1959: Cliff Richard with the new Drifters (Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch & Jet Harris making their debut) released "Livin’ Lovin’ Doll" / "Steady With You" (DB 4249) it only peaks at No.20 in the chart.
January 11th, Cliff Richard appeared at the ‘New Musical Express’ annual Poll Winners Concert is held at the Royal Albert Hall, London, Cliff sings “Move It”, “One Night” and “High Class Baby”.
NME presented Cup to Cliff Richard for being voted by readers "The Most Promising New Singer of 1958".
January 17th, 1959: Cliff Richard and the Drifters appeared on ‘Oh Boy!’(SHOW # 19), Cliff singing "Move It", "One Night" and "High Class Baby".
Tito Burns became Cliff’s manager, replacing Franklin Boyd and John Foster.
Cliff Richard booked for Lyceum Ballroom Cabaret spot.
January 31st, Cliff Richard and the Drifters appeared on ‘Oh Boy!’ other artists are Shirley Bassey and Don Lang.

1960: NME Final Chart Positions for 1959:
1. Russ Conway
2. Cliff Richard
3. Lonnie Donegan
4. Marty Wilde
5. Elvis Presley

Cliff Richard’s "Travellin’ Light" is at No.5 in NME Top selling singles charts and “Living Doll” at No.5 in NME Best Selling Sheet Music charts.
Cliff Richard appears on BBC TV’s ‘Parade of the Pops’, Cliff sings “Travellin’ Light”, “I'm Walkin’” and “Pointed Toe Shoes”.
Cliff Richard Top the bill on ‘Saturday Night at the London Palladium’ breaks all the previous records, when nearly 20 million viewers watched this show. It is the biggest audience for a light entertainment program on TV in the history of British TV.
Cliff Richard Named 1960 Palladium Revue Star.
"A Voice In The Wilderness"/ "Don’t Be Mad At Me" (DB 4398) released and reaches No.2
Cliff Richard and the Shadows fly to United States of America for their first tour.
Cliff Richard & The Shadows have been special UK guests on the month-long ‘Dick Clark’s Caravan Of Stars’ US tour.
Cliff Richard appears on ABC TV’s "Pat Boone Show", Cliff sings "Forty Days", "Dynamite", "Living Doll", "A Voice In The Wilderness", "Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin On" and duet with Pat Boone on "Pretty Blue Eyes".

1961: Cliff appear on BBC TV’s Saturday Club, Cliff sings “Good Golly Miss Molly”, “ ‘D’ In Love”, “Lamp Of Love”, “I Love You” and “Working After School”.
“Evergreen Tree” from “Me And My Shadows” album is in Top ten in India.
NME 1960 chart points:
1. Cliff Richard 1416
2. Adam Faith 1386
3. Elvis Presley 1104
4. Everly Brothers 965
10. The Shadows 665

“I Love You” is at No.2 in NME Top selling singles charts and is at No.4 in NME Best Selling Sheet Music charts.
Cliff Richard selected for U.S. Palladium TV Show.
"I Love You" is at No.10 in India.

1962: January 11th, "The Young Ones" / "We Say Yeah" (DB 4761) released.
“The Young Ones" with 524,000 advance UK sales and it soared straight into the chart at No.1, selling over a million copies within days of release.
“The Young Ones” enjoyed a worldwide success and earns Cliff his second Gold Disc.
He also wins an "Ivor Novello Award".
Cliff appears on "Parade of the Pops" singing "The Young Ones" and "Who Are We To Say".
"When The Girl In Your Arms" is at No.2 in India.

1963: On January 3rd, "The Next Time" / "Bachelor Boy" (DB 4950) both sides are the first No.1 of the year and Cliff’s third Gold Disc.
Soundtrack “Summer Holiday” (SX 1472 MONO) / (SCX 3462 STEREO) album is released.
Film "Summer Holiday" premiered in London on 10th January and the album from the film is released.
Cliff Richard has been voted the number one favourite film star in America’s Motion Picture Herald Annual Cinema Survey.
Radio Luxembourg’s "ABC of the Stars" for the first time in history devotes the whole show for Cliff.
Cliff Richard & the Shadows begin tour of South Africa.
Cliff Richard appears on BBC TV’s ‘Parade Of The Pops’, Cliff sings “Do You Wanna Dance”, “The Next Time” and “Bachelor Boy”.

