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1993


Friday 1st January 1993 New Year's Day

NB It is assumed that all programmes are now broadcast in stereo

New ITV channels

GMTV begins 6:00 - 9.30 am

Carlton begins 0.00 am with A Carlton New Year 90 minutes

Meridian begins 0.00 am with Meridian: The First Ten Minutes

West Country begins 0.00 am with the movie Best Defence

BBC1 Love Hurts (first of second series)

with Adam Faith

BBC1 Patti LaBelle Live in New York 60 minutes

Live at the Apollo, New York 1991

C4 Madstock - The Movie 60 minutes

Madness

C4 The Laughing Prisoner 60 minutes

A Tube special filmed at Port Merion, Wales

Siouxsie & The Banshees - The Passenger

XTC - The Man Who Sailed Around His Soul

Magnum - Vigilante Man

C4 Bring On The Night 1985 documentary with Sting

BBC2 Arena: Joe Meek

NB a replacement for a cancelled show

Carlton Surprise Party

with Phil Collins

ITV Ford cars advert

Features a new instrumental version of Brian May's Driven By You

C4 Without Wall: Desperately Seeking Sid

Sid James documentary with Joe Brown


Saturday 2nd January 1993

C4 Golden Years (first in series)

Theme is an instrumental version of David Bowie's Golden Years

BBC1 Going Live

The Farm

LWT It'll Be Alright On The Night 7

Music by Rod Argent

Includes Mick Jagger clip


Sunday 3rd January 1993

Meridian The Karen Carpenter Story 1988 TV movie

BBC2 Later With Jools Holland

k d lang

Dwight Yoakam

The Rockingbirds

Loudon Wainwright III

C4 Hammerman

Cartoon series based on M C Hammer


Monday 4th January 1993

C4 Big Breakfast

Gloria Estefan

BBC2 Sean's Shorts

Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine

Meridian The Beat (first in series)

Jesus Jones, Keith Richards

Meridian Elvis: Aloha From Hawaii

C4 Runrig 60 minutes


Tuesday 5th January 1993

Meridian Full Stretch (first in series)

David Bowie as himself

C4 Red Hot And Movin' 55 minutes

The Cookie Crew, Rebel MC, Raggy Twins

ITV Good Morning TV

Elton John interview


Wednesday 6th January 1993

LNN News

Bill Wyman on why he left The Rolling Stones

C4 Sesame Street

Ziggy Marley


Thursday 7th January 1993

C4 The Big Breakfast

Diana Ross

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Tony Dortie

Jesus Jones - The Devil You Know (live vocals)

The Frank and Walters - After All (live vocals)

Slipstream - We Are Raving

Little Angels - Woman Kind (live vocals)

Apache Indian - Arranged Marriage (live vocals)

Paul McCartney - Hope Of Deliverance (live vocals)

Promo clips - Snap (with chart run down), Pre Fab Sprout, The Farm, Sultans of Ping FC, Sunscream, Arrested Development

Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You number one (promo clip)

BBC1 Mask movie with Cher


Friday 8th January 1993

C4 The Word

Ice Cube - interview

Sister Sledge

Sunscream

BBC1 Entertainment Express (first of thirteen shows)

Tom Jones, Dave Stewart


Saturday 9 January 1993

BBC1 Going Live

Jesus Jones - The Devil You Know

C4 Ready Steady Go!

THE ROLLING STONES Got A Good Thing Going

THE BEATLES introduce P J PROBY Walkin’ The Dog, & THE VERNON’S GIRLS Cumberland Gap (Around The Beatles)

CILLA BLACK You’re My World (Around The Beatles)

GERRY AND THE PACEMAKERS Pretend, plus one (Beat City)

DONOVAN Catch The Wind, Sunshine Superman, Mellow Yellow (A Boy Called Donovan)

LONG JOHN BALDRY & THE VERNON’S GIRLS I’m Movin’ On / Lover Please, Got My Mojo Workin’ (Around The Beatles)

MILLIE Tom Hark (Around The Beatles)

CILLA BLACK Saved, Heat Wave (Around The Beatles)

SOUNDS INCORPORATED (Around The Beatles)

THE ROLLING STONES That’s How Strong My Love Is

DONOVAN Sunshine Superman (A Boy Called Donovan)

SONNY AND CHER I Got You Babe (Shindig!)

MILLIE My Boy Lollipop (Around The Beatles)

PJ PROBY I Believe (Around The Beatles)

THE DAVE CLARK FIVE Anyway You Want Me, Because (Ed Sullivan)

DONOVAN Mellow Yellow (A Boy Called Donovan)

THE ROLLING STONES Paint It Black (7 October 1966)


Sunday 10th January 1993

BBC2 Later With Jools Holland

Was (Not Was)

Tasmin Archer

Smokey Robinson

Baaba Maal & Oumou Sangare


Monday 11th January 1993

TVS Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Career Move with David Cassidy


Tuesday 12th January 1993

C4 Mona Lisa movie with Joe Brown

C4 Cajun Country documentary


Thursday 14th January 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Tony Dortie

West End featuring Sybil - The Love I Lost

Take That - greetings from Germany, Could It Be Magic (promo clip and chart run down)

Shanice - Saving Forever For You

Pop Will Eat Itself - Get The Girl (live vocals)

Arrested Development - Mr Wendell (in Atlanta)

Sunscream - Broken English

Duran Duran - Ordinary World (live vocals)

Promo clips - En Vougue, S.O.U.L.S.Y.S.T.E.M., Peter Gabriel, Faith No More

Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You number one (promo clip)

C4 REM Automatic For The People 30 second TV advert


Friday 15th January 1993

BBC1 Wogan

Ian Donaldson

BBC1 Crosby Stills and Nash - The Acoustic Concert

Live in San Francisco 1990

C4 The Word

Grace Jones

Boney M

Bay City Rollers

Belly

D Ream

Heatwave

BBC1 Entertainment Express

Paul McCartney - interview

The Counterfeit Stones - interview


Saturday 16 January 1993

Meidian What's Up Doc

Sister Sledge, 2 Unlimited

BBC2 The Juliet Letters

Elvis Costello & The Brodsky Quartet

LWT The Trouble With The 60s 75 minutes

Donovan

The Swinging Blue Jeans

The Troggs

Sandie Shaw

C4 Saturday Zoo (first of thirteen shows) 10.00 - 11.00 pm

Hosted by Jonathan Ross and a weekly guest host

House band Jeanette Mason & The Silhouettes

Paul Weller - live

BBC2 The Sounds Of The Seventies

1: The Clothes I Love To Wear

T REX Hot Love (Top Of The Pops 25 March 1971)

SWEET Blockbuster (Top Of The Pops 25 December 1973)

SLADE Mama Weer All Crazee Now (Top Of The Pops 28 December 1972)

GARY GLITTER I Love You Love Me Love (Top Of The Pops 15 November 1973)

MOTT THE HOOPLE Roll Away The Stone (Top Of The Pops 15 November 1973)

MUD Tiger Feet (Top Of The Pops 27 December 1974)

ALVIN STARDUST Sketch (Basil Brush Show 1974)

ALVIN STARDUST Jealous Mind (Top Of The Pops 27 December 1974)

SUZI QUATRO Devil Gate Drive (Top Of The Pops 27 December 1974)

DAVID CASSIDY Some Kind Of A Summer (Top Of The Pops March 1973)

DONNY OSMOND Puppy Love (On Tour With The Osmonds 16 January 1974)

THE BAY CITY ROLLERS News article (Newsround 1975)

THE BAY CITY ROLLERS Bye Bye Baby (Crackerjack 1975)

C4 Ready Steady Go!

intro (Manfred Mann: 5-4-3-2-1 )

THE BEATLES It Won’t Be Long, Keith Fordyce award presentation (20 March 1964)

BILLY FURY Nothin’ Shakin (1 May 1964)

DUSTY SPRINGFIELD Every Day I Have To Cry Some (20 March 1964)

JOHN LENNON Chat with Keith Fordyce (20 March 1964)

ALMA COGAN Interrupts, Tennessee Waltz (20 March 1964)

GEORGIE FAME Yeh Yeh (11 December 1964)

RUFUS THOMAS Walkin’ The Dog (11 December 1964)

MARTHA AND THE VANDELLAS Dancing In The Street (6 November 1964)

THE ROLLING STONES Around And Around (20 November 1964)


Sunday 17th January 1993

BBC2 Later With Jools Holland 65 minutes

Nick Cave & Shane MacGowan

Denim

En Vogue

John Prine


Monday 18th January 1993

BBC1 Pebble Mill

Go West

BBC2 Sean's Shorts

The Inspiral Carpets


Tuesday 19th January 1993

ITV The Beat

Artciles - The Shamen, Senseless Things, Jesus Jones, Happy Mondays

C4 For Love and Money

Malcolm McLaren


Wednesday 20th January 1993

ITV GMTV

Peter Gabriel - interview

BBC1 This Country's Rockin' (repeat)

BBC1 News

President Clinton's inauguration with Little Richard, Chiuck Berry


Thursday 21st January 1993

C4 A Day In The Life: Ian McCulloch (repeat)

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Mark Franklin

Sister Sledge - We Are Family '93

Go West - What We Won't Do For Love

Snap featuring Niki Harris - Exterminate

The Beloved - Sweet Harmony

S.O.U.L.S.Y.S.T.E.M. - It's Gonna Be A Lovely Day

Def Leppard - Heaven Is (live vocals)

Promo clips - Faith No More (and chart run down), The The, Del Amitri, Alice In Chains, Usura

Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You number one (promo clip)


Friday 22nd January 1993

BBC2 Arena: The Grateful and The Dead

Documentary about Phil Lesh's Rex Foundation which finances the recording and performance of obscure British composers

C4 The Word

Dinosaur Jr

Glow Worm

Central Central Weekend

Pop Will Eat Itself

The Inspiral Carpets

BBC1 Entertainment Express

Peter Gabriel - interview


Saturday 23 January 1993

Meridian What's Up Doc

East 17

C4 Saturday Zoo

Jimmy Nail

Meridian Liza and Friends

Liza Minelli at the Royal Albert Hall, London with Cliff Richard, Tom Jones

BBC2 The Sounds Of The Seventies

2: Satin And Tat

THE MOODY BLUES Question (It’s Lulu 1970)

PETE TOWNSHEND Interviewed by Jeremy Paxman

THE WHO Won’t Get Fooled Again (Top Of The Pops 15 July 1971)

MICK JAGGER Interviewed by David Dimbleby

THE ROLLING STONES Brown Sugar (Top Of The Pops 15 April 1971)

ROD STEWART Interviewed on Europe One (The Lively Arts 26 September 1976)

THE FACES Stay With Me (In Concert 1 April 1972)

DAVID BOWIE Article with Bernard Falk

DAVID BOWIE Queen Bitch (OGWT 8 February 1972)

ROXY MUSIC Ladytron (OGWT 20 June 1972)

QUEEN Killer Queen (Top Of The Pops 27 December 1974)

ELTON JOHN sketch (Morecombe & Wise 25 December 1977)

ELTON JOHN The Bitch Is Back (OGWT Christmas show 24 December 1974)

C4 Ready Steady Go!

Intro (The Safaris: Wipe Out)

DUSTY SPRINGFIELD Introduces

THE BEATLES Twist And Shout (4 October 1964)

THE ANIMALS Baby Let Me Take You Home, chat to Keith Fordyce (20 March 1964)

LULU Shout (1 May 1964)

Audience dances to The Rolling Stones

MILLIE My Boy Lollipop (Around The Beatles)

MANFRED MANN Do Wah Diddy (probably Shindig!)

THE DAVE CLARK FIVE Glad All Over (Ed Sullivan)

Audience dances to The Four Seasons

GERRY AND THE PACEMAKERS Ferry ‘Cross The Mersey (11 December 1964)

PAUL McCARTNEY Judges Brenda Lee lookalike contest (4 October 1964)

PETER COOK AND DUDLEY MOORE Goodby-ee (2 July 1965)


Sunday 24th January 1993

Granada You've Been Frames

Ed Banger & The Nosebleeds clip

BBC2 Screen 2: Edward II 1991 movie with Annie Lennox as 'Singer'

BBC2 Later With Jools Holland

The Inspiral carpets

JOhn Martyn

Joan Baez

David Crosby

Tyrell Corp


Monday 25th January 1993

C4 The Big Breakfast

Gloria Estefan

Meridian The Beat

Articles - Bizarre Inc, Eskimo, Egypt

BBC1 Pebble Mill

Girlfriend


Tuesday 26th January 1993

BBC1 Hangar 17

Girlfriend, Chaos


Wednesday 27th January 1993

BBC1 Newsroom South East

Town & Country Club article with Courtney Pine


Thursday 28th January 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Tony Dortie

2 Unlimited - No Limit

West End featuring Sybil - The Love I Lost

East 17 - Deep

Dina Carroll - Don't Be A Stranger

Lulu - Independence (live vocals)

Promo clips - Usura (and chart run down), Def Leppard, The Cult, Bon Jovi, Duran Duran, Sting

Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You number one (promo clip)

BBC1 Chef (first episode)

Theme sung by Omar

Music by Jakko

ITV GMTV

Midge Ure - interview


Friday 29th January 1993

BBC2 Arena: A Tribute To Dizzy Gillespie

C4 The Word

Eskimos & Egypt

St Etienne

Wendy James

BBC1 Terry Wogan's Friday Night

The Hothouse Flowers


Saturday 30 January 1993

BBC2 The Sounds Of The Seventies

3: Can You Feel The Force?

CLIFF RICHARD introduces (The Cliff Richard Show, 1970)

ARETHA FRANKLIN Don’t Play That Song (The Cliff Richard Show 31 August 1970)

THE TEMPTATIONS I Can’t Get Next To You (Top Of The Pops 15 January 1970)

THE JACKSON FIVE Rockin’ Robin (Top Of The Pops 28 December 1972)

GLADYS KNIGHT Help Me Make It Through The Night (Full House 1972)

BILL WITHERS Ain’t No Sunshine (OGWT 21 November 1972)

THE THREE DEGREES The Year Of Decision (It’s Cliff Richard 1974)

LABELLE Lady Marmalade (In Concert 8 March 1975)

CHIC Le Freak (Top Of The Pops 18 January 1979)

ROSE ROYCE Love Don’t Live Here Anymore (Top Of The Pops 1978)

THE REAL THING Can You Feel The Force? (Top Of The Pops 22 February 1979)

C4 Ready Steady Go!

INTRODUCTION (I’m Crying)

THE BEACH BOYS I Get Around, chat to Keith Fordyce, When I Grow Up To Be A Man (6 November 1964(

SANDIE SHAW chat to Keith Fordyce, Girl Don’t Come (27 November 1964)

THE SEARCHERS What Have They Done To The Rain? (27 November 1964)

Patrick Kerr dances to THE NEWBEATS Bread And Butter

THE ROLLING STONES chat to Keith Fordyce, Little Red Rooster (20 November 1964)

THE BEATLES George chats to Cathy McGowan, Can’t Buy Me Love (20 March 1964)

C4 Saturday Zoo

Del Amitri - Cindy Incidentally, The Boys Are Back In Town

TVS Tommy 1975 movie with The Who etc


Sunday 31st January 1993

BBC2 Later With Jools Holland

Morrissey

Tori Amos

Matthew Sweet

Sony Landreth

Loyko

C4 American Football: Superbowl XXVII

Michael Jackson at half-time

Garth Brooks


Monday 1st February 1993

BBC1 Pebble Mill

Billy Ocean

ITV The Beat

The Hothouse Flowers, Teenage Fanclub, St Etienne, 808 State


Tuesday 2nd February 1993

C4 Sing Loud Play Strong

Aboriginal rock festival in Darwin

BBC1 Omnibus: Cracked Actor (repeat)

David Bowie documentary

BBC1 News

Report on Rolf Harris' recording of Stairway To Heaven


Wednesday 3rd February 1993

Central This Is Your Life: Frank Bruno

Phil Collins


Thursday 4th February 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Mark Franklin

M People - How Can I Love You More

Duran Duran - Ordinary World

The Beloved - Sweet Harmony

Rapnation with Kim Mazelle - Love Me The Right Way

Glow Worm 0 I Lift My Cup

Sting - If I Should Lose My Faith (live vocals)

Promo clips - Def Leppard (and chart run down), Ultravox, Tom Jones, Extreme

Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You number one (promo clip)

BBC2 The Late Show

Gary Clark

BBC1 Pebble Mill

Midge Ure - Vienna


Friday 5th February 1993

C4 The Word

Rage Against The Machine

Oui 3 - For What It's Worth

BBC1 Entertainment Express

Duran Duran - interview

Madonna - interview

70s article with Mungo Jerry, Showaddywaddy, Suzi Quatro

BBC1 Terry Wogan's Friday Night

Suzi Boggus


Saturday 6th February 1993

BBC2 Sounds Of The Seventies - cancelled -

BBC1 Going Live

Sting

C4 Saturday Zoo

Lenny Kravitz - Are You Going My Way

C4 Ready Steady Go! 6 February 1993

INTRODUCTION (Hubble Bubble)

THE BEATLES I Feel Fine (27th November 1964)

Mime Time with PAUL McCARTNEY (4th October 1963)

THE FOUR PENNIES Juliet (1st May 1964)

Audience dances to CHUCK BERRY

FREDDIE & THE DREAMERS I Love You Baby, chat to Keith Fordyce (1st May 1964)

THE FOURMOST Baby I Need Your Loving (6th November 1964)

GERRY & THE PACEMAKERS Why Oh Why (11th December 1964)

