.
Mary's first appearance on Opportunity Knocks. She sings 'Turn Turn Turn'.
Mary filmed at EMI with Paul McCartney for an Apple promo film. Mary and Paul are filmed listening to a playback of one of her first recordings.
Mary appears with Paul McCartney on David Frost Presents along with Frankie Howerd, to be shown in the USA only. Mary sings 2 songs (titles unknown).
Mary attends Yellow Submarine Premiere.
Mary appears on front page of Disc and Music Echo. Headline states that Sandie Shaw is to rush release her version of 'Those Were The Days' in direct competition with Mary and Apple!
'Those Were The Days' released.
Mary and Paul McCartney filmed together for the Magpie children's programme on ITV.
Appears at St Paul's Cathedral London for the Pop Experience. Sings 'Morning Of My Life', 'Turn Turn Turn' and 'Plasir D'Amour'.
Mary guests on London Weekend's TV Startime.
Mary travels to Stockholm to promote 'Those Were the Days' which was number 1 in Sweden. She sang on a programme called Timmen(The Hour) broadcast on Saturday night. This was when Sweden only had one TV channel so everybody watched it. She also sang 'Turn Turn Turn' and there was a lot of coverage in the press. A Swedish TV man had seen Mary perform in St. Paul's cathedral and had managed to get her to Sweden for a small fee only as the press reported, otherwise it would have been too expensive for Swedish TV. She left for the UK on Sunday morning so it was only a short stay. (This item courtesy of Lars Thoren, Sweden.)
Mary attends Donovan concert at Madison Square Gardens, New York. (This item courtesy of Anders Fogelklou.)
Mary appears on the Ed Sullivan Show.
Mary appears on special gala edition of Opportunity Knocks and receives the Variety Club Silver Award.
Mary is offered (and declines) role in new film The Rape of the Fair Country to be produced by Stanley Baker. She also is to record the theme music for the new film, Where's Jack.
Mary attends the Apple Christmas Party in the Apple Building.
Appears on the Top of The Pops Christmas Special.
Thanks to Pat Richmond who compiled this diary. More years coming soon!