LONDON: Unreleased outtakes, demos and BBC sessions by The Beatles are expected to be made available on iTunes later. The 59 tracks from 1963 are due to be released to stop them falling out of copyright and into the public domain. EU copyright law covers recordings for 70 years if they have had an official release or 50 years if they have not. Some fans said songs appeared on iTunes briefly earlier, but t BBC understands they will reappear later on Tuesday and remain indefinitely. –BBC