GERRY & THE PACEMAKERS My Babe (11th December 1964)

Meridian The Concrete Cowboys 1979 TV movie with Jerry Reed, Roy Acuff


Sunday 7th February 1993

C4 The Pirates of Penzance 1983 movie with Linda Ronstadt

BBC1 This Country's Rockin' (postponed from 20th January 1993)

The Stray Cats, Ted Nugent, Etta James, Carl Perkins

BBC2 Later With Jools Holland

Television

John Cale

DC Basshead

Mary Coughlan

LWT The South Bank Show: Annie Leibowitz

Mick Jagger

C4 The Last Emperor 1987 movie with Ryurichi Sakamoto


Monday 8th February 1993

Meridian The Beat

Stereo MCs and others


Tuesday 9th February 1993

BBC1 Hangar 17

Dina Carroll

Love Love

BBC2 Labyrinth 1987 movie with David Bowie

C4 The Jools Holland Big Band Inside 60 minutes

Live at Downview Prison, Surrey


Wednesday 10th February 1993

BBC1 Pebble Mill

Leo Sayer

C4 My Boyfriend's Back TV movie with Mary Wells, Gary Puckett etc (repeat)

C4 Damned In The USA (revised repeat)

Lou Reed - Walk On The Wild Side (with revised lyrics to take account of situation regarding contentious lyrics in songs)


Thursday 11th February 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Tony Dortie

St Etienne - You're In A Bad Way

East 17 - Deep (live vocals)

Thunder - A Better Man (live vocals)

Rolf Harris - Stairway To Heaven

Charles and Eddie - NYC

Promo clips - Annie Lennox (and chart run down), Deacon Blue, Poison, Jon Secada, Sting

2 Unlimited - No Limits number one


Friday 12th February 1993

Meridian Dracula AD 1972 1972 movie with Stoneground

C4 The Word

Tasmin Archer

Huggy Bear

Living Colour

Henry Rollins

BBC1 Entertainment USA

Mick Jagger - interview and live in USA

Harry Connick Jr - Gun public service announcement


Saturday 13th February 1993

BBC1 Going Live

Take That

C4 Saturday Zoo

The B52s - Hot Pants, Love Shack

k d lang - Constant Craving

BBC2 Sounds of Love 45 minutes

Introduced by Barry White

The Supremes - Where Did Our Love Go (The TAMI Show)

Elvis Presley - Love Me (USA TV)

Pasty Cline - Crazy (USA TV)

Dusty Springfield - If You Go Away (Dusty BBC)

Nat King Cole - Unforgettable (unknown TV)

Aretha Franklin - It's In His Kiss (USA TV)

Sonny & Cher - I Got You Babe (USA TV)

Otis Redding - I've Been Loving You Too Long (Monterey Pop)

Carpenters - Superstar (TV)

Roy Orbison - Crying (TV)

Sam Cooke - You Send Me (USA TV)

Plus clips of Sinead O'Connor, Simply Red, Barry Manilow, Sammy Davis Jr, Lisa Stansfield & Barry White

BBC2 Straight Through The Heart

with Sam Brown, Ruby Turner

Meridian The Big E

Chrissie Hynde

C4 Live From The Windmill Theatre

with Cher - Valentine message


Sunday 14th February 1993

C4 Barry White and the Love Unlimited Orchestra 45 minutes

Live in Paris 1987


Monday 15th February 1993

BBC2 The Michael Jackson Interview 70 minutes

Interviewed by Oprah Winfrey

Meridian The Beat

Hothouse Flowers, Del Amitri, Pulp


Tuesday 16th February 1993

BBC1 Hangar 17

Take That

BBC2 40 Minutes: Sanctuary

Music by Van Morrison

C4 Showtime at the Apollo (repeat)

Nona Hendryx, Regina Bell, Natalie Cole


Wednesday 17th February 1993

Carlton The Brit Awards 8.30 - 10.00 pm

Alexandra Palace, London 16th February 1993

Hosted by Richard O'Brien

Madness - Night Boat To Cairo

Group - Simply Red Presented by Reeves and Mortimer

Newcomer Tasmin Archer Presented by Lenny Kravitz

Tasmin Archer - Sleeping Satellite

Video Shakespear's Sister Presented by Naomi Campbell

Single Take That (in New York) Presented by a couple of DJs

Classical Nigel Kennedy Presented by Meat Loaf

Peter Gabriel - Steam

Annie Lennox (on film) Presented by Lulu

Soundtrack Wayne's World Presented by Roger Taylor of Queen

Suede - Animal Nitrate

International Goup REM Presented by Chrissie Hynde

Album Annie Lennox (on film) Presented by Ruby Wax

Male Mick Hucknall Presented by Lisa Stansfield

Simply Red - Wonderland

International Newcomer Nirvana (not there) Presented by Smash & Nicey

Producer Peter Gabriel Presented by Paul Young

International Solo Artist Prince (accepted by Cher) Presented by Kylie Minogue

k d lang & Andy Bell - Enough Is Enough

Live U2 Presented by Billy Bragg

Outstanding Contribution Rod Stewart Presented by John Baldry

Rod Stewart - Ruby Tuesday

Rod Stewart with Ian McLagan, Ronnie Wood, Kenney Jones, Bill Wyman - Stay With Me


Thursday 18th February 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Mark Franklin

Take That and Sting introduce the show from New York

Stereo MCs - Ground Level (live vocals)

Lenny Kravitz - Are You Gonna Go My Way (live vocals)

Sting - If I Should Ever Lose My Faith (in New York)

Take That - Why Can't I Wake Up (in New York)

Paul McCartney - C'Mon People (live vocals)

Promo clips - Whitney Houston (and chart run down), REM, Metallica, Rod Stewart

2 Unlimited - No Limits number one (promo clip)

BBC1 Pebble Mill

k d lang

C4 Gamesmaster

East 17


Friday 19th February 1993

C4 Showtime at the Apollo

Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam

C4 The Word

Marci Detroit

Kinky Machine

E Spiritu

Marksman


Saturday 20th February 1993

BBC2 The Sounds Of The Seventies

4: Free To Be Me

FREE All Right Now (Top Of The Pops 4 June 1970)

DEEP PURPLE Black Night (Top Of The Pops 10 September 1970)

JETHRO TULL The Witch’s Promise (Top Of The Pops 22 January 1970)

YES Yours Is No Disgrace (Sounding Out 10 January 1972)

FOCUS Sylvia (OGWT 12 December 1972)

CAPTAIN BEEFHEART Upon The Me O My (OGWT 18 June 1974)

SENSATIONAL ALEX HARVEY BAND Delilah (OGWT 30 May 1975)

DR FEELGOOD Roxette (OGWT 14 March 1975)

C4 Ready Steady Go!

INTRODUCTION (Land Of 1000 Dances)

GEORGIE FAME & THE BLUE FLAMES Monkeying Around (11th December 1964)

LULU I Can’t Hear You No More

THEM Baby Please Don’t Go (20th November 1964)

PJ PROBY chat to Keith Fordyce

THE ROLLING STONES Under My Thumb (7th October 1966)

JERRY LEE LEWIS Hi Heel Sneakers (20th November 1964)

JERRY LEE LEWIS Whole Lotta Shakin’ (20th November 1964)

BBC1 Noel's House Party

with Meat Loaf

C4 Saturday Zoo

Mica Paris, Stereo MCs

BBC1 Going Live

Right Said Fred


Sunday 21st February 1993

BBC2 The O Zone

Take That, Midge Ure, Charles & Eddie


Monday 22nd February 1993

C4 The Late Late Show

John Otway - Two Little Boys

BBC1 Pebble Mill

Kris Kristofferson

C4 Brown Sugar (first of three repeats)

Meridian The Beat

Little Angels, Stereo MCs, Naked Truth etc


Tuesday 23rd February 1993

BBC1 Pebble Mill

Charles & Eddie - NYC, Would I Lie To You

C4 Showtime at the Apollo

Terence Trent D'Arby

BBC2 The Late Show: No Nirvana 50 minutes

Clips from The Late Show

Pearl Jam - Alive

Belly - Gepetto

Jane's Addiction - Been Caught Stealing

Dinosaur Jr - Get Me

Sonic Youth - Drunken Butterfly

REM - Half A World Away

Screaming Trees - Dollar Bill

Sugar - Helpless

Rage Agaisnt The Machine - Bullet In The Head

Smashing Pumpkins - Rhinoceros


Wednesday 24th February 1993

C4 Sesame Street

Four Tops

Meridian Paul McCartney - The Making Of C'Mon People

BBC1 Pebble Mill

The Christians - two songs

BBC2 Mr Wroe's Virgins (first episode of four)

Music by Roger and Brian Eno


Thursday 25th February 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Tony Dortie

Bizarre Inc - Took My Love

Annie Lennox - Love Song To A Vampire

Dina Carroll - This Time

Shaggy - Oh Carolina

Tasmin Archer - In Your Care (live vocals)

Bryan Ferry - I Put A Spell On You (live vocals)

Promo clips - Michael Jackson (and chart run down)

2 Unlimited - No Limits number one

ITN News

Eric Clapton  at the Grammy's with Michael Jackson


Friday 26th February 1993

C4 Sesame Street

Billy Joel

Meridian Jimi Hendrix at Berkeley 55 minutes

BBC1 Entertainment Express

The Grammy's - Peter Gabriel, Little Richard, Michael Jackson, Eric Clapton


Saturday 27th February 1993

BBC1 Going Live

Charles & Eddie

BBC2 The Sounds Of The Seventies

5: The Days I Knew Then

CARPENTERS Close To You (In Concert 6 November 1971)

ABBA Waterloo (Top Of The Pops 11 April 1974)

SPARKS This Town Ain’t Big Enough (Top Of The Pops poss 9 May 1974)

COCKNEY REBEL Make Me Smile (Top Of The Pops 25 December 1975)

DAVID ESSEX Gonna Make You A Star (In Concert 18 January 1975)

10CC I’m Not In Love (Top Of The Pops 25 December 1975)

WINGS Mull Of Kintyre (The Mike Yarwood Show 25 December 1977)

KATE BUSH interviewed by Michael Aspel (Ask Aspel 5 September 1978)

KATE BUSH Wuthering Heights (Top Of The Pops 16 February 1978)

BONEY M Rasputin (Top Of The Pops 26 October 1978)

C4 Ready Steady Go!

INTRODUCTION

THE MOODY BLUES Lose Your Money

GENE PITNEY & DUSTY SPRINGFIELD contest result (6th November 1964)

DUSTY SPRINGFIELD Losing You (6th November 1964)

GENE PITNEY I’m Gonna Be Strong(6th November 1964)

Patrick Kerr dances to SUGAR PIE DESANTO

THE ROLLING STONES etc mime to I Got You Babe (3rd September 1965)

THE WHO Anyway Anyhow Anywhere (2nd July 1965)

THE ROLLING STONES Satisfaction (3rd September 1965)

C4 Saturday Zoo

P M Dawn

Meridian Beatles Double Bill

Help, A Hard Day's Night


Monday 1st March 1993

BBC1 Pebble Mill

BBC2 Pebble Mill

The Hollies - not on -

Hue & Cry - two songs

Meridian The Beat

Mica Paris, Deacon Blue, Public Enemy

C4 Brown Sugar (repeat)

The Depression Years: Ella Fitzgerald etc


Tuesday 2nd March 1993

BBC1 Hangar 17

Sybil

C4 Without Walls: The Art of Tripping

Music by David Gilmour

4 Sesame Stree

Randy Travis


Wednesday 3rd March 1993

BBC1 Pebble Mill

Joe Brown

C4 Sesame Street

En Vogue

BBC1 Smokey Robinson in Concert (repeat)

Live at the Stars Desert Inn, Las Vegas


Thursday 4th March 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Mark Franklin

Right Said Fred - Stick It Out

Marxman - All About Eve (live vocals)

Suede's Brett Anderson - greetings in studio, Suede - Animal Nitrate (promo clip)

k d lang - Constant Craving (in Hawaii)

Runrig - Wonderful

Diana Ross - Heart (Don't Change My Mind) (live vocals)

Promo clips - Lenny Kravitz (and chart run down), Rage Against The Machine, Bryan Ferry, The Jesus Lizard, Madonna

2 Unlimited - No Limits number one (promo clip)


Friday 5th March 1993

C4 Sesame Street

Patti LaBelle

Meridian Cue The Music

Roy Ayres

C4 The Word

Ice?-T

Monie Love

Lynch Mob

Jamiroquai

BBC1 Terry Wogan's Friday Night

Diana Ross - Heart

BBC1 Entertainment USA

Diana Ross - interview


Saturday 6 March 1993

BBC1 Going Live

P M Dawn

Ugly Kid Joe

C4 Saturday Zoo

Paul Weller - A Town Called Malice, plus one

Candy Dulfer & the House band

BBC2 The Sounds Of The Seventies

6: Long Ago And Far Away

CAROLE KING Natural Woman (In Concert 2 October 1971)

JAMES TAYLOR Fire And Rain (In Concert 16 November 1970)

NEIL YOUNG Heart Of Gold (In Concert 26 April 1971)

RANDY NEWMAN Political Science (OGWT 1972)

DON McLEAN Vincent (Sounds For Saturday 29 July 1972)

PAUL SIMON Interview, American Song (Parkinson 1975)

JANIS IAN At Seventeen (OGWT 1976)

JOAN ARMATRADING Love And Affection (Sight & Sound In Concert 12 November 1977)

C4 Ready Steady Go!

Intro (Manfred Mann: Got My Mojo Working)

CILLA BLACK You’re My World (1 May 1964)

CILLA BLACK Interview (1 May 1964)

THE ROLLING STONES Off The Hook (20 November 1964)

THE BEATLES Judge fans artwork (20 March 1964)

RINGO STARR Chats to Cathy McGowan (20 March 1964)

PATRICK KERR Dances to Ike & Tina Turner

AUDIENCE Dances to Chuck Berry

MARVIN GAYE How Sweet It Is (20 November 1964)

THE BEATLES You Can’t Do That (20 March 1964)

KEITH FORDYCE Gets interrupted by Mal Evans (20 March 1964)

THE BEATLES Please Mister Postman (20 March 1964)


Sunday 7th March 1993

BBC2 The O Zone

Diana Ross

ITV The Disney Club

The Beloved

BBC2 Did You See?

Pat Kane (Hue & Cry)


Monday 8th March 1993

C4 Sesame Street

James Taylor

BBC2 Hearts Of Fire movie with Bob Dylan, Ian Dury, Richie Havens, Ronnie Wood

ITV The Beat

Suede, Vegas, EFUA, The Auters, Smashing Pumpkins

C4 Brown Sugar (repeat)

Lena Horne, Eartha Kitt, Pearl Bailey, Sarah Vaughan


Wednesday 10th March 1993

BBC2 The Late Show

Tom Waits in Alice in Wonderland


Thursday 11th March 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Tony Dortie

Sister Sledge - Lost In Music '93

Shaggy - Oh Carolina (live vocals)

Shabba Ranks - Mister Loverman (in New York live vocals)

Bryan Ferry - Put A Spell On You (live vocals)

Jamiroquai - Too Young To Die (live vocals)

P M Dawn - Looking Through Patient Eyes (in New York live vocals)

Cliff Richard - Peace In Our Time (live vocals)

Promo clips - Iron Maiden (and chart run down)

2 Unlimited - No Limits number one (promo clip)

BBC2 The Late Show

Frank Zappa special with an interview recorded January 1993


Friday 12th March 1993

BBC1 Pebble Mill

Right Said Fed

ITV Cue The Music

The Damned

C4 Showtime at the Apollo (repeat)

Taylor Dayne

C4 The Word

Aerial

Stone Temple Pilots

BBC1 Comic Relief 93

Phil Collins in Casualty sketch

Lisa Stansfield in 15 to 1

Right Said Fred


Saturday 13th March 1993

BBC1 Noel's House Party

Cliff Richard

BBC2 The Sounds Of The Seventies 7

7: Comin’ On Home To You

THE EAGLES Take It Easy (In Concert 5 April 1973)

HALL AND OATES She’s Gone (OGWT 18 May 1976)

LITTLE FEAT Fat Man In The Bathtub (OGWT 17 January 1975)

LYNYRD SKYNYRD Sweet Home Alabama (OGWT In Concert 11 November 1975)

PETER FRAMPTON Show Me The Way (OGWT 26 October 1976)

ERIC CLAPTON I Shot The Sheriff (OGWT 7 June 1977)

THE FABULOUS BINGO BROTHERS Once We Had A Donkey (Rutland Weekend TV)

DIRE STRAITS Sultans Of Swing (Old Grey Whistle Test 16 May 1978)

C4 Ready Steady Go!

