April 13


Beatles Radio App
April 13, 2014
by Act Naturally

 Recent Stories Online and On-Air

Let It Be, Reconsidered
 - Sunday, April 13, 2014

Preview The Flaming Lips and Miley Cyrus’ cover of The Beatles’ “A Day in the Life”
- Sunday, April 13, 2014

Business lessons from rock: Not everyone can be the Beatles
 - Sunday, April 13, 2014

New Gospel album includes Beatles and John Lennon covers
 - Saturday, April 12, 2014

Sheridan Smith spotted filming Cilla Black biopic in Liverpool 
- Saturday, April 12, 2014

Why 'Mad Men' Paid $250,000 To Use One Beatles Song 
- Saturday, April 12, 2014

The Beatles supported me...and I'm still touring 50 years later
 - Friday, April 11, 2014

Martin Lewis: The Birth Of 'Beatlemania'
 - Friday, April 11, 2014

Beatles Fans Scramble to Book Seats at McCartney Concert
 - Friday, April 11, 2014

'Beethoven to The Beatles' celebrates musical innovations
 - Thursday, April 10, 2014

17-year-old plays side two of Abbey Road with various instruments
 - Thursday, April 10, 2014

Sunder is saved! Bombay High Court orders the release of abused temple elephant
- Thursday, April 10, 2014

The True (Forgotten) Story of Havana’s John Lennon Park
- Wednesday, April 09, 2014

Only Let It Be LP signed by all four Beatles to be auctioned
 - Wednesday, April 09, 2014

Paul Gets Back #OutThere In The U.S.!
 - Wednesday, April 09, 2014

‘Dude, I’ll make time!’: Richard Marx is back for another song on Ringo Starr’s forthcoming album
 - Tuesday, April 08, 2014

‘I was so wiped out’: Micky Dolenz on how a Beatles song got into the final Monkees TV show
 - Tuesday, April 08, 2014

This book takes the reader through the sexual highlights (and lowlights) in the lives/careers of the Fab Four from adolescence to the present. It focuses mainly on the Quarry Men and Beatles years, but continues right through the solo era to 2013. Punctuated with illustrations featuring 'the luv bugs'. As humorous as it is salaciously informative, this account avoids opinionating and moralizing, and instead focuses on delivering the goodies ie. the juicy stuff. (Is sex a vital part of life? Was it especially so for the Beatles? Aren't you glad your parents had sex, at least once? Yeah, yeah, yeah!)

Chris Brady: Beatles re-releases - I just can't help myself
- Tuesday, April 08, 2014

In London, at the office of Apple Corps, a little man sits at his desk day and night, working out yet more ways to fleece money out of a totally suspecting but totally addicted group of sad, ageing people. These people have spent thousands of dollars (or pounds or euros or yen, or maybe even Bulgarian lev) on a band that hasn't existed for more than 40 years, and of whose original six members only three are still alive.

Ordinarily, such a band would be well and truly history, but of course the Beatles were anything but ordinary. We've just had the 50th anniversary of one of their greatest triumphs, for it was on April 4, 1964 that saw the band with the top five singles in the Billboard chart. The songs Can't Buy Me LoveTwist and ShoutShe Loves YouI Want to Hold Your Hand and Please Please Me created a record that has never been equalled or seriously threatened. For many older folk (and for many of their children, especially mine) these songs are known off by heart, back to front and upside-down.

Read More at Beatles Radio 


‘He is definitely alive’: Yoko Ono denies long-held rumor about death of Beatles’ Paul McCartney
- Monday, April 07, 2014

Each week, Yoko Ono opens the floor for fan questions of any stripe, from her philosophy on art and outlook on life, to her music career and that of her husband John Lennon — both solo and with the Beatles. This week, she confirmed something that’s long been perculating among conspiracy theorists who think Lennon’s former bandmate Paul McCartney was killed at the height of their fame.

Read More at Beatles Radio


Paul McCartney and wife Nancy Shevell engage in some PDA for the kiss cam during LA Lakers game 
 - Monday, April 07, 2014

When it comes to Sir Paul McCartney showing his affection for his wife, he certainly isn't shy about it. Paul took the opportunity to plant a kiss on his wife, Nancy Shevell, for the Kiss Cam at the Staples Center during an NBA basketball game between the Los Angeles Clippers and the Lakers on Sunday in Los Angeles. The 71-year-old singer lovingly pulled 53-year-old Nancy's face close to him and gave her a sweet kiss.

Read More at Beatles Radio


 Record of the Week

Gets heavy play this week!

Let It Be

All Beatles Music & More at Fab Four Store

Let It Be  Album Fun Facts

  • Let It Be is the twelfth and final studio album released by the English rock band the Beatles. It was released on 8 May 1970 by the band's Apple Records label shortly after the group announced their break-up.
  • Release date: May 8, 1970
  • Labels: Apple Records, Capitol Records
  • Awards: NME Awards for British Album
1 Two of Us 3:36
2 Dig a Pony 3:54
3 Across the Universe 3:41
4 I Me Mine 2:26
5 Dig It 0:50
6 Let It Be 4:03
7 Maggie Mae 0:40
8 I’ve Got a Feeling 3:37
9 One After 909 2:53
10 The Long and Winding Road 3:34
11 For You Blue 2:32
12 Get Back 3:07

17 Shocking Facts About The Beatles

The Beatles' "Here Comes the Sun" was almost put on the Voyager Golden Records and sent out to space, but EMI refused to release the rights 

The Voyager Golden Records were phonograph records which were placed in the Voyager spacecrafts launched in 1977. The purpose of the records was to portray the diversity of life and culture on Earth, designated for any intelligent life in the universe who might find them. 

