Perhaps the United Nations could declare a Martin Richard World Peace Day.
Now, with both my parents gone, I must face the indisputable fact that I am an orphan.
Fifty years ago this week, the single which broke The Beatles was released.
The impeccably restored version of the film is a treat that will help remind you what made The Beatles special.
The John Lennon Letters works to confirm the image we've always had of John Lennon as the complicated Beatle.
Spencer Leigh's The Beatles in Liverpool is a surprisingly insightful and fresh re-telling of a familiar story.
From Sir George Martin to Henry Winkler, Swirsky spent eight years tracking people down and recorded their Beatle encounters.
The film may be incoherent and indulgent, but the Blu-ray sounds great and has cool bonus features.
Fifty years ago the music business and the aspirations and goals of musicians all over the world were altered forever.
An outstanding collection of Beatles encounters, as told by the people who experienced them, from Art Garfunkel to Jon Voight.