Imagine There's No Heaven: Anglican Cathedral Bells Play Anti-Religion Song
Hundreds of people gathered to hear the bells of Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral ring out the tune of John Lennon's anti-religious anthem Imagine.
A team of seven volunteer bell ringers played the 1971 song, which begins "Imagine there's no Heaven", as part of an arts festival.
The cathedral said it had carefully considered the "sensitivities" surrounding the song's lyrical content.
Lennon himself described the song as "anti-religious, anti-conventional".
The former Beatle, who was born in Liverpool and murdered in New York in 1980, said it was also "anti-capitalistic".