Reliving the moment the Quarrymen cut their first record

This week's episode follows on from our trip to Woolton with the Quarrymen and we look back to July 12, 1958, the day John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and John Lowe cut their first record.

We speak to Peter Phillips, the grandson of Percy Phillips, the man who owned the Kensington house turned recording studio where history was made in one living room.

He also talks about how he continues his family's legacy today and making sure the recording studio lives on. Find out the more here.

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