Paul gives an interview for a British hospital radio station

October 1983

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From The Beatles Monthly Book, N°90, October 1983:

Radio Gosh, the station at London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children, was recently staggered to receive a call from McCartney’s PR company offering them an exclusive 40-minute interview with Paul to be broadcast to the hospital patients. Paul even took time to record some special jingles for the station, much to the delight of its organisers.

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