NME 1962 chart points:
1. Elvis Presley 1463
2. Cliff Richard 1131
3. Frank Ifield 817
4. The Shadows 723

1964: The survey by the Billboard magazine in USA, for the sales of 34 countries outside the USA,
Cliff Richard is at No.1; Elvis at No.2 and The Shadows are at No.3
New York Motion Picture Herald’s survey for the 1963 most popular star in Britain, Cliff is at No.1, Peter Sellers at No.2 and Elvis at No.3
"I’m The Lonely One" / "Watch What You Do With my Baby" (DB 7203) released.
NME 1963 chart points:
1. The Beatles 1741
2. Cliff Richard 1323
3. The Shadows 899
4. Gerry & the Pacemakers 894

1965: "I Could Easily Fall (In Love With You)" (DB 7420) is in Top Ten in UK, Holland & Sweden.
NME 1964 chart points:
1. The Beatles 1232
2. The Bachelors 1035
3. The Rolling Stones 1005
7. Cliff Richard 747

1966: NME 1965 chart points:
1. The Rolling Stones 836
2. The Seekers 813
3. The Beatles 760
6. Cliff Richard 631

Result of NME Chart survey for the last five years Cliff Richard is the champion.
1. Cliff Richard 4841
2. Elvis Presley 4344
3. The Beatles 3737
4. The Shadows 3107

1967: Cliff Richard recorded the new version of "Move It" for the album "Don’t Stop Me Now".
Cliff’s "Cinderella" album (SX 6130 Mono) (SCX 6103 Stereo is released.

1968: "The Day I Met Marie" comes 4th in the Best British Disc of the year for 1967.
NME 1967 chart points:
1. Engelbert Humperdinck 1218
2. The Monkees 916
3. Tom Jones 890
4. The Beatles 695
5. Tremeloes 633
7. Cliff Richard 529

1969: Cliff Richard and the Settlers perform a charity concert at Royal Albert Hall in London for the homeless, starving refugees of Biafra.
Cliff Richard begins filming “Life With Johnny” for Tyne Tees Television.

1970: Cliff Richard’s "It’s Cliff Richard" 13 week series on BBC 1 begins.
Result of NME Chart survey for the past decade, Cliff Richard is still the champion.
1. Cliff Richard 7913
2. Elvis Presley 6438
3. The Beatles 6394
4. The Shadows 3790
5. The Rolling Stones 3126

1971: "Sunny Honey Girl"/ "Don’t Move Away" (duet with Olivia) / "I Was Only Fooling Myself" (DB 8747) is released.
"Goodbye Sam Hello Samantha" is voted 7th best British single of the year 1970.
The second "It’s Cliff Richard" series on BBC TV, along with Cliff Richard are Una Stubbs, Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch and John Farrar.
The NME poll results are published.
World Male Singer: 1.Elvis Presley, 2.Cliff Richard, 3. Tom Jones
World Musical Personality: 1.Elvis, 2. Cliff Richard, 3. Andy Williams
Best TV/ Radio show: 1.Top of The Pops, 2.Disco 2, 3. It’s Cliff Richard
British Vocal Personality: 1.Cliff Richard, 2.Tom Jones, 3. Cilla Black
Best British Male Singer: 1.Cliff Richard, 2.Tom Jones, 3. Paul McCartney

1972: Cliff’s new "It’s Cliff Richard" 13 week series on BBC TV.
The NME poll results are published
World Male Singer: 1.Elvis Presley, 2.Cliff Richard, 3.Tom Jones and Rod Stewart
World Musical Personality: 1.Elvis, 2. Cliff Richard, 3. Rod Stewart
Best TV/ Radio show: 1.Top of The Pops, 2.Old Grey Whistle Test, 3. It’s Cliff Richard
British Vocal Personality: 1.Cliff Richard, 2.Rod Stewart, 3. Cilla Black
Best British Make Singer: 1.Cliff Richard, 2.Tom Jones, 3. Rod Stewart

1973: Cliff Richard appears on Cilla Black Show, performing songs for the Eurovision Song Contest.
In the NME poll results, Cliff Richard is at No.4 in the British section and at No.7 in the world section.
BRT TV, Belgium, shows "Cliff In Scotland", Cliff’s sings "Hail The Caledonia", "Skye Boat Song" "Bonnie Mary Of Argyle", "Captain Ramsey Kitchen", "Soldier Soldier", "Highland Fling" and "Scotland The Brave".

