Episode 3 “1982” Air Date 02/11/22: The greatest pop videos of 1982. A visual celebration of the best ’80s music, from ABC, Depeche Mode, Dexys Midnight Runners and Culture Club through to Tears for Fears and Yazoo. Significant segments on Haircut 100, Duran Duran, WHAM! and Adam Ant.
Exclusive interviews with: Robert Elms writer of The Face and NME Magazines circa 1981 to 1990, Chris Foreman of Madness, Dave Robinson music video Director for “Our House”, “House of Fun”, “It Must Be Love” by Madness also “The Clapping Song” by The Belle Stars, Cheryl Baker of Bucks Fizz, Nick Heyward Frontman for Haircut 100, Paul Gambaccini Radio 1 DJ, 1980s & 90s, Tessa Niles Singer, Carol Decker Frontwoman of T’Pau, Shirley Kemp of Pepsi and Shirley, Toni Basil Singer, Toyah Willcox Singer, Kevin Adams of Dexys Midnight Runners, Julien Temple Music Video Director of “Come On Eileen” by Dexys Midnight Runners, “Do You Really Want To Hurt Me?” by Culture Club and “See You” by Depeche Mode and “Poison Arrow” by ABC (all of these songs which are discussed in depth in this documentary). Also features Dennis Seaton of Musical Youth, Don Letts Music Video Director and member of Big Audio Dynamite, Rick Buckler Drummer of THE JAM, Jenni Matthias Frontwoman for The Belle Stars, Francis Rossi of Status Quo, Andy Summers Guitarist of The Police, John Robb Journalist, Limahl Frontman of KajaGooGoo, Steve Levine Producer of Culture Club, Clare Grogan Frontwoman for Altered Images, Billy Ocean, Paul Young and Samantha Fox Singer & Model.
Running Time is 1 Hour 33 Minutes 57 Seconds