Graham Nash talks about his new autobiography "Wild Tales"
Graham talks about his song Marakesh Express
Graham talks about one of his biggest songs from his album "Songs for Beginners"
Graham talks about the Derek and the Dominos classic
Graham talks about how Paul McCartney invited him to the session
Graham talks about David Crosby's experience in hearing the Beatles "A Day In The Life" for the first time
Graham thought he had landed in a war zone.
Graham wonders how music from the 60's will be viewed in 100 years
Graham talks about the birth of Skiffle music
Graham hopes to be able to put together a charity album for the Children's Defense Fund, this album would be a compilation of songs that he and David Crosby sang on.
Graham talks about the upcoming project to release some fantastic live music recorded by Crosby Stills Nash & Young on the 1974 tour.
Graham Nash says the hit making formula used for the song "Jennifer Eccles" for the Hollies was getting a bit old for him at the time.
Graham discusses how fantastic recordings made with the Hollies at the BBC turned out.
Graham talks about how he and Hollies band members didn't get along all that well with the Dave Clark 5.
Graham Nash on his song for the Hollies, "King Midas in Reverse".
Graham talks about meeting song writer Graham Gouldman for the first time and the writing of the Hollies hit, "Bus Stop".
Graham talks about Joni Mitchell's writing of the song "Woodstock".
Graham talks about the inspiration for the Hollies hit, "Stop Stop Stop".
Graham talks about the writing of the Hollies track, "Dear Eloise".
Graham talks about the writing of "Teach Your Children"