1975: Cliff Richard appears in “The Name of Jesus” concert, at Royal Albert Hall. Cliff sings “Bless You”, “Help It Along”, “Jesus Is My Kind Of People”, “Why Me Lord”, “Power To All Our Friends” (duet with Choralerna) and “Amazing Grace”.

1976: EMI release a Box Set of 6 cassettes "The Music and Life of Cliff Richard".

1978: "Yes He Live"/ "Good On The Sally Army" (EMI 2730) Cliff’s 71st single released.

1979: Cliff Richard’s concerts in UK.

1980: Cliff Richard’s latest single “Carrie”/ “Moving In” (EMI 5006) released.
Cliff takes part in an evangelical meeting in camridge with Dr. Billy Graham. The same evening he speaks at Great St. Mary's, the University Church.

1981: "A Little In Love" / "Keep On Looking" (EMI 5123) released.
Cliff appears on "Solid Gold" and many other TV shows in the USA and "A Little In Love" single peaks at No.17 in USA charts.
Cliff records live at the Apollo, Manchester, for BBC TV.
Cliff Richard attends a Crusaders meeting at Central Hall, Westminster.
Cliff Richard attends a Christians in Sport Dinner in Watford.

1983: "Cliff In Kenya" is premiered in London.
Cliff Richard tours Australia, Hong Kong, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand.
“She Means Nothing To Me” duet with Phil Everly released.

1984: Cliff Richard tours United States of America and the Far East.

1985: "Heart User" / "I Will Follow You" (Rich 2) released.
Cliff Richard appears on "The Tube", singing "Lovers And Friends", "Lucille" and "Heart User".

1986: Cliff Richard records the new version of "Living Doll" with The Young Ones and Hank Marvin.
Cliff Richard attends the funeral of Graham Jarvis, his drummer at ‘Beckenham Crematorium’, London.
Cliff Richard flies for a holidays in Miami, USA.
Cliff Richard interviewed by the ‘Sunday Express’ at London’s Portman Hotel.
Cliff Richard and The Young Ones recorded the video for “Living Doll”.

1987: Cliff Richard attends the birthday party of Anthony Andrews.
Cliff Richard records ‘Jim’ll Fix It’ at the Dominion.
Cliff Richard appears on ‘Wogan’ in the costume he wears as Chris Wilderin in ‘Time’.

1988: Cliff Richard flies to Australia.
Cliff Richard participates in Paul McNamee’s celebrity Charity Tennis Tournament.
Cliff Richard attends the Gospel Music Festival in Melbourne.
Cliff Richard participates in the Bicentennial TV Gala in Sydney.
Cliff Richard performs at the Australian Royal Command Performance attended by Prince Charles and Princess Diana.

1989: Cliff Richard flies to Australia and New Zealand.
Cliff Richard attends ‘Tear Fund’ meeting in Sydney.
Cliff Richard plays in pro-celebrity tennis tournament in Melbourne.
Cliff Richard attends ‘Tear Fund’ meeting in Auckland and Wellington.
Cliff Richard flies to Singapore and flies to Britain.

1990: Video shoot at Shepperton Studios for “Stronger Than That”.
Cliff Richard gave a charity concert for Leukaemia Research at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in London.

1991: Cliff Richard and the Shadows appeared at the charity concert at Knebworth.
Cliff Richard attends a charity night for the children of Chernobyl, which raises 70,000 Pounds.
The launch of charity single “Everybody’s Got A Crisis In Their Life” by Simon Cunnings, it features Cliff Richard, Rick Wakeman, Justin Hayward, Alvin Stardust, Stephanie De Sykes, Carl Wayne, Mike Smith and John Wetton.
Cliff Richard flies to Melbourne to begin Australasian Tour.

1992: Cliff Richard appears on ‘Top of the Pops’ (BBC) on January 2nd, singing “This New Year”.
Cliff Richard attends the premiere of Jack Good’s ‘Good Rocking Tonight’, Timothy Whitmall played as Cliff Richard.

1995: Cliff Richard records "We Being Many" a duet song with Helen Shapiro.

1997: January 15th, Cliff Richard appeared on the Des O'Conner show.

