Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page hints at new music project
Led Zeppelin's guitarist Jimmy Page heads to Washington next month to receive a prestigious Kennedy Center Honor.
The lifetime achievement award comes as the band are releasing a DVD of their 2007 reunion concert - a gig which broke records when 20 million people applied for tickets.
Page told the BBC's Kirsty Lang how the band set about their rehearsals for the concert.
Listen to more of the interview on BBC Radio 4's Front Row on Friday 16 November at 1915.