In 1967, the Beatles famously sang that all you need is love.Today, we’re still searching for and finding love, although the ways in which we go about doing this have changed a little.It’s a musical journey into George’s mind, his legacy and his catalog.Some of the band’s most well-known fans are joining the channel with guest DJ sessions this summer, sharing their favorite tracks and some very memorable stories.Contacted by the Echo, Michael Mc Cartney said he believed it was himself, Paul Mc Cartney and very likely John Lennon. And I think there is every chance John would have been there that year – absolutely. ” The footage was discovered by Peter Hodgson, who posted on Facebook, “I have old footage from 1958.They are seen, stood on top of their outside toilet roof, watching the annual Police Horse and dog display.” Hodgson told the Echo, “I love watching old films about Liverpool on You Tube and I made the connection with Forthlin Road when I saw the Mather Avenue police show footage.
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Director Ron Howard sits in for his guest DJ session with stories from making the documentary film, The Beatles: Eight Days a Week.
A staple in Hollywood with final say on the film’s cut, he recalls receiving only one request while making the movie.