2000: January 2nd, Sir Cliff appeared on ‘Songs Of Praise For, The New Millennium’ at Cardiff, he sings “The Millennium Prayer”
Sir Cliff Richard was presented with a Lifetime Outstanding Achievement award for his contribution to the British music, the award presented to him by Prime Minister's wife Cherie Blair at The Savoy Hotel in London.

2002: Sir Cliff Richard is second to Elvis Presley as Britain’s favourite pop idol of all time, Cliff Richard outranked Robbie
Williams, Madonna, The Beatles and Michael Jackson.
The Top Ten favourite Pop Idol of All Time:
1. Elvis Presley
2. Cliff Richard
3. Robbie Williams
4. The Beatles
5. Madonna
6. Frank Sinatra
7. John Lennon
8. Freddie Murcury
9. Michael Jackson
10. Elton John

2003: Cliff Richard flies to Australia and New Zealand for his “World Tour” concerts and later in February and March tour of Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong China and Thailand.

2004: January 19, EMI released four digitally re-mastered classic Cliff albums with bonus tracks “Dressed For The Occasion”, “The Rock Connection”, “Always Guaranteed” and “Stronger”.

2005: Singers including Sir Cliff Richard, Robin Gibb, Barry Gibb and Boy George under One World Project, are recording a charity single to help raise funds for victims of the Asian tsunami, they hope the song will raise more than £2 million for the relief fund.
The single “Grief Never Grows Old” released on 24th January.

2006: Sir Cliff Richard took part in a 45th Anniversary tribute show for Dionne Warwick in Los Angeles, Cliff Richard & Dionne Warwick duets on “Anyone Who Had A Heart”.

1954: Harry (Cliff) joined the school drama society and acted in ‘The Price of Perfection’.

1959: Tito Burns is appointed Cliff Richard’s manager.
Cliff and Sister Donna at first ‘Oh Boy’ party.
Terry Smart replaced by Tony Meehan as a new drummer for the Drifters.
On February 9th & 10th, Cliff Richard’s live recording for first LP “Cliff” at the Abbey Road studios.
Cliff Richard wins “Best New Single” award from NME.
Cliff is voted “Best New British Male Singer” in the NME poll.

1960: Cliff Richard appears on the BBC TV’s 'Parade Of The Pops', Cliff sings “Willie And The Hand Jive”, “Don't Be Mad At Me” and “Mean Woman Blues”.
Cliff is voted “Best British Male Singer” in the NME annual poll.
“Living Doll” is voted “Record of the Year” for 1959.
February 12th, Cliff forms his own publishing company ‘Eugene Music’.
“A Voice In The Wilderness” is at No.2 in NME Top selling singles charts and at No.3 in NME Best Selling Sheet Music charts.
Cliff Sings No. 1 (SEG 7979 Mono) / (ESG 7788 Stereo) released.
February 21st, Cliff appears at NME Poll Winners’ Concert backed by the group called Parker Royal Four.
Cliff Richard appears on “Saturday Night at the London Palladium” with the Parker Royal Four.
Cliff Richard with Russ Conway, Lonnie Donegan, John Barry, Mudlarks, Alma Cogan, Bert Weedon, Pete Murray, Ted Heath, Marty Wilde, Craig Douglas, Dallas Boys, Billy Fury, Emile Ford, Gene Vincent, and Eddie Cochran appeared on NME Poll Concert.

1961: Cliff Richard is voted “Best British Male Singer”, 2nd in “Best British Vocal Personality” and 2nd in “World Male Singer” in the NME annual poll.
Peter Gromley replaces Tito Burns as Cliff’s new manager.
Cliff Richard appears ATV duets “Rubber Ball” with Marty Wilde.
Cliff Richard has 4 songs in Top Ten in India, “I Love You”, Nine Times Out Of Ten”, “Fall In Love With You” and “Please Don’t Tease” at No.1
“She’s Gone” from “Me And My Shadows” album is at No.1 in Thailand.
E.P. “Me And My Shadows No. 1” (SEG 8065 Mono) / (ESG 7837 Stereo) is released.
“Theme For A Dream” / “Mumblin’ Mosie” (DB 4593) released, has an advance order over 200,000 copies.
Cliff Richard and The Shadows receive “Carl Allan Awards” at London’s Lyceum Ballroom.
Cliff Richard appears on radio documentary ‘Teen Beat’.

