In March 1962, The Beatles made their BBC Radio debut on a show called Teenagers' Turn. They went on to record over 50 sessions for the Beeb and played many songs which were never released on record but which can be heard again today.
In the first of two programmes Andy Peebles introduces these rare gems and reminisces with some of the people who worked with the Fab Four.
Written by KEVIN HOWLETT Producers KEVIN HOWLETT and JEFF GRIFFIN (R) Revised
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