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Trivia
Sixties Academy Awards 1964 Academy Awards - The 'Oscars'
Best Actor: Rex Harrison ( My Fair Lady )
Best Actress: Julie Andrews ( Mary Poppins )
Best Film: My Fair Lady
Sixties City Eurovision
Winner: Italy
Gigliola Cinquetti: 'Non Ho L'Eta Per Amarti'
Sixties average weekly wage
Average Weekly Wage
£18.2s.2d
UK Population
53,991,000
World Population
3,276,491,201
Sixties Prices
1964 Prices
Sixties Births
1964 Births
Sixties Deaths
1964 Deaths

Sixties City Olympics
1964 Olympics -
British Gold Medal Winners
Innsbruck Winter Olympics: Tony Nash and Robin Dixon (Two-Man Bobsleigh)

Tokyo Summer Olympics:  Lynn Davies: (Mens Long Jump)      Mary Rand: (Womens Long Jump)      Anne Packer: (Womens 800 Metres)      Ken Matthews: (Mens 20 Kilometre Walk)

UK Involvement in Military Actions:
Indonesia–Malaysia confrontation (1962-1966)
Dhofar Rebellion (1962-1975)
Aden Emergency (1963-1967)

General Retail Price Index (RPI) 4.8% Index 14.4 Interest Rate (gross) on Savings Accounts 3.50%
News Philips introduce the musicassette (compact cassette) UK average house price £3,360
1964 Rudi Gernreich 'designs' the topless swimsuit

Unemployment quoted at 405,000
Nancy Astor the first female M.P. dies China tests its first atomic bomb
  Ian Smith becomes Prime Minister of Rhodesia The first MOOG synthesiser is developed by Robert Moog
  Peter Sellers marries Britt Ekland at Guildford register office British troops are sent into Cyprus
  Henry Cooper wins the European Heavyweight boxing title Elizabeth Taylor marries Richard Burton
  Chemotherapy is first used in the treatment of cancer The Indian statesman Panjit Nehru dies
  Miss Universe is Corinna Tsopei (Miss Greece) Honda diversifies into car production
  The first postulation of the existence of Quarks is made Miss World is Ann Sidney (Miss United Kingdom)
  Construction of the Aswan Dam is commenced at Abu Simbel Word processors are first generally seen
 

John Surtees becomes the only man to win world titles on both two and four wheels
Donald Campbell captures world land (403.10 m.p.h.) and water (276.33 m.p.h.) speed records in Australia
  Lyndon B. Johnson wins presidential election and signs the Civil Rights Act and Anti-Poverty Bill Grand Prix crashes claim the lives of Carel de Beaufort and Tim Mayer
  U.S. Congress passes the Gulf of Tonkin resolution to allow America to make war on Vietnam The first official world surfing championships are held at Manly, Sydney and won by Australian, Bernard 'Midget' Farrelly
  Nelson Mandela and 7 others are sentenced to life imprisonment for treason The first electronic ticket barriers and unmanned trains are seen on the London Underground

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1964 Prices

800kg sliced white loaf - 1s 2d (5.8p)
Litre of petrol - 1s 0.24d (5.1p)
Pint of milk - 9d (3.8p)
Pint of beer - 1s 6.5d (7.8p)
20 cigarettes - 4s 11d (24.6p)

