The concert was broadcast live by the BBC on the programme Swinging Sound, and in between rehearsals the group did a photo session for the weekly listings magazine Radio Times.
I met Jane asher when she was sent by the Radio Times to cover a concert we were in at the Royal Albert Hall - we had a photo taken with her for the magazine and we all fancied her.
It was really like culture shock in the way they ran their lives, because the doctor obviously had a quite tight diary, but all of them ran it that way.
They would do things that I'd never seen before, like at dinner there would be word games.
Now I'm bright enough, but mine is an intuitive brightness.
I could just about keep up with that and I could always say, 'I don't know that word.' I was always honest.
Margaret Asher occasionally used it as a test piece for her students, which pleased Mc Cartney.
They went on a number of dates in London, and their romance became public when they were photographed leaving the Prince of Wales theatre after watching Neil Simon's play Never Too Late.Although they often went to plays and clubs, Mc Cartney and Asher often stayed in at her parents' home at 57 Wimpole Street, a townhouse with six floors.Jane Asher suggested he regard the house as his London home, and her mother agreed to let him move into the attic room.They invited her back to their hotel, the Royal Court in Sloane Square, before moving on to the Kings Road apartment of Chris Hutchins, a journalist.The others left Paul alone in the bedroom with Jane, after a lot of winking. I told her, "It appears you're a nice girl."' 'They couldn't believe I was a virgin,' says Jane.