Radio: Here We Go

This was The Beatles’ third appearance on the BBC radio show Here We Go, and the group’s first radio session featuring Ringo Starr.

The show was previously known as Teenager’s Turn – Here We Go, but by the time of this show the BBC had dropped the prefix. This edition was broadcast from 5-5.30pm on Friday 26 October on the BBC Light Programme service.

It was recorded before a studio audience at the Playhouse Theatre in Hulme, Manchester. Rehearsals took place from 4pm, and the show was taped from 8-8.45pm.

For the recording The Beatles performed four songs: Love Me Do, A Taste Of Honey, PS I Love You and Sheila. The latter song was made famous by Tommy Roe. It was edited out of the final broadcast, however, as there was only space for three of The Beatles’ songs.

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