1. UKTV Ch. 4 Favouritism Boy George’s Queerest TV Moments 06/09/2005: Boy George counts down his personal top 19 favourite gay television moments. BG host the show from the back of a posh car. First on the list (no surprise) David Bow at #19 followed by “Tom Jones on Happiness Island” at #18 and so on. Other highlights on the countdown include: the film “Can’t Stop The Music” by the Village People, Culture Club’s acceptance speech at The 26th Annual Grammy Awards, Julian Clary on the 1993 Comedy Awards along with an actual interview with Julian and executive Producer of the program Michael Hurll. Also included in the countdown UK TV Series Footballers Wives, Dennis Rodman book signing dressed as a bride and Sports Broascaster Steve Bunce is interviewed by BG who comment on Rodman. Later in the countdown is the “Making of The 2005 Calendar for DIEVX DV Stade Calender featuring Christopher Durand. #11 finds the first appearance of Culture Club on TV for The BBC program Top Of The Pops, An Episode of Sex In the City, Samantha Fox music video “Touch Me” and includes a new interview with Samantha Fox conducted by BG. Later in the lis includes David Becham, Take That’s Music Video for “Do What You Like” and ”Wham’s “Club Tropicana” Music Video and much more.
2. Whatever Happened To The Gender Benders? 10/25/2005: The secret history of the new romantic rebellion that changed the face of world culture, before spiraling into a vortex of drug addiction and death. Includes rare footage of the New Romantics. Also includes footage of Steve Strange in the recording studio and Boy George live in concert. Features interviews with Boy George of Culture Club, Martin Kemp and Steve Norman from Spandau Ballet, Marc Almond of Soft Cell, Marilyn, Rusty Egan Blitz Club DJ, Steve Strange of Visage, Philip Salon Gender Bender, Blitz Club Regulars Steven Linnard, Rosemary Turner and Pinkietessa, Broadcaster Robert Elms, Journalist Rick Sky and Squatters Chris Sullivan and Princess Julia.
3. Friday Night with Jonathan Ross 11/25/05: Live performance with BG and Anthony of Anthony and The Johnsons
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