The Beatles’ records helped shape modern pop music, with no fewer than 17 UK No. 1 hits.

From her early self-penned rock ‘n’ roll songs inspired by her love of Elvis, Carl Perkins and Chuck Berry, to the psychedelic pop of albums like Revolver and Sgt Pepper, to the finely crafted pop gems of Abbey Road and Let It Be, the four guys from Liverpool left no musical boundaries open.

Tonight at 8pm, ITV shows a special two-hour special, The Nation’s Favorite Beatles Number One, which tells the stories behind each of the Fab Four’s biggest hits and reveals which masterpieces by John, Paul, George and Ringo are most played by the British are favored. become public.

With an asset-embarrassment like this, it’s certainly a controversial topic. A host of celebrities including Noel Gallagher, Twiggy and Cavern regular Sue Johnston will give their views.

There’s even never-before-seen footage of the beautiful moptops to entice Beatlemaniacs to listen.

But how much do you know about the Beatles charts?

Complete our quiz to find out.

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Which Beatles number one includes the line: “Tuesday afternoons never end, Wednesday morning papers never came”