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Upcoming Appearances

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December, 1999

TV December 31, 1999, 19:00, Millenniumlotteriet, TV4, Sweden new 
Bowie will appear (in a pre-recorded segment from December 8) on Swedish television's Millennium Special on New Year's Eve. Host Lasse Kroner has challenged Bowie to a "guitar duel"

TV December 30, 1999, Big Breakfast, Channel 4, UK new Link
Bowie appears on the irreverent Channel 4 production, Big Breakfast.

TV December 12, 1999, 19:00, Inte Bara Blix, TV4, Sweden new 
Bowie will appear (in a pre-recorded segment from December 8) on the Swedish talk show hosted by Erik Blix

TV December 11, 1999, 19:00, Bingolotto, TV4, Sweden new 
Bowie will appear (in a pre-recorded segment from December 8) on one of Scandinavia's most widely watched television programs, "Bingolotto".

TV December 8, 1999, 22:00, Lene Johansen show, DR1, Denmark new 
Bowie will be interviewed by Danish tv hostess Lene Johansen the day after his Copenhagen concert.

TV December 5, 1999, 14:55, Quelli Che Il Calcio, RAIDue, Italy new Link
Bowie will be the guest of Fabio Fazio on RAIDue's Sunday afternoon show.

TV December 4, 1999, Later with Jools Holland, BBC 2, UK new Link
Bowie is interviewed and performs on the Later with Jools Holland show.

TV December 3, 1999, 22:30 GMT, Newsnight, BBC2, UK new Link
Bowie interviewed by Jeremy Paxman on BBC2's Newsnight

November, 1999

TV November 26, 1999, 23:59, Nulle Part Ailleurs (pt 2), Canal+, France new Link
The remaining four songs which Bowie performed live for his 'hours...' promo appearance on Nulle Part Ailleurs but which were not aired during the original show will now be aired at midnight on Friday, November 26

TV November 26, 1999, 18:00, TFI Friday, Channel 4, UK new Link
TFI Friday aired the Rebel Rebel live performance from October 8 (which was omitted from the original broadcast)

TV November 22, 1999, Guest Artist of the Month, Musique Plus, Montreal, Canada new Link
Bowie will appear on Montreal's Musique Plus channel as guest artist of the month for November

TV November 17, 1999, Rosie O'Donnell Show, Syndicated, USA new Link
Bowie appears as a guest on Rosie O'Donnell's talk show, which appears on various stations around the USA.

TV November 16, 1999, 23:59 ET, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, NBC, USA new Link
Bowie appears as a guest on Conan O'Brien's late night show, and will probably perform a musical number.

TV November 9, 1999, 18:00, Right About Now, Channel 4, UK new Link
A new variety program from Channel 4 which features a celebrity each week answering videotaped questions from fans. The premiere airing has David Bowie as the guest celebrity.

TV November 3, 1999, 18:00, Top Of The Pops 2, BBC2, UK new 
Bowie will perform pre-recorded performances of Survive and The Pretty Things Are Going To Hell, along with an interview by TOTP2 presenter Steve Wright

October, 1999

TV October 31, 1999, 22:00 ET, Hunger: The Diarist, Showtime Beyond, USA new Link
Bowie introduces this Tony Scott tale of a young witch who tries spell after spell to punish her ex-boyfriend because he jilted her for another woman. But the other woman comes along and unwittingly helps plan his demise.

TV October 30, 1999, 23:00 ET, Hunger: Bottle Of Smoke, TMN1, Canada new Link
Bowie introduces this Jean Beaudin-directed tale of a young woman who is willed her late aunt's possessions, including an antique bottle filled with an unusual smoke that grants its bearer sexual pleasures... at a terrible price. Starring Cathy Moriarty

TV October 28, 1999, 20:00, WB Radio Music Awards, WB, USA new Link
The inaugural WB Radio Music Awards show from Las Vegas will present Bowie with the first ever "Legend Award", and he will perform at least one song.

TV October 23, 1999, 23:00 ET, Hunger: Brass, TMN1, Canada new Link
Bowie introduces this Jeff Fazio-directed tale of the son of a deceased Satanist who inherits an old brass bed and a mirror, that reveals deep, dark secrets. Max Martini, Polly Shannon, David Schaap.