Intro (5-4-3-2-1)

GERRY & THE PACEMAKERS It’s Gonna Be Alright

PATRICK KERR & THERESA CUMFREY Dance to The Orchids

DUSTY SPRINGFIELD Every Day I Have To Cry Some (20 March 1964)

AUDIENCE Dances to Rick Nelson

AUDIENCE Dances to The Jaynettes

DUSTY SPRINGFIELD Chats to RINGO STARR (4 October 1963)

SIMON SCOTT My Baby’s Got Soul (20 November 1964)

KENNY LYNCH My Own Two Feet

DUSTY SPRINGFIELD Chats to THE BEATLES (4 October 1963)

THE BEATLES She Loves You (4 October 1963)

KEITH FORDYCE Questions THE BEATLES (4 October 1963)

C4 Saturday Zoo

Vegas (Terry Hall and Dave Stewart)


Sunday 14th March 1993

C4 The Krays 1990 movie with Martin & Gary Kemp

ITV / C4 Walker's Crisps advert with Jools Holland


Monday 15th March 1993

C4 Sesame Street

Smokey Robinson

BBC2 The Shamen: Excess Is Not Enough

ITV The Beat

Mica Paris, Cud, Machine, Public Enemy

C4 Brown Sugar: The Reckless 60s to the Present (repeat)

The Shirelles, The Crystals, Martha & The Vandellas, Aretha Franklin


Wednesday 17th March 1993

BBC2 Short Circuit (schools' programmes)

with Soul II Soul


Thursday 18th March 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Mark Franklin

Hue and Cry - Labour Of Love

Snow - Informer

Therapy? - Screamager

Big Country - Alone

The Grid - Crystal Clear

Monie Love - Born 2 Breed

Promo clips - Right Said Fred (and chart run down), Hot Chocolate, Alice In Chains, Sybil, Ugly Kid Joe

Shaggy - Oh Carolina number one


Friday 19th March 1993

1 Pebble Mill

Chris Isaak

BBC1 Dillinger 1973 movie with Michelle Phillips

ITV Cue The Music

The Everly Brothers

C4 The Word

East 17

Back To The Planet

Freaky Realist

Adam Ant

C4 Showtime at the Apollo (repeat)

Terence Trent D'Arby, Melba Moore, Michael Bolton

BBC1 Entertainment USA

Cliff Richard, Depeche Mode


Saturday 20 March 1993

BBC2 The Sounds Of The Seventies 8

8: Smash It Up

THE CLASH news article

THE CLASH clip (Where Have All The Flowers Gone? 22 January 1978)

THE CLASH Tommy Gun (Something Else 11 March 1978)

THE BUZZCOCKS 16 Again (OGWT 14 November 1978)

X-RAY SPEX Artificial (OGWT 5 December 1978)

THE DAMNED Smash It Up (OGWT 6 November 1979)

THE STRANGLERS Hanging Around, walk off stage (Rock Goes To College 1978)

THE JAM Eton Rifles (Something Else 15 September 1979)

SIOUXSIE AND THE BANSHEES Love In A Void (Something Else 3 November 1979)

THE UNDERTONES Jimmy, Jimmy (OGWT 6 March 1979)

MAGAZINE ? (OGWT 19 September 1978)

TONY WILSON Talks about Joy Division to Paul Burnett (Something Else 15 September 1979)

JOY DIVISION Transmission (Something Else 15 September 1979)

C4 Ready Steady Go!

Intro (Hubble Bubble)

THE ISLEY BROTHERS Stagger Lee (27 November 1964)

MARTHA REEVES Chats to Keith Fordyce

MARTHA & THE VANDELLAS Heat Wave

MARVIN GAYE Can I Get A Witness (20 November 1964)

THE BEATLES Chat to Keith Fordyce (27 November 1964)

KIM WESTON A Little More Love (27 November 1964)

THE BEATLES Baby’s In Black (27 November 1964)

THE BEATLES Chat to Keith Fordyce (27 November 1964)

THE BEATLES Kansas City (27 November 1964)

C4 Saturday Zoo

Chris Isaak

BBC2 Bore Of The Year Awards

with Mike Oldfield

ITV Give My Regards To Broad Street 1984 movie with Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr


Sunday 21st March 1993

LWT Aspel and Company

Gloria Estefan

BBC1 The BAFTA Awards

Jeff Beck


Monday 22nd March 1993

BBC1 Pebble Mill

Chris Isaak

C4 Sesame Street

Take 6

BBC2 Annie Lennox Diva (repeat)

ITV The Beat

Vegas, Jamiroquai, EFUA, Verve

C4 The Story of Rod Stewart (repeat)


Tuesday 23rd March 1993

C4 Sesame Street

Johnny Cash

C4 Eerie Indiana (first episode)

Music by Dean Friedman


Wednesday 24th March 1993

BBC1 Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons In Concert (repeat)


Thursday 25th March 1993

BBC1 Pebble Mill

Jools Holland

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Tony Dortie

Sybill - When I'm Good and Ready

The Bluebells - Young At Heart (the band had reformed especially for Top Of The Pops thinking it was a one-off, it wasn't)

Jade - Don't Walk Away

Robin S - Show Me Love

Cliff Richard - Peace In Our Time

Lulu & Bobby Womack - I'm Back For More

Promo clips Shabba Ranks (and chart run down), Bananarama, Sunscreem, David Bowie

Shaggy - Oh Carolina number one

BBC2 The Late Show

The Kinks


Friday 26th March 1993

BBC1 Entertainment Express

Barry Manilow, Joan Baez, U2 bootlegs article with Paul McGuinness

C4 The Word

Hole

Sub Sub


Saturday 27th March 1993

BBC2 The Sounds Of The Seventies

9: The Boy Looked At Johnny

THE TUBES Intro (Arena 24 May 1978)

ALICE COOPER Under My Wheels (OGWT 9 November 1971)

NEW YORK DOLLS Jet Boy (OGWT 27 November 1973)

PATTI SMITH Interview, Horses (OGWT 11 May 1976)

IGGY POP Bored (OGWT 24 April 1979)

THE RAMONES Don’t Come Close (OGWT 3 January 1978)

BLONDIE Presence Dear (OGWT 7 March 1978)

TALKING HEADS Psycho Killer (OGWT 31 January 1978)

TOM PETTY & THE HEARTBREAKERS Listen To Her Heart (OGWT 10 May 1977)

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN Rosalita (OGWT film clip 27 March 1979)

C4 Ready Steady Go!

Intro (Animals I’m Crying)

BILLY J KRAMER AND THE DAKOTAS Tennessee Waltz

BILLY FURY I Will (1st May, 1964)

THE SEARCHERS This Feeling Inside (18 December, 1964)

BOBBY VEE Buddy’s Song, interview with Keith Fordyce (25th March, 1964)

MARK WYNTER Love Hurts (28 August, 1964)

THE BEATLES talk to Dusty Springfield (4th October, 1963)

THE BEATLES I’ll Get You (4th October, 1963)

C4 Saturday Zoo

Dexy's Midnight Runners - Manhood, If I Ever

BBC1 Going Live

Gloria Estefan

BBC1 Harlem Nights 1989 movie with Della Reese


Sunday 28th March 1993

ITV The Disney Club

Betty Boo

LWT Aspel and Company

Peter Gabriel - interview, Blood of Eden

BBC2 The O Zone

Gloria Estefan

Arrestd Development


Monday 29th March 1993

C4 New Kids On The Block animated series (repeat)

C4 Sesame Street

Waylon Jennings

BBC2 Take That Away 30 minutes

Take That

Meridian The Beat

Suede, Deacon Blue, Mica Paris, Bjorn Again

C4 The Story of James Brown 60 minutes


Tuesday 30th March 1993

BBC1 Pebble Mill

David Essex


Wednesday 31st March 1993

ITV Linda McCartney vegetarian foods advert


Thursday 1st April 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Mark Franklin

Cappella - U Got 2 Know

Mica Paris - I Never Felt Like This Before

Sunscreem - greeting in studio, Pressure (promo clip)

Bruce Springsteen - Lucky Town (live in Glasgow 31st March 1993)

Barry Manilow - Copacabana

Promo clips - Madonna (and chart run down), Bill Tarmey, Arrested Development, W W F Superstars, Gloria Estefan

The Bluebells - Young At Heart number one

C4 The Hollies The Air That I Breathe advert

features home movie footage of the band

BBC2 The Late Show

The Auters


Friday 2nd April 1993

BBC2 Pebble Mill

Mica Paris

C4 Sesame Street

Randy Travis

C4 The Word

compilation show

C4 Showtime at the Apollo (repeat)

James Brown

BBC1 Entertainment Express

The Oscars with Elton John

The Prince's Trust show with Phil Collins


Saturday 3rd April 1993

BBC1 Going Live

East 17

Meridian What's Up Doc

Betty Boo

Meridian Uphill All The Way 1985 movie with Mel Tillis, Roy Clark, Glen Campbell

BBC2 The Sounds Of The Seventies

10: Shut Up, Listen And Dance

IAN DURY AND THE BLOCKHEADS Sex And Drugs And Rock And Roll (Sight & Sound In Concert 10 December 1977)

THE POLICE Message In A Bottle (Rock Goes To College 24 February 1978)

THE BOOMTOWN RATS Rat Trap (Top Of The Pops 1978)

ELVIS COSTELLO Oliver’s Army (Top Of The Pops 8 February 1979)

SIMPLE MINDS Chelsea Girl (OGWT 27 March 1979)

KRAFTWERK article (Tomorrow’s World 1975)

HUMAN LEAGUE Path Of Least Resistance (Mainstream 1979)

THE SPECIALS Too Much Too Young (OGWT 2 October 1979)

MADNESS Night Boat To Cairo (OGWT 11 December 1979)

C4 Ready Steady Go!

Intro (Land of 1000 Dances)

THE WHO Shout And Shimmy (21 May, 1965)

THE ROLLING STONES I Am Waiting (7 October, 1966)

RUFUS THOMAS Jump Back (11 December, 1964)

DICK AND DEE DEE Thou Shalt Not Steal (11 December, 1964)

THE ISLEY BROTHERS The Last Girl  (27 November, 1964)

DUSTY SPRINGFIELD Can I Get A Witness

THE BEATLES chat to Keith Fordyce (27 November, 1964)

THE BEATLES She’s A Woman (27 November, 1964)

C4 Saturday Zoo

Suzanne Vega - When Heroes Go Down

World Party - Is It Today


Sunday 4th April 1993

BBC2 Eddie Reader

LWT Aspel and Company

Harry Connick Jr


Monday 5th April 1993

BBC1 Rock Bottom (repeat of 31st August 1992)

BBC2 The Late Show

Suzanne Vega

BBC2 Channel 8 (first edition)

Stars are given cam corders and made their own video diaries

Ice Cube, Belly, Jamiroquai, Monie Love, East 17 etc

Meridian The Beat

The James Taylor Quartet, The Frank and Waters


Tuesday 6th April 1993

BBC1 Pebble Mill

Betty Boo

C4 The Oprah Winfrey Show

Cher

BBC1 This Is Michael Bolton 50 minutes

Live in concert


Thursday 8th April 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Tony Dortie

Sub Sub featuring Melanie Williams - Ain't No Love

Jade - Don't Walk Away

David Essex - Here Comes The Night

Robin S - Show Me Love

The Beloved - You Got Me Thinkin'

New Order - Respect (live in Los Angeles on the set of Baywatch with members of the cast)

Promo clips - Sybil (and chart run down), Dr Alban, Barry Manilow, Aerosmith, Duran Duran

The Bluebells - Young At Heart number one (promo clips)

Carlton Raw Soup

Blue, London Posse

C4 Harry Enfield's Guide to Opera

woth Elvis Costello, Stewart Copeland's Horse Opera


Friday 9th April 1993 Good Friday

BBC2 Smash Hits Pollwinners Party (repeat)

C4 Take That And Party 80 minutes

Live and interviewed in Japan

Meridian Cue The Music

Bobby Womack

BBC2 Stingray: Titan Goes Pop (repeat 1964)


Saturday 10th April 1993

BBC1 Jim'll Fix It (first of 19th series)

East 17

C4 Saturday Zoo

Boy George, London Community Gospel Choir

C4 Ready Steady Go!

OTIS REDDING

Including CHRIS FARLOWE ERIC BURDON THE BAR KEYS


Sunday 11th April 1993 Easter Sunday

ITV The Disney Club

Let Loose

C4 Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure 1987 movie with Jan Weidlin

BBC2 The O Zone

Take That in Japan


Monday 12th April 1993 Bank Holiday

BBC1 The O Zone Special 15 minutes

Take That in Israel

BBC2 The Power of Music (repeat)

Special with Paul McCartney

BBC1 Paul McCartney Up Close 70 minutes

Live at The Ed Sullivan Theatre, New York

BBC2 Acoustic Routes 70 minutes

Bert Jansch special with Billy Connolly, Albert Lee, Brownie McGhee, Al Stewart (Meeting Point clip from 1965)

BBC2 The Juliet Letters (repeat)

Elvis Costello & The Brodski Quartet

Meridian The Beat

The Spin Doctors, Gallon Drunk, EFUA, Stone Temple Pilots, Marxman, Pavement

C4 Rock Steady Special 35 minutes

k d lang live in Cork 22nd May 1990

ITV The Hypnotic World of Paul McKenna 60 minutes

Gloria Estefan, Bobby Womack & Lulu


Tuesday 13th April 1993

C4 The Oprah Winfrey Show

Kris Kross, Marky Mark, TLC

C4 Little Rosey 1990 cartoon series

Theme by Ronnie Spector


Wednesday 14th April 1993

C4 Viva Cabaret (first in series) 50 minutes

Tom Jones

ITV/C4 Radox Herbal Bath advert with Barry White voice-over


Thursday 15th April 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Mark Franklin

East 17 - Slow It Down

Dr Alban - Sing Hallelujah

Cappella - U Got " Know

Terence Trent D'Arby - Do You Love Me (live vocals)

Sonia - Better The Devil You Know

World Party - is It Like Today (live vocals)

Janet Jackson - greeting

Promo clips - Duran Duran (and chart run down), REM, Rod Stewart, The Prodigy, New Order

The Bluebells - Young At Heart number one (live vocals - The Bluebells Disco version)

C4 Elvis '56 (repeat)

Elvis Presley documentary


Friday 16th April 1993

BBC1 The Rock N Roll Years 1856 (repeat)

Meridian Cue The Music

Saxon


Saturday 17th April 1993

BBC1 Going Live (The last show)

It lasted six series with 179 shows

BBC2 Arena: Tales Of Rock N Roll - Peggy Sue

Peggy Sue Rackham, Jerry Allison, Donna Fox (aka Donna from the Ritchie Valens song)


Sunday 18th April 1993

BBC2 The O Zone

Little Angels, Chesney Hawkes

BBC2 Arena: Not A Bad Girl 75 minutes

Documentary about South African singer Brenda Fassie

C4 Movin' On 8.00 - 9.00 pm

Paul McCartney documentary about touring


Monday 19th April 1993

BBC1 Bruce's Guest Night (first of second series)

Everything But The Girl - not on -

Meridian The Beat

Blur, Marxman, The James Taylor Quartet, World Party, No Man, Evan Dando, Adorable, Spooky

BBC2 Standing Room Only (first in series)

Incidental music by UB40


Wedneday 21st April 1993

ITN News

Beatles auction items at Phillips

BBC2 Deacon Blue From Raintown To Your Town 30 minutes

Central This Is Your Life: George Melly

with Derek Taylor


Thursday 22nd April 1993

C4 The Oprah Winfrey Show

L L Cool J

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Tony Dortie

Voice of the Beehive & Jimmy Sommerville - Gimme Shelter

New Order - Regret

Silk - Freak Me (in New York)

Sub Sub featuring Melanie Williams - Ain't No Love

Deacon Blue - Only Tender Love

Janet Jackson - That's The Way Love Goes

Promo clips - Whitney Houston (and chart run down), Midnight Oil, Dance 2 Trance, Sting, D Ream

The Bluebells - Young At Heart number one (The Bluebells Club version)

C4 The Jazz Package (first edition of ten) 35 minutes

Clips of 1930s and 1940s jazz - Albert Ammons, Louis Jordan & His Tampani Five, The Duke Ellington Orchestra, Louis Armstrong etc


Friday 23rd April 1993

BBC1 The Rock N Roll Years 1957


Saturday 24th April 1993

BBC1 Bruce Springsteen Plugged 90 minutes

BBC2 Arena: Tales Of Rock N Roll - Heartbreak Hotel

Elvis Presley clips from Stage Show


Sunday 25th April 1993

ITV The Disney Club

Beijing Spring

C4 California Dreams

First in thirteen part drama series about a fictional band called California Dreams

C4 The Next Big Thing

First of twelve shows following real UK rock bands, with the first eight shows following FMB, a band from Stoke Newington in London

BBC2 L A Stories: Eye Of The Storm

Video diary with Michael Jackson at Presidential inaugural ball


Monday 26th April 1993

C4 Sesame Street (repeat)

Paul Simon

ITV The Beat

Shades of Rhythm, The Frank and Walters, Aztec Camera, God Machine, No Man

BBC1 Bruce's Guest Night

Everything But The Girl - The Only Living Boy


Tuesday 27th April 1993

C4 Dream On (repeat of first show with David Bowie)

BBC2 Birds Of Paradise

Carla Bley rehearsing her new big band


Wednesday 28th April 1993

C4 Viva Cabaret!

