David Tennant will be a guest star on a new ITV show to celebrate the number one hits of 1960's super group The Beatles.
The two-hour documentary, entitled The Nation's Favourite Beatles Number One, will feature interviews from other musicians, friends and celebrity fans of The Beatles, who will recount their memories of Britain's most successful band.
"The Beatles have had more number one singles in the UK than any other band. It’s a tough call to even start predicting what might be voted the nation’s favourite," said executive producer Mark Robinson.
He added: "It’s extraordinary to think that The Beatles’ output changed so dramatically within seven years – these are 27 songs that chart that extraordinary revolution in popular music."
The music from the programme will be available on a new DVD featuring restored videos for each song and around 200 minutes in additional bonus material, including promotional films and videos.
The Nation's Favourite Beatles Number One will air on ITV on Wednesday 11th November from 8pm.