BBC Four shows Cale's performance of Heartbreak Hotel on what would have been Elvis' 75th birthday. Footage from The Later Show (1989) with BJ Cole on slide guitar.
Portuguese tv shows a program called Músico e compositor. Possibly a screening of the 1998 John Cale documentary.
Broadcast of the Sevens Songs To Leave Behind show at the Melbourne Festival (October 23, 2010): Heartbreak Hotel, Letter From Abroad, Dirty Ass Rock 'n' Roll, Magritte, Fear Is A Man's Best Friend, Pablo Picasso and Hallelujah.
Performs I Wanna Talk 2 U on the October 9 broadcast of Later With Jools Holland. A longer version aired three days later with two more songs: Scotland Yard and Guts plus a short interview during which a bit of the November 26, 1992 performance of Hallelujah is shown.
Cale is interviewed on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. The War On Drugs’ Dave Hartley (Nightlands / Oak Island) and Robbie Bennett were among the musicians for I Wanna Talk 2 U. He performs Venus In Furs as a web exclusive with the house band of the show.
Capriccio, a program series broadcasted on the Bayrisches Fernsehen, airs a half hour John Cale portrait and interview.
Guest star in the Sorrowsworn episode of the FX tv series The Bridge, directed by Stefan Schwartz. He plays a caravan seller.
Interview on the Belgian tv show Reyers laat about the Christmas Truce music, The Velvet Underground, Lou Reed - December 16, 2014.
Features in the BBC4 program Joy of the Cover Version - November 6, 2015, discussing his definitive version of Hallelujah.
Interview with Channel 4 News. He discusses presidential candidate Donald Trump, and the death of
On June 11, 2016 French-German Arte broadcasted the almost complete show. White Light / White Heat (w/ Carl Barât and Pete Doherty) and European Son (w/ Carl Barât and Pete Doherty) traded places - and Lady Godiva's Operation (w/ Saul Williams) and The Gift are missing: