Video Killed the Radio Star: The Artist's View

Video Killed the Radio Star: The Artist's View
An insight into the making of a legendary music videos
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  • Season 6 Episode 13: The Synth Years

    Leading recording artists and video directors from the electronic music scene of the early 1980s look back on their influence on the music video boom. Russell Mulcahy talks about his promo for Ultravox's Vienna, Nick Rhodes and Simon Le Bon discuss getting Mulcahy on board for the Duran Duran single Planet Earth, and OMD's Andy McCluskey and director Steve Barron reflect on the video for Maid of Orleans. Writer Robert Elms, director Tim Pope, musician Herbie Hancock, the Human League's Phil Oakey and Spandau Ballet's Gary Kemp also comment on the videos that ushered in the MTV era

  • Season 6 Episode 12: Frankie Goes to Hollywood

    Director Kevin Godley and author and former ZTT publicist Paul Morley reflect on the controversial and hugely successful videos for Frankie Goes to Hollywood chart-toppers Relax and Two Tribes, as well as the promo for single The Power of Love, which missed out on the 1984 Christmas number one to Band Aid's Do They Know It's Christmas?

  • Season 6 Episode 11: Blur

    An insight into the making of videos by Blur, who worked with a different director on each of their videos. In archive interviews, Damon Albarn, Dave Rowntree and Alex James reflect on the film for Parklife, which featured actor Phil Daniels as a double-glazing salesman, and the video for Country House, which starred Keith Allen and was directed by artist Damien Hirst. The programme also examines Jonathan Glazer's promo for The Universal, and Hammer & Tongs' film for Coffee & TV, which told the story of a milk carton going in search of guitarist Graham Coxon

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