Average house price £3,360

UK inflation rate 3.5%



1964 Births


January 14 Steven Spielberg, director
January 23 Gail O'Grady, actress
January 26 Andrew Ridgely, musician
February 9 Travis Tritt, country music singer
February 17 Michael Jordan, basketball player
February 19 Seal, singer
February 21 William Baldwin, actor
February 22 Vijay Singh, golfer
February 22 Devon Malcolm, cricketer
March 6 D.L. Hughley, actor, comedian
March 10 Neneh Cherry, musician
March 12 Joaquim Cruz, Brazilian track athlete
March 14 Bruce Reid, Australian cricketer
March 18 Vanessa L. Williams, actress, singer
March 20 Kathy Ireland, supermodel and actress
March 27 Quentin Tarantino, actor, director, writer, producer
April 4 Jack Del Rio, American football player and coach
April 4 Graham Norton, talk show host
April 13 Garry Kasparov, World Chess Champion 1985-2000
April 21 Roy Dupuis, actor
April 26 Jet Li, martial arts fighter, actor
April 27 Cali Timmins, actress
May 11 Natasha Richardson, actress
May 12 Vanessa A. Williams, actress
May 24 Joe Dumars, basketball star
May 25 Mike Myers, actor, comedian
June 6 Jason Isaacs, actor
June 9 Johnny Depp, actor
June 13 Bettina Bunge, tennis player
June 17 Greg Kinnear, actor
June 18 Bruce Smith, American football player
June 23 Colin Montgomerie, golfer
June 25 George Michael, singer
June 27 Meera Syal, writer, singer, journalist and actress
July 16 Phoebe Cates, actress
July 30 Lisa Kudrow, American actress
August 3 James Hetfield, Metallica co-founder
August 6 Kevin Mitnick, computer hacker
August 19 John Stamos, actor
August 23 Kenny Wallace, NASCAR race car driver
August 30 Paul Oakenfold, DJ
October 1 Mark McGwire, baseball player
October 10 Daniel Pearl, journalist
October 22 Brian Boitano, figure skater
October 26 Natalie Merchant, singer, songwriter, musician
November 4 Lena Zavaroni, Scottish singer
November 13 Vinny Testaverde, American football quarterback
November 19 Terry Farrell, Star Trek actress
November 21 Nicolette Sheridan, actress
November 24 Iris Erlingsdottir, OMD, writer, journalist
December 16 Benjamin Bratt, actor
December 18 Brad Pitt, actor
December 23 Jim Harbaugh, American football player



1964 Deaths

January 2 Dick Powell, TV host
January 5 Rogers Hornsby, Baseball Hall of Fame
January 18 Hugh Gaitskell, politician
January 29 Robert Frost, American poet
January 30 Francis Poulenc, French composer
February 11 Sylvia Plath, American poet, novelist
February 22 John Lewis, chain store founder
March 4 William Carlos Williams, American writer
March 5 Patsy Cline, Hawkshaw Hawkins and Cowboy Copas, country music singers
April 4 Jason Robards, actor
April 6 Otto Struve, astronomer
April 9 Eddie Edwards, jazz musician
May 7 Max Miller, comedian
May 12 Bobby Kerr, Canadian track athlete
May 31 Edith Hamilton, author
June 3 Pope John XXIII
June 11 Thich Quang Duc, Vietnamese Bhuddist monk (suicide)
June 12 Medgar Evers, civil rights leader
August 5 Theodore Roethke, American poet
August 22 Lord Nuffield, founder of Morris cars
August 23 Mary Gordon, Scottish actress
September 11 Suzanne Duchamp, French Dada painter
October 29 Michael Holliday, singer
November 1 Ngo Dinh Diem, President of South Vietnam
November 15 Fritz Reiner, Hungarian conductor
November 22 John F. Kennedy, 35th President of the United States
November 22 Aldous Huxley, novelist
November 22 C.S. Lewis, novelist
November 24 Lee Harvey Oswald, John F. Kennedy assassin
December 1 Amy Elizabeth Thorpe, American WW2 spy
December 2 Thomas Hicks, American marathon runner
December 5 Sri Deep Narayan Mahaprabhuji, Hindu saint
December 5 Karl Amadeus Hartmann, German composer
December 14 Dinah Washington, singer
December 28 Paul Hindemith, German composer
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The coldest temperature recorded in the northern hemisphere is not within the arctic regions. A temperature of -71 degrees C (-96 degrees F) is recorded in January 1964 in the village of Oymyakon in Eastern Siberia, 320 kilometres south of the Arctic Circle.
The first 'Top of the Pops' programme is broadcast from a disused church in Manchester
The Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland is dissolved
Pope Paul VI and Patriarch Athenagoras I meet in Jerusalem
The Rolling Stones start their first tour as a headline act, supported by The Ronettes
In his first State-of-the-Union address, Lyndon B. Johnson declares a 'War on Poverty'
The mainly Arab government of Zanzibar is overthrown by African nationalist rebels
'I Want to Hold Your Hand' by The Beatles released in the United States
Mary Quant declares Paris fashions to be 'out of date'
'Hello Dolly!' opens in New York City's St. James Theatre
John Glenn, the first American astronaut, resigns and announces that he will seek the Ohio Democratic nomination for U.S. Senator
Plans to build the World Trade Center are announced
The trial of The Great Train Robbers starts
'Meet the Beatles', the first Beatles album in the United States, is released
Kenneth Kaunda is inaugurated as the first President of Northern Rhodesia
The 24th Amendment to the United States Constitution is ratified
The launch of the Echo C spacecraft is the first joint U.S. / Soviet project
A U.S. Air Force jet is shot down by Soviet fighters near Erfurt, East Germany
The USSR launches two scientific satellites, Elektron I and II, from a single rocket
The 9th Winter Olympics open in Innsbruck
Actor Alan Ladd dies
The junta ruling South Vietnam is toppled in a bloodless coup led by Maj.Gen. Nguyen Khanh
Ranger 6 is launched by NASA. Its mission is to crash-land on the moon with TV cameras

