"Looking back on it, I'm really glad we did it"
Should musicians stick to their music, or should we allow them to spread their wings to other mediums – even if they're not that good
Just us who sort of wish this wasn’t happening so we didn’t have to feel sick with envy?
From Bob Dylan to Eminem, it's become natural to express intimate thoughts through songwriting for millions to hear
Shiver ye timbers, and prepare to gaze upon the visage of a man who's just given up trying in life
Thanks to the US Copyright Act of 1976
The star outbid Paul McCartney for the rights to more than 200 Beatles hits including "Yesterday" and "Let It Be"
Son of a street vendor, the late George Martin became known as a true gent in a nasty business. Now Beatles biographer Philip Norman traces his path from comedy record producer to the 'fifth Fab', and explains how he propelled them to stardom
The musical legend has endorsed our Give to GOSH appeal and recorded a special message for the hospital
The mythology surrounding the White Album takes in warring Beatles, Charles Manson and installation art. What's even weirder is that Starr ended up with the very first copy, which he's selling off tomorrow.
#LetItBeeb is a public campaign backed by leading musicians and industry figures in support of the radio and television services provided by BBC Music
They were the most photographed band in the world, but even at the height of the Beatles' fame, no one trained a lens on them more enthusiastically than Ringo Starr. He talks to Craig McLean, and we publish a selection of his pictures of John, Paul, George and friends
Sir Paul Coleridge says children are a responsibility not a right, and should only be had by couples ‘stable enough’ to tie the knot
A senior High Court judge has argued that couples should not have children until they are ready to wed.
The singer was declared irrelevant to Radio 1's young audience earlier this year
The musician, 35, replied to answers in mono-syllables and appeared confused by the word 'prerequisite'