Lennon's Legacy

Robert Lindsay presents a three-part evaluation of the life and work of John Lennon.

Episodes

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01Beatles For Sale *2000120920090915
20080613 (6M)
20090916 (6M)

Robert Lindsay evaluates John Lennon's life and work.

This programme covers Lennon's life in the 60s as the Beatles conquered the world. With comment from Yoko Ono, Paul Mccartney, George Martin, Victor Spinetti, Michael Lindsay Hogg and Alan Bleasdale. Plus rare Lennon interviews and archive recordings.

01Beatles For Sale *2000120920090915
20080613 (6M)
20090916 (6M)

Robert Lindsay evaluates John Lennon's life and work.

This programme covers Lennon's life in the 60s as the Beatles conquered the world. With comment from Yoko Ono, Paul Mccartney, George Martin, Victor Spinetti, Michael Lindsay Hogg and Alan Bleasdale. Plus rare Lennon interviews and archive recordings.

02The Ballad Of John And Yoko *2000121620080614 (6M)

This programme covers Lennon's life with Yoko - their peace campaign, political activities, avant garde experiments and life in New York. With comment from Yoko Ono, Paul Mccartney, Harry Nilsson, Jimmy Iovine and Michael Lindsay Hogg. Plus archive Lennon interviews and rare recordings.

02The Ballad Of John And Yoko *2000121620080614 (6M)

This programme covers Lennon's life with Yoko - their peace campaign, political activities, avant garde experiments and life in New York. With comment from Yoko Ono, Paul Mccartney, Harry Nilsson, Jimmy Iovine and Michael Lindsay Hogg. Plus archive Lennon interviews and rare recordings.

03 LASTGive Me Some Truth *2000122320080615 (6M)

How Lennon's search for spiritual happiness and emotional stability through drugs, meditation, therapy and alcohol led to eventual contentment in his final years. With comment from Yoko Ono, Paul Mccartney, George Martin, May Pang, Harry Nilsson, Keith Richards and Alan Bleasdale.

03 LASTGive Me Some Truth *2000122320080615 (6M)

How Lennon's search for spiritual happiness and emotional stability through drugs, meditation, therapy and alcohol led to eventual contentment in his final years. With comment from Yoko Ono, Paul Mccartney, George Martin, May Pang, Harry Nilsson, Keith Richards and Alan Bleasdale.

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