Actor Robert Lindsay celebrates the controversial "new" Beatles album Love, which features over 130 existing Beatles recordings reworked and remixed by their original producer, George Martin, together with his son Giles Martin. The new versions provide the soundtrack to a Las Vegas Cirque du Soleil show. Today, father and son demonstrate their mixing technique on three tracks. And offering their opinions of the project are Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Olivia Harrison, Yoko Ono and Apple Corps executive Neil Aspinall. Producer Kevin Howlett
Jamie Cullum interviews legendary producer, arranger and composer Ouincy Jones , who discusses in detail his astonishing career, which has benefited Frank Sinatra ,
Ella Fitzgerald , Peggy Lee , Ray Charles , Dinah Washington, Lesley Gore ,
Michael Jackson and many others. Producer Phil Critchlow
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