Terence Trent D'Arby


Thursday 29th April 1993

Granada This Morning

Peter Noone

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Mark Franklin

D Ream - U R The Best Thing

SWV - I'm So Into You

Dance 2 Trance - Power of American Natives

Inner Circle - Sweat

Robert Plant - 29 Palms

Sonia - Better The Devil You Know

Promo clips - REM (and chart run down), Big Country, Blur, P J Harvey

George Michael & Queen - Somebody To Love number one (promo clip)

C4 True Stories: Blast 'Em 90 minutes

Documentary about paparazzi with Yoko Ono, David Bowie, George Clinton

C4 The Jazz Package

contents unknown


Friday 30th April 1993

BBC2 Scene: Buddy (first of five episodes) (repeat)

with Roger Daltrey

BBC1 The Rock N Roll Years 1958 (repeat)

BBC1 News

Report on launch of Virgin 1215, Britain's first national commercial radio station


Saturday 1st May 1993

BBC1 Parallel 9

Louie Louie

BBC2 Arena: tales of Rock N Roll - Walk On The Wild Side


Sunday 2th May 1993

ITV The Disney Club

The Firebirds, 2 Unlimited

Meridian Live From London

Climax Blues Band at the Marquee, London

C4 The Next Big Thing

FMB


Monday 3rd May 1993 Bank Holiday

BBC1 The Children's Royal Variety Performance

That That

BBC1 Barry Manilow The Best Of Me

Live at Wembley Arena

BBC2 Great Balls of Fire 1989 movie about Jerry Lee Lewis

Meridian The Beat

St Etienne, Thousand Yeard Stare, D Ream, God Machine, Sub Sub, The Spin Doctors, Silverfish, Gallon Drunk

C4 Wet Wet Wet Live at the Royal Albert Hall

BBC2 The Comic Strip - The Red Nose of Courage with Jeff Beck (repeat)


Tuesday 4th May 1993

C4 Without Walls: Souled Out

Journalist Tony Parsons makes the argument that pop music is dead with Boy George, Neil Tennant, Bjorn Again, Edwin Starr

C4 Dream On (repeat of second show with David Bowie)

C4 Deep Blues (repeat)

with Dave Stewart

BBC1 Top Gear

Adam faith talks about the E Type Jaguar


Wednesday 5th May 1993

C4 Viva Cabaret

Jools Holland, Marc Almond

BBC2 Richard Eyre Season: Just A Boy's Game (repeat 1979)

with Frankie Millar as Jake McQuillen

Theme by The Cuban Heels


Thursday 6th May 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Tony Dortie

2 Unlimited - Tribal Dance

The Utah Saints - Believe In Me

Ace of Base - All That She Wants

Kingmaker - Ten Years Asleep

Elton John - Simple Life (live in Atlanta)

Promo clips - Janet Jackson (and chart run down), Sounds of Blackness, Depeche Mode, Rage Against The Machine, Shabba Ranks & Maxi Priest

George Michael & Queen - The Days Of Our Lives number one (promo clip)

C4 Joe Cocker 11.15 pm - 12.20 am

Live in Westfalenhalle, Germany

C4 The Jazz Package

with clips of Fats Waller, Nat King Cole, Frank Sinatra, Dizzy Gillespie, Duke Ellington


Friday 7th May 1993

BBC1 The Rock N Roll Years 1959

BBC2 Later With Jools Holland (first of second series) 11.15 pm - 12:05 am

P J Harvey

Alice in Chains

Vince Gill

Sounds of Blackness

Maria McKee

BBC2 Rock Docs 12.10 - 1.30 am

Rod The Mod Has Come Of Age (repeat The Lively Arts 1976)

Rod Stewart documentary

Meridian Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band (repeat)

BBC2 The Real McCoy (first of second series) 9.00 - 9.30pm

Bryan Powell - It's Alright

C4 Clive Anderson Talks Back

Meat Loaf interview


Saturday 8th May 1993

BBC2 Arena: Tales Of Rock N Roll - Highway 61 Revisited

Includes early home recordings of Bob Dylan

BBC2 Catch 22 movie with Art Garfunkel

Meridian One To One

Paul McCartney - cancelled -

Cher


Sunday 9th May 1993

Meridian Faith and Music (first of five) 2.00 - 2.30 pm

1: To Serve The Truth with Sinead O'Connor


Monday 10th May 1993

Meridian A Tale Of Four Cities

Ian Dury in Canterbury

C4 The Big Breakfast

Neil Sedaka, Luther Vandross

Meridian The Beat

Verve, The Auters, Gary Clail, The Utah Saints, Bjorn Again

BBC1 Blue Peter Clannad


Tuesday 11th May 1993

C4 Dream On (repeat of third show with David Bowie)


Wednesday 12th May 1993

C4 Viva Cabaret!

Jools Holland, Larry McCrea, Pop Staples


Thursday 13th May 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Mark Franklin

OMD - Stand Above Me

Dina Carroll - Express

Robert Plant - 29 Palms

Tina Turner - I Don't Wanna Fight (in Monte Carlo)

Inner Circle - Sweet

Promo clips - Shabba Ranks & Maxi Priest (and chart run down), The Waterboys, Jungle Book, Bon Jovi

George Michael & Queen - Killer/Papa Was A Rolling Stone number one (promo clip)

C4 The Jazz Package

clips of Peggy Lee & Benny Goodman Orchestra, Louis Armstrong, Dizzy Gillespie, Nat King Cole

BBC2 The Comic Strip: Gregory Diary of a Nutcase with Jeff Beck as Brad


Friday 14th May 1993

BBC1 The Rock N Roll Years 1990

BBC2 The Real McCoy

The Real Thing

BBC2 Later with Jools Holland

Leonard Cohen - Democracy, plus two others

Jellyfish

Aztec Camera

Shara Nelson

BBC2 Rock Docs

The Rock N Roll Singer - Late Night Line Up documentary about Gene Vincent visit to Britain in 1969, supported by The Wild Angels

Meridian Meridian Tonight

Brighton Festival with Herbie Flowers


Saturday 15th May 1993

BBC1 Eurovision Song Contest

Sonis (the UK entry)

BBC2 TV Hell - Nul Points 7.20 - 8.00 pm

A brief history of the Euroivision Song Contest


Sunday 16th May 1993

BBC2 The O Zone

Roland Orzabel, Chesney Hawkes, Lujter Vandross

Meridian Faith and Music 2.00 - 2.30 pm

with Ozzy Osbourne

LWT Aspel and Company

Bryan Ferry - Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow

Yorkshire Heartbeat 8.00 - 9.00 pm

Over The Hill with Roland Gift


Monday 17th May 1993

BBC1 Pebble Mill

Clannad

Meridian The Beat

Aztec Camera, Kingmaker, Stone Temple Pilots

BBC1 Bruces' Guest Night

Luther Vandross


Thursday 20th May 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops 7.00 - 7.30 pm

Host: Tony Dortie

NB Cancelled due to FA Cup Final replay, re-scheduled for 21st May 1993

Carlton Rik Mayall Presents

Mickey Love with Malcolm McLaren

BBC1 Tricks and Tracks

Mexico '70

C4 The Jazz Package

with clips of Spike Jones & His City Slickers, Cab Calloway


Friday 21st May 1993

BBC1 The Rock N Roll Years 1961

BBC2 Later With Jools Holland 11.15 pm - 12.05 am

Robert Plant

Nanci Griffith

Gallon Drunk

Teenage Fanclub

Buddy Guy

BBC2 Rock Docs

Three Steps To Heaven. Eddie Cochran documentary

Meridian Cue The Music

Glen Campbell

C4 Roseanne

Loretta Lynn

Granada This Morning

Ray Davies

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

NB Re-scheduled from 20th May 1993

Host: Tony Dortie

Felix - Stars

Luther Vandross - Little Miracles

Bon Jovi - In These Arms (live in Glasgow)

Charles & Eddie - House Is Not A Home

Runrig - The Greatest Flame

St Etienne - Who Do You Think You Are

Promo clips - UB40 (and chart run down), Dire Straits, The Spin Doctors, House of Pain, Tina Turner

Ace of Base - All She Wants number one

BBC2 The Real McCoy

Ruby Turner & Junior - Lovers After All

C4 Cheers

Woody Gets An Election with Spanky McFarland


Saturday 22nd May 1993

BBC2 Singers and Swingers: Dusty!

A compilation of two 1967 shows with guests Tom Jones and Scott Walker

Meridian One To One

Neil Diamond


Sunday 23rd May 1993

Meridian Faith and Music 2.00 - 2.30 pm

Facing Fear and Enjoying Life: Mike Oldfield

LWT Aspel and Company 10.30 - 11.15 pm

Jerry Lee Lewis with Ronnie Wood - interview and two songs


Monday 24th May 1993

C4 The Big Breakfast

Tasmin Archer

Meridian The Beat

M People, The Utah Saints, Thousand Yard Stare, Eat, Bryan Ferry

ITV GMTV

Bruce Springsteen backstage


Tuesday 25th May 1993

C4 A Tribute To Ricky Nelson (repeat)

ITV/C4 Milk advert with Chris Difford Cool For Cats (second version)


Wednesday 26th May 1993

BBC1 Pebble Mill

Phil Collins - interview

C4 Viva Cabaret

Kid Creole

BBC1 Film 93 in Cannes

Phil Collins


Thursday 27th May 1993

BBC2 The Late Show

The Five Blind Boys of Alabama

BBC2 Wild Horses 1985 TV movie with Kenny Rogers

C4 The Jazz Package

with clips of Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Nat King Cole

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Mark Franklin

Stereo MCs - Creation

Suede - So Young

Louchie Lou & Michie One - Shout

Lenny Kravitz - Believe

Tears For Fears - Break It Down Again

Lisa Stansfield - All The Right Places

Promo clips - Tina Turner (and chart run down), Bryan Ferry, Megadeth, Guns N Roses

Ace of Base - All That She Wants number one

BBC2 The Comic Strip: Jealousy

Theme by Hank Wangford


Friday 28th May 1993

BBC1 The Rock N Roll Years 1961 (repeat)

BBC2 The Real McCoy

Mica Paris

Meridian Cue The Music

The The

C4 Hold On It's The Dave Clark Five (repeat 1968)

NB First showing in colour in the UK

with Lulu


Saturday 29th May 1993

BBC2 Singers and Swingers: Lulu's Back In Town (repeat 1969)

The Everly Brothers - Bye Bye Love, & Lulu: Walk Right Back


Sunday 30th May 1993

Yorkshire Faith and Music

Sister Sledge

C4 The Story of Three Loves 1953 movie with Ricky Nelson

LWT Aspel and Company

Phil Collins - interview

BBC2 The O Zone

2 Unlimited


Monday 31st May 1993 Bank Holiday

BBC1 The O Zone 10.45 - 11.00 am

Guns N Roses

BBC1 The Red Nose Awards

Comic Relief and Going Live special with Take That

BBC1 Marc Almond: Twelve Years of Tears 11.45 pm - 12.35 am

Live at The Royal Albert Hall, London

Carlton Freddie Starr

Adam Faith

Meridian The Beat

Eat, M People, Manic Street Preachers

BBC2 Crime and Punishment: Cops On The Box 11.20 - 11.50 pm

Criminal Records

Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers - I'm Not A Juvenile Delinquent (movie)

Lonnie Donegan - Tom Dooley (TV clip)

Louis Armstrong - Mack The Knife (TV clip)

Georgie Fame - The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde (live film clip)

Jimi Hendrix Experience - Hey Joe (live 1967)

Eric Clapton - I Shot The Sheriff (Old Grey Whistle Test 1977)

Elvis Costello - Watching The Detectives (Top Of The Posp 1977)

Thin Lizzy - The Boys Are Back In Town (promo clip)

Talking Heads - Psycho Killer (Old Grey Whistle Test)

Smiley Culture - Police Officer (Top Of The Pops)

The Clash - I Fought The Law (live film)

The Thompson Twins - We Are Detective (Top Of The Pops 1983)

ITV The World Music Awards 10.20 pm 12.20 am

Host: Michael Douglas

Held at Monte Carlo Sports Club

Featuring Rod Stewart, Tina Turner, Boyz II Men, 2 Unlimited, Dr Alban, Jon Secada, A-Ha, Zucchero, Ronnie Wood, Michael Jackson


Wednesday 2nd June 1993

Meridian In Profile U2 10 minutes


Thursday 3rd June 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Tony Dortie

Haddaway - What Is Love

Jamiroquai - Blow Your Mind

A-Ha - Dark Is The Night

P M Dawn with Boy George - More Than Likely (in Disneyword)

Bryan Ferry - Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow

Promo clips - UB40 (and chart run down), Tasmin Archer, Sade, Lisa Stansfield, Green Jelly

Ace of Base - All She Wants number one (promo clip)

C4 The Jazz Package

clips of Jimmy Dorsey, Count Basie, Artie Shaw, Duke Elliington, Cab Calloway


Friday 4th June 1993

C4 The Big Breakfast

Brian May

BBC1 The Rock N Roll Years 1962 (repeat)

BBC2 Later With Jools Holland

Suede

Fishbone

Charles and Eddie - not on -

Ed Alleyne-Johnson

Bryan Ferry

Soul Asylum

BBC2 Rock Docs

Stand By Your Dream - Tammy Wynette

Meridian Cue The Music

The Happy Mondays

C4 Guns N Roses - Use Your Illusion 11.10 pm - 1.05 am

Live at the Hippodrome de Vincennes 1992


Saturday 5th June 1993

BBC2 Singers and Swingers: Cilla (edited repeat 1968)

Sandie Shaw - Puppet On A String, Words

Cliff Richard - Congratulations, & Cilla Black - Passing Strangers

Meridian Stardust 1974 movie with David Essex, Dave Edmunds etc


Sunday 6th June 1993

ITV Divine Inspiration

First in religion quiz hosted by Richard Coles (ex-Communards)

Yorkshire Faith and Music

Boy George

LWT Aspel and Company

Sinead O'Connor & The Hothouse Flowers

BBC2 The O Zone

Pet Shop Boys, Lisa Stansfield, Tasmin Archer


Monday 7th June 1993

C4 The Big Breakfast

Jean Michel Jarre

BBC1 Bruce's Guest Night

Cliff Richard - My Kinda Life, Good Rockin' Tonight

Lisa Stansfield

BBC1 The V Word

Gary Glitter on volunteer work

Meridian The Beat

Secret Life, Jellyfish


Wednesday 9th June 1993

C4 The Saw Doctors (repeat)

Meridian Gimme Shelter 1.00 - 1.30 pm

Heaven 17, Thunder, Jimmy Sommerville, Rolling Stones on Steel Wheels tour 1989


Thursday 10th June 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Mark Franklin

Snap - Do You See The Light

Pet Shop Boys - Can You Forgive Her (accompanied by three women holding silver cricket bats)

Chaka Demus & Pliers - Tease Me

Sade - No Ordinary Love (in New York)

Therapy? - Turn

Lisa Stansfield - All The Right Places

Promo clips - The Spin Doctors (and chart run down), Cliff Richard, Manic Street Preachers, Sister Sledge, The Time Frequency

UB40 - Can't Help falling In Love number one (promo clip)

BBC2 The Comic Strip: GLC (repeat)

Theme 'Ken' by Kate Bush

C4 The Jazz Package

clips by Lena Horne, Peggy Lee, Benny Goodman, Hoagy Charmichael


Friday 11th June 1993

BBC1 The Rock N Roll Years 1963 (repeat)

BBC1 The Neville Brothers 11.55 pm - 12.55 am

Live in New Orleans

BBC2 The Real MCoy

Macka B

BBC2 Later With Jools Holland

The The

The Jayhawks

Chaka Demus & Pliers

Black Umfolosi

Charles and Eddie

Maria McKee

BBC2 Rock Docs

So You Wanna Be A Rock N Roll Star (Second House 1976)

The Kursaal Flyers on tour

C4 Bob Marley Time Will Tell 1992 documentary

C4 Talk Back With Clive Anderson

Lulu - interview


Saturday 12th June 1993

Meridian One To One 12.05 - 12.35 pm

Brian May


Sunday 13th June 1993

BBC2 The O Zone

Neneh Cherry

LWT Aspel and Company

Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood - Have I Told You That I Love You, interview, Hot Legs

C4 Sound Stuff: Weird Nightmare 7.00 - 8.00 pm

Directed by Ray Davies

with Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Elvis Costello, Dr John, Henry Threadgill

C4 Tin Men 1987 movie with Fine Young Cannibals

BBC1 Perry Mason: The Case of the Silenced Singer with Vanessa Williams


Monday 14th June 1993

BBC1 Bruce's Guest Night

Natalie Cole

BBC1 Gloria Estefan Into The Light world tour 10.50 - 11.50 pm

Meridian The Beat

Teenage Fanclub, Lullabox, Kinky Machine, An Emotion Fish


Tuesday 15th June 1993

ITV David Bowie Black Tie White Noise 10 second advert with sound


Wednesday 16th June 1993

C4 The Big Breakfast

Billy Idol


Thursday 17th June 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Tony Dortie

The Time Frequency - The Ultimate High

Haddaway - What is Love

Sting - Fields of Gold (in Pittsburgh)

Gabrielle - Dreams

Terence Trent D'Arby & Des'Ree - Delicate

Deborah Harry - I Can See Clearly

Promo clips - Sister Sledge (and chart run down), Kingmaker, Brian May & Cozy Powell, Thunder, Niamh Kavanagh

UB40 - Can't Help Falling In Love number one (promo clip)

C4 The Jazz Package

clips of Duke Ellington, Cab Calloway

BBC2 The Comic Strip Presents: Oxford

with Chrissie Hynde


Friday 18th June 1993

BBC1 The Rock N Roll Years 1964 (repeat)

BBC2 Later With Jools Holland

Belly

Maldita

The Auters - not on -

Aimee Mann

The Kinks

Neneh Cherry

Meridian Cue The Music

Billy Ocean

C4 Dire Straits On Easy Street 11.10 pm 12.40 am

C4 Electric Ballroom (first in series) 12.40 - 1.10 a,

Faith No More, The Grid, Shane McGowan & Nick Cave, The Frames, Therapy?


Saturday 19th June 1993

Meridian One To One

Belinda Carlisle


Sunday 20th June 1993

LWT Aspel and Company

Kate Bush - interview

C4 Next Big Thing

Leona Haess


Monday 21st June 1993

BBC1 Bruce's Guest Night

k d lang - Miss Chatelane

Meridian The Beat

Manic Street Preachers, Sundial, Dodgy, Jellyfish


Wednesday 23rd June 1993

C4 The Big Breakfast

Deborah Harry


Thursday 24th June 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Mark Franklin

M People - One Night In Heaven

East 17 - West End Girls

Chaka Demus & Pliers - Tease me (via satellite)

Brian May & Cozy Powell - Resurrection

Gloria Gaynor - I Will Survive

Alexander O'Neal - The Middle

Promo clips - Rod Stewart (and chart run down), SWV, Joey Lawrence, Teenage Fanclub, Shabba Ranks Featuring Queen Latifah

Gabrielle - Dreams number one

C4 The Jazz Package

with clips of Fats Waller, The Mills Brothers, Peggy Lee, Cab Calloway


Friday 25th June 1993

BBC1 The Rock N Roll Years 1965 (repeat)

BBC2 Later With Jools Holland

Porno For Pyros, Black Uhuru, Oleta Adams, Midnight Oil, St Etienne, Grant Lee Buffalo

BBC2 Rock Docs

The Everly Brothers - Songs of Innocence and Experience

C4 Electric Ballroom 12.50 - 1.20 am

From the Clarence Hotel, Dublin

L7, The Red House Painters, The Cranberries, Sultans Of Ping, The Pale


Sunday 27th June 1993

BBC2 The O Zone

New Order - interview

BBC1 Sweet Inspiration 6.25 - 7.00 pm

Rick Wakeman

BBC2 Moviedrome: Cry Baby 1990 movie with Iggy Pop

LWT Cue The Music

Strawbs


Monday 28th June 1993

BBC2 Sweet Inspiration (repeat)

Rick Wakeman

BBC2 A Breed Apart 1984 movie music by Maurice Gibb

Meridian Southern Gold

Pop archives from Southern Television

Tom Jones (1965 article)

The Who - Magic Bus (Time For Blackburn 1968)

Cilla Black - You're My World (Countdown? 1965)

Sandie Shaw (Ladybirds 1965)

Marianne Faithfull (Ladybirds 1965)

Mods and Rockers (Day By Day article 1965)

The Isle of Wight Festival (Day By Day 1970) with Joan Baez, Tiny Tim

Meridian The Beat

The Cure, Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine, Sugar, Senseless Things


Tuesday 29th June 1993

C4 The Big Breakfast

Alexander O'Neal


Thursday 1st July 1993

C4 Joe Brown at Clapham (repeat)

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Tony Dortie

Joey Lawrence - Nothin' My Love Can't Fix

New Order - Ruined In A Day

Evolution - Everybody Dance

4 Non Blondes - What's Up

Jade - I Wanna Love You (via satellite)

Take That - Pray

Promo clips - Deborah Harry (and chart run down), Smashing Pumpkins, Billy Idol, Coverdale Page, Taylor Dayne

Gabrielle - Dreams number one

Granada This Morning

Peter Noone (Hollywood Behind The Scenes)

C4 First Frame: Queen of the Fruit 11.35 pm - 1.20 am

with Lene Lovich

C4 Acoustic

Joan Armatrading- interview

with Elton John, Bobby McFerrin


Friday 2nd July 1993

BBC1 The Rock N Roll Years 1966 (repeat)

BBC2 Later With Jools Holland

Lenny Kravitz, Bjork, Paul Westerberg, Gloria Estefan, Crowded House, Tim Finn & Richard Thompson

BBC2 Rock Docs

Gary Glitter Did You Miss Me (Arena 1981)

C4 Electric Ballroom 1.25 - 1.55 am

Inspiral Carpets, Fatima Mansions, Verve, Blink and Bumble

C4 Wotsits crisps advert with Captain Sensible


Saturday 7th July 1993

BBC1 Parallel 9

East 17


Sunday 4th July 1993

LWT The South Bank Show: Benny Goodman The King Of Swing

clips of Ella Fitzgerald, Peggy Lee etc

C4 Sound Stuff: Rocky World 7.00 - 8.00 pm

Daniel Lanois documentary with U2, Aaron Neville, Peter Gabriel

LWT The Cue The Music

Rick Wakeman


Monday 5th July 1993

BBC2 Once Upon A Texas Train 1988 movie with Willie Nelson

Meridan The Beat

Belly, The Frank and Walters, Catherine Wheel


Tuesday 6th July 1993

BBC1 Bobby Davro: Rock with Laughter

with Sheila Fergusson

BBC1 Desperately Seeking Susan 1985 movie with Madonna


Thursday 8th July 1993

BBC1 Record Breakers

Billy Ray Cyrus

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Mark Franklin

Haddaway - What Is Love

Taylor Dayne - Can't Get Enough Of Your Love

Kim Wilde - If I Can't Have You

Chaka Demus & Pliers - Tease Me (repeat 24th June 1993)

M People - One Night In Heaven

Gloria Gaynor - I Will Survive

Promo clips - Michael Jackson (and chart run down), Usura, Kenny Thomas, AC-DC, The Levellers

Gabrielle - Dreams number one

Carlton Michael Ball (first edition) 8.30 - 9.00 pm

Wet Wet Wet

Ray Charles

C4 Take That! Special 6.00 - 6.30 pm

Edited repeat of the Japan special


Friday 9th July 1993

BBC1 Rock N Roll Years 1967 (revised repeat, The Beatles' Our World clips was replaced by stills)

BBC1 Later With Jools Holland

Paul Weller, Clannad, Lene Fiagbe, A J Croce, Jesus and Marcy Chain

BBC2 Rock Docs

Leonard Cohen - Songs From A Life (Omnibus 1988)


Saturday 10th July 1993

ITV Gimme 5

Take That

C4 Without Walls (repeat)

Hang The DJ, Mike Smash looks at Radio One

Meridian Cue The Music

Steel Pulse


Monday 12th July 1993

Carlton The Beat

Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine, Kingmaker, Pete Townshend

Carlton Frank Stubbs Promotes (first of three)

Theme by Brian May


Tuesday 13th July 1993

BBC1 Bobby Davro: Rock with Laughter

The Stylistics


Wednesday 14th July 1993

BBC1 TV Heroes 8.50 - 9.00 pm

The Top Of The Pops audience


Thursday 15th July 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Tony Dortie

Dannii Minogue - This Is It

4 Non Blondes - What's Up

Deacon Blue - Hang Your Head

Kenny Thomas - Stay

Oui 3 - Break From The Old Routine

Promo clips - Paul Weller (and chart run down), Madonna, Jon Sedaca, Jesus Jones, Blur, The Utah Saints

Take That - Pray number one

C4 The Levellers 6.00 - 6.30 pm

Live at Barrowlands, Glasgow

Carlton Michael Ball

Chris Isaak

BBC1 Ghost Story 1972 movie with Marianne Faithfull


Friday 16th July 1993

BBC1 The Rock Academy 3.05 - 3.35 (repeat)

The Musician's Institute, Los Angeles

BBC2 Later With Jools Holland

Al Green, Richard Thompson, Squeeze, EUFA, Rena Putachek

BBC2 Rock Docs

On Tour With The Osmonds (repeat 1974)

C4 The Marc Bolan Story (repeat)

C4 Electric Ballroom

Brand New Heavies, House of Pain, George Clinton, Marxman


Saturday 17th July 1993

Meridian One To One

Enya

Meridian Cue The Music

Strawbs

C4 Status Quo: Rockin' All Over The UK  (repeat)


Sunday 18th July 1993

C4 A Tribute To The Music of Bob Dylan (repeat)

C4 Hypnosis (first in series) 5.30 - 6.00 pm

Dance music series


Monday 19th July 1993

Carlton The Beat

The Jesus and Mary Chain, Mercury Rev


Tuesday 20th July 1993

Carlton London Tonight

Bjork

BBC1 Bobby Davro: Rock with Laughter

Barbara Dickson

BBC1 A Is For Abba 9.30 - 10.05 pm

with Elvis Costello, Ray Davies, Roy Wood, Ian McCulloch, Pete Waterman

BBC1 Abba The Concert 12.10 - 1.00 am

Live at Wembley, London 1979

BBC1 French and Saunders (repeat of third series)

Kirsty MacColl


Thursday 22nd July 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

NB Jon Secada might have been scheduled to appear

Host: Mark Franklin

Shara Nelson - Down The Road

Urban Cookie Collective - The Key The Secret

OMD - Dream Of Me

The Utah Saints - I Want You

The Waterboys - The Glastonbury Song

Jason Donovan - All Around The World

Promo clips - Roxette (and chart run down), Dance 2 Trance, U3, N Joi, REM, Craig McLaughlin & Debbie GIbson

Take That - Pray number one (promo clip)

BBC2 No Stilettos (first in series) 11.15 - 11.55 pm

NB had previously been shown on BBC1 Scotland

Host: Eddi Reader

Resident band: The Patron Saints of Imperfection

Aztec Camera, The Lemonheads, The BMX Bandits

Carlton Michael Ball

Take That

Tammy Wynette


Friday 23rd July 1993

C4 Rock School (repeat)

with Jools Holland, Paul King

C4 The Jack Dee Show (repeat)

Alison Moyet

BBC2 Frank Zappa 11.20 pm - 12.10 am

The Late Show special

BBC2 Frank Zappa in Concert 12.10 - 1.45 am

Various live clips

C4 Naked City 11.05 pm 12.05 am (first in series)

Hosts: Caitlin Moran, Johnny Vaughan

US3 - live

Bjork - interview

The Lemonheads -

REM - on film

Jason Donovan - busking

Green Jelly

Tom Watkins (pop manager) - article

Promo clips - U2

C4 Electric Ballroom 1.20 - 1.50 am

Mary James, Senseless Things, Shonan Knife, Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine


Saturday 24th July 1993

BBC2 Rhythms of the World 7.50 - 9.05 pm

A compilation

Meridian One To One

Dave Stewart

Meridian Cue The Music

Wishbone Ash


Sunday 25th July 1993

BBC2 The O Zone

Take That

BBC2 Moviedrome: 200 Motels 1972 movie with Frank Zappa, Flo & Eddie, Ringo Starr, Keith Moon

C4 Hypnosis

Dance music from Leeds


Monday 26th July 1993

Carlton The Beat

Bjork, CNN, One Dove, Sensation


Tuesday 27th July 1993

BBC2 Bobby Davro: Rock with Laughter

Neil Sedaka

C4 Love To Be In Love

Maxine Sullivan (jazz singer)


Wednesday 28th July 1993

BBC2 The Wednesday Play: The Gorge (repeat 1968) Music by Manfred Mann and Mike Hugg


Thursday 29th July 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Tony Dortie

D Ream - Unforgiven

Robin S - Luv 4 Luv

Manic Street Preachers - La Tristesse Durera

Craig McLaughlin & Debbie Gibson - You're The One That I Want (via satellite)

Dannii Minogue - This Is It

The Bee Gees - Paying The Price Of Love

Promo clip - Freddie Mercury (and chart run down), Juliet Roberts, Janet Jackson, Billy Joel, Whitney Houston, Madonna

Take That - Pray number one

BBC2 No Stilettos

The Jayhawks, David Gray, The Trash Can Sinatras

Carlton Michael Ball

Cliff Richard

Elaine Paige


Friday 30th July 1993

C4 Naked City

Apache Indian, Courtney Love, Smashing Pumpkins, Therapy?, Shaggy

C4 The Jack Dee Show (repeat)

Sam Brown


Saturday 31st July 1993

BBC2 Sweet Toronto 1970 movie 6.15 - 7.17 pm with John Lennon, Yoko Ono, The Plastic Ono Band with Eric Clapton, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley

BBC2 Rhythms Of The World: Bossa Nova

Joao Gilbero, Antonio Carlos Jobim

Meridian Cue The Music

Rick Wakeman


Sunday 1st August 1993

C4 Hypnosis

Dance music

BBC2 The O Zone

Bid Boys Inc


Monday 2nd August 1993

BBC2 Birthrights: Crossing The Tracks

Apache Indian etc

Meridian The Beat

Chpaterhouse, Mint 400, Sensation, Mercury Rev, Belly


Tuesday 3rd August 1993

BBC1 Bobby Davro: Rock with Laughter

Gilbert O'Sullivan

C4 Mr Drums

Buddy Rich


Thursday 5th August 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Mark Franklin

Juliet Roberts - Caught In The Middle

Daniel O'Donnell - What Ever Happened To Old Fashioned Love

Urban Cookie Collective - The Key The Secret

Michelle Gayle - Looking Up

UB40 - Higher Ground (live from Meadowlands, New Jersey)

Bitty McLean - It Keeps Raining

Promo clips - Madonna (and chart run down), Yazz & Aswad, The Goodmen, Culture Beat, Bon Jovi

Take That - Pray number one (promo clip)

Carlton Michael Ball

Gloria Estefan, Harry Connick Jr


Friday 6th August 1993

C4 The Jack Dee Show (repeat)

Ian Shaw

C4 Naked City

U2 - interview

Grant Lee Buffalo

Manic Street Preachers

The Bee Gees

House of Pain

Rage Against The Machine

C4 Ruddle's Beer advert with Vivian Stanshall


Saturday 7th August 1993

BBC2 Rhythms of the World 8.00 - 9.00 pm

The Silencers

Emmanual Manu Dibango

Meridian Cue The Music

Steve Hackett

C4 Opening Shot

Sculpting In Cyberspace with Matt Black ex-Cold Cut

The Cult of the DJ with D J Deluxe


Sunday 8th August 1993

BBC2 The O Zone

Tears For Fears

C4 Hypnosis

Dance music


Monday 9th August 1993

Meridien The Beat

Grant Lee Buffalo, Bjork, Chapterhouse, Mint 400, CNN, Pharcyde

Granada Celebration

Beatle City


Tuesday 10th August 1993

BBC1 The O Zone

Green Jelly

C4 Mel Lewis and the Jazz Orchestra 12.40 - 1.45 am


Thursday 12th August 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Tony Dortie

Green Jelly - Anarchy In The UK (dressed as The Flintstones)

Sarah Washington - I Will Always Love You

Bad Boys Inc - Don't Talk About Love

Culture Beat - Mr Vain

Apache Indian - Boom Shack-A-Lak

Yazz & Aswad - How Long

Promo clips - Billy Joel (and chart run down), Ice Cube, Ali & Frazier, Jamiroquai, The Spin Doctors

Freddie Mercury - Living On My Own number one (promo clip)

BBC2 No Stilettos

Pulp, Ani DeFranco, The Tansads, Thrum

Carlton Michael Ball

The Bee Gees

Dionne Warwick


Friday 13th August 1993

C4 Naked City

Ice T, Shakin' Stevens, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Jamiroquai, Moby, Elvis Presley impersonator

C4 The Jack Dee Show (repeat)

Georgie Fame


Saturday 14th August 1993

Meridian One To One

Curtis Stigers

Meridian Cue The Music

The Moody Blues at Red Rock part one

C4 Viva Elvis! 9.00 - 10.15 (repeat)

with El Vez


Sunday 15th August 1993

BBC1 The O Zone

Take That

East 17

LWT The South Bank Show 10.35 pm - 12.05 am

Paul Simon

with Art Garfunkel, Eddie Simon

Meridian Wild In The Country 1961 movie with Elvis Presley

C4 Hypnosis

Dance music


Monday 16th August 1993

Carlton The Beat

Senser, Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine, Voodoo Queen, Trans Global Underground, David Sylvian, Fishbone


Tuesday 17th August 1993

Meridian A Tale of Four Cities (repeat) with Ian Dury


Wednesday 18th August 1993

C4 The Thing Is...An Interview (repeat) with Brian Eno

C4 Summer's Out: The Hours and the Times 1991 movie about John Lennon and Brian Epstein


Thursday 19th August 1993

BBC1 The Record Breakers (repeat) with Tom Jones

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Mark Franklin

The Pogues - Tuesday Morning

Bitty McLean - It Keeps Raining'

Aftershock - Slave To The Vibe

Tasmin Archer - Arianne

The Bee Gees - Paying The Price Of Love (on Miami Beach)

Promo clips - UB40 (and chart run down), The Breeders, Mariah Carey

Freddie Mercury - Living On My Own number one (promo clip)

BBC2 No Strings

American Music Club, Boo Hewerdine, The Cranberries


Friday 20th August 1993

C4 The Jack Dee Show (repeat) with Andrew Strong

C4 Naked City

Suede, Iggy Pop, General Levy, Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine, Curve, Gabrielle, Monie Love

BBC2 Alas Smith and Jones (repeat 1986)

with Gary Glitter, Jools Holland, Hazel O'Connor


Saturday 21st August 1993

Meridian One To One

Paul Young

Meridian Cue The Music 3.30 - 4.30 am

The Moody Blues at Red Rocks part two

C4 Vic Reeves Big Night Out On Tour (repeat)

with The Wonder Stuff


Sunday 22nd August 1993

BBC2 The O Zone 11.50 am - 12.05 pm

The Bee Gees, Terence Trent D'Arby

LWT Gloria!

