Performs I Wanna Be Around and sings back-up on My Sweet Lord at the New Year's Eve Hootenanny show, taped December 15, 2002. I Wanna Be Around was released on the Hootenanny DVD by Jools Holland (2003).
He performed with his band latter on that day. Some footage of the concert can be found on the unreleased promo DVD was made for the HoboSapiens album.
Free concert at St. Luke's, London. Taped by BBC4 October 26, 2003. First broadcasted December 9, 2003. Running time: 58 minutes. Rebroadcasted quite a few times.
Plays Perfect on the November 11 broadcast of Later With Jools Holland.
Features in the Don Letts' documentary Punk: Attitude. First broadcasted on Channel 4 (UK). The documentary places the roots of punk in the sixties (The Velvets, MC5, Stooges). Released as 2 discs DVD set.
An awkward 30 minute interview on the Spraakmakers show on Canvas. They also showed the video for Perfect.
Rock-Legende: John Cale Zum 65. Geburtstag des britischen Artrockers.
Interview and two songs were filmed at the Backstage, Munich, Germany, March 1. Running time: 7 minutes.
Features in episode 2 and 3 of the BBC Series Seven Ages of Rock. Episode 2 White Light, White Heat about art rock has a few quotes about implementing the drone within the music of the Velvet Underground and the light show during the Exploding Plastic Inevitable mulitmedia extravaganza. In episode 3 Blank Generation about punk he talks about producing Horses for the Patti Smith Group.
A short interview on the New Zealand TV show Nightline. Contains snippets of the Perfect video and Deborah Harry introducing Sunday Morning on the 1993 Peel Slowly And See... Channel 4 show. Cale is interviewed upstairs in an antique shop, patiently going through the motions. Interview conducted by David Farrier.
Serves as host for the Week In Week Out program about heroin use in Wales. He interviews users and talks about his own drug use in the sixties and beyond. He watches footage of his 1984 Rockpalast show.
Interview on The Culure Show discussing the Paris 1919 show in Cardiff, the heritage of the Velvet Underground and his career in general. Uses footage of the 1998 John Cale documentary.