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Hear exclusive audio of two great legends: John Peel and John Lennon talking together in 1968
Night Ride - Radio 1 - 11 Dec 1968
Unheard since 1968 don't miss these extracts from this late-night Radio 1 show.

The extracts feature John Peel and John Lennon and Yoko Ono talking informally about their latest projects, reciting a little poetry and even singing to fill time on the show.

Part one:
John Peel (JP) asks John Lennon (JL) about the release of the Two Virgins LP

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Part two:
John Peel asks John Lennon and Yoko if they think they feel it is unlikely Two Virgins will get many airplays 

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Part three:
John Peel asks John and Yoko what they are up to and hears about how they've just been recording with The Stones, Eric Clapton and Keith Richards

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Part four:
John Lennon sings It's Now Or Never to fill time before news at John Peel's request. Proves to be very obliging, even whistles when he runs out of lyrics.

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Part five:
John Lennon reads a poem, possibly called A Piece Of Paper Called Charles.
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Part six:
Poem read by John Lennon:
"Once upon a time, there were two balloons called Jock and Yoko Ono....

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Part seven:
John Peel asks John Lennon and Yoko Ono about their future projects

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