A ten-part series.
5: Tomorrow Never
John Lennon was enchanted by the recording process, from the Beatles' revolutionary studio experiments through to the craftsmanship of his solo albums.
Featuring George Martin , Jack Douglas , Nicky Hopkins and Jimmy lovine. Presenter Simon Mayo.
Producer Kevin Howlett
Fleetwood Mac in concert, from Maine Road, Manchester. With the imminent departure of Stevie Nicks and Christine McVie , this could be the last chance to hear them in concert.
At 9.00 David Bowie in concert, from the Milton Keynes Bowl.
Presenter Mark Goodier. Producers Mark Radcliffe and Jeff Griffin (R)
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