Top of the Pops 1964

Alan Ladd with Marilyn Monroe

 


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American spacecraft Ranger 6 crashes on the moon
The Government of the United States authorises the Twenty-fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution
Britain and France agree to build a Channel tunnel
Cuba cuts off the normal water supply to the United States naval base at Guantanamo Bay
Beatlemania hits the States as The Beatles arrive to start their first U.S. Tour
The Beatles make their first appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show
Greeks and Turks begin fighting in Limassol, Cyprus
Actor Edward Gargan dies
£10 notes are issued for the first time since WWII
Chrysler's HEMI racing engine (426 Cubic Inches) debuts at the Daytona 500
Cassius Clay beats Sonny Liston in 7th rd to become World Heavyweight Boxing Champion
John Glenn slips on a rug, injuring his inner ear, prompting him to withdraw from the Senate nomination
The Italian government asks for help to keep the Leaning Tower of Pisa from falling over
Princess Alexandra gives birth to James Ogilvy
The Lockheed SR-71 'Blackbird' 2,000mph warplane is first made public

Clay vs Liston 1964

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Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, suspected military head of al-Qaeda, is born
Jimmy Hoffa, President of the Teamsters Union, is convicted of tampering with a Federal jury
Malta gains independence
King Paul I of Greece dies and is succeeded by Constantine II
The Dave Clark Five make their debut on The Ed Sullivan show singing 'Glad All Over'
Malcolm 'X' says that he is forming a black nationalist party
The first Ford Mustang comes off the assembly line at the Ford Motor Company
Prince Edward is born to Queen Elizabeth II
The first passenger flight of BEA's Hawker Siddeley Trident takes place
The Dave Clark Five turn professional
In Dallas, a jury finds Jack Ruby guilty of killing JFK assassin Lee Harvey Oswald
The ESRO (European Space Research Organization), agreed in 1962, is finally established
Playwright Brendan Behan dies
Actor Peter Lorre dies
The biggest earthquake in U.S. history, magnitude 9.2, inflicts massive damage to Anchorage, Alaska
Radio Caroline starts broadcasting, Britain's first 'pirate' radio station
A military overthrow starts 21 years of dictatorship in Brazil

Radio Caroline

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The first commercial hydrofoil service to France from the Channel Islands is introduced
American General Douglas MacArthur dies
Jigme Dorfi, Premier of Bhutan, is shot dead by an unidentified assassin
IBM announces the System/360
The Brazilian Congress elects General Humberto Castelo Branco as President of Brazil
The Great Train robbers receive a total of 307 years imprisonment
In West Germany Geraldine Mock completes the first round the world solo flight by a woman
President Lyndon Johnson and Premier Nikita Khrushchev announce plans to cut back production of materials for making nuclear weapons
Nelson Mandela makes his 'I Am Prepared to Die' speech at the opening of the Rivonia Trial
BBC2 broadcasts its first programme - 'Play School'
Greville Wynn is exchanged for Soviet spy Gordon Lonsdale
The first 'season' of the New York World's Fair is opened
Thieves steal the head of the Little Mermaid statue in Copenhagen
Tanganyika and Zanzibar merge to form Tanzania
Lady Helen Windsor is born to the Duchess of Kent
The first passenger flight of the Standard Vickers VC-10 is made

Geraldine Mock

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The Pulitzer Prize committee decide there is no drama, fiction or music worthy of an award this year
The UK sees the first change in tobacco and alcohol duties since 1961
The first Habitat store opens in London at 77 Fulham Road
Lady Sarah Armstrong-Jones is born to Princess Margaret
Barry Goldwater receives more than 75% of the votes in the Texas Republican Presidential primary
A fire at Chappell's Music kills one and destroys thousands of music manuscripts and records
A Pacific Airlines Fokker F27 crashes near Dublin, California, killing all 44 aboard
'Pirate' Radio Atlanta (later Caroline South) begins broadcasting
Mods and Rockers clash in seafront riots at Brighton and Margate
The US State Department claim that more than 40 hidden microphones have been found in the walls of the U.S. Embassy in Moscow
Mrs. Madeline Dassault, wife of the French plane manufacturer and politician, is kidnapped
Pablo Picasso paints his fourth 'Head of a Bearded Man'
300 spectators are crushed to death in a riot at a football match in Lima, Peru.
'Pirate' Radio Sutch (later Radio City) begins broadcasting

