First, this song. I'd recommend skipping to the middle, and then coming back to listen to the start:
Second, this silly interview with my 17 year-old favourite, Peter Doherty (those things never go away, although I'm a bit annoyed at some of the stuff he says in the interview, but that goes for McCartney as well!).
Still, one highlight, about Wilfred Bramble, who played Paul's grandfather in A Hard Day's Night:
Sir Paul: Dear old Wilfred. Later you start to realise he's an actor, but to us he's like a magic person. Now I can see that he actually got up in the morning, shaved and did stuff, but then he was just this magic guy. Wilfred was a fantastic actor but he would forget his lines sometimes. To us he was a God, and it was sort of embarrassing for him, but in a way it was fascinating.