Jools’ Annual Hootenanny With performances by John Cooper Clarke and Hugh Cornwell, Chaka Khan, Christine and the Queens, Roy Wood, Rag’n’Bone Man, Gregory Porter, Martin Fry’s ABC, UB40 featuring Ali Campbell, Astro and Mickey Virtue, Seasick Steve, Caravan Palace, Imelda May, and Ruby Turner, plus appearances by a host of celebrities. http://bbc.in/2gpmBlI Photos: ‘Jools’ Annual Hootenanny’ TV show, Maidstone rexfeatures.com
22/07/1982 Top of the Pops Simon Bates presents the weekly chart show, first broadcast on 22 July 1982. Includes appearances from The Belle Stars, Madness, Bananarama, The Brat, Trio, Junior, The Stranglers, Dollar and Irene Cara. Also includes a dance performance from Zoo. http://bbc.in/2ecoult
Watching #totp82 on BBC4. Remember when we didn't trust The Stranglers because they were "old". They look young now.— Mark DJD Martin (@djdaddums) 3 November 2016
#totp With the exception of The Stranglers it makes you realise how bad things were musically in 1982. Good God! Please make it stop!— Christopher Oldfield (@CW_Oldfield) 3 November 2016
The Vintage TV Sessions: Episode 12
In The Dead Of Night
The Artie Lange Show - Hugh Cornwell Performs "God Is A Woman"
Through the night with Westbam and Hugh Cornwell (ex-Stranglers)
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Totem & Taboo
Jo Whiley presents a special all-music edition including new books by, or about, Mick Jagger, Pete Townshend and John Lennon. Hugh Cornwell plays a track from his new album.
Hugh Cornwell - Totem & Taboo - The Review Show
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