Alvin Stardust

C4 Hairspray 1988 movie with Divine, Deborah Harry, Sonny Bono, Ric Ocasek

C4 Hypnosis

Bjork


Monday 23rd August 1993

BBC1 Pop Goes Summer (first in series) 12.05 - 12.25 pm

Julio Inglasias

Carlton The Beat

Curve, Bivouac


Thursday 24th August 1993

BBC1 Pop Goes The Summer

Sade

C4 James Taylor 12.30- 1.30 am

Live in Baden Baden, Germany 1986

BBC1 The O Zone

contents unknown


Wednesday 25th August 1993

BBC1 Pop Goes Summer

Elaine Paige


Thursday 26th August 1993

BBC1 Pop Goes Summer

Dionne Warwick

BBC1 The O Zone

contents unknown

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Tony Dortie

Therapy? - Opal Mantra

Sisters of Mercy - Under The Gun

Ace of Base - Wheel Of Fortune

Meat Loaf - I'd Do Anything For Love (in USA)

Mariah Carey - Dream Lover

Promo clips - SWV (and chart run down), Lenny Kravitz, Onyx, Joey Lawrence, Terence Trent D'Arby, Tina Turner

Culture Beat Mister Vain number one


Friday 27th August 1993

BBC1 Pop Goes Summer

Brian May

C4 Naked City

Depeche Mode, Lloyd Cole, Back To The Planet, Bad Boys Inc, New Order

C4 The Jack Dee Show (repeat) with Leon Redbone

BBC1 and ITN News

Michael Jackson in the Far East and child abuse allegations, includes live clip in Bangkok


Saturday 28th August 1993

ITN News

Michael Jackson in Singapore

BBC1 Rhythms of the World

Jorge Ben in Performance

Meridian The Adventures of Baron Manchausen 1989 movie with Sting

Meridian Cue The Music

Spandau Ballet


Sunday 29th August 1993

BBC2 The O Zone

Duran Duran, Texas

BBC2 American Hot Wax 1978 movie with Chuck Berry, Frankie Ford etc

Meridian Elvis and Me 1988 TV movie

ITV The Inside Track...On Parenting

with Gloria Estefan

Meridian New Order 12.05 - 1.05 am

Meridian One To One

Chris De Burgh

C4 Hypnosis

Kylie Minogue, Norman Cook


Monday 30th August 1993 Bank Holiday

BBC1 Jason Donovan In Concert

C4 The Big Breakfast

Robert Plant

Meridian The Beat

James, Texas, US3, Senser

BBC2 One Day In The Sixties 11.35 am - 1.20 am

NB A Day of programming from the BBC archives

The Young Ones 1962 movie with Cliff Richard and The Shadows

A Whole Scene Going (repeat 5th January 1966) with The Who

The Sandie Shaw Supplement (repeat 17th September 1968) with John Walker

Frost In The Air 2: Supertelevisionman (features Paul McCartney in the trailer but not the actual show)

Promo clips - Dionne Warwick, The Rolling Stones


Tuesday 31st August 1993

BBC1 The O Zone

contents unknown

C4 The Big Breakfast

Bryan Ferry


Wednesday 1st September 1993

C4 Dancing Into The 90s (first edition) 9.30 - 10.30 am

Odyssey, Aswad, Amii Stewart, Trevor Horn

Meridian Rhinestone 1984 movie with Dolly Parton


Thursday 2nd September 1993

BBC1 The O Zone

contents unknown

C4 Dancing Into the 90s

contents unknown

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Mark Franklin

2 Unlimited - Faces

Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine - Lean On Me

Kenny Thomas - Trippin' On Your Love

Terence Trent D'Arby - She Kissed Me (in USA)

Bitty McLean - It Keeps Rainin'

Cilla Black - Through The Years

Promo clips - Tina Turner (and chart run down), New Order, Mary J Blige, Stone Temple Pilots, Paul Weller

Culture Beat - Mister Vain number one (promo clip)

Meridian Oh What A Lovely Pier

with P J Proby

C4 Atlantic Records Hip To The Trip 10.35 pm - 12.25 am

with Ahmed Ertegun, Herb Abrahamson, Jerry Wexler, Tom Dowd, Ben E King, Solomom Burke, Steve Cropper, Estelle Axton, Robert Plant, Aretha Franklin


Friday 3rd September 1993

BBC2 Raising Hell: Iron Maiden and Simon Drake 11.20 pm - 12.50 am

Bruce Dickinson's final show

with magician Simon Drake

BBC2 Leningrad Cowboys Go America 1989 movie with Nicky Tesco

BBC1 News

Michael Jackson in Taiwan


Saturday 4th September 1993

BBC1 Watch What Happens...Tony Bennett 11.25 pm - 12.20 am

Live at the Prince Edward Theatre, London

BBC2 Rhythms of the World 7.45 - 8.55 pm

Two Generations of the Blues - two films about the blues in Britain

Errol Linton

Big Bill in Britain (Big Bill Broonzy)

BBC2 Frost In The Air

John Lennon and Yoko Ono October 1969


Sunday 5th September 1993

BBC2 The O Zone

Jade, James

ITV The Jacksons An American Dream part one TV movie

C4 Hypnosis

Boy George

ITV Sunday Morning

Cliff Richard


Monday 6th September 1993

C4 The Big Breakfast

Robert Plant

BBC1 Pop Goes Summer

Chris Rea

ITV The Beat

Reading Festival special

C4 Midnight Underground: T.G.Rally In Heaven 1981 movie with Throbbing Gristle


Tuesday 7th September 1993

BBC1 Aretha Franklin - The Duets 11.00 pm 12.00 am

with Elton John, Rod Stewart, Smokey Robinson, Gloria Estefan


Wednesday 8th September 1993

C4 The Kinks The Definitive Collection 30 second advert

ITV The Jacksons An American Dream part two TV movie

C4 Motorcity Years (first in series) 12.05 - 12.40 am

The Birmingham music scene in the sixties. Made to celebrate Birmingham as the UK's City of Music 1992

Roy Wood, Bev Bevan, John Lodge, The Applejacks, Muff Winwood


Thursday 9th September 1993

ITN The Big Story 7.30 - 8.00 pm

Michael Jackson child abuse allegations

BBC1 Pop Goes Summer

Paul Young

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Tony Dortie

Moby - Move

Bjork - Venus As A Boy

Beverley Craven - Love Scenes

New Order - World

Stone Temple Pilots - Plush

James - Sometimes (live in Pittsburgh)

Promo clips - D J Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince (and chart run down), Guru, Texas, Zhane, Motorhead

Culture Beat - Mr Vain number one (promo clip)


Friday 10th September 1993

BBC1 Pop Goes Summer

Mike Oldfield

BBC1 Vamp 1986 movie with Grace Jones

Meridian Cue The Music

Ten Years After


Saturday 11th September 1993

BBC2 Summer Holiday 1963 movie with Cliff Richard & The Shadows

Meridian Duran Duran 1.10 - 2.00 am

Profile


Sunday 12th September 1993

BBC2 The O Zone

contents unknown

Meridian Sinatra part one TV movie with Philip Casnoff as Frank Sinatra


Monday 13th September 1993

BBC1 Pop Goes Summer 9.20 - 9.45 am

Whitney Houston

BBC1 Pebble Mill Encore

Phil Collins - interview

Meridian Sinatra part two

Carlton The Beat

Rage Against The Machine, Siouxsie & The Banshees

C4 Midnight Underground

includes Kenneth Anger's Scorpio Rising


Tuesday 14th September 1993

BBC1 Pop Goes Summer

Neneh Cherry


Wednesday 15th September 1993

BBC1 News

Michael Jackson in Moscow

BBC1 Pop Goes Summer

Simply Red

C4 The Big Breakfast

Lloyd Cole

C4 Motor City Music Years

ELO, Slade, Judas Priest


Thursday 16th September 1993

BBC1 Pop Goes Summer 9.20 - 9.45 am

Emerson Lake & Palmer in Verona

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Mark Franklin

Motorhead - Ace of Spades

Radiohead - Creep

Jade - One Woman

Lenny Kravitz - Heaven Help (in Minneapolis)

Chaka Demus & Pliers - She Don't Let Nobody

Belinda Carlisle - Big Scary Animal

Promo clips - Pet Shop Boys (and chart run down), Shara Nelson, Roxette, Rubberband Girl

Culture Club - Mr Vain number one (promo clip)


Friday 17th September 1993

BBC1 Pebble Mill Encore

k d lang, Cliff Richard, Boyz II Men

BBC2 Rock Docs

Woody Guthrie

Meridian Cue The Music

Ian Gillan

C4 MTV Video Music Awards 11.05pm - 12.40 am

Host: Christian Slater

Madonna - Bye Bye Baby

Alternative video Nirvana

Lenny Kravitz with John Paul Jones - Are You Gonna Go My Way

Group Pearl Jam Presented by Peter Gabriel, Natalie Merchant

Sting - IF I Ever Lose My Faith

Rap Arrested Development

Aerosmith - Livin' On The Edge

Metal/Hard Rock Pearl Jam

REM - Everybody Hurts medley

Viewer's Choice Aerosmith

Female - k d lang

Male - Lenny Kravitz

Pearl Jam & Neil Young - Rockin' In The Free World

U2 - Numb

Video Pearl Jam - Jeremy Presented by Tony Bennett & The Red Hot Chilli Peppers

Janet Jackson medley

C4 Mike Oldfield Elements 30 second advert


Saturday 18th September 1993

ITV The Chart Show

The Beatles - Hello Goodbye promo clip (street clothes version with a blue border)

BBC1 Danny Baker After All (first edition) 11.50  pm - 12.35 am

House band The Railtown Bottlers (featuring film critic Mark Kermode)

NB Daryl Hall was to be the first guest but allegedly his entourage were asked to leave the building

Each music guest would be allowed to play their new single, but also had to perform a Beatles cover

Suggs - I'm Only Sleeping, one other


Sunday 19th September 1993

BBC2 The O Zone

World Apart, Salt N Pepa

ITV Disney Adventures

Bad Boys Inc

BBC1 Screen One: Down Among The Big Boys 9.05 - 10.35 pm

with Maggie Bell


Monday 20th September 1993

C4 Big Breakfast

Belinda Carlisle

BBC2 Newman and Baddiel In Pieces (first episode) 9.00 - 9.30 pm

Theme by The Sundays

Carlton The Beat

Porno For Pyros, The The, Madder Rose, Rage Against The Machine, Senseless Trip


Tuesday 21st September 1993

BBC2 Jool's Gems 7.45 - 8.30 pm

A compilation of clips from Later With Jools Holland

Leonard Cohen, Bjork, Al Green, Lenny Kravitz, P J Harvey, Gloria Estefan


Wednesday 22nd September 1993

ITV / C4 The Beatle 1962-1966 and 1967 - 1970 CD advert 30 seconds

Carlton Freddie Starr

Gerry Marsden

C4 Motor City Music Years

Duran Duran, UB40

ITV GMTV

Cliff Richard - interview


Thursday 23rd September 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Tony Dortie

The Wonder Stuff - On The Ropes

M People - Moving On Up

Shara Nelson - One Goodbye In Ten

Haddaway - Life

Stakka Bo - Here We Go

Take That & Lulu - Relight My Fire

World Apart - Everlasting Love

Promo clips - Depeche Mode (and chart run down), World's Apart, Belinda Carlisle

D J Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince - Boom! Shake The Room number one (promo clip)

C4 Music Game

Betty Boo


Friday 24th September 1993

BBC2 Rock Docs

The Who (repeat Second House 1974)

Live at Charlton Athletic FC, Pete Townshend

Meridian Cue The Music

Voice of the Beehive

C4 Eurotrah

Army Of Lovers


Saturday 25th September 1993

LWT It's Bizarre

Gary Numan - Cars

BBC1 Danny Baker After All

Tim Finn - Across The Universe, Protected

The Beatles - Ticket To Ride (promo clip)

BBC2 DJ Heaven: Dave Lee Travis 8.30 - 9.00 pm

LAURIE LINGO & THE DIPSTICKS – Convoy G.B. (TOTP 29-4-76)

BLONDIE – Denis (TOTP 23-2-78)

DAVID BOWIE – Heroes (TOTP 20-10-77)

THE RUBETTES – Sugar Baby Love (TOTP 27-12-74)

ELVIS COSTELLO & THE ATTRACTIONS – Oliver’s Army (TOTP 22-2-79)

SPANDAU BALLET – Communication (TOTP 24-2-83)

THE STRANGLERS – No More Heroes (TOTP 6-10-77)

ELTON JOHN & KIKI DEE – Don’t Go Breaking My Heart (video) (TOTP 22-7-76)


Sunday 26th September 1993

LWT Cilla's Celebration 6.30 - 8.00 pm

With Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, Barry Manliow, George Martin, Gerry Marsden, Dusty Springfield, Cliff Richard, Freddie Garrity, plus members of Liverpool bands King Size Taylor & The Dominoes, The Remo Four, The Fourmost

ITV Memphis Belle 1990 movie with Harry Connick Jr

C4 Opening Shot 6.00 - 6.30 pm

Three young rappers from Peckham

C4 The Best of The Undertones 10 second advert with John Peel voice over


Monday 27th September 1993

BBC2 Trenchcoat in Paradise 1989 movie with Michelle Phillips

Carlton The Beat

Texas, Eat, Gallon Drunk, Trans-Global Underground, Gary Clail, Tool

C4 News

Radio One - youth radio article


Tuesday 28th September 1993

Meridian Deadman's Curve 1978 TV movie about Jan and Dean


Thursday 30th September 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Mark Franklin

Belinda Carlisle - Big Scary Animal

Gabrielle - Going Nowhere

Manic Street Preachers - Roses In The Hospital

Eternal - Stay

Chaka Demus and Pliers

The Spin Doctors - Jimmy Olsen Blues

Promo clips - Frankie Goes To Hollywood (and chart run down), Paul Young, Us3

D J Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince - Boom! Shake The Room number one (promo clip)


Friday 1st October 1993

BBC2 The O Zone 7.15 - 7.45 pm

Pet Shop Boys special

BBC2 Rock Docs

Stevie Wonder Inner Visions (repeat Omnibus 1981)

Meridian Cue The Music

That Petrol Emotion


Saturday 2nd October 1993

BBC1 Live and Kicking (first) 9.00 am - 12.12 pm

That That with Lulu

Meridian What's Up Doc

D Ream, Staka Boo

BBC1 Danny Baker After All

Nick Heyward - Doctor Robert, plus one

The Rolling Stones - I Wanna Be Your Man (The Arthur Haynes Show 1964)

ITV The Big E

Steve Strange

BBC2 DJ Heaven: Jimmy Savile

SHOCKING BLUE – Venus (TOTP 29-1-70)

LIMMIE & THE FAMILY COOKIN’ – A Walking Miracle (TOTP 2-5-74)

GOLDEN EARRING – Radar Love (TOTP 20-12-73)

THE UNDERTONES – Here Comes The Summer (TOTP 26-7-79)

EDDY GRANT – Living On The Frontline (TOTP 7-6-79)

JOE JACKSON – Is She Really Going Out With Him? (TOTP 23-8-79)

THE SELECTER – On My Radio (TOTP 8-11-79)

THE TEARDROP EXPLODES – Treason (It’s Just A Story) (TOTP 30-4-81)


Sunday 3rd October 1993

BBC2 The O Zone

contents unknown

BBC2 Hollywood UK

with Mick Jagger 1971 interview regarding Performance

BBC2 Performance 1970 movie with Mick Jagger

C4 Wild At Heart 1990 movie with Billy Swan, Koko Taylor


Monday 4th October 1993

Carlton The Beat

The Wonder Stuff live at the Astoria, London


Tuesday 5th October 1993

C4 Alberta Hunter 12.35 - 1.40 am


Wednesday 6th October 1993

C4 John Martyn (repeat)

Live in Baden Baden, Germany


Thursday 7th October 1993

BBC2 Red Dwarf IV: Psirens

with Phil Manzanera

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Tony Dortie

Haddaway - Life

Paul Young - Now I Know What Made Otis Blue

Billy Joel - All About Soul (in USA)

Go West - The Tracks Of My Tears

Crowded House - Distant Sun

Right Said Fred - Bumped

Promo Clip - Meat Loaf (and chart run down)

Take That & Lulu - Relight My Fire number one

BBC2 The Late Show

The Lost Soul Band

BBC2 Top Gear

George Harrison and Nick Mason at the Goodwood Festival of Speed


Friday 8th October 1993

BBC1 Millenium 1989 movie with Kris Kritofferson

BBC1 Crucible Of Terror 1971 movie with Mike Raven

BBC2 Rock Docs

The Ravers (repeat Man Alive 28th June 1967) with Simon Dupree and The Big Sound

Meridian Cue The Music

Steeleye Span


Saturday 9th October 1993

BBC2 DJ Heaven: Tony Blackburn.

