STONES' 60TH CELEBRATED ON FILM

Universal Music Group’s Mercury Studios will distribute four films on The Rolling Stones, collectively titled My Life as a Rolling Stone, as Mick Jagger and Keith Richards celebrate the band's 60 years.

Across four hour-long episodes, intimate portraits of Jagger, Richards, Ron Wood and the late Charlie Watts emerge via new interviews with the band and those they’ve inspired, including Chrissie Hynde, Slash, Rod Stewart, Tina Turner and Steven Tyler.

The series will be broadcast this summer on BBC Two and iPlayer as part of the BBC's Stones programming on TV, radio and digital platforms.

A collection of landmark Stones concerts and documentaries will also be available on iPlayer, among them the 2012 film Crossfire Hurricane and a revised version of the 1995 documentary The Rolling Stones: Totally Stripped. BBC Radio 2, meanwhile, will air a two-hour audio documentary, Rolling With the Stones.

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