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In the UK, we've had a Beatles Bank Holiday weekend on the radio, which I managed to record most of and upload to the internet! So I'll share it all with you, and I'll update it soon, because NEXT week, there's a Beatles Week on TV and Radio as well.
Everything below can be found at my public MobileMe folder! Just take a look at titles and descriptions below and then head over to http://public.me.com/abcmsaj and download what you want
The Beatles At The Beeb
Bill Kenwright presents Beatles songs and interviews recorded at the BBC during the 60s.
The Great Beatles Songbook: Volume 1
Ken Bruce presents a countdown of the top 30 biggest selling Beatles tracks in the UK.
The Great Beatles Songbook: Volume 2
Craig Charles shares listeners' Beatles stories and the band's ten best-selling albums.
Don't Start Me Talking...about The Beatles
The story of The Beatles in the words of their fans.
The Beatles Covered with Cilla Black
Cilla Black presents a two-hour programme devoted to cover versions of Beatles hits.
Bigger than Jesus
Story of the interview in which John Lennon said the Beatles were more popular than Jesus.
In the Beginning
Holly Johnson visits Hamburg to explore the origins of the Beatles.
The Record Producers - EXTENDED CUT (2 Hour edition) (Very Good)
Richard Allinson and Steve Levine profile the man often labelled 'the Fifth Beatle'.
George Harrison: What Is Life
Michael Palin presents a tribute to George Harrison.
It's a Beatles all request Friday!
Sgt Pepper Recreated
Musicians record their own interpretations of tracks from the classic Beatles album.
Radio 2 Live
Paul McCartney plays in session at Abbey Road and chats to Mark Radcliffe about his career.
The Beatles - The First US Visit (TV show)
The inside story of two remarkable weeks in 1964, when Beatlemania first ignited in America.
From airport to hotel to TV studio, the pioneering Maysles brothers were at The Beatles' shoulders on their first US visit. Granted all areas access, the siblings filmed The Beatles off guard and off duty, in hotel rooms and nightclubs, at photo shoots, press conferences, in limos and on trains. The footage includes a performance on The Ed Sullivan Show on February 9, 1964, when The Beatles played to 73 million television viewers, and their debut concert at the Washington Coliseum.
The Beatles On Record (TV show - VERY good)
In 1962 an unknown group from Liverpool entered Abbey Road Studios to record their debut single. During the next eight years they created what is arguably regarded as the greatest collection of studio recordings of the 20th century.
This film charts The Beatles' extraordinary journey from Please Please Me to Abbey Road and reflects how they developed as musicians, matured as songwriters and created a body of work that sounds as fresh now as the time it was recorded.
Narrated entirely by John, Paul, George and Ringo and Sir George Martin, the documentary features rare footage and photos from The Beatles' archives and never heard before out-takes of music and studio chat from the Abbey Road recording sessions.
Timewatch - Beatlemania
Documentary which tells the inside story of the rise and fall of Beatlemania, using previously unseen archive footage and interviews with those who accompanied the Fabs on tour.
By 1966 the Beatles had played over 1,400 gigs, toured the world four times and sold the equivalent of 200 million records. At the height of their popularity, and without warning, they pulled the plug and never toured again.