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Local listings for: Virginia [Set TV Provider]
Monday, December 22 2014
  • Time Show
    • 4:30am
      Gary Moore: Blues for Jimi

      A 2007 concert from the London Hippodrome in which blues guitarist Gary Moore performs a selection of classic Jimi Hendrix tracks, including Foxy Lady, Hey Joe and Voodoo Child (Slight Return)

    • in 18 mins
      Bob Dylan: The Folk Years

      Drawing on rare footage of Bob Dylan in performance, this documentary explores the factors that shaped the musician's early career and deals with the thorny issue of acoustic versus electric. Featuring archive performances of Baby, Please Don't Go, Hard Times in New York Town, Lonesome Whistle Blues, Fixin' to Die, Man of Constant Sorrow, Blowin' in the Wind, A Hard Rain's a-Gonna Fall and The Times They Are a-Changin'

    • 8:30am
      South Bank Show OriginalsSeason 1 Episode 25: Sting

      Melvyn Bragg revisits his 1996 profile of the singer, in which he talked about his upbringing next to a ship yard in north-east England, as well as speaking about of his song-writing inspirations and process. Alongside these interview clips, jazz pianist Kenny Kirkland discusses his collaborations with the singer-songwriter, while composer Howard Goodall dissects the influences he hears in Sting's song Fields of Gold

    • 9:30am
      Cirque Berzerk

      A performance by the Los Angeles-based alternative circus troupe that serves up a mysteriously sinister and thrilling display of fire-eating, hula-hooping and trampolining

    • 11:00am
      Nobel Peace Prize Concert 2014

      Queen Latifah welcomes a selection of artists from around the world onto the stage of Oslo City Hall for a special tribute to this year's laureates Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousafzai. The concert featured performances by Gabrielle Leithaug, Seinabo Sey, Steven Tyler, Ustad Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, Laura Mvula, Girls of the World, Amjad Ali Khan and Bolly Flex

    • 12:00pm
      Chris Isaak Christmas: A Soundstage Special Event

      The singer-songwriter is joined by Michael Bublé, Brian McKnight and Stevie Nicks for a concert of festive songs. Including renditions of classics Let it Snow!, White Christmas and Santa Claus Is Coming to Town, as well as Brightest Star, Christmas on TV, Hey Santa and Washington Square, which were written by Isaak

    • 1:00pm
      Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away

      A series of performances by the Canadian circus troupe, linked by a fantasy love story. A woman watching a performance by a trapeze artist is instantly smitten. She rushes to his aid when a stunt goes wrong, but they are both pulled into a strange magical world, and must find their way back to each other. With Erica Linz and Igor Zaripov

    • 2:45pm

      In a dance piece based on the opening sequence of Stomp, a group of street cleaners helps a lone sweeper tidy a city market

    • 3:00pm
      The Nutcracker

      Gary Avis, Meaghan Grace Hinkis and Ricardo Cervera star in this stunning performance of Tchaikovsky's magical ballet, recorded at the Royal Opera House in December 2012

    • 4:50pm
      Swan Lake at the Painted Hall

      English National Ballet performs an excerpt from Derek Deane's Swan Lake, Act IV, at the Old Royal Navy College at Greenwich, south-east London. Plus, interviews and behind-the-scenes footage

    • 5:00pm
      Portrait Artist of the YearSeason 2 Episode 7: Portrait Artist of the Year 2014

      The seven contestants who won through in the regional heats face their most daunting challenge yet as they paint a double portrait at the Royal Academy. They have eight hours to capture Anglican priest Sally Hitchiner and avowed atheist Richard Dawkins on the same canvas, aiming to impress judges Tai Shan Schierenberg, Kate Bryan and Kathleen Soriano and win one of three places in the final. Joan Bakewell and Frank Skinner present

    • 6:00pm
      Playhouse PresentsSeason 4 Episode 1: Marked

      Drowning in debt, out of a job and too scared to tell his family about his financial woes, James finds himself trapped in a suburban nightmare in the run-up to Christmas. When his neighbour Brian discovers his wife has been cheating on him, he takes advantage of James's situation and offers him a wad of cash to kill her lover. However, after breaking into his intended victim's home, he comes face to face with the last person he expected to see. Drama by Greg Ellis, starring Kiefer Sutherland, Stephen Fry and Kevin R McNally

    • 6:35pm
      Adam Buxton's BugSeason 1 Episode 8: EPISODE: 8

      Comedian and broadcaster Adam Buxton introduces a studio audience to a selection of the most interesting music videos he has found while surfing the internet. As well as discussing what caught his eye about the clips, he examines how online commenters have responded to them, and also presents videos he has created himself

    • 7:05pm
      Kate Bush: Sensual World

      In a rare interview with the Wuthering Heights singer from 1989, Kate Bush discusses her album The Sensual World and the influence of British director Alfred Hitchcock in her music videos, acting with Canadian star Donald Sutherland in Cloudbusting, plus footage from her performance at the Hammersmith Odeon that year

    • 7:35pm
      Classic AlbumsRush - 2112 Moving Pictures

      Alex Lifeson, Geddy Lee and Neil Peart of Canadian rock group Rush are joined by their former manager Ray Danniels and producer Terry Brown to discuss the making of their two most celebrated albums, 2112 and Moving Pictures. They talk about the influences behind the band's sound and lyrics, as well as their turbulent rise to commercial success

    • 9:05pm
      Gary Moore: Blues for Jimi

      A 2007 concert from the London Hippodrome in which blues guitarist Gary Moore performs a selection of classic Jimi Hendrix tracks, including Foxy Lady, Hey Joe and Voodoo Child (Slight Return)

    • 10:35pm
      Gary Moore: One Night in Dublin

      A 2005 concert by the Northern Irish blues guitarist. He is joined on stage by Brian Robertson, Scott Gorham and Eric Bell to pay tribute to their former Thin Lizzy bandmate Phil Lynott, who died in 1986. Songs performed include Emerald, The Boys Are Back in Town and Whiskey in the Jar

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