If you’ve been following the Top of the Pops re-runs on BBC4 you’ll be reminded that that for 3 or 4 years after Band Aid, any humanitarian disaster or tragic event was often followed by a Charity record involving some quite curious meetings of Pop and showbiz minds. Not for one minute am I knocking the good intentions, nor downplaying the scale of some of these tragic events but it can’t be denied this led to some very unlikely musical collaborations. The Bradford City stadium fire saw Bernie Winters, Rolf Harris, Bruce Forsyth and Cheggers sing on the same record as Lemmy, Phil Lynott, John Entwistle and Peter Cook. Until tonight I had completely forgotten this one from 1987 – a cover of Let it Be with Sir Paul at the helm for the Zeebrugge Ferry disaster. Follow the video -and then keep yer eyes peeled for a genuinely jaw dropping cameo by a total A-List reclusive Pop legend – which is then followed by a completely improbable finale with Su Pollard, Grange Hill cast members and…ah just watch the video..