EDISON LIGHTHOUSE – Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes) (TOTP 5-2-70)

GLADYS KNIGHT & THE PIPS – Midnight Train To Georgia (TOTP 29-4-76)

MANFRED MANN’S EARTH BAND – Blinded By The Light (TOTP 23-9-76)

ROBERTA FLACK – The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face (TOTP 28-12-72)

HEATWAVE – Boogie Nights (TOTP 26-12-77)

JOAN ARMATRADING – Love And Affection (TOTP 28-10-76)

THE THREE DEGREES – When Will I See You Again (TOTP 25-12-74)

BBC1 Danny Baker After All

Alison Moyet - Norwegian Wood, Falling

Rick Wakeman - phone call

Lloyd Grossman - All Day and All of the Night

BBC1 Live and Kicking

Bad Boys Inc

BBC2 Nina Simone The Legend 9.00 - 9.50 pm

Documentary


Sunday 10th October 1993

BBC2 The O Zone

Take That

C4 House Party 1990 movie with George Clinton


Monday 11th October 1993

BBC2 Newman and Baddiel In Pieces

with Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine

C4 Sesame Street

Carly Simon

BBC2 Dance Energy (first edition) 7.10 - 7.40 pm

Right Said Fred, Lisa Stansfield, McCoy, En Vogue, SWV, Fresh Prince (Will Smith)

BBC2 Midnight Jazz

The Brecon Jazz Festival August 1993

Hank Jones Trio, Lionel Hampton

BBC2 The Jazz Collection

Who Is Sonny Rollins 1968 documentary

Carlton The Beat

Swervedriver at the Astoria, London

BBC1 Newsroom South East

George Michael vs Sony courtcase


Tuesday 12th October 1993

BBC1 What's That Noise

The Utah Saints

BBC2 Midnight Jazz

Andy Sheppard etc

BBC2 Jazz Collection

Slim's Jazz (repeat of Slim Gaillard Rhythms of the World)

C4 Benny Carter 12.35 - 1.45 am


Wednesday 13th October 1993

BBC2 Safe

Music and songs by Billy Bragg, Music Advisor Andy Roberts

BBC1 Pebble Mill

Right Said Fred

BBC2 The Jazz Collection

The Coltrane Legacy


Thursday 14th October 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Mark Franklin

Eternal - Stay

Dina Carroll - Don't Be A Stranger

The Lemonheads - Into Your Arms

One Dove - Breakdown

Phil Collins - Both Sides Of The Story

Promo clips - Iron Maiden (and chart run down), Diana Ross, Prince, The Prodigy, Bon Jovi

Take That & Lulu - Relight My Fire number one (promo clip)

BBC2 Small Objects Of Desire

Video Tape with Brian Eno

BBC1 Good Morning

Cliff Richard

BBC2 Midnight Jazz

McCoy Tyner, Julian Joseph Quartet

BBC2 The Jazz Collection

Billie Holliday - The Long Night of Lady Day (repeat Arena 1984)

BBC1 Pebble Mill

Go West - Tracks Of My Tears


Friday 15th October 1993

C4 Eurotrash

Marc Almond, Malcolm McLaren

BBC2 Midnight Jazz

Wynton Marsalis

Meridian Cue The Music

Gary Numan

BBC2 Bird 1988 movie about Charlie Parker

BBC2 Poems On The Box: The Arrest Of Oscar Wilde at the Cadogan Hotel by John Betjamin

Read by Neil Tennant


Saturday 16th October 1993

BBC1 Live and Kicking

Phil Collins

Right Said Fred

Meridian What's Up Doc

Gary Glitter

Take That & Lulu

BBC1 Danny Baker After All

Squeeze

BBC2 DJ Heaven: John Peel

ROD STEWART – Maggie May (TOTP 27-12-71)

WHAM – Young Guns (Go For It) (TOTP 18-11-82)

ORANGE JUICE – Rip It Up (TOTP 23-3-83)

IMAGINATION – Just An Illusion (TOTP 1-4-82)

EURYTHMICS – Right By Your Side (TOTP 10-11-83)

DEAD OR ALIVE – You Spin Me Round (Like A Record) (TOTP 7-3-85)

THE CURE – The Walk (TOTP 7-7-83)

THE SMITHS – Shoplifters Of The World Unite (TOTP 5-2-87)

BBC2 Made In Heaven 1987 movie with Neil Young, Tom Petty

C4 Too Late Blues 1962 movie with Bobby Darin

Meridian News

Take That at Meridian TV studios


Sunday 17th October 1993

BBC2 The O Zone

contents unknown

LWT The South Bank Show 10.45 - 11.45 pm

John Lee Hooker with Robert Cray, Van Morrison, Mick Jagger, B B King


Monday 18th October 1993

BBC1 News

George Michael vs Sony courtcase at the High Court

BBC1 Good Morning

Cher

BBC2 D Energy

M People, UK Ragga, Cappella, Oui 3, Bitty McLean

Meridian The Beat

James, Molly Half Head, Urge Overkill

BBC2 Moving Target 1988 movie with Chynna Phillips


Tuesday 19th October 1993

ITV GMTV

James Taylor

BBC1 Omnibus: Sweet Home Chicago 10.20 - 11.10 pm

Buddy Guy, Mick Jagger

C4 Joe Williams 12.35 - 1.40 am (repeat)

Carlton The Hypnotic World of Paul McKenna 8.30 - 9.00 pm

Belinda Carlisle


Thurday 21st October 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Tony Dortie

Cappella - U Got 2 Let The Music

Lisa Stansfield - So Natural

Chris Rea - Julia

Jean Michel Jarre - Chronologie (via satellite)

Lena Fiagbe - Gotta Get It Right

Promo clips - Inxs (and chart run down)

Meat Loaf - I'd Do Anything For Love number one (promo clip, eight minute version)

C4 The Music Game 8.30 - 9.00 pm

Sandie Shaw


Friday 22nd October 1993

BBC2 The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (played as a part of And Now, Jonathan Ross chat show special. Ross has a Rod Stewart lookalike with him)

Peter Gabriel

Meridian Cue The Music

Hawkwind

C4 Slacker 1991 movie with The Butthole Surfers


Saturday 23rd October 1993

BBC1 Live and Kicking

Bitty McLean

BBC1 Danny Baker After All

Lloyd Cole - Revolution, plus one

Meridian Cue The Music

Randy Newman

BBC2 DJ Heaven: Simon Bates

U.K. SUBS – She’s Not There (TOTP 6-12-79)

BOOKER T. & THE M.G.’S – Green Onions (danced to by Legs & Co) (TOTP 17-1-80)

ROBERT PALMER – Looking For Clues (TOTP 18-12-80)

HAZEL O’CONNOR – Will You (TOTP 28-5-81)

XTC – Sgt. Rock (Is Going To Help Me) (TOTP 5-2-81)

THE JAM – Beat Surrender (TOTP 9-12-82)

SOFT CELL – Where The Heart Is (TOTP 9-12-82)

THE PRETENDERS – Brass In Pocket (TOTP 17-1-80)


Sunday 24th October 1993

BBC2 The O Zone

Right Said Fred

LWT The South Bank Show 10.45 - 11.45 pm

Stevie Wonder


Monday 25th October 1993

BBC2 The Real McCoy (reepat)

Mica Paris

BBC2 D Energy

The Shamen, Jamanda, Soul II Soul, Dina Crroll, International Style Squad

BBC2 The Incredible Shrinking Politicians

With Bob Geldof

Carlton The Beat

Verve, The Boo Radleys, James, Insterstella

BBC2 Newman and Baddiel in Pieces

Suzi Quatro


Tuesday 26th October 1993

BBC1 Jailhouse Rock 1957 movie with Elvis Presley

Carlton The Hypnotic World of Paul McKenna

Right Said Fred

C4 Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers (repeat)

Live at The Smithsonian, Washington


Wednesday 27th October 1993

C4 Brookside

Gerry Marsden, Pete Best, two from The Swinging Blue Jeans

BBC2 Screenplay: Boswell and Johnson's Tour of the Western Isles 9.25 - 10.25 pm

Ian Dury as Dr Reid


Thursday 28th October 1993

BBC1 Pebble Mill

Mary Chapin Carpenter

C4 Music Quiz

Betty Boo, Neil Innes

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Mark Franklin

Dina Carroll - Don't Be A Stranger

Bryan Adams - Please Forgive Me

Phil Collins - Both Sides Of The Story (in New York)

David Hasslehoff - If I Could Only Say Goodbye

Promo clips - Bjork & David Arnold (and chart run down), The Levellers, The Grid, The Cat, Tina Turner

Meat Loaf - I'd Do Anything For Love number one (promo clip, five minute version)

BBC2 Top Gear

Chris Rea talks about Ferarri

BBC1 News

George Michael vs Sony at the High Court


Friday 29th October 1993

BBC1 Good Morning

Tammy Wynette

BBC1 Pebble Mill

Jean Michel Jarre

BBC1 Record Breakers

Gabrielle

Meridian Cue The Music

Fairport Convention

C4 Eurotrash

Boy George & Yvette Horner - Summertime


Saturday 30th October 1993

BBC1 Danny Baker After All

Pete Townshend - phone call

Rick Wakeman - interview

Nancii Griffith - Things We Said Today, plus one

BBC1 Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders From Mars 1982 movie with David Bowie

ITV The Big E

One Dove, Lisa Stansfield

Meridian Music Special

Neil Young

BBC2 DJ Heaven: Mike Read

THE BODYSNATCHERS – Let’s Do Rock Steady (TOTP 20-3-80)

SQUEEZE – Another Nail In My Heart (TOTP 20-3-80)

THE STYLE COUNCIL – Shout To The Top (TOTP 11-10-84)

MADNESS – The Prince (TOTP 20-9-79)

THE LAMBRETTAS – Poison Ivy (TOTP 20-3-80)

UB40 – Food For Thought (TOTP 20-3-80)

MARTHA & THE MUFFINS – Echo Beach (video) (TOTP 20-3-80)

THE POLICE – Can’t Stand Losing You (TOTP 12-7-79)

THE BEAT – Tears Of A Clown (TOTP 13-12-79)

TALKING HEADS – Once In A Lifetime (video) (TOTP 5-3-81)


Sunday 31st October 1993

BBC2 The O Zone

The Shamen

BBC1 Songs Of Praise

Cliff Richard

C4 Mystery Train 1989 movie with Tom Waits, Joe Strummer, Screaming Jay Hawkins


Monday 1st November 1993

BBC2 Inside Victor Lewis Smith (first edition) 10.00 - 10.30 pm

Music by Dave Stewart (not the Eurythmics one)

BBC1 Pebble Mill

Kim Wilde

BBC2 The Real McCoy (repeat)

Ruby Turner & Junior

BBC2 D Energy

Shara Nelson, Urban Cookie Collective, Source, D Ream, International Style Squad

Carlton The Beat

The Wonder Stuff, James, Verve, Swervedriver, Jesus Lizard, Lloyd Cole

BBC2 The Late Show

Jackson Browne


Tuesday 2nd November 1993

C4 Roseanne (repeat 1992) with David Crosby

Carlton The Hypnotic World of Paul McKenna

Chris Rea

C4 Without Walls: Theramin An Electrical Odyssey 9.10.30 pm

with Brian Wilson, Todd Rundgren

ITN News

Elton John vs The Sunday Mirror courtcase at High Court


Wednesday 3rd November 1993

BBC2 The Buddha of Suburbia (first of four) 9.00 - 10.30 pm

Incidental music by David Bowie

BBC1 News

Album chart article with Status Quo interview and rehearsal clip


Thursday 4th November 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Tony Dortie

Time Frequency - Real Love

Aerosmith - Cryin'

Pauline Henry - Feel Like Makin' Love

The Shamen - Comin' On

Wet Wet Wet - Shed A Tear

Promo clips - Mariah Carey (and chart run down), Faith No More, Juliet Roberts, Soul II Soul, Whitney Houston, Culture Beat

Meat Loaf - I'd Do Anything For Love number one (promo clip)


Friday 5th November 1993

C4 Clive Anderson Talks Back

Sheena Easton

BBC2 Poems On The Box

Ian Dury reads the Busdriver's Prayer


Saturday 6th November 1993

BBC2 DJ Heaven: Simon Bates

U.K. SUBS – She’s Not There (TOTP 6-12-79)

BOOKER T. & THE M.G.’S – Green Onions (danced to by Legs & Co) (TOTP 17-1-80)

ROBERT PALMER – Looking For Clues (TOTP 18-12-80)

HAZEL O’CONNOR – Will You (TOTP 28-5-81)

XTC – Sgt. Rock (Is Going To Help Me) (TOTP 5-2-81)

THE JAM – Beat Surrender (TOTP 9-12-82)

SOFT CELL – Where The Heart Is (TOTP 9-12-82)

THE PRETENDERS – Brass In Pocket (TOTP 17-1-80)

BBC1 Danny Baker After All

Aimee Mann - You've Got To Hide Your Love Away

BBC1 Live and Kicking

Wet Wet Wet

BBC2 Ironweed 1987 movie with Tom Waits


Sunday 7th November 1993

BBC2 The O Zone

Cappella, Wet Wet Wet, Rick Astley


Monday 8th November 1993

BBC1 Pebble Mill

The Penguin Cafe Orchestra

BBC2 The Real McCoy (repeat)

Mic Paris

BBC2 D Energy

2 Unlimited, Guru, DC Lee

BBC2 The Late Show

Hugh Masakela

Carlton The Beat

Pop Will Eat Itself at The Astoria, London


Tuesday 9th November 1993

Carlton The Hypnotic World of Paul McKenna

The Bee Gees

C4 LaToya Jackson Meets The Devil's Advocate 10.35 - 11.20 pm

BBC2 Let It Ride 1989 movie with David Johanssen, Michelle Phillips


Wednesday 10th November 1993

C4 The Oprah Winfrey Show 5.00 - 5.50 pm

Flirting With Fame with Pete Best


Thursday 11th November 1993

BBC1 Pebble Mill

Kenny Thomas

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Mark Franklin

Captain Hollywood Project - More and More

Soul II Soul - Wish

Urban Collective Collective _ Feels Like Heaven

Janet Jackson - Again (via satellite)

Elton John & Kiki Dee - True Love

Promo clips - Bryan Adams (and chart run down), Paul Weller, Michael Bolton, Leftfield / Lydon, Soul Asylum, The Orb

Meat Loaf - I'd Do Anything For Love number one (promo clip)


Friday 12th November 1993

BBC1 Pebble Mill

Adam Faith

C4 New Soul Nation 11.15 pm - 12.40 am

British soul music documentary hosted by Lenny Henry

Omar, Mica Paris, Nu Colours


Saturday 13th November 1993

BBC2 News

Michael Jackson drug admission

BBC1 Noel's House Party

Gilbert O'Sullivan - Matrimony

BBC2 DJ Heaven: Mike Read

THE BODYSNATCHERS – Let’s Do Rock Steady (TOTP 20-3-80)

SQUEEZE – Another Nail In My Heart (TOTP 20-3-80)

THE STYLE COUNCIL – Shout To The Top (TOTP 11-10-84)

MADNESS – The Prince (TOTP 20-9-79)

THE LAMBRETTAS – Poison Ivy (TOTP 20-3-80)

UB40 – Food For Thought (TOTP 20-3-80)

MARTHA & THE MUFFINS – Echo Beach (video) (TOTP 20-3-80)

THE POLICE – Can’t Stand Losing You (TOTP 12-7-79)

THE BEAT – Tears Of A Clown (TOTP 13-12-79)

TALKING HEADS – Once In A Lifetime (video) (TOTP 5-3-81)

BBC1 Live and Kicking

Cyndi Lauper

C4 Paul McCartney Live 10.45 pm - 1.05 am

Live in Charlotte, North Carolina

LWT Laughter By Royal Command

The Beatles 1963 appearance clip (John Lennon's rattle your jewellery comment)

BBC2 Late Again

Cassandra Wilson


Sunday 14th November 1993

BBC2 The O Zone

Barry Manilow, Culture Beat


Monday 15th November 1993

C4 Sesame Street

Johnny Cash

BBC2 The Real McCoy (repeat)

contents unknown

BBC2 D Energy

Bjork, K-Klass, D Energy Bass

BBC2 Wild Palms (first episode)

Music by Ryurichi Sakamoto

Carlton The Beat

Grant Lee Buffalo, The Auters, Sid Boo Said


Tuesday 16th November 1993

Carlton The Hypnotic World of Paul McKenna

Beverley Craven


Wednesday 17th November 1993

Carlton Des O'Connor Tonight 8.00 - 9.00 pm

Elton John and Kiki Dee - True Love

Barry Manilow

Meridian Mariah Carey Special 11.10 pm - 12.10 am

BBC2 Rough Guide To Canada

The Barenaked Ladies


Thursday 18th November 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Tony Dortie

2 Unlimited - Maximum Overdrive

Crowded House - Nails In My Feet (live)

Lesley Garrett & Amanda Thompson - Ave Maria

Promo clips - Terence Trent D'Arby (and chart run down), Culture Beat, U2, Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, Sting, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Janet Jackson, Elton John & Kiki Dee

Meat Loaf - I'd Do Anything For Love number one (promo clip)


Friday 19th November 1993

Meridian Cue The Music

Nacii Griffith

C4 The Word (first in new series) 11.10 pm - 12.10 am

Pulp

Kim Wilde

Onyx

C4 Late Licence (first) 12.10 - 5:05 am

Channel Four attempting a Night Network type show

Hosted by Smash and Nicey

Ready Steady Go (repeat of compilation)

Seal In Concert (repeat of Dublin show)

C4 News

Iron Man performed at the Young Vic with Pete Townshend


Saturday 20th November 1993

BBC2 Late Again

Rickie Lee Jones

Meridian Saturday Disney

2 Unlimited

Meridian Live From London

Gary Numan live in 1984

C4 Late Licence

Featuring repeats of Eurotrash, The Word and Saturday Zoo

The Levellers Freak Show at Barrowlands

LWT The Royal Variety Performance 7.40 - 10.15

The Bee Gees, Right Said Fred, Billy Ray Cyrus, Lulu, Cilla Balck

BBC1 Live and Kicking

Belinda Carlisle


Sunday 21st November 1993

BBC1 The Disney Magic Special 4.00 - 5.15 pm

Harry Connick Jr, Take That & Lulu

BBC1 The O Zone

contents unknown

Meridian Live From London

Nazareth live in 1985

C4 High Interest: Selling Classical

with Malcolm McLaren


Monday 22nd November 1993

ITV Where Were You

John Kennedy documentary with Gerry Marsden

Carlton The Beat

The Dylans, The Auters, The Shamen


Tuesday 23rd November 1993

C4 Sesame Street

Billy Joel

Carlton The Hypnotic World of Paul McKenna

Mica Paris


Wednesday 24th November 1993

C4 Sesame Street

Ziggy Marley

Carlton Des O'Connor Show

Kim Wilde

Bad Boys Inc


Thursday 25th November 1993

C4 Sesame Street

Bobby McFerrin

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

NB Naughty By Nature might have been scheduled to appear

Host: Mark Franklin

K-Klass - Let Me Show You

The Wonder Stuff - Full Of Life

Heart - Will You Be There (in Toronto)

