I watched the Lennon programmes, it was pretty good. I'd already seen Lennon Naked pretty recently so I didn't bother with that, but the rest was good. I especially enjoyed the John/Plastic Ono Band show of "Classic Albums", so much so that I can't stop listening to it now! It gave me a better appreciation of the immediate post-Beatles era, cos you can imagine that it can be a rough patch for some people. And I loved Ringo's last part! I can't promise to quote him perfectly, but it went pretty much like this:
Ringo: "I hate being interviewed on albums, it's usually embarassing! But I don't mind for this one - " - he holds up the CD of the album - " - it's a beautiful album, and he was a beautiful man... and I'm just priveliged to feel that he was my friend."
And there was a little twinkle in his eye, and it was a fantastic moment. Klaus spoke quite a lot too, and demonstrated some of the bass chords he played on the album. I never realised quite how cool Klaus is.
Another poignant moment was on the Lennon TOTP special, where Yoko was introducing "(Just Like) Starting Over". She was explaining where the song came from and what was happening with her and John at the time, and she rather sadly said:
"It's just so strange that while me and John were rejoicing in this wonderful song, there was... a spirit, behind us. Waiting to take John away."
All in all, an emotional yet good series of shows.