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S1-E3 She Loves You: You Never Had It So Good

S1-E3 She Loves You: You Never Had It So Good

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In 1963, the Profumo Affair hit the headlines, the Great Train Robbery took place, the Dartford Tunnel and the National Theatre opened and a band from Liverpool started doing rather well. Stuart Maconie uses She Loves You by the Beatles as a starting point to reflect on Britain in that year, as he explores social change, optimism and the impact of the Fab Four.

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Presenter Stuart Maconie
Producer Ian Callaghan

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