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A Hard Day's Night will be streaming on Hulu Plus, since it's now part of the Criterion Collection, as of tomorrow.

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In light of @Matt Busby's post in the news thread a few Beatles and solo programmes (along with a whole load of other artists) are available to be heard over in the BBC Radio 4 archive (depending on where you are in the universe obviously what with the streaming laws and regulations.) 

'George Harrison - The Concert For Bangladesh'

'John Lennon - The Wenner Tapes'

'When Cassius Met The Beatles'

The last two, and 47 others, are also available for download here, just search for the title of the episode you are looking for.

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A really good look at The Beatles and John Lennon connection with Ireland (with particular reference to Lennon and the IRA and the concerts the lads played in Dublin). Under the 'Live Stream' picture, click 'Ceol' and then 'The Beatles-Guth'

 

It had some footage that I had never seen before (the concerts were filmed a-hard-days-night-ringo-6 !)  and some newsreel cinema parts. 

It's in Irish and English (but the Irish parts have English subtitles) and features interviews with Rod Davis (of The Quarrymen) and the legendary BP Fallon (who made sure The Beatles' weed was good quality during the Apple Years and also features in John's 'Instant Karma' video- the man pretending to play the bass)

 

For anyone who likes Oasis, another episode made by the same people. It features  interviews with the Gallagher's non-famous brother a-hard-days-night-george-10

Also:

The Smiths

The Sex Pistols

Dusty Springfield

 

(Just keep on clicking on the arrow to the end to find these ones)

 

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Dhani will be the guest DJ on The Sound 100.3 this Sunday at 6pm PST, before he heads over to the George Fest.

[x-posted to the news thread]

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No idea where to put there so i've settled with here. 

Rolling Stone article (with video) on the new dvd 'Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever' (available in 1, 3 and 6 disc versions) which includes acts such as Smokey Robinson, Otis Williams and others discussing The Beatles connection with Motown.

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In the UK, the channel Yesterday is showing a series called The Sixties. Tomorrow (21st) at 9pm and Wednesday (22nd) at 8pm the episode is called The British Invasion. Methinks The Beatles might get a passing reference or two!

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Talking of Paul being dead BBC Radio 4 recently broadcast 'Paul Is Dead' (programme details are in the link) and its available on the iplayer (as per normal it depends on where you are in the universe to be able to listen to it). 

(x-posted to 'Paul Is Dead?')

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Scheduled for broadcast on BBC Radio 2 on the 17th November 2014 from 9pm to 10pm is 'What Macca Did Next: The Decade With Wings'. It will then be available for 30 days on the BBC iplayer for those who can access it.

I'm a little bemused by the Radio Times review for this which reads 

I imagine if you picked through the 1970s catalogues of the four former Beatles you might just find enough material to assemble one greatest hits LP of uniformly excellent singles. Maybe.

Which leaves me amazed that Johnnie Walker has devoted an entire hour to revisiting a decade of Wings, when McCartney was proof that craftsmanship alone does not cut the mustard.

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meanmistermustard said
Scheduled for broadcast on BBC Radio 2 on the 17th November 2014 from 9pm to 10pm is '
What Macca Did Next: The Decade With Wings'. It will then be available for 30 days on the BBC iplayer for those who can access it.

I'm a little bemused by the Radio Times review for this which reads 

I imagine if you picked through the 1970s catalogues of the four former Beatles you might just find enough material to assemble one greatest hits LP of uniformly excellent singles. Maybe.
Which leaves me amazed that Johnnie Walker has devoted an entire hour to revisiting a decade of Wings, when McCartney was proof that craftsmanship alone does not cut the mustard.

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Ouch- Stones fan, maybe? 

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Sky Arts 1 is currently screening the documentary 'The Art Of McCartney'. Only just discovered its on but its repeated at 4:30am this Monday morning (17th November 2014) and should be on Sky's catch-up service as well as the subject of numerous repeats.

Sky's synopsis reads:

?On Monday, November 17, an album titled 'The Art of McCartney' will go on general release. 

It's an all-star tribute record featuring an extraordinary array of talent. Bob Dylan, Brian Wilson, Smokey Robinson, The Cure, Billy Joel, Corinne Bailey Rae and many more perform Sir Paul's songs covering the full span of his career from The Beatles through to Wings and his solo work.

In total 34 tracks have been recorded (although there are a further eight available if you're prepared to shell out for the limited edition vinyl box set and deluxe box set).

On Sunday night Sky Arts will broadcast a UK premiere that will take us behind the scenes at the making of this eagerly awaited album.

Artists and producers reveal the stories behind which tracks they recorded.

And in this special preview clip we discover how Dylan became involved and that the song he chose would have been the A-side of A Hard Day's Night if The Beatles had got their way...

[x-posted in the 'The Art Of McCartney' thread]

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