The Voyager spacecrafts are still out there today, both with a long journey ahead of them. Given the time it will take for them to be near other stars (about 40,000 years for one of them), some have even suggested that before then we’ll have developed space travel superior in speed to the spacecrafts and that they’ll be obsolete long before reaching anyone. 

Carl Sagan was an astronomer working on the project back in the 70’s. He had wanted “Here Comes the Sun” included on the records, and The Beatles favored the idea. Unfortunately, EMI refused to release the rights (probably because of the copyright infringing habits of aliens) and so it was not included. 


The Beatles Song Quote of the week

I'd like to be under the sea in an Octopus's garden in the shade.

- The Beatles, Octopus's Garden



 The Beatles 50 Years Ago Today :

The Beatles 50 Years Ago Today : April 13, 1964 (Monday)

Twickenham Film Studios, St. Margaret.s, Twickenham

Shooting in the morning of George's solo sequence in the film, in which he is taken to the marketing boss of a clothing company and mistaken for the model of their new range of what George describes as "grotty" shirts.

George also featured in the the afternoon "bathroom" filming, in which he shaved in front of a mirror while John played submarines in the bath, sang "Rule Britannia" and apparently disappeared down the plug-hole. Paul and Ringo did not attend filming this day - had they done so they would have re-met Roy Orbison, visiting Britain and keen to catch up with the group which had, theoretically, been a support act on his previous British concert tour.


More Listener Birthdays on the Birthday Page

Hear the Daily Audio Birthday Greeting On-Air & Online

 Monday April 14

Christy Pete from Machesney Park
Dennis McCullugh from New York
Sylvain Dickey from Montréal
John Duggan from Dublin
Fermin Manzanares from Caracas
Glenn Matyi from Edison
Gerry Rowe from Chepstow
Damir Vrđuka from Damba
Larry Jackson from Lawton
Michael Rodriguez from Tucson
Scott Hauge from Seattle
Ianick Mathieu from quebec

Tuesday April 15

Kathy Bergin from Chicago
Trevor Gsrdner from Colchester
Bryan Farrell from Nashville
Nicola Tombolan from Bassano del Grappa
Ty Sullivan from NYC
Dan Allinson from Edmonton
Kathy Padgett from Batesburg
RW Webb from Toronto
Laira Ritchie from Barrie
Aria Salomon from Spring Valley
J S from toronto
Jessica Wardlaw from Cottage grove
Raymond Ieronimo from Bradford

Wednesday April 16

Julia Fowler from Neptune
Harvey Good from West Palm Beach Florida
Louis Melendez from Gainesville,New York
Madeline O'Malley from Lincoln
spence brown from Peoria
Fernando Demarchi from Buenos Aires
Monique Layzell from Dallas
CAOIMHE FOX from Toronto
Beth Fitzgerald from West Allis
Gordon Craig from Irvine
Barry Dreiner from LaPorte
tom cappa from syracuse
Christopher Marr from CHILLIWACK
Arkady Chertkov from San Jose

Thursday April 17

Bob Haley from Wayne, pa
Charles Buntinx from Getafe
Luis Miguel Martínez Fernández from Mexico´s City
Gordon Hartley from Napier
Jeanne Zieger from Saint Peters
jacob andrew from New York
michel robichaud from magog
david weakley from mclouth
Richard Crossland from Leeds
Donald McClung from San Antonio
Laura Ataide from São Paulo
joao ferreira from hillside

Friday April 18

Mauricio Castro de Almida from Nova Odessa -SP
Christopher Goddard from Atlanta
Kelly Socobasin from Princeton
Shawn Brighton from Miami Beach
manuel mejia from centreville
Paul Hebert from Guelph
Janusz Kawalec from London
Víctor Sastre from Madrid
Martin Somervill from Santa Fe
Giuliano De Palma from Oak Harbor
steven lukefahr from Kingsville
bill stafford from burlington
Christine DeCambra from Georgetown
Patrick Gordon from Harrisonburg

Saturday April 19

Brianda Sada from coahuila
Joyce Cerullo from North Ridgeville
Miguel Tong from Lima
Gene Davis from Spokane
Jessica Vera from Las Vegas
Richard swindell from RIPLEY
lamanna anthony from Milford
Tim Calligan from Oak Ridge
Wayne Childress from Jacksonville
Alex Pochop from Ottawa

Sunday April 20

Marco Frota from BRASILIA
Joseph Downing from San Jose
ribhu roy from bhiali
Jennifer Brake from Walhalla
rubens apostolo from São Paulo
john kogelman from dedemsvaart
Brian Ferdinand from Tampa
Jaclyn Marsh from Cincinnati
Claude Troncy from Paris
terran mx from MEXICO CITY
Kevin Knupp from San Francisco
Eddie Janssens from Brussels

Last weeks poll question: 

Have you ever watched a Beatles Movie/Film?

Yes - 94.1%
No - 5.9%

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 This weeks poll question: 

Should Paul McCartney Play?


 Beatle Brain Buster

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This weeks Beatle Brain Busters:

Which artist originally recorded the Beatles big cover hit "Twist and Shout?"

Buddy Holly
Isley Brothers
Big Bopper


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