1962: Cliff Richard appears on BBC TV’s Parade Of The Pops, singing “All I Do Is Dream Of You”, “When The Girl In Your Arms” and “The Young Ones”.
E.P. “Cliff's Hit Parade” (SEG 8133 Mono) is released.

1963: Result of Holland’s “Muzick Express” poll, Cliff Richard beats Elvis Presley.
Cliff Richard’s fans at Stockton queue all night for tickets to see his forth coming concert.
Cliff Richard appears in charity concert for delinquent children in Nairobi and Kenya.
In USA “The Young Ones” is retitled “It’s Wonderful To Be Young”.
“Summer Holiday” / “Dancing Shoes” (DB 4977) released and peaks at No.1 on the British chart.
Cliff won “Top British Male Singer” award from Melody Maker.
In the British Top Thirty chart Cliff has 4 songs, “Summer Holiday” (9), “Dancing Shoes” (25), “The Next Time” (18) and “Bachelor Boy” (16).
He becomes the first artist to have four songs from one film in the chart.
Cliff & The Shadows telerecord for the BBC TV ‘The Billy Cotton Band Show’ and transmitted on February 24th.

1964: “I’m The Lonely One” hit Top Ten in British chart and hit the American chart at No.92.
“It’s All In The Games” peaks at No.25 in the Billboard Chart.
E.P. “When In France” (SEG 8290 Mono) is released.
Talking to the press at Long Beach, California, Elvis reveals “I like Cliff Richard’s work”.
Cliff Richard appears at ‘London Palladium’, he sings “Maria”.

1965: E.P. “Why Don’t They Understand” (SEG 8384 Mono) is released.
It is reported that Cliff Richard has formed his own film production company, ‘Inter-State Film’.
Cliff’s three songs are in Top Twenty in Thailand, “I Could Easily Fall (In Love With You)” at No.2, “I’m Afraid To Go Home” at No.3 and “I Don’t Wanna Love You” at No.17.

1966: Cliff Richard new E.P. “Wind Me Up” (SEG 8474 Mono) is released.
February 11th, it is announced that Cliff Richard’s cabaret season at ‘Talk Of The Town’ is to be extended by two weeks to March 12th.
The plans to record a live album at ‘Talk Of The Town’ have been scrapped.

1967: Cliff Richard voted “Best Dressed Male Star” by readers of Disc & Music Echo.
Cliff Richard finishes work on his new album “Don’t Stop Me Now” with arranger Mike Leander.

1968: The result of the Disc & Music Echo Poll are published,
Top British Male Singer: 1.Tom Jones 2.Cliff Richard 3. Scott Walker
Top World Male Singer: 1.Scott Walker 2.Tom Jones 3.Cliff Richard
Mr. Valentine1968: 1.Scott Walker 2.Cliff Richard 3.Dave Clark
Best Dressed Male Star: 1.Cliff Richard 2.Tom Jones 3.Engelbert Humperdinck
Top TV Male Artist: 1.Simon Dee 2.Tom Jones 3.Cliff Richard
Cliff Richard shoots the ATV play ‘A Matter Of Diamonds’.
Cliff sings 6 songs for Eurovision Song Contest selection on BBC TV ‘Cilla Black Show’, “Congratulations”, “High ‘N’ Dry”, “Wonderful World”, “Do You Remember”, “Little Rag Doll” and “The Sound Of The Candyman’s Trumpet”.
TV viewers selected “Congratulations” the song Cliff will sing at The Eurovision Song Contest.

1969: The result of the Disc & Music Echo Poll are published,
Top British Male Singer: 1.Tom Jones 2.Scott Walker 3.Cliff Richard
Mr. Valentine1969: 1.Scott Walker 2.Cliff Richard 3.Johnnie Walker
Best Dressed Male Star: 1.Cliff Richard 2.Scott Walker 3.Tom Jones
Top TV Male Artist: 1.Scott Walker 2.Cliff Richard 3.Simon Dee
Cliff Richard recorded “Don’t Forget To Catch Me” in French, German and Italian at EMI’s Abbey Road Studios.
Cliff Richard appears on Top Of The Pops.
“Good Times (better Times)/ “Occasional Rain” (DB 8548) released.
“Me And My Shadows” (SREG 1120) re-issue on Regal Label with Different cover.

