Where and when you can watch the documentary “The Beatles: Eight in Week – The Touring Years” from Friday (6/8/2021), both on TV and digitally in the media library, read here at news.de .
The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Tourist Years by Arti
Photo: Aarti, transmitted by FUNKE Guides
On Friday (6/8/2021), “The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – Tourist Years” was broadcast on TV at 9:55 pm. When you receive the shipment in art Can’t see: Take a look at the Arte media library. There you will find many TV reports to broadcast online as VOD after they are broadcast. As a rule, you will find the program in the media library after it has been broadcast on TV. Unfortunately, this does not apply to all programs. Unfortunately, there will be no iteration of Arte’s linear television in the near future.
“The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Tourist Years” on TV: This is what the documentary is about
To this day they are the kings of pop: the four mushroom heads Paul, John, George and Ringo conquered the world from Liverpool in the 1960s. The documentary accompanies the band through their touring years, from their beginnings at the Hamburg Star Club in the early 1960s to their last concert at San Francisco’s Candlestick Park in 1966. How the four youngsters from Liverpool, John Lennon and Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, became the most successful band in Pop date? The film highlights how these four different personalities worked together as a band, making their decisions, writing songs, launching the extraordinary career of BEATLES and taking over the world. (Source: Aarti, quoted by FUNKE magazines)
“The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Tourist Years”: a quick overview of everything and information
in a: art
FSKApproved from 12 years old
year of production: 2016
Long: 110 minutes
in high definition: Yes
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