with Roger Scott
Producer JEFF GRIFFIN including a look at the American charts, and at ...
7.00-7.30pm New Series
The Beeb's Lost Beatles Tapes A 14-part series
1: A Tendency to Play Music Not as 'rocky' as most, more country and western.
John Lennon , yes; Paul McCartney , no. BBC AUDITION REPORT The Beatles passed their BBC audition and made their radio debut on 8 March 1962 for
Teenagers'Turn. In just over three years they performed more than 50 times in BBC studios, often singing rarities never released on disc. These gems can now be heard again, following the exciting discovery of archive tapes.
Researchers KEVIN HOWLETT and MARK LEWISOHN
Producer KEVIN HOWLETT
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