Broadcasted on TVE2 December 2, 1981 on Musical Express. Rebroadcasted May 6, 2006 the TVE 50 Years Channel.
John Cale, Andy Summers, Ollie Halsall, Zanna Gregmar, Pere Colom & Miguel Figuerola.
Interview and (I Keep A) Close Watch live in Swedih TV show Casablanca.
Solo concert taped at the Zeche in Bochum, Germany, by WDR March 6, 1983 for the long running Rockpalast series. Risé Cale does the vocals on Risé, Sam And Rimsky-Korsakov. Released (without Risé, Sam And Rimsky-Korsakov) on 2CD, 2LP and 2DVD in 2010.
Two interviews on Australian TV, both with Jonathan Richman, his support act for the tour. Performs Chinese Envoy.
Live concert filmed at Prado del Rey (TVE Studio 1), Madrid, Spain - February 26, 1985 for the La Edad de Oro program. Broadcast live by TVE2.
Recorded live at the Estudios Ideal, Barcelona, Spain - March 1, 1985.
Performs Dying On The Vine. Note: some sources think this actually happened in March. They are wrong.
Documentary about the Velvets. Performs Thoughtless Kind. Contains footage of the January 13, 1966 Velvets show at the Annual Dinner of the New York Society for Clinical Psychiatry at Delmonico's Hotel, New York.
Performs Thoughtless Kind.
November 14th and 15th world premiere of The Falklands Suite at the Paradiso, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
It consists of four poems - There Was A Saviour, On A Wedding Anniversary, Lie Still, Sleep Becalmed and Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night - by the Welsh poet Dylan Thomas (1914-1953) set to music by Cale, and two instrumental interludes. The performances are filmed by the VPRO for Dutch TV.
Broadcast of a concert in Brussels (March 24)). Nico was the support act. She joined Cale on tage for A Child's Christmas In Wales. Songs in the broadcast: Win A Few, A Child's Christmas In Wales, I'm Waiting For The Man, Darling I Need You, Heartbreak Hotel, Guts.
Performs (I Keep A) Close Watch and Fear Is A Man's Best Friend on Dutch TV show Onrust, broadcasted by the VPRO. He is interviewed by Bram van Splunteren. The segment also contained a bit of footage from the Words For The Dying documentary.
Episode of The South Bank Show, a long running UK tv series. Members of NYV experimental noise rock Sonic Youth seem ill at ease when they ask Cale some rather bland questions about the Velvet Underground.
Cale is cast as an Aryan Leader (that is: a neo-nazi) in an episode of The Equalizer series named Race Traitors. Aired in the USA by CBS on June 11, 1989.