James A. Mitchell, author of "The Walrus & The Elephants," talks with Steve and Ken about the political climate in the '60s when John Lennon and Yoko Ono became involved with radicals.
Ken and Steve discuss the Beatles' recent success on the charts after the 50th anniversary festivities and Paul McCartney's chart struggles with "NEW."
Ken and Steve talk with David Bedford, author of "The Fab One Hundred and Four" and "Liddypool."
Steve Marinucci and Ken Michaels review CBS' "The Night They Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the Beatles."
Steve and Ken discuss Paul McCartney's five Grammy Award win at "The 56th Annual Grammy Awards" and also Paul and Ringo's performance on the show.
Journalist Larry Kane, who accompanied the Beatles on their American tours, recalls stories from the past and talks about his new book, "When They Were Boys."
Charles Rosenay!!! is our guest with Ken and Steve as he talks about the various NYFAB50 events to celebrate the Beatles' 50th anniversary.
Fest for Beatles Fans founder Mark Lapidos talks about the history of the Fest, recalls when a Beatle nearly showed up, and looks ahead to this year's 50th anniversary Fest and the Fest's own anniversary in this very special program.
Beatles Examiner Steve Marinucci and "Every Little Thing" host Ken Michaels discuss the upcoming release of "The U.S. Albums," the reasons behind its release, and a preview of some of the tracks from the set.
Ken and Steve look ahead to what's coming from the Beatles both as a group and solo in 2014.
Ken Michaels ("Every Little Thing") and Beatles Examiner Steve Marinucci discuss the biggest events in Beatles news this year.
Ken and Steve welcome back New York Times Culture Writer Allan Kozinn for a talk on further developments with Beatles Bootleg Recordings 1963.
On the occasion of the release of the DVD of "Good Ol' Freda," Ken and Steve chat with Freda Kelly about the movie and her work with the Beatles.
Steve and Ken discuss the motives and legalese behind the digital-only release of "The Beatles Bootleg Recordings 1963" on iTunes.
Allan Kozinn, longtime culture writer at the New York Times and the head of the paper's Beatles desk, talks about his new ebook "Got That Something" and how the song "I Want to Hold Your Hand" figured so significantly in the Beatles story. He also discusses his experiences interviewing the Beatles and what might be on tap in the future from the group.