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If you missed last night's global Q&A, get a flavour by checking these three
audio clips.



With U2 and host Jo Whiley on three continents and fans mailing questions
from the others, the Q&A proved a global hit.



Jo Whiley, from BBC Radio One, was in London, Bono, Edge and Larry in New
York and Adam by the Ganges in India, as questions from fans across the
world were put to the band.



In a day or two we will be carrying a transcript of the interview, but in
the meantime check out Adam speaking live from India and the Hindu Festival
of Light, 'fifty seven years ahead of the rest of the world'.

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Tune in to Edge, explaining how he dressed up as himself for Halloween, hit
the town and everyone thought he had perfect 'the Edge' look - except one
guy, who thought he was 'too short'.

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And find out what the band gave Jo Whiley for hosting the live chat.

Listen Here




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