Performs Leaving It Up to You and Fear.
Performs Paris 1919 with The Solider String Quartert and Sterling Morrison on guitar, followed by a brief chat with Jay Leno. According Cale this happened on November, 1992:
"In November 1992 I appeared on The Tonight Show and said the VU were going to get back together, for the money. I was joking. Money has always been a consequence of what we’ve done, not a goal. And it remains that way. What was ultimately gratifying was that people would get to see what contributions people other than Lou and I made to the sound we had. That was very important. They saw what role Sterling had, and reinforced everything they understood about Maureen."
Sweet Jane live at the Glastonbury Festival. Interview with Sterling & Moe.
Performs Heartbreak Hotel at Elvis - The Tribute Concert, live at The Pyramid Arena in Memphis, TN, USA.
Broadcast of the June 5, 1994 show recorded at the opening of the the Archa Theatre in Prague, collaborating with the Japanese dancer Min Tanaka. Partial setlist: Grandfather's House, Riverbank, Chinese Envoy, Broken Hearts, Cordoba, Fear Is A Man's Best Friend with part of brutal noisy solo on distortion Stratocaster.
Cale is interviewed about The Velvet Underground for the PBS series Rock & Roll. He is featured in Episode 7 (The Wild Side).
Performs Dancing Undercover on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno. BJ Cole on pedal steel.
Long running BBC documentary series Arena devoted an entire episode to the banana. Cale on the Andy Warhol cover.
Footage of the February 25 show at the Paradiso. Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The show was billed as With A Little Help From My Friends. He shared the stage with Siouxsie & The Creatures, Carol van Dijk (singer with Bettie Serveert) and Het Metropool Orkest conducted by Dick Bakker. Performs Chinese Envoy, Paris 1919 and Dying On The Vine with the Orchestra, Silent Spring with Carol van Dijk, and Murdering Mouth and I Was Me with Siouxsie. The footage is repeated regularly over the years on Dutch Television.
BBC Wales airs thr James Marsh directed documentary on their The Slate program.
Broadcast of a concert of the John Cale Trio at the Archa THeatre, Prague, May 20, 1998.
Interview conducted by Jack Docherty. Broadcasted on Channel 5.
John Cale, Nick Cave & Chrissie Hynde. Recorded live for the Songwriters Circle program at the Subterania Club, London UK, broadcasted by the BBC September 7, 1999. Recorded May 12, 1999.
The concept of this programme was having 3 singer songwriters meeting up only 1 hour before and to come up with a 1 hour acoustic set for filming. This was also broadcast by the digital/satellite arts channel UK Arena (now defunct) as "Later In The Round". This recording is from a recent re-broadcast on Australian TV.