Video Appearances - 1984

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Post 31-Dec-2012 19:08

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Looks like everything is posted here in one form or another. Please make any additions or corrections as needed
26 January - Top Of The Pops (UK, BBC1)

What Difference Does It Make? (Hearing Aid Only)

27th January - The Tube
Interview
6 February - Y.E.S. (UK, BBC North West)

What Difference Does It Make? 

This Night Has Opened My Eyes

9 February - Top Of The Pops (UK, BBC1)


What Difference Does It Make? (Hearing Aid and Glasses
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10 February - Oxford Road Show (UK, BBC2)


What Difference Does It Make? 

16 March - The Tube (UK)

Hand In Glove 

Still Ill 

Barbarism Begins At Home
18 March - Elektron Pop (Belgium) 

What Difference Does It Make? 

Interview with Morrissey & Marr
19 March - Sheffield City Hall (live performance website download)
Instrumental track (unknown)
Reel Around The Fountain
Barbarism Begins At Home
Still Ill
Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now
Hand In Glove
This Charming Man
What Difference Does It Make?
Back To The Old House
Handsome Devil
31 March - Earsay (UK)

Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now 
Hand In Glove (Sandie Shaw) 

7 April - Datarun (UK, ITV) 
interview
Still Ill (soundcheck excerpt March - Manchester Free Trade Hall )
This Charming Man (acoustic)
Hand In Glove (soundcheck excerpt March - Manchester Free Trade Hall )
25th April - Rock Around The Clock
Morrissey Answering Phones
26 April - Top Of The Pops (UK, BBC1)

Hand In Glove (Sandie Shaw and The Smiths without Morrissey) 

4 May - Hamburg - Rockpalast (TV Appearance)
Hand In Glove
Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now
Girl Afraid
This Charming Man
Pretty Girls Make Graves
Still Ill
Barbarism Begins At Home
This Night Has Opened My Eyes
Miserable Lie
You've Got Everything Now
Handsome Devil
What Difference Does It Make?
These Things Take Time
This Charming Man
Hand In Glove
Barbarism Begins At Home
6 May - Formel Eins (Germany) 

Hand In Glove (by Sandie Shaw) 

18 May - Les Enfants Du Rock (France)

Girl Afraid (live at the El Dorado, Paris 09/05/84)

Interview with Morrissey & Marr
Still Ill (live at the El Dorado, Paris 09/05/84)

Barbarism Begins At Home (live at the El Dorado, Paris 09/05/84)

25 May - Eight Days A Week (UK)
George Michael, Tony Blackburn and a very uncomfortable Morrissey get together to review singles (inc Everything But The Girl), books and films.
26 May - Pop Quiz
Morrissey appears as a contestant

31 May - Top Of The Pops (UK, BBC1)


Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now 

7 June - Earsay (BBC 2)
Interview With Morrissey
14 June 1984 - Top Of The Pops (UK, BBC1)

Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now 

16 June- S.P.L.A.T. / Charlie's Bus (UK)

Jeane (Sandie Shaw, acoustic) 

A bus ride with Morrissey, Marr, Sandie Shaw and kids
19 June - Glastonbury
Morrissey Interview
7th July - Earsay
Interview
30 August - Top Of The Pops (UK, BBC1) 

William, It Was Really Nothing
1st December - Versailles Paris - TV Appearance
William it was really nothing
what she said
nowhere fast
reel around the fountain
heaven knows im miserable now
how soon is now
still ill
rusholme ruffians
this charming man
barbarism begins at home
i want the one cant have
hand in glove
what diffrence does it make
handsome devil
miserable lie


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Post 01-Jan-2013 23:51 (after 1 day 4 hours)

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25th May 1984 - Eight Days A Week
Discussion programme, with Morrissey, Tony Blackburn and george Michael discussing the latest releases. There's a 4.30 clip on youtube of them all discussing the new Everything But The Girl single, but I've not seen the full programme around. I seem to remember them discussing something about Joy Division too :)
I think that Pop Quiz was on the 26th ...
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Post 02-Jan-2013 00:00 (after 8 minutes)

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I remember watching this clip years back..thanks!
And I'll correct the date on Pop Quiz.
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Post 02-Jan-2013 22:00 (after 22 hours)

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According to Songs That Saved Your Life, Earsay was broadcast on the 9th. Also it lists 16th June for SPLAT (Charlie's Bus).
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Post 03-Jan-2013 14:56 (after 16 hours)

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Are we saying that Earsay was broadcasted in 9 march or 9 April of 1984?
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Post 03-Jan-2013 19:47 (after 4 hours)

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That's wrong. The original earsay piece (along with Sandy Shaw doing Hand In Glove) was broadcast on 31st March ... and then the longer interview broadcast on 7th July.
That's what's written on my original Video cassettes recorded off the TV ... with other appropriately dated stuff either side (I just used to record anything interesting onto a series of videos).
Also ... that's the date on Paul's cover for our original Video compilation (which were taken from his recordings)
Also I have Pop Quiz as 28th April and Eight Days A Week as 25th April (with Sandy Shaw doing hand in glove on TOTP on the 26th sandwiched between them on the tape).
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Post 03-Jan-2013 20:03 (after 15 minutes)

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Was the Eight Days A Week apperance included on any of the comps found on smithstorrents for download?
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Post 03-Jan-2013 23:13 (after 3 hours)

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FWIW, Goddard has it as these:
Earsay #1: 31st March
Earsay #2: 9th July
Pop Quiz: 26th May
Eight Days A Week: 25th May
Not saying they're correct.
In fact, let me make this simpler. Here is the appendix from Songs That Saved Your Life (revised).
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Post 04-Jan-2013 01:55 (after 2 hours 41 minute)

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thank you David..that's a great resource..I don't have the revised edition with the Appendix..
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Post 25-May-2013 18:48 (after 4 months 21 day)

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I was going to ask if 'Eight Days a Week' was torrented? It's hilarious for Morrissey's comments on Breakdance the Movie....
I have a copy of the full show on DVD, but it was a home transfer from a VHS (probably a 3rd gen copy) i picked up at a Record Fair. It does have a lot of TOTP performances on it that are on the Complete picture but the actual broadcast versions with original introductions. Is this of any interest to anyone. Though I'm sure Steve has something better!! My copy is flawed with a few colour dropouts... nothing horrendous though!
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Post 25-May-2013 21:58 (after 3 hours)

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I don't think Eight Days a Week is anywhere here. If it is, I it's unlisted. I did a search for 'eight' and drew a blank.
Here's a youtube clip. It finishes before Morrissey gets to commend on Breakdance the Movie.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LUNtOXVX8RA
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