Timeline

1938
6 March
– Pauline Veronica Boty born in Carshalton, south London

1949–54
Wallington County Girls Grammar School

1954
Scholarship to Wimbledon School of Art

1954–56
Intermediate Diploma [lithography]

1956–58
National Diploma in Art and Design [stained glass]

1958–61
Royal College of Art [School of Stained Glass]

1958
Secretary of the Anti-Ugly Action group [AUA]

1961/2
Waitress in Terence Conran’s first restaurant, The Soup Kitchen

1962
Acted in “The Knack” at The Royal Court Theatre
Appeared in BBC Monitor programme “Pop Goes the Easel”
Acted in “ITV Armchair Theatre” play “North City Traffic Straight Ahead”
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]

1962/3
Taught at Hammersmith School of Art

1963
Acted in “Maigret: Peter the Lett” for the BBC
Acted in “Day of the Prince” at the Royal Court Theatre
24 June – married Clive Goodwin
Acted in “Afternoon Men” at New Arts Theatre
Interviewed about Pop art on the BBC’s “Tonight”programme
10 September – solo show at Grabowski opened
6 October–22 March – presented on “The Public Ear” fortnightly BBC radio show

1964
Acted in “The Frantick Rebel” episode of “Espionage” for ITV
Acted in BBC Monitor programme “Béla Bartók”
Acted in “Short Circuit”, a BBC Drama
Appeared on “Don’t Say a Word” quiz show with Clive Goodwin

1965
Acted in ”Day of the Ragnarok” for BBC2
Acted in six-part BBC TV serial “Contract to Kill”
Acted in “Day Out for Lucy” for BBC2
Appeared on “Late Night Line Up” as guest TV critic
Acted in “The Londoners – a Day Out for Lucy” for BBC TV

1966
17 February – gave birth to daughter Boty Goodwin
1 July – died at Royal Marsden Hospital, LondonPauline Veronica Boty1938
6 March
– born in Carshalton, south London

1949–54
Wallington County Girls Grammar School

1954
Scholarship to Wimbledon School of Art

1954–56
Intermediate Diploma [lithography]

1956–58
National Diploma in Art and Design [stained glass]

1958–61
Royal College of Art [School of Stained Glass]

1958
Secretary of the Anti-Ugly Action group [AUA]

1961/2
Waitress in Terence Conran’s first restaurant, The Soup Kitchen

1962
Acted in “The Knack” at The Royal Court Theatre
Appeared in BBC Monitor programme “Pop Goes the Easel”
Acted in “ITV Armchair Theatre” play “North City Traffic Straight Ahead”
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]

1962/3
Taught at Hammersmith School of Art

1963
Acted in “Maigret: Peter the Lett” for the BBC
Acted in “Day of the Prince” at the Royal Court Theatre
24 June – married Clive Goodwin
Acted in “Afternoon Men” at New Arts Theatre
Interviewed about Pop art on the BBC’s “Tonight”programme
10 September – solo show at Grabowski opened
6 October–22 March – presented on “The Public Ear” fortnightly BBC radio show

1964
Acted in “The Frantick Rebel” episode of “Espionage” for ITV
Acted in BBC Monitor programme “Béla Bartók”
Acted in “Short Circuit”, a BBC Drama
Appeared on “Don’t Say a Word” quiz show with Clive Goodwin

1965
Acted in ”Day of the Ragnarok” for BBC2
Acted in six-part BBC TV serial “Contract to Kill”
Acted in “Day Out for Lucy” for BBC2
Appeared on “Late Night Line Up” as guest TV critic
Acted in “The Londoners – a Day Out for Lucy” for BBC TV

1966
17 February – gave birth to daughter Boty Goodwin
1 July – Pauline Boty died at Royal Marsden Hospital, London