Timewatch recalled the days when four Liverpudlians held the Western world in their hands - and viewers had memories to share as well...
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Timewatch: The Beatles - discussion
Updated Tuesday 23rd January 2007
Viewers share their memories of The Beatles.
Originally published: Tuesday, 23rd January 2007
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