TV October 21, 1999, 20:30 , FrancaMente Me Ne Infischio, RAI UNO, Italy new Link
Bowie appears on Adrian Celentano's popular television showFrancamente Me Ne Infischio

TV October 20, 1999, Nulle Part Ailleurs, Canal+, France new Link
Bowie and band will appear on Canal+ Nulle Part Ailleurs

TV October 19, 1999, 23:45, Cosas Que Importan, TVE, Spain new Link
Bowie appears as a guest on this Spanish music program.

TV October 18, 1999, 22:00 ET, Storytellers - David Bowie, VH-1, USA new Link
The premiere airing of the VH-1 Storytellers episode which was taped on August 23 in New York City.

TV October 16, 1999, Wetten Dass, ZDF, Germany new Link
Bowie will appear live on the German-language music program "Wetten dass..." to promote his new album. It can be seen in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and almost anywhere in Europe with a satellite dish. Other guests include Tom Jones, Joe Cocker, Isabel Allende and others. The actual show will be filmed in Dornbirn, Austria.

TV October 15, 1999, 20:55, Les Années Tube, TF1, France new Link
Bowie was a guest on TF1's Les Annees Tube, singing Thursday'sChild live to a pre-recorded backing instrumental tape, and then giving a brief 10 minute interview with no new revelations other than confirmation that he will spend December 31 at home.

TV October 14, 1999, The New Music, CityTV, Canada new Link
Bowie appears in an interview conducted around the time of his Canadian MuchMusic 1999 Awards appearance

TV October 9, 1999, 19:00, NetAid, BBC Choice, UK new 
BBC Choice (OnDigital and Sky Digital only) will broadcast a short portion live from Wembley of the NetAid concert

TV October 9, 1999, 17:45, NetAid, BBC 2, UK new 
BBC2 will broadcast a short portion live from Wembley of the NetAid concert

TV October 9, 1999, 15:00 ET, NetAid, VH-1, USA new Link
VH-1 in the USA will broadcast 7 hours of continuous NetAid coverage. Since Bowie is appearing at Wembley, he should be on in the first hour or two.

TV October 8, 1999, 18:00, TFI Friday, Channel 4, UK new Link
Bowie guests on Chris Evans' "TFI Friday" show to promote the 'hours...' album

TV October 4, 1999, 23:30, The Late Show with David Letterman, CBS, USA new Link
Bowie will guest (and perform) on David Letterman's Late Show

TV October 2, 1999, 23:30, Saturday Night Live, NBC, USA new Link
Bowie is the featured musical guest on the season premiere of Saturday Night Live's 25th season.

September, 1999

TV September 26, 1999, 21:00, Saturday Night Live - 25 Year Special, NBC, USA new Link
Bowie makes a small appearance in this 25 year retrospective special for Saturday Night Live

TV September 25, 1999, 23:15, Hunger: The Seductress, TMN, Canada new Link
Bowie introduces another tale from The Hunger series

TV September 24, 1999, 19:30, Top Of The Pops, BBC, UK new Link
Bowie performs Thursday's Child in a recorded performance for Top Of The Pops.

TV September 23, 1999, 20:00 ET, MuchMusic Awards Show 1999, MuchMusic, Canada new Link
Bowie performed live at the 1999 Canadian MuchMusic Awards show

TV September 18, 1999, 22:30 ET, Hunger: Approaching Desdemona, TMN, Canada new 
David Bowie acts as "Rod Serling" in introducing this episode: "A young couple is torn apart after the man becomes stimulated by a computer website offering sexually explicit URLs." William McNamara, April Telek, Marie-Josée D'Amours.

TV September 11, 1999, 22:45 ET, Hunger: Double, TMN, Canada new 
David Bowie acts as "Rod Serling" in introducing this episode: "Two identical-looking women play out an ageless struggle for their souls... with only one woman emerging triumphant. Lori Petty, Daniela Akerblom, Larry Day."

TV September 10, 1999, 21:00 ET, The Hunger - Sanctuary, Showtime, USA new Link
Bowie portrays an obsessed artist with a penchant for the macabre and Giovanni Ribisi as his unwitting victim.

TV September 9, 1999, 20:00 ET, MTV Awards Show, MTV, USA new Link
Bowie appeared at the 1999 MTV Video Awards to introduce Lauryn Hill

TV September 4, 1999, 23:00 ET, Hunger: Approaching Desdemona, TMN, Canada new 
David Bowie acts as "Rod Serling" in introducing this episode: "A man with the unique ability to uncover a person's dark secrets when peering into their eyes gouges out his eyes after he uncovers a heinous crime. Brad Dourif, Daniel Pilon, Karen Elkin."

