The Beatles sang "All You Need Is Love" across the world and these beautiful never-before-seen images by David Magnus show their global satellite broadcast in 1967. Here's are a few more details of that day over 50 years ago... On June 25, 1967, performers representing 19 countries from around the world appeared on Our World, the first international television production broadcast by satellite. An estimated 400 million viewers watched the two-and-a-half hour program, which featured talent including Pablo Picasso and Maria Callas and was closed out by a performance of “All You Need Is Love” by The Beatles. The photographer David Magnus, a friend of and regular collaborator with the band, was on hand to take pictures of the historic gig.Watch some of this amazing time on YouTube
© David Magnus, 1967
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