Prime Minister Nehru of India dies; he is succeeded by Lal Shastri

Mods and Rockers
 

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The Palestine Liberation Organisation is created in Jerusalem
Cabaret artiste Phyllis Dixey dies, aged 50
The Rolling Stones begin their first US tour (with Bobby Goldsboro and Bobby Vee)
President Chung Hee Park declares martial law in Seoul, South Korea, after 10,000 student demonstrators overpower police
The Blue Streak is used in a launch from Woomera, Australia
Geoff Boycott makes his test cricket debut v Australia at Trent Bridge
Christine Keeler is released from prison
U.S. army deserter George John Gessner is convicted of passing secrets to the Russians
Lord Beaverbrook, press Baron of Express newspapers, dies aged 85
Greece rejects direct talks with Turkey over Cyprus
Nelson Mandela and seven others are sentenced to life imprisonment in South Africa
A crowd of 300,000 greet The Beatles on their arrival in Adelaide, Australia
Francois Duvalier is declared President for life in Haiti
Senator Edward Kennedy is seriously injured in a private plane crash in Massachusetts
The Vatican condemns the female contraceptive pill
Moise Tshombe returns to Congo from his exile from Spain
The last UN troops leave Congo

Blue Streak
 

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ITV is off-air for five days due to strike action
275 BEA flights are cancelled at Heathrow due to strike action
Singer Tom Jones signs for the Decca record label
President Lyndon Johnson signs the Civil Rights Act of 1964 into law
The Beatles film 'A Hard Day's Night' premieres at The Pavilion Theatre, London
Malawi declares independence from the United Kingdom
Spacecraft Mariner IV gives the first close-up pictures of Mars
Spurs footballer John White is killed by lightning on a golf course in Enfield
Second meeting of the Organization of African Unity takes place
The total number of United States forces in Vietnam rises to 21,000
Winston Churchill leaves the House of Commons for the last time
Lennon and McCartney are almost electrocuted by faulty microphones in Sweden
The first family planning clinic opens
Country singing star Jim Reeves dies in a plane crash near Beery Field airport, Nashville
Ranger 7 sends back the first close-up views of the surface of the moon

Winston Churchill
 

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United States destroyers USS Maddox and USS C. Turner Joy are attacked in the Gulf of Tonkin
Aircraft from carriers USS Ticonderoga and USS Constellation bomb North Vietnam in retaliation
The Simba rebel army in Congo captures Stanleyville and takes 1000 western hostages
Actor Cedric Hardwicke dies
A Rolling Stones gig in The Kurhaus in Scheveningen ends in a riot after 15 minutes
Great Train Robber Charles Wilson escapes from Winston Green prison
Ian Fleming, author of 13 James Bond books, dies in Canterbury aged 56
Murderers Gwynne Owen Evans and Peter Anthony Allen are executed in twin executions at Strangeways and Walton prisons. They are the last people to be executed in the United Kingdom
Singer Johnny Burnette is drowned in a fishing accident
Freddie Trueman becomes the first man to take 300 Test wickets in cricket
In a coup, General Nguyen Khanh replaces Duong Van Minh as South Vietnam's chief of state
Three women are found guilty of indecency for wearing topless dresses in public
The first 'Match of the Day' programme is broadcast, Kenneth Wolstenholme commentating
Roger Hunt scores the first 'Match of the Day' goal as Liverpool beat Arsenal 3-2
Nimbus 1 is launched, the first satellite to take good quality night pictures

Roger Hunt

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Pete Townshend of The Who destroys his first guitar in the name of auto-destructive art
Robert Kennedy resigns as U.S. Attorney-General to run for Senate
The Forth Road Bridge opens over the Firth of Forth in Scotland
NASA launches its first Orbital Geophysical Observatory, OGO-1
Germany receives its 1,000,000th foreign worker
Rod Steward records his first single 'Good Morning Little Schoolgirl'
The Palestinian Liberation Army (PLA) is formed
The Daily Herald newspaper ceases publication
The presses at 'The Sun' newspaper start rolling at 10 p.m.
Walt Disney is awarded the 'Medal of Freedom' at The White House
'Shindig!' premieres on the US channel ABC, featuring the top musical acts of the Sixties
Licences are granted to 22 applicants to drill for oil and gas in the North Sea
'Bewitched', starring Elizabeth Montgomery, premieres on the US channel ABC
The Supremes release 'Baby Love'
Princess Anne-Marie of Denmark marries King Constantine II of Greece in Athens
Bill Haley returns to Britain for the first time since 1957, supporting Brenda Lee
'The Man from U.N.C.L.E.' premieres on NBC-TV
The Warren Commission Report, the first official investigation into the JFK assassination, is published
'The Munsters' premieres on US television
The first Minuteman II ICBM is tested
Willi Stoph succeeds Otto Great as premier of the German Democratic Republic
The TSR2 supersonic strike aircraft makes its maiden flight
Comedian Harpo Marx dies, aged 70