Belinda Carlisle - Lay Down Your Arms

Promo clips - Elton John & Kiki Dee (and chart run down), Janet Jackson, Aphex Twin, Kate Bush, The Doobie Brothers

Meat Loaf - I'd Do Anything For Love number one (promo clip)


Friday 26th November 1993

Meridian Cue The Music

Patti LaBelle

C4 The Word

Salad, Farside, Stakka Bo

C4 Late Licence

Ready Steady Go (repeat of compilation)

Motorway A Travelogue Through Italy. Music by Art of Noise

The Pogues Completely Pogued live at the Town and Country Club, London with Joe Strummer, Sreve Earle, Kirsty MacColl

BBC1 Children In Need

NB Some of the show is broadcast in 3D, but special glasses have to be used in order to view it

Pet Shop Boys (in 3D), Take That, East 17, The Bee Gees, Bad Boys Inc, Paul Young, The Blues Band, Mica Paris, The Christians


Saturday 27th November 1993

BBC1 Live and Kicking

East 17

Meridian What's Up Doc

The Bee Gees

ITV AIDS In A New Light 93 11.30 pm - 1.00 am

Elton John, Barry Manilow


Sunday 28th November 1993

BBC2 The O Zone

contents unknown

Meridian Paul Simon Special (NBC 1975)

C4 Snapshots 8.45 - 9.00 pm (repeat)

Bob Geldof in Dublin


Monday 29th November 1993

BBC2 D Energy

Lenny Kravitz, Adeva

Carlton The Beat

Utah Saints


Thursday 30th November 1993

BBC1 Omnibus: The Boy Next Door 10.30 - 11.20 pm

Boy George documentary

BBC2 The Hypnotic World of Paul McKenna

Gloria Estefan

C4 Without Walls 9.00 - 9.30 pm

Kicking The Habit: Jeannine Deckers 'The Singing Nun'

C4 After Midnight 1990 movie with Ian Dury


Wednesday 1st December 1993

Carlton Des O'Connor Tinight (in Hollywood)

Toni Braxton


Thursday 2nd December 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

NB Some of the show is broadcast in 3D, but special glasses have to be used in order to view it

Host: Tony Dortie

M People - Don't Look Any Further

U2 - Stay (visuals from 3D travelogue and chart run down)

Bjork - Big Time Sensuality (in Renne, France)

East 17 - It's Alright

Take That - Babe (in 3D)

The Bee Gees - For Whom The Bell Tolls (visuals from 3D travelogue)

Village People - YMCA (visuals from 3D travelogue)

Promo clips - Mr Blobby, Snoop Doggy Dogg

Meat Loaf - I'd Do Anything For Love number one (promo clip)

BBC1 Beverley Craven In Sessions 11.25 pm 12.20 am


Friday 3rd December 1993

BBC2 The Man From U.N.C.L.E.: The Flying Saucer Affair aka The Take Me To Your Leader Affair (repeat)

with Nancy Siantra

Meridian Cue The Music

Song Of The Sun

C4 Late Licence

Ready Steady Go (repeat of compilation)

Red Hot and Blue (repeat)

C4 The Word

K7, Stereolab


Saturday 4th December 1993

Meridian What's Up Dock

Go West

BBC1 Live and Kicking

M People, Bus

C4 Safe TV

Bitty McLean

C4 Late Licence

repeats of The Word, Saturday Zoo

Here and Now - documentary on British Jazz

Weekender - Flowered Up video 1992

ITV Saturday Disney

Bad Boys Inc


Sunday 5th December 1993

BBC1 Smash Hits Poll Winners Party 3.00 - 4.35 pm

Host: Andi Peters

Take That, East 17, 2 Unlimited, Bad Boys Inc, Apache Indian, Fresh Prince (Will Smith), Bjork

BBC2 The O Zone

contents unknown

Scottish Disney Club

Belinda Carlisle


Monday 6th December 1993

BBC2 D Energy

M People, Lisa Stansfield, D Ream, General Levy

Carlton The Beat

Pop Will Eat Itself, Grant Lee Buffalo, The Utah Saints, The Dylans, Passion Fruit and Holy Bread


Tuesday 7th December 1993

C4 The Velvet Underground trailer with Deborah Harry


Wednesday 8th December 1993

BBC1 Pebble Mill

Gerrard Kenny

Carlton Des O'Connor Tonight

Diana Ross, Lisa Stansfield

ITV GMTV

Alf Bicknell (John Lennon's chauffeur) interview


Thursday 9th December 1993

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Mark Franklin

Bad Boys Inc - Walking On Air

The Bee Gees - For Whom The Bell Tolls (in New York by one of the bridges)

Dina Carroll - The Perfect Year

Cliff Richard - Healing Love

Promo clips - Prince (and chart run down), Gabrielle, UB40, Blind Melon, Pet Shop Boys, Cypress Hill

Mr Blobby - Mr Blobby number one (promo clip)


Friday 10th December 1993

BBC1 David Bowie Black Tie White Noise 11.20 pm - 12.15 am

Live at the Hollywood Centre, Los Angeles May 1993

BBC1 The Man Who Fell To Earth 1976 movie with David Bowie

Meridian Cue The Music

Michael Brecker, John Abercrombie

C4 The Word

Snoop Doggy Dogg, Take That, Chaka Demus & Pliers, St Etienne

C4 Absolute Beginners 1986 with David Bowie, Ray Davies, Sade etc

C4 Late Licence

Ready Steady Go (repeat of compilation)

Red Hot and Movin' 4.10 - 5.05 am

with Cookie Crew, Rebel MC, 11.59, Raggy Twins


Saturday 11th December 1993

BBC1 / ITN News

Jimi Hendrix death re-investigation with Noel Redding and Moika Dannerman

BBC1 Live and Kicking

Bad Boys Inc

Meridian What's Up Doc

Take That

C4 Peel Slowly and See 10.00 pm - 5.50 am

Deborah Harry introduces the all night Velvet Underground special

10.10 pm Curious - The Velvet Underground in Europe

11.10 pm Velvet Redux - Live MCMXCIII

12.05 am Coyote (listed as a separate song, but a part of Redux)

12.15 am Chelsea Girls an introduction

12.30 am Chelsea Girls 1967 Andy Worhol movie with Nico

4.20 am Songs For Drella (repeat)

5.20 am The Gift

5.40 am - end Sunday Morning (early footage)

Plus appearances by Bono, Peter Buck, Ian McCulloch, Peter Hook


Sunday 12th December 1993

BBC2 The O Zone

Bad Boys Inc, East 17, Village People

Granada Curves, Contours and Body Horns 10.45 - 11.45 pm

Documentary about The Fender Stratocaster with Hank Marvin, Niles Rodgers, Eric Clapton, Mark Knopfler, Bryan Adams, Richie Sambora, Keith Richards, Bonnie Raiit, Paul Rodgers, Chris Rea, Sonny Curtis, Buddy Guy, George Harrison, Dweezil Zappa, David Gilmout, Nils Lofgren, Jimmy Vaughan, Tony Joe White, Steve Miller, Jeff Lynne, Robin Trower


Monday 13th December 1993

C4 Sesame Street

En Vogue

BBC2 D Energy

Alison Limerick, Ice T, Inner City

BBC2 What Price Victory 1988 movie with Mac Davis

Carlton The Beat

CNN live at the Astoria, London


Tuesday 14th December 1993

BBC2 The Late Show (Music 1992 1993)

Les Negress Verts - Get Some Wood

Carlene Anderson - Mama Said

Jackson Browne - Miles Away

P J Harvey - Dress

Sharon Shannon

Mark O'Connor

Don Bryan

Suzanne Vega - Blood Makes Noise

Morrissey - You're The One For Me Fatty

Suede - The Drowners

The Five Blind Boys of Alabama

Lyle Lovett - I've Been To Memphis

Iggy Pop - Louie Louie

Rage Against The Machine - Bullet In Your Head

Tony Bennett - One More For The Road

Simply Red - I Didn't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance

Meridian What A Crazy World 1963 movie with Joe Brown, Marty Wilde


Wednesday 15th December 1993

BBC1 Depeche Mode Devotional 11.55 pm - 12.45 am

BBC2 Along The Ridgeway 10.20 - 10.30 pm

Marianne Faithfull retraces her favourite walk

Carlton Des O'Connor Tonight

Barry Manilow, Cilla Black, Pet Shop Boys


Thursday 16th December 1993

BBC1 Pebble Mill

Gerrad Kenny

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Tony Dortie

Chaka Demus and Pliers - Twist and Shout

East 17 - It's Alright

Diana Ross - Your Love (in Paris)

Haddaway - I Miss You (at Disney World, Florida)

Promo clips - Meat Loaf (and chart run down), EYC, K7, Michael Jackson, Cliff Richard, Regina Belle & Peabo Bryson, Ice-T, New order, Frankie Goes To Hollywood

Take That - Babe number one

BBC1 Moonstruck 1987 movie with Cher


Friday 17th December 1993

C4 News

Bono interview

C4 Short Stories: Snappers with Diana Ross, Simon LeBon

C4 The Word

Gabrielle, Thumb

BBC2 The Late Show: Frank Zappa 1940 - 1993 (repeat of Frank Zappa interview)

C4 Late Licence

Hosts: Jools Holland, Paula Yates

Sign O'The Times Prince concert movie

Ready Steady Go (repeat of compilation)

Zoo TV with U2

BBC1 Pebble Mill

Status Quo on the road


Saturday 18th December 1993

BBC1 Live and Kicking

Take That

Meridian Inxs 1.25 - 2.15 am

C4 Late Licence

Repeats of The Word, Saturday Zoo

C4 Four Mations 8.00 - 9.00 pm

Includes Daumier's Law with music by Paul McCartney


Sunday 19th December 1993

BBC2 The O Zone

Take That

BBC2 The Money Programme

The Pop Music industry with Cliff Richard, The Bootleg Beatles


Monday 20th December 1993

C4 Sesame Street

Billy Joel

BBC2 D Energy

Jamiroquai, Sub Sub, Michelle Gayle

Carlton The Beat

Kingmaker at The Astoria, London


Tuesday 21st December 1993

BBC2 The Late Show Special

Vivian Stanshall: The Early Years 10.10 - 10.25 pm

C4 RuPaul's Christmas Ball 10.00 - 11.05 PM

with Little Richard, Nirvana, Belinda Carlisle, Elton John, Boy George, Eartha Kitt, LaToya Jackson, Fred Schneider


Wednesday 22nd December 1993

BBC2 Songs of Praise (repeat)

Cliff Richard Tearfund

Carlton Des O'Connor Tonight

Take That, Dina Carroll

Meridian This Is Mariah Carey 3.00 - 4.00 am

C4 The Complete Story of Tina Turner 9.00 - 10.00 pm

with Cher, Mick Jagger, David Bowie, Mark Knopfler, Elton John

C4 Heavy Petting 1988 movie with David Bowie, John Oates, Laurie Anderson

ITN News

Michael Jackson's TV statement article


Thursday 23rd December 1993

C4 Sesame Street

Queen Latifah

C4 The Oprah Winfrey Show

Michael Bolton, Liza Minnelli, Tony Bennett

BBC1 Top Of The Pops

Host: Mark Franklin

K7 - Come Baby Come

St Etienne - I Was Born On Christmas Day

Shabba Ranks - Family Affair (in New York)

Dina Carroll - Perfect Year

EYC - Feelin' Alright

Promo clips - The Bee Gees (and chart run down), Whitney Houston, Hulk Hogan & Green Jelly

Mr Bobby - Mr Blobby number one (promo clip)

Meridian Donahue

Neil Diamond

BBC2 Christmas Time In Vienna 8.00 - 9.00 pm

with Dionne Warwick

BBC1 Erasure 11.55 pm - 12.45 am

Live in 1993

BBC2 The Secret Adventures of Tom Thumb 9.30 - 10.30 am

Music by John Paul Jones

C4 This Is Garth Brooks (repeat)


Friday 24th December 1993 Christmas Eve

BBC1 Joy To The World

Cliff Richard

BBC2 Have I Got News For You

Bob Geldof on the panel

LWT The South Bank Show: Cliff Richard

with The Shadows, Jack Good

C4 The Crystal Maze Kids Special

hosted by Eddie Tenpole Tudor

C4 Twist movie with Hank Ballard, Chubby Checker, Dee Dee Sharpe, Joey Dee, Gladys Horton (The Marvelettes)

C4 Tina Turner: What's Love, Live 9.00 - 10.00 pm

Blockbuster Stadium, San Bernadino 15th September 1993

C4 Camp Christmas

Andy Bell, Melissa Ethridge, Jimmy Sommerville

C4 Diana Ross, The Lady Sings 11.05 pm - 12.10 am

Live In New York


Saturday 25th December 1993 Christmas Day 2.00 - 3.00 pm

West End & Sybil - The Love I Lost

2 Unlimited - No Limits

Snow - Informer

The Bluebells - Young At Heart

Ace of Base - All That She Wants

Gabrielle - Dreams

Take That - Pray, & Lulu - Relight My Fire

Bitty McLean - Keeps Raining

M People - Move It On Up

Meat Loaf - I'd Do Anything For Love (live video clip)

Promo clips - various

Mr Blobby - Mr Blobby number one (promo clip)

BBC1 Noel's Christmas Presents

The Hollies - He Ain't Heavy

BBC1 The Two Ronnies (repeat 1985)

Phil Collins

ITV Saturday Disney

Bad Boys Inc

BBC1 Back To The Future III movie with Z Z Top

Meridian What's Up Doc

Take That

Gary Glitter

BBC1 Morecambe and Wise Christmas Show (repeat 1977)

Elton John


Sunday 26th December 1993

BBC2 Reindeer Rock (repeat)

C4 Take That Live at Wembley 10.25 - 11.35 am

BBC1 Christmas Presence

with Cliff Richard

BBC1 Neil Diamond's Christmas Special (repeat)

BBC2 Rod Stewart Unplugged

LWT Dame Edna in Hollywood 9.00 - 10.00 pm

Ringo Starr - MCs the show, Act Naturally

C4 The Ghosts of Oxford Street (repeat)


Monday 27th December 1993 Boxing Day

ITV Cliff Richard In Concert 12.30 - 1.30 pm

Live at Wembley 1993

C4 Sesame Street

Randy Travis

BBC1 The Princess of Wales Concert of Hope 11.10 pm - 12.40 am

Live at Wembley December 1993

Introduced by David Bowie

George Michael, k d lang, Mick Hucknall

BBC2 At Home With Vic and Bob

Shooting Stars with Noddy Holder

Christmas With Rutland Weekend Television (repeat 26th December 1975) with George Harrison

Carlton The Beat Christmas Cracker

Suede, Jesus Jones, Bjork, The Cure, The Spin Doctors, Nirvana, The Wonder Stuff, Radiohead, Mica Paris, Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine, Stereo MCs, 808 State

C4 New York Stories 1989 movie with Peter Gabriel (in Life Lessons)


Tuesday 28th December 1993

BBC2 The Country Music Awards 12.15 - 1.50 am

Vince Gill, Clint Black, Dwight Yoakam, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Garth Brooks, Honky Tonk Angels, Willie Nelson etc

Meridian 1993 World Music Awards (repeat)

C4 Ready Steady Go Motown Special 12.15 - 1.15 am (repeat 28th April 1965)

Plus related clips from Ready Steady Go


Wednesday 29th December 1993

BBC1 This Is Michael Bolton 12.35 - 1.30 am

C4 Harry Connick Jr 8.30 - 9.30 pm

Live at the Paramount Theatre, New York

C4 Desperately Seeking Roger (repeat)


Thursday 30th December 1993

C4 Apollo Theatre Hall of Fame 11.45 pm - 1.45 am

Diana Ross, Eric Clapton, Smokey Robinson, Ray Charles, Buddy Guy, Al Green, Regina Belle, Bryan Adams


Friday 31st December 1993 New Year's Eve

BBC1 Clive James on 1993

Diana Ross - collects Woman Of The Year award, Chain Reaction

BBC1 Hogmanay Live 12.10 - 1.00 am

Bonnie Raitt, Midge Ure, Mary Black, Aly Bain, Paul Brady

BBC2 The White Heather Club 7.25 - 7.55 pm (repeat)

Andy Stewart, Joe Gordon Folk Four

BBC2 Lulu's Big Show 6.30 - 7.35 pm

Al Green, Jamiroquai, Eternal, Billy Joel

BBC2 Slamdance 1987 movie with Adam Ant

BBC2 Jools Holland's Hootnanny 12.00 - 1.00 am

Sting, The Gypsy Kings, Sly and Robbie, Dina Carroll, Chaka Demus and Pliers, Junior Brown, Paul Young, Freddie MacGrgor, Vivian Stanshall (seen in audience), Courtney Pine, Rico Rodriguez

BBC2 One Trick Pony 1980 movie with Paul Simon

LWT In The Hot Seat 10.30 - 11.30 pm

25 years of chat shows on London Weekend

Paul McCartney & Tracy Ullman (Aspel and Company), Marc Bolan (Harty), David Bowie (Harty)

C4 Opening Shots 7.05 - 7.35 pm

Suede live in Brighton

C4 Ready Steady Go (repeat of 9th January 1993 compilation)

C4 UB40 A Family Affair The Documentary (repeat)

C4 Madstock The Movie (repeat)

Madness