RESULTS: The Nation’s Favourite Beatles Number 1 Winner and Top 27 List

The Nation’s Favourite Beatles Number One – The countdown as it happened for ITV’s poll of Britain’s most popular Fab Four chart toppers.

Unlike previous ‘Nation’s Favourite’ lists, this show isn’t exactly a top 20 countdown of the countries most loved songs from a specific artist, band or era. The programme will instead reveal which of The Beatles 27 singles, that reached number one here in the UK and America, are our favourites today.

Here we’ll be filling out the results of the show as they’re revealed, including the big winner. So which song will be voted number 1?

The Nation’s Favourite Beatles Number One Results List

27: The Ballad of John and Yoko – 1969

26: Day Tripper – 1965

25: I Feel Fine – 1964

24: From Me To You – 1963

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23: Paperback Writer – 1966

22: Get Back – 1969

21: Lady Madonna – 1968

20: Hello, Goodbye – 1967

19: Yellow Submarine – 1966

18: Eight Days A Week – 1965

17: We Can Work It Out – 1965

16: Ticket To Ride – 1965

15: Help! – 1965

14: Love Me Do – 1962

13: Can’t Buy Me Love – 1964

12: Something – 1969

11: Come Together – 1969

10: She Loves You – 1963

9: A Hard Day’s Night – 1964

8: The Long and Winding Road – 1970

7: I Want To Hold Your Hand – 1963

6: Penny Lane – 1967

5: All You Need Is Love – 1967

4: Eleanor Rigby – 1966

3: Let It Be – 1970

2: Yesterday – 1965

Winner. 1: Hey Jude – 1968

So do you agree with ITV’s poll results, or did you have a different number 1 hit in mind? Perhaps your fave Beatles track never even made it to the top of the singles charts. With such a huge library of music to their name, many of you will have no doubt backed an alternative winner.

The Nation’s Favourite Beatles Number One aired for the first time from 8:00pm to 10:00pm on Wednesday the 11th of November, 2015.

In addition to revealing Britain’s preferred tunes from John, Paul, George and Ringo, the show will also bring us the stories behind the music. We’ll see interviews with Beatles’ insiders, including friends, fellow musicians, performers and some celebrity fans.

From pure fans, to current-day singer-songwriters who have been influenced by the Liverpool group, you’ll hear from the likes of actor David Tennant, actor and adventurer Michael Palin, singer Sandie Shaw, model Twiggy, actress Sue Johnston, ABBA star Bjorn Ulvaeus, plus musicians George Ezra and Jake Bugg.

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