I am really interested in the Beatles Abbey Road edition of Late Night Line Up, which is missing from the BBC archive, but if it was found would be a fascinating source of contemporary visuals for Abbey Road songs, an album that is otherwise not well represented by contemporary footage. The Beatles direct involvement was minimal, but apparently it included original visual items made in house by the BBC for songs; for instance a Maxwells Silver Hammer animation, which would be great to see and would fulfill the same purpose as the Yellow Submarine film by providing contemporary visuals for songs the Beatles never made films or tv appearances for. The main info I have on this special comes from Mark Lewisohn's Beatles Chronicle book, his entry on this item reads: 'the BBC2 arts series Late Night Line-Up afforded Abbey Road unprecedented television publicity for a pop/rock album. One week ahead of its release, on Friday 19th September (BBC2 10.55 - 11.30pm) and then again on Saturday 10th October in a full repeat (11.25 12.00 pm), the entire programme was devoted to the album, with , for the most part, non - Beatles footage used to illustrate the music , of which everything but three numbers (Oh Darling, I Want You, and She Came In Through The Bathroom Window) was included. None of the Beatles participated in the programme, however, although Apple did supply photo stills and a little over four minutes of 16mm Beatles footage for screening. he content of this footage is not known, but it may have been amateur home-movie film shot when the four Beatles last came together for a photo session at Johns Tittenhurst home on Friday 22nd August' I've heard that's it's latterly been discovered that the footage provided by Apple was most likely the 'Day In Te Life' footage synched up to 'Come Together' rather than the Tittenhurst film. Does anyone have any further info on this special? Anyone watch it at the time and have any memories? I've heard that a still from the 'Maxwells' animation was posted to ebay some years back.. anyone recall that? Wonder why those 3 songs mentioned above were omitted from the presentation? Any info or speculation welcomed!