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Playlist of Tyne Tees TV

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  • SHAKIN’ STEVENS - SATURDAY SHAKE-UP: TYNE TEES TV 1980

    10:24

    Shakin’ Stevens Appearance on Saturday Shake-Up - Tyne Tees Television, Promoting his new single hot dog and latest album - take one - March 1980

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  • 1983 Brian Johnson At Home Tyne Tees TV

    16:12

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  • Tyne Tees TV - Alright Now 1980 presented by - Phil Lynott

    15:51

    Tyne Tees TV - Alright Now 1980 Featuring - Phil Lynott, Wild Horses - Rockpile - Dave Edmunds & Carlene Carter

  • Power Into the Next Decade: ITV adverts, 23rd December 1989

    2:40

    It wouldn't be Christmas without Disney. In fact it wouldn't be anything without Disney, because they own everything including you. So anyway here we are on Christmas Eve Eve 1989 in the middle of some sort of Disney Christmas Special. Looking it up, it was a sort of Disney Time on steroids to promote the then-underway EuroDisney. Chris Tarrant was your host, there were bits from Oliver and Company, Pinocchio, Cinderella and Bambi Goes Crazy-Ape Bonkers With His Drill And Sex, there were musical numbers from Five Star, Tom Jones, Current 93 and one third of the Pointer Sisters, and a bit where Mickey Mouse is born in a stable in Bethlehem, then crucified outside Sleeping Beauty's castle. Not all of that is true.

    For as packed a programme as it was, there seems to have only been the one commercial break, and this is how it went in the Tyne Tees region. Starting with a visit from Ray Winstone! He wasn't yet the fearsome hard-man, superb actor and occasional gambling hustler we know him as today (although some would still recognise him from Scum and be instinctively afraid), just a jobbing character actor who was as likely to turn up in a milk advert as a gritty, harrowing Screen Two production. He even had a sitcom for a couple of seasons. This is from a slice-of-life series (the same one Accrington Stanley? Who are they? came from) characterised by steady facial close-ups of people having everyday milk dilemmas. Like Ray having to have black tea because he's run out.

    Then, a lady disrobes in front of us without even introducing herself. But that's the Americans for you. You've got to have soft drinks at Christmas, and how about getting Diet Coke instead of regular this year, you disgusting fat abhorrence? Oh, because it tastes like farted-in sugar water? Fair enough then. Standard Coke advert nonsense, montage of opulent/exciting/inspiring things happening, with an extra emphasis on the thinness of everyone onscreen because it's Diet. Just for the taste of it! One of the greatest lies ever told.

    NEWSFORCE: THE REAL AMERICAN HERO TEAM! No, actually it's a ridiculously overwrought name, logo and basic aesthetic for a newsagents in Whitley Bay. Really going all out for your big Geordie quid this Christmas, with the GI-Joe logo, poundshop power-pop soundtrack and tinsel all over the damn place. This was back in the day when a newsagent could sell anything, often out of a big wire bucket next to the till. Great place to grab a last minute toy for the kid you never get to see, or some decs, or some batteries for the tree lights when they inevitably go out. Or one of those rip-off board games you never see anywhere else, called something like Decide Who or The Game of Living. NEWSFORCE is still there to this day, a proud convenience store in a world of supermarkets. They even have an off-licence. Yes, they will sell you eight cans of Ace for £1.49.

    It's a Disney special, so there has to be an advert involving a Disney product in there somewhere or someone would die. Newsforce was obviously local, but this is probably going out nationwide. It's only Oliver and Company, anyway - the half-arsed retelling of Oliver Twist with stray animals that's most notable for introducing Menken and Ashman, the studio's saviours, to Disney. Yes, we got it a year late in the UK. For some reason that was just how it went for us until some time in the mid-90s. Anyway, this isn't for the film itself, although it's doing some work on its behalf. It's for Kentucky Fried Chicken, who have a tie-in: a headband with characters from the film on it, and some LEDs that flash. We made our own fun in those days.

