- United Kingdom
- BBC Maida Vale Studios
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From The Independent:
On June 17 1963, The Beatles were put through their paces at the BBC’s Maida Vale studios, knocking out 18 songs inside a brisk seven hour radio session under the watchful eye of white-coated technicians.
Fifty years on Sir Paul McCartney carries the weight of popular music history, but little else had changed when the star made a nostalgic return to the West London BBC studios’ subterranean maze.
After granting Chris Evans a Radio 2 Breakfast show interview, “Macca” performed an 11am set for 200 6 Music competition winners.
Permitted a brief break in the BBC canteen, the 71-year-old was back on stage at 1pm to perform another hour-long show for Radio 2’s In Concert series, in front of a fresh audience, broadcast on Wednesday night and available on the digital red button.
Last updated on May 29, 2019
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