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    Music for springtime

    "Start your day off with this dance track and you can’t go wrong." Flora Dyson picks out some selections to help keep you company during the final stretch of restrictions and drive you into the spring and summer months.

    ‘And In The End…’

    ‘…the love you take is equal to the love you make’: the cultural significance of the break-up of The Beatles.

    “All My Loving”- a love letter to the Beatles’ uncompromising “A...

    John, Paul, George and Ringo, chased through the oft-mistook Marylebone station, boyishly attempting to evade a hoard of adoring young fans. It is an iconic scene...

    Excess of Expression: John Lennon 1969-72

    'Why was it that, in putting self- expression, politics and philosophical substance at the forefront of his artistic agenda, Lennon’s music ended up failing to express both himself and everyday concerns with the same force as his work from the sixties?' A comparison of John Lennon's music from his solo career with his work in The Beatles.

    The weight of inheritance

    Cultural pilgrimages give us access to the inaccessible

    Playlist: Childhood

    A youthful and vibrant playlist on the topic of childhood

    Review: The V&A’s ‘Records and Rebels, 1966-70’

    Timothy Drummond is transported back to the era of psychedelic freedom, as, despite the exhibition's many flaws, 1960s culture continues to entrance and beguile

    Rewind: Let It Be

    Sam Purnell reflects on the release of The Beatles’ final studio album