The world at large is aware of the enormous input that both John Lennon and George Harrison gave to modern day music; but few people have been party to the real men behind the image; the depth of their beliefs and the innermost concerns they both shared for the future. In this fascinating account of one half of the world's most successful group we explore the sides of two personalities rarely if ever on view to the general public. Told through interviews with Capital's Roger Scott and Nicky Horne with John and George, we are treated to a rare insight into the very core of these giants' of entertainment. Also adding their own special views of the men they shared their lives with are Yoko and George's ex wife Olivia who both speak in revealing terms. Very few programmes, if any, have provided such significant and informative detail about two of the most private of individuals'; but here in 'Guitar's Gently Weep' we reveal through never before seen footage the differences between these most iconic of men. The common ground they shared was the ability to write songs that were not only memorable but also meaningful, but it's there that the similarities end as this groundbreaking programme and superb 64 page colour booklet reveal.