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Robert Kennedy

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The Japanese 'Bullet' train runs for the first time
23 men and 31 women escape to West Berlin through a tunnel under the Berlin Wall
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip begin an 8-day visit to Canada
The 18th modern Olympic games open in Tokyo, Japan
Entertainer Eddie Cantor dies
The USSR launches the first 3-person spacecraft and the first spaceflight without space suits
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr is announced as the youngest ever winner of the Nobel Peace Prize
Musician Cole Porter dies
Khrushchev is deposed as Leonid Brezhnev and Alexei Kosygin assume power in the USSR
Craig Breedlove sets a new auto speed record of 846.97 kph
Harold Wilson becomes Labour Prime Minister in U.K. general election
The People's Republic of China explodes an atomic bomb in Sinkiang
Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev officially succeeds Nikita Khruschev as Soviet First Secretary
Ex-U.S. President Herbert Hoover dies
A design is selected to become the new official Flag of Canada
EMI records reject an audition by 'The High Numbers' - they go on to become 'The Who'
French author/philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre refuses the Nobel prize
Time Magazine uses the term 'op art' for the first time
Northern Rhodesia becomes the independent Republic of Zambia, ending 73 years of British rule
Dr Kenneth David Kaunda becomes president of Zambia
Singers Sonny and Cher get married
The TAMI show is filmed, showcasing The Rolling Stones
The 565 carat 'Star of India' is stolen from the American Museum of Natural History in New York
The Windmill Theatre, famous for its nude tableaux, closes down
Brezhnev (left) with Khruschev

Wilson election victory 1964

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A budget increases petrol prices by 6d a gallon
The first episode of television soap opera 'Crossroads' is broadcast
President Victor Paz Estenssoro of Bolivia is overthrown by a military rebellion
Lyndon B. Johnson defeats Republican Barry Goldwater in the U.S. presidential election
Mariner 3, an intended Mars probe, is launched from Cape Kennedy but fails
Judy Garland gives a concert jointly with daughter Liza Minelli in London
The House of Commons votes to abolish the death penalty for murder in Britain
Australia partially reintroduces compulsory military service due to the Indonesian Confrontation
An economy budget raises income tax by 6% to pay for larger old age pensions
The U.S. Defence Dept announces the closing of 95 military bases including Brooklyn Navy Yard
The Verrazano Narrows Bridge (at the time, the world's longest suspension bridge) opens to traffic
The first British commercial radio station, Radio Manx, goes on air
Belgian paratroopers and mercenaries capture Stanleyville but some hostages die in the fighting
NASA launches the Mariner 4 Mars probe from Cape Kennedy
The Soviet space probe Zond 2 joins Mariner 4 heading towards Mars

Crossroads cast 1964

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Faisal succeeds Saudi as king of Saudi Arabia
Ringo Starr has his tonsils removed
Police arrest over 800 students during protests at the University of California, Berkeley
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr preaches a sermon in St. Paul's Cathedral
Lord Marks of Marks & Spencer dies aged 76
The Nobel Peace Prize is awarded to Dr Martin Luther King Jr
Singer Sam Cooke is shot dead in L.A. by motel manageress Bertha Lee Franklin
Che Guevara speaks at the United Nations General Assembly in New York City
Shooting starts for 'Star Trek' pilot episode 'The Cage' (aired as 'The Menagerie')
Dusty Springfield returns from South Africa after refusing to play to segregated audiences.
The House of Commons votes to abolish the death penalty in Britain
The General Dynamics F111 'Aardvark' fighter/bomber makes its first flight
Radio London, the American-backed 'pirate' radio station 'Big L' begins broadcasting
The 'Moors Murderers' claim their last victim
Roy Parker, editor and founder of Record Retailer, dies aged 45
An East-end shooting incident is linked to the Kray brothers
Donald Campbell sets a new world water speed record (276.33 mph)

F-111 'Aardvark' fighter / bomber

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