A lost interview with members of THE Beatles has been unearthed by a British film enthusiast.
Richard Jeffs stumbled upon 64 canisters of film when he was searching through a garage in London.
The tapes included an interview with the Fab Four which had not been aired since its original 1964 broadcast.
In one clip, John Lennon responds to a journalist's question about his collaborations with Sir Paul MCCartney: "Sometimes we write them on old pianos, anything that's lying around."
MCCartney responds: "Normally, we... try and bash one out. But then again, there's no formula, because (John) can come up with one (in)one day completely finished. We still say we both wrote it, though."
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