Sunday, August 1, 2010

Hernia and Odeon

On December 10th, 1963, The Beatles' Autumn Tour stopped by Doncaster for a pair of shows. Backstage at the Gaumont, they were visited by Australian broadcaster Dibbs Mather, who interviewed them for Dateline London, a BBC Overseas Transcription show.

This is one of the longer and more in-depth 1963 Beatle interviews, as well as one of the most entertaining, largely thanks to John, who reads his newly-minted poem "The Neville Club" but is reticent to answer many questions.

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