Series in which Robert Undsay assesses the legacy of pop's most famous recording act, whose debut single Love Me Do entered the UK charts 40 years ago this month.
A look at the band's legacy and the individual path forged by George Harrison. Contributors include Paul McCartney, George Martin, Adrian Mitchell, Joshua Rifkin and Steve Turner.
Michael Parkinson concludes a profile of jazz greats John Dankworth and Cleo Laine , who - both 75 - have spent 50 years performingtogether. 4: Handing on the Baton A look at their continued success, with input from Dave Brubeck ,
James Galway and John Williams.
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