BBC Radio 1 disc jockey Kenny Everett was present during the mixing sessions for the Abbey Road album which took place on this day. During a break in the session, Everett interviewed John Lennon.
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A day before he and Linda flew to Corfu for a holiday, Paul McCartney gave an interview to the BBC Radio Merseyside programme Light And Local. The interview took place at Rembrandt, the house McCartney had bought for his father Jim in 1964. The detached house, on Baskervyle Road, Heswall, Cheshire, had cost £8,750. McCartney... Read more »
John Lennon and Yoko Ono gave an interview on this day to David Wigg for the BBC Radio 1 show Scene And Heard.
Inside Studio 3B at the BBC's Broadcasting House in London, George Harrison gave an interview on this day to Sue MacGregor for the Radio 4 show The World At One.
At The Beatles' Apple headquarters in London's Savile Row, George Harrison gave an interview on this day to David Wigg from the BBC radio show Scene And Heard.
Prior to the first Let It Be session to be filmed at Apple Studios, Ringo Starr gave an interview to the BBC's David Wigg for the radio show Scene And Heard.
Early in the morning of 12 December 1968, following their performances in The Rolling Stones' Rock And Roll Circus, John Lennon and Yoko Ono gave an interview to the BBC radio show Night Ride. The show was presented by John Peel, and went out live from the BBC's Broadcasting House in central London from 12.05-2am... Read more »
Following the completion of the White Album, The Beatles spent several weeks apart, on holiday or working on their own projects. With the group unable or unwilling to pull together to promote the album, Paul McCartney gave an interview on this day to Radio Luxembourg.
During the session for Don't Pass Me By, The Beatles were interviewed in the studio by the presenter of BBC radio's weekly The Kenny Everett Show.
John Lennon gave an interview on this day to Kenny Everett, for the presenter's BBC Radio 1 show.
BBC disc jockey Kenny Everett gave the official preview of Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band on this day, on the radio show Where It's At, broadcast on the BBC Light Programme from 4pm.
The day after he held a press conference at the Taj Mahal hotel in Bombay (Mumbai), India, George Harrison granted an exclusive interview to the BBC.
In the wake of John Lennon's comments that The Beatles were "more popular than Jesus", the South African Broadcasting Corporation issued a ban on The Beatles' records.
John Lennon and Paul McCartney gave interviews on this day for a one-hour BBC radio show titled The Lennon And McCartney Songbook.
Paul McCartney took part in a radio show, David Frost At The Phonograph, in which the eponymous host interviewed a guest and played records.
The Beatles gave two sets of interviews for BBC radio programmes on this day, at the Playhouse Theatre in London.
The day after The Beatles were interviewed by BBC presenter Brian Matthew for Saturday Club, John Lennon and George Harrison again spoke to him for another radio show, Pop Profile.
The Beatles returned to the BBC Aeolian Hall in central London to record an interview for the corporation's radio show Saturday Club.
On this day John Lennon made an appearance on the final edition of the BBC television show Tonight, presented by Kenneth Allsop.
The Beatles were due to perform their first Italian concert in Milan on 24 June 1965. Ahead of the date, they gave an interview for the BBC's Italian language service.