performance, reminiscent of the bands famous London rooftop gig at Apple in Savile Row, Sir Paul, 67, appeared on Late Night With David Letterman, which is filmed at the venue. The outdoor set brought Broadway to a standstill as fans crowded outside the building for a view. Die Hard actor Bruce Willis, 54, and his new wife Emma Heming, 31, pictured left, were spotted in the crowd by a cameraman and hoisted up in a TV cherry picker for a better view. London Lite Thursday, 16 July 2009 15 Fearne gets Jos prime time show Sir Paul gets back to where he once belonged... By Mark Blunden Cottonreplaces44-year-oldDJ DJ Jo Whiley is being dropped from her prime Radio 1 morning slot -- to be replaced by Fearne Cotton. The 44-year-old presenter, who has hosted the 10am mid-morning show for eight years, will leave in September for a new weekend programme. Cotton, 27, takes over the weekday slot in the biggest shake-up at the station for five years. She already co- hosts weekend shows with Reggie yates, which he will now present alone. She said: i love being at Radio 1 and taking on a weekday show is a dream come true. Jo is leaving very big shoes for me to fill and its nerve-wracking. Shes been a massive inspiration to me so i have a high standard to live up to. in the changes, which come into effect in September, edith Bowman, 35, is to be moved from her regular 1-4pm week- day show to host the week- end breakfast show from 7-10am instead. Greg James, 23, who c u r r e n t l y h o s t s the early Breakfast weekday show from 4-6.30am will take her place, and he will be replaced by Dev, 24. The londoner is to move from his Weekend Breakfast show. By georgina littlejohn Switch: Fearne Cotton, left, and Jo Whiley SIR Paul McCartney wowed fans with a set of Beatles classics on the roof of the New York venue where the Fab Four had their big US break more than 45 years ago. The former Beatle caused traffic chaos as roads were blocked while he played hits including Get Back, Helter Skelter and Back In The USSR above the Ed Sullivan Theatre. In late 1963, The Beatles, virtually unknown in the US, were nearly drowned out by screaming fans when they first performed I Wanna Hold Your Hand on the Ed Sullivan Show. Before yesterdays Fab: Macca plays his iconic Hfner bass yesterday Dont pass me by: McCartney plays to New Yorkers on the roof of the Ed Sullivan Theatre H index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html