Mark Lewisohn

Historian

Mojo magazine

Is this the best Beatles book ever?

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Podcast interview

Tune In interview from High and Low Podcast

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BBC 5 Live  

Mark was interviewed on Danny Baker's BBC Radio 5Live show on Saturday. Here is a link to the programme, available until next Saturday. Mark's interview starts at 1.05.30 and runs to 1.30.00

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also available as a podcast. Mark's segment begins at 44.48

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The Times review

Great review in The Times on Saturday, by Daniel Finkelstein.

Tune In is the first volume of history that Mark Lewisohn ­ – long one of the leading scholars and archivists of the Beatles ­ intends – to be three volumes ­ – and I may as well tell you now: I think it is a triumph, not only an enthralling account of the group's origins, far superior to anything that has gone before, but also an essential piece of social history. He has set out to do them justice and to write the definitive history. I think he is succeeding.close quotation

Rock & Roll

Review of Tune In from The Rock and Roll Chemist

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A Word In Your Ear

Mark to speak at A Word In Your Ear, at The Old Queen's Head, Islington, on Wednesday 9th October 2013 at 8pm.

http://theoldqueenshead.com/

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The Daily Telegraph 

As part of the Daily Telegraph's exclusive coverage of Mark Lewisohn's new Beatles biography, Michael Watts speaks to Mark about his fascination with the band.

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Tune In serialised in the Daily Telegraph

Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3

Special Edition details

The extended special edition of Mark Lewisohn's magisterial book Tune In is a true collector's item, featuring hundreds of thousands of words of extra material, as well as many extra photographs. It is the complete, uncut and definitive biography of the Beatles' early years, from their family backgrounds through to the moment they're on the cusp of their immense breakthrough at the end of 1962.

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Jo Whiley interview

On 11 February 2013, BBC Radio 2 and BBC4 (TV) marked the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' one-day recording of their first album, Please Please Me. Mark Lewisohn was among those invited to appear – he was twice interviewed live on Radio 2 by Jo Whiley, and (in this first extract) put the album's recording and status into context.

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