Friday, September 18, 2015

Beatles radio program notes for 9/18/15 through 9/20/15

First and foremost, "Things We Said Today" is back and we discuss the new Beatles "1" DVD, with all our thoughts about how good the new release is and what should be in it (and maybe wasn't.) You can hear it first on Fab 4 at noon ET Saturday. You'll be able to hear it on iTunes and YouTube after that, plus our Podbean website.

Jude Southerland Kessler's "The John Lennon Hour" features Ivor Davis, author of "The Beatles and Me On Tour," as guest. Listen to it here.

Coming up this weekend on “Dennis Mitchell’s Breakfast With The Beatles,” the show will mark 50 years since the premiere of the Beatles Cartoons on ABC-TV. Mitchell's guest will be cartoon series authority author Mitch Axelrod of "Fab 4 Free 4 All." The show will also feature audio of the very first Beatles bootleg album, and how it found its way to radio stations in September of 1969. The show can be heard on over 70 radio stations worldwide and the latest edition will be made available as a podcast via iTunes starting Sunday.

On Edd Raineri's "The Beatledd Fab Four Hour" at 7 p.m. ET Sept. 18 (Friday), Grahame Critcher, drummer for the Scottish tribute band Them Beatles will be guest. The show airs on WRKC-FM in Pennsylvania and online at

The latest "Something About the Beatles" is "The Solo Creative Peaks of Lennon and McCartney."

The latest "I've Got a Beatles" is about Paul McCartney's basses.

The latest Fab 4 Free 4 All is "Rarities U.S. and UK: Analysis and Review."

Chris Carter told us on his "Breakfast With the Beatles" show on KLOS-FM in Los Angeles he hopes to have a "Beach Boys-type guest."

And please be sure to visit our "That's What I Want Beatles Store" for over 50 pages of categories of Beatles items at great prices!