80s Greatest Pop Videos 1983 DVD 2022 Documentary Series Episode 4 of 10 Exclusive Interviews with: Bucks Fizz, Andy Summers Guitarist of The Police, Tom Bailey of Thompson Twins, Toyah Willcox, Paul Young, The Belle Stars, Musical Youth, T’Pau, Toni Basil, Limahl of KajaGooGoo, Steve Norman of Spandau Ballet, Pete Waterman of Stock Aitken and Waterman, Don Letts with Directors: Steve Barron and Kevin Godley and MORE!


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Episode 4 Air Date 02/18/22: “1983”: The greatest pop videos of 1983. A visual celebration of the best ’80s music, from Elton John and Eurythmics through Bonnie Tyler and Tracey Ullman. Navigate segments on Thompson Twins and Paul Young as they are profiled twice in this documentary for two different music videos each. Other highlights include Kajagoogoo, Duran Duran, Culture Club and the Police

Exclusive interviews with: Shirley Kemp of Pepsi and Shirley, Robert Elms writer of The Face and NME Magazines circa 1981 to 1990, Cheryl Baker of Bucks Fizz, Andy Summers Guitarist of The Police, Tom Bailey Frontman for the Thompson Twins, Tessa Niles Singer, John Robb Journalist, Kevin Godley (of directing team Godley & Creme) Music Video Directors for “Every Breath You Take” by The Police and “Victims” by Culture Club (both music videos of these music videos are profiled in this documentary), Paul Gambaccini Radio 1 DJ, 1980s, Arlene Phillips choreographer for music video “I’m Still Standing” by Elton John, Toyah Willcox Singer, Paul Young, Judd Lander (played Hermonica for song “Karma Chameleon” from Culture Club), Jenni Matthias Frontwoman for The Belle Stars, Ross Cameron (Pop Video Producer), Dennis Seaton of Musical Youth, Mick Wall Music Journalist, Carol Decker Frontwoman of  T’Pau, Dave Robinson music video Director for “They Don’t Know” by Tracey Ullman, Toni Basil Singer, Limahl Frontman of KajaGooGoo, Tessa Niles Singer, Steve Norman Saxophonist and Percussionist of Spandau Ballet, Pete Waterman of producing team Stock Aitken and Waterman, Steve Barron Music Video Director for Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean” and Don Letts Music Video Director and member of Big Audio Dynamite.

Running Time is 1 Hour 33 Minutes 57 Seconds

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