1970: Cliff Richard receives an award for “The Most Outstanding Service to Music” for 1969.
The result of the Disc & Music Echo Poll are published,
Top British Male Singer: 1.Tom Jones 2.Cliff Richard 3. Scott Walker
Top World Male Singer: 1.Elvis Presley 2.Tom Jones 3.Cliff Richard
Mr. Valentine1970: 1.Cliff Richard 2.Scott Walker 3.Jonnie Walker
Best Dressed Male Star: 1.Cliff Richard 2.Barry Gibb 3.Tom Jones
“Throw Down A Line” is voted 10th best single of the year and LP “Sincerely” is voted 6th, Best album of the year.
“The Joy Of Living”/ “Leave My Woman Alone”/ “Boogatoo” (DB 8657) released.
Cliff Richard appeared at the ‘Valentine Pop Awards’.
Cliff Richard is featured on Dave Cash’s Radio One show.

1971: On “It’s Cliff Richard” TV show, Clodagh Rogers performs the final 6 songs for ‘A Song For Europe’.

1972: “The Cliff Richard Story” (6 LPs, Box Set) (SM 255-SM260) is released on World Records.
Cliff Richard presents a series on BBC Radio 1 and Radio 2 ‘Music For Sundays’.
On February 9th, 12th & 26th, Cliff Richard and friends on “It's Cliff Richard Show” on BBC.
February 17th, Cliff Richard appears on BBC 1‘Top Of The Pops’ singing “Jesus”

1973: Cliff appears in the 8 weeks series of contemporary Christian and general music concert at St. Paul’s Cathedral.
On February 3rd, Cliff Richard singing “Power To All Our Friends” the 4th song for ‘A Song For Europe’ on Cilla Black Show.
On February 10th, Cliff Richard singing “The Days Of Love” the 5th song for ‘A Song For Europe’ on Cilla Black Show.
On February 17th, Cliff Richard singing “Help It Along” the 6th song for ‘A Song For Europe’ on Cilla Black Show.

1974: Cliff Richard at several recording sessions during the month at Abbey Road with producer David MacKay for his latest album “31st Of February Street” and two tacks for his latest single “(You Keep Me) Hangin'” and “Love Is Here”.

1975: Lunches with head of BBC religious programs John Lang.
February 7th, Cliff Richard records “It's Only Me You've Left Behind”, “Love Enough” and “You're The One” at Abbey Road.

1976: “Miss You Night”/“Love Enough” (EMI 2376) released.
Cliff Richard appears on ITV’s 'Supersonic' singing “Miss You Nights”.
Cliff Richard’s 65th single “Miss You Nights” enters the U.K. Singles chart.

1977: “My Kinda Life”/“Nothing Left For Me To Say” (EMI 2584) released, reaches No.15 in the British Chart.
Cliff Richard is guest of honour at World Records 25th anniversary.
Cliff appears on ITV’s ‘Supersonic’

1978: Cliff and The Shadows reunite for 20th Anniversary concerts at the London Palladium.
Cliff Richard sings 2 songs from “Small Corner” album on BBC TV’s ‘Pebble Mills At One’.

1979: Cliff and The Shadows reunited album “Thank You Very Much” (EMTV 15) is released.
Cliff Richard & The Shadows’ “Thank You Very Much” peak at No.5 in the U.K. Albums chart.
At the Music Week Awards Cliff Richard and The Shadows received an award for twenty-one years as ‘Major British Recording Artists’.
EMI celebrate their 21years partnership with Cliff, awarded him with Gold clock & Gold replica of the key.

1980: Cliff Richard’s latest single “Carrie” is a new entry in the U.K. Singles charts.
Cliff appears at a special tribute concert to the late Norrie Paramor at Croydon's Fairfield Halls.
Cliff sings 6 songs that are closely associated with Paramor, “Bachelor Boy”, “The Young Ones”, “Summer Holiday”, “The Day I Met Marie”, “Constantly” and “Congratulations”.
Cliff Richard voted No.1 in the ‘Top Pop Star’ by listeners of BBC’s Swapshop.
Cliff wins TV Times award for “The Most Exciting Male Singer on Television”.
Cliff receives the “Best Family Entertainer” award from Nationwide, Daily Mirror and Radio 1.
“Rock On With Cliff” (MFP 50467) released on MFP Label.