August, 1999

TV August 28, 1999, 23:00 ET, Hunger: Sacred Fire, TMN, Canada rpt 
Bowie acts as the "Rod Serling" host for this Tony Scott directed series.

TV August 21, 1999, 23:00, Hunger: Triangle In Steel, TMN1, Canada new Link
Bowie introduces this episode of the Tony Scott "made for cable" series on people's vices

TV August 14, 1999, 22:45, Hunger: The Falling Man, TMN1, Canada new Link
Bowie introduces this episode of the Tony Scott "made for cable" series on people's vices

TV August 7, 1999, 23:00, Hunger: And She Laughed, The Movie Network, Canada new Link
Bowie introduces this episode of the Tony Scott "made for cable" series on people's vices

July, 1999

TV July 31, 1999, 22:45 ET, The Dream Sentinel, The Movie Network, Canada new Link
Bowie introduces each series of this television series directed by Tony Scott.

TV July 29, 1999, 16:00 EDT, Showbiz Today, CNN, USA new 
Bowie's interview taped in May 99 for the recording of the Cybersong Contest Event airs on CNN's Showbiz today.

TV July 24, 1999, 23:30 ET, Replacements, The Movie Network, Canada new Link
Bowie introduces each series of this television series directed by Tony Scott.

TV July 17, 1999, 23:15 ET, Nunc Dimittis, The Movie Network, Canada new Link
Bowie introduces each series of this television series directed by Tony Scott.

TV July 10, 1999, 22:30 ET, Wrath of God, The Movie Network, Canada new Link
Bowie introduces each series of this television series directed by Tony Scott.

TV July 3, 1999, 23:00 ET, Night Bloomer, The Movie Network, Canada new Link
Bowie introduces each series of this television series directed by Tony Scott.

June, 1999

TV June 26, 1999, 23:15, Hunger: Week Women, The Movie Network, Canada new Link
Bowie introduces this episode made for TV

TV June 19, 1999, 22:30, Hunger: I'm Very Dangerous Tonight, The Movie Network, Canada new Link
Bowie introduces this episode made for TV

TV June 18, 1999, 19:00, Internet Tonight - Bowie, The Visionary, ZDTV, USA new Link
Liam Mayclem queries Bowie on MP3, online movie distribution, and what lies ahead for the music world and the Internet.

TV June 17, 1999, 19:00, Internet Tonight - Bowienet, The Coolest ISP on the Planet, ZDTV, USA new Link
Internet Tonight interviews Bowie's business partners, Bob Goodale and Ron Roy and web master Howard J. Bowie talks about the evolution of his online community and his vision for the future of the site.

TV June 16, 1999, 17:00, Internet Tonight - The Cyber Song Contest, ZDTV, USA new Link
A look at the recording session at New York's Looking Glass Studio, as David Bowie records the song written by Bowienet Cyber Song contest winner, Alex Grant.

TV June 16, 1999, 22:00, Everybody Loves Sunshine, Sky TV Premier Channel, UK new Link
The first widely available public screening of Bowie's role as "Bernie", a gang henchman playing opposite Goldie in this Andrew Goth directed film.

TV June 12, 1999, 22:30, Hunger: The Perfect Couple, The Movie Network, Canada new Link
Bowie introduces this episode made for TV

TV June 11, 1999, 19:00, The Holmes Show, Television One, New Zealand new Link
Bowie gives a brief interview by satellite on his upcoming Gisborne 2000 appearance, replete with the usual witty repartee.

TV June 5, 1999, 22:45 EDT, The Hunger, The Movie Network, Canada new Link
Tony Scott's new television show with Bowie as host for each episode screens June 5 in Canada on The Movie Network.

March, 1999

TV March 12, 1999, 22:00, Comic Relief, BBC 1, USA new Link
Bowie had a quick guest spot on Comic Relief, playing a recorder version of "Requiem for a Laughing Gnome", stamping his feet, with messages flashing begging people to donate so they could stop the show.

February, 1999

TV February 17, 1999, 20:00 GMT, Brit Awards Show, ITV, UK new Link
Bowie will duet with Placebo on T-Rex's 20th Century Boy, to be broadcast by ITV.

TV February 9, 1999, 22:00 ET, Iman - Intimate Portrait, Lifetime, USA new Link
Premiere of Lifetime's Intimate Portrait series look at Iman, including her marriage to David Bowie.

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