Media interviewing The Beatles, 1964

Media interviewing The Beatles, 1964

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A media scrum awaited The Beatles shortly after their arrival in Wellington on 21 June 1964.


Some of the subjects related to it include beatles, press, radio broadcasts, 1960s, and television.

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