1981: Cliff Richard receives the Daily Mirror Readers’ award for ‘Outstanding Musical Personality of the Year’, the award presented to him by Una Stubbs.
Cliff Richard records for ‘Top Of The Pop’ and ‘Kenny Everett Show’ at Riverside Studios, London.
Cliff Richard flies to USA and Canada for tour.

1982: Cliff Richard tours to Bangkok, Hong Kong and Singapore.
Cliff Richard performs two concerts in Bangkok at ‘Hua Mark Indoor Stadium’.
Cliff Richard’s tour continues to Australia and New Zealand.

1983: Cliff Richard begins tours to Thailand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Philippines and Australia.
Cliff Richard performs two concerts in Bangkok.
Cliff Richard’s duets with Phil Everly “She Means Nothing To Me” released.

1984: Cliff Richard holidays in Portugal.
Cliff Richard appears live on BBC Radio 4’s ‘Woman’s Hour’.

1985: Cliff Richard is interviewed for Radio 1’s “History Of Pop”.
Cliff Richard appears on Michael Aspel’s TV show ‘Aspel and Friends’.
Cliff Richard appears on BBC TV’s ‘Superstore’.
Cliff Richard attends a reception at 10 Downing Street.
Cliff Richard holidays in Portugal.
Cliff Richard records at the BBC TV Centre for an Easter Special.

1986: Cliff Richard records “She’s So Beautiful” for the ‘TV Times Awards Television Show’.
Cliff Richard receives the “Best British Male Singer” award presented by TV Times magazine.
Cliff attends the ‘BPI Awards Dinner’ at Grosvenor House Hotel in London.
“It’s In Every One Of Us” is transmitted on the TV Show ‘Aspel and Friends’.

1987: Cliff Richard records for BBC Radio 2’s ‘Good Morning Sunday’ show.
Cliff Richard attends the matinee of ‘Phantom Of The Opera’.
Cliff Richard interviewed by ‘Jam’ Magazine.

1988: On February 1st, Cliff Richard’s latest single for Valentine Day “Two Hearts”/ “Yesterday, Today, Forever”/ “Wild Geese” (EM 42 / EMG 42), and
“Two Hearts” / “Yesterday, Today, Forever” / “Two Hearts” / “Wild Geese” (CDEM 42) are released.
Also released two hearts shape “Two Hearts”/ “Yesterday, Today, Forever” (EMP 42) Picture Disc.
Cliff Richard flies to Australia and New Zealand on “Always Guaranteed Tour”.

1989: Cliff Richard receives “The Lifetime Achievement” award from the BPI.
Cliff Richard attends the Royal Project at the House of Lords.
Cliff Richard interviewed by Italian television.
Cliff Richard and The Shadows attend a music therapy tribute lunch.
Cliff Richard flies to San Remo, Italy,
Cliff Richard performs at the ‘San Remo Festival’, also appears on television in San Remo.

1990: Cliff Richard’s new single from “Stronger” album “Stronger Than That” / “Joanna” (EM 129 / EMS 129) Post Card Pack released.
Also “Stronger Than That” / “Joanna” / “Stronger Than That” (12EM 129 / 12EMP 129 / CDEM 129) are released.

1991: Cliff Richard plays in charity Tennis tournament in Manchester.
Preparations and rehearsals of Cliff Richard’s for Gospel Tour.

1992: Cliff appears on Belgian Television, he sings “Some People”, “Miss You Nights” and “This New Year”.
Cliff Richard recorded "When Two Worlds Drift Apart" in French titled "Remember" for release on "MY KINDA LIFE" album.
Cliff Richard performs “This New Year” on German TV.
Six part Radio 2 series on Cliff Richard begins.
Cliff Richard appears on Terry Wogan’s television show, Cliff duets with Wet Wet Wet on “Goodnight Girl”.

1994: Press launches for “Heathcliff”.
An Evening With Cliff Richard’ , Sir Cliff Richard sings “Move It” / “Living Doll” / “Lord I Love You” / “Flesh And Blood” / “Love And A Helping Hand” and “Free”
Cliff Richard awarded the men’s “Head of the year” award by the National Hairdresser Federation.
“Heathcliff” play box office opens.

