|David Frost with George and John, 1967.|
He hosted That Was the Week That Was (known as TW3), a show that ran from 1962 to 1963 in Britain and 1964 through 1965 in the US.
It was followed by The Frost Report, which ran from 1966 to 1967. It was notable for launching the television comedy careers of Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett (later, The Two Ronnies) as well as a pre-Python John Cleese.
Frost hosted members of the Beatles numerous times, beginning with Paul on his own in 1964; John and George together in 1967; John with Yoko in 1968, 1969 and 1972; Ringo in 1970.
Frost continued to interview his friend Paul McCartney occasionally throughout the decades.
His airing of the "Hey Jude" / "Revolution" clips in 1968 - promos produced with set-ups to appear as though they were actually guesting his show - remain the most iconic.
For the last few years, Frost was producing his interviews for Al Jazeera. Here he is, interviewing Paul McCartney in 2012.