    SKULL. Yes, it's that Sinutab advert, with the eerie skull x-ray and the arrows pointing out where all the face-tubes go. I know that perfectly well right now as my family has been struck down by the Ultra-Cold, which comes with a dose of sinusitis that causes the entire face to feel like a giant web of pain. Sinutab can indeed help. This version of the skullvert, which must have been around ten years old at this point, is the one that ends with a simple packshot instead of some guy taking a massive whiff and saying the product's name down the lens.

    Finally, something of an outlier. Who's going to be eating Italian food over the next week? Italians, I suppose. Oh, well, just in case you wanted a lasagne to go with your mince pies, Dolmio are still available, and now in multiple varieties in case you don't want meat or garlic or whatever, you fussy bastards.

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  • Dire Straits Alright now Tyne tees 1979

    8:38

    AMIT TV (0006)

    Alright Now, Tyne Tees, Newcastle, UK, Tuesday 6th February 1979
    Live performances of Sultans Of Swing and Down to the waterline with audience.

    Band:-
    Mark Knopfler, David Knopfler, John Illsley. Pick Withers.

    AMIT - A Mark In Time Forum :-

    All rights reserved

  • Raven - Hard Ride live at Tyne Tees 1982

    2:19

    QUALITY UPGRADE:

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  • Shakin Pyramids Tennessee Rock n Roll Razzmatazz 21 July 1981 tyne tees tv

    3:56

    Shakin' Pyramids - Tennessee Rock n Roll (Razzmatazz 21 July 1981 tyne tees tv)

  • Cant Hold Out Live at Tyne Tees Tv Studios 1991.wmv

    3:16

    The Alligators for more info please see the official website below.

  • Ben Forster - Full report from ITV Tyne Tees

    2:11

    A video report I found on vimeo (originally from ITV Tyne Tees) about Ben Forster, winner of ITV Superstar, and his family support during the show.
    © ITV

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  • THE STRANGLERS - Let Me Down Easy

    4:15

    Tyne-Tees tv .. the night before 'The Tube' 1984

  • Rory Gallagher - Bad Penny, All Right Now, Tyne Tees TV, Newcastle 1980

    5:41

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    Rory Gallagher - Wayward Child, Tyne Tees TV, Broadcast 1980

  • THE CORRS - The Corrs In Newcastle

    23:41

    Tyne-Tees TV documentary 2001

  • TYNE TEES TV - ELECTION NIGHT - TITLES AND CREDITS - 11 OCTOBER 1974-MUTE SOUND

    51

    OPENING TITLES AND CLOSING CREDITS - ELECTION NIGHT - 11 OCTOBER 1974.


    TYNE TEES REGIONAL NEWS INTRODUCED BY - MICHAEL PARTINGTON


    THIS WAS FILMED ON TX WITH VIDEO CAMERA - SORRY NO SOUNDTRACK.


    COPYRIGHT TRIDENT TELEVISION - TYNE TEES TV.

  • Panic Brothers - Too Young Tyne Tees TV 1989

    2:37

    Panic Brothers sing their own composition Too Young' on the Tyne Tees TV show End Of The 80s with a fab live studio band. This song was written specifically for the topical theme of that programme and only ever performed once! Broadcast December 1989.

  • Back in the day - Dr Feelgood - Live on Tyne Tees TV in ‘75!

    25:13

    The band was formed in Canvey Island in 1971 by Johnson, Brilleaux and Sparks, who had all been members of existing R&B bands, and soon added drummer John Martin.
    The group's original distinctively British R&B sound was centred on Wilko Johnson’s choppy guitar style and by 1973 the band's driving R&B had made them one of the most popular bands on the growing London pub rock circuit.
    This concert was recorded just after their first LP, “Down By The Jetty”.

  • Greedsville - Local ITV News, U.K. 21st June 1993

    4:22

    Television News Feature on Greedsville and other bands, playing a showcase gig at The Riverside, a music venue in Newcastle upon Tyne. U.K.
    Local T.V News (Tyne Tees Television).
    Originally broadcast on the 21st of June 1993.
    Footage courtesy of Tyne Tees Television (ITV).
    (C). Greedsville/Tyne Tees (ITV). 1993
    Digital