6 March
– Pauline Veronica Boty born in Croydon, south London

Wallington County Girls Grammar School

Scholarship to Wimbledon School of Art

Visited her uncle John Stewart in Marilla, near Lake Eyrie in the USA over the summer with her mother Veronica, travelling on the Queen Mary together.

Intermediate Diploma [lithography]

National Diploma in Art and Design [stained glass]

Royal College of Art [School of Stained Glass]

Secretary of the Anti-Ugly Action group [AUA]
11 December – interviewed by Alan Whicker for BBC programme “Tonight”, with William Wilkins, Roddy Maude-Roxby and Ken Baynes

16 March
– “Of all things she is secretary of the ANTI UGLIES!” article published in the Daily Express

30 November – 29 December “Blake, Boty, Porter, Reeve” at the AIA Gallery
31 December – attended the new year’s eve party at Chelsea School of Art, where she met Philip Saville

Waitress in Terence Conran’s first restaurant, The Soup Kitchen

25 March – broadcast of BBC “Monitor” programme “Pop Goes the Easel”
27 March – opening of Ann Jellicoe’s “The Knack” at The Royal Court Theatre
22 July – broadcast of “ITV Armchair Theatre” play “North City Traffic Straight Ahead”
28 August – opening of “New Approaches To The Figure” at the Arthur Jeffress Gallery
8 November – cover article by Derek Marlowe in Scene magazine
9 November – broadcast of BBC play “The Face They See”
December – collected Bob Dylan from airport with Philip Saville and escorted the singer around London for three weeks leading up to his appearance in the BBC Sunday Night Play “The Madhouse on Castle Street” produced by Saville [broadcast 13 January 1963]

Taught diploma students mosaic and stained glass at Hammersmith School of Art

January – “2 POP people” article published in Vogue
March – “Pauline Goes Pop” article published in Men Only
14 May – 8 June – “Day of the Prince” at the Royal Court Theatre
25 May –15 June – “Pop Art” exhibition at Midland Group Gallery
24 June – married Clive Goodwin
9 August – dancer with Derek Boshier in first episode of “Ready Steady Go!”
22 August – “Afternoon Men” opened at New Arts Theatre
9 September – interviewed about Pop art on the BBC’s “Tonight” programme
10 September 10 – 5 October 5 – solo show at Grabowski Gallery
6 October – 22 March – presented “The Public Ear” fortnightly BBC radio show
17 December – broadcast of “Maigret: Peter the Lett” for the BBC

1 February – broadcast of “The Frantick Rebel” episode of “Espionage” for ITV
– “The Two Worlds of Pauline Boty” article published in Men Only
24 May – broadcast of BBC Monitor programme “Béla Bartók”
20 August – broadcast of “Don’t Say a Word” quiz show with Clive Goodwin
September – “Living Doll” article by Nell Dunn published in Vogue

January 1965 – broadcast of ”Day of the Ragnarok” for BBC2
March – broadcast of start of six-part BBC TV serial “Contract to Kill”
3 May – appeared on “Late Night Line Up” as guest TV critic
1 July – broadcast of “The Londoners – a Day Out for Lucy” for BBC2
11 July – attended The First International Poetry Incarnation at the Royal Albert Hall
August – broadcast of “The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre” [Episode: “Strangler’s Web”]

17 February – gave birth to daughter Boty Goodwin
24 March – release of “Alfie”
1 July – died at Royal Marsden Hospital, London


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