1996: Cliff Richard appears at the ‘Goldeneye Awards’ in Ostend, Belgium.
Cliff Richard attends a charity event at the lakeside Camberley Club in aid of Woking Hospice.

1997: Cliff Richard is interviewed on Radio 2's Steve Wright show.

1998: Cliff Richard’s 40th year in show business begins with a sell-out tour of Australia and New Zealand.

2000: Cliff is among those at a Gala Evening to celebrate the life of Jill Dando at the Winter Gardens. The evening raised thousands for Jill Dando's favourite charity.
Cliff Richard participates in the York Challenge Cup at the London Dockland Arena to raise funds for the Children in Crisis charity.
Cliff Richard and Michael Parkinson attend the Millennium Dome to celebrate the Children's Promise Day.
Cliff Richard hands over a cheque for one million pounds - the proceeds from the sale of “The Millennium Prayer” and the fee from his New Year's Eve concert in Birmingham.

2002: On 4th March EMI will be releasing an exciting limited edition CD “Live At The ABC Kingston 1962” featuring Cliff Richard
and The Shadows in concert in March 1962.
Cliff Richard’s ITV Special “The Hits I Missed” also will be releasing on 18th March.

2003: Sir Cliff Richard “World Tour” concerts in Australia and New Zealand, songs Cliff sings are “We Don't Talk Anymore”, “Move It”, “Somewhere Over The Rainbow-What A Wonderful World”, “Right Here Waiting”, “What’s Love Got to Do With It”, “Let Me Be The One”, “All Shook Up”, “Like Strangers”, “I Honestly Love You”, “Some People”, “Miss You Nights”, “Devil Woman”, “Dreamin”, “Born To Rock ‘N’ Roll”, “Do You Wanna Dance”, “Claudette”, “Gee Whiz It's You -I Could Easily Fall”, “Too Much-Don't Be Cruel”, “The Young Ones”, “Backing vocalists medley: Green Light-Devil Woman-Carrie”, “Wired For Sound”, “Be Bop A Lula”, “No Particular Place To Go”, “Come And Go With Me-Dream Lover -Since I Don't Have You” , “Lay All Your Love On Me”, “Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On”, “Mistletoe And Wine”, “We Should Be Together”, “Saviour's Day”, “Little Town” and “The Millennium Prayer”.

2004: Channel 4's “The Ultimate Pop Star”, broadcast on Sunday, said Sir Cliff Richard has beaten the Beatles and Elvis Presley to the
Title of The Ultimate Pop Star as the biggest selling artist, Cliff had sold 21 millions singles, more than any other artist in the last 50 years.
1. Cliff Richard
2. The Beatles
3. Elvis Presley
4. Madonna
5. Elton John
6. Michael Jackson
7. Queen
8. Abba
9. Paul McCartney
10. David Bowie

Cliff Richard is in Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.A.
Cliff Richard visits the Detroit Public Broadcast Service station as they are showing his 2003 ‘World Tour’ video.
Cliff is interviewed for the broadcast, Cliff sings “Devil Woman” and “The Day That I Stop Loving You”.

2005: Cliff Richard’s third single from “Something's Goin' On” album, “The Day That I Stop Loving You” is cancelled by Decca.
Sir Cliff will be performing a concert in Barbados on Friday 11th March in aid of a local children's charity. The concert will take place at The Sir Garfield Sobers Gymnasium, Wildey, St Michael.
Cliff Richard will be at the Eurovision Song Contest's 50th anniversary in Copenhagen on 22nd October 2005.

2006: Cliff Richard attends the 18th Annual Harvest Garden Party at ‘St. James Parish Church’ in St. James, Barbados.
Cliff Richard’s "The Essential Music Of Cliff Richard” 2 DVDs & Book will be releasing on 13th, March.

2007: Sir Cliff Richard “Here & Now” concerts in Middle East & South East Asia.
Friday 2nd, February 2007 in Dubai
Monday 5th, February 2007 in Hong Kong
Wednesday 7th, February 2007 in Bangkok, Thailand (cancelled).
Friday 9th & Saturday 10th, February 2007 in Genting, Malaysia.
Sunday 11th, February 2007 in Singapore.
Tuesday 13th, February 2007 in the Philippines.
Sunday 18th, February 2007 in Yokohama, Japan.
Friday 23rd, February 2007in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

February 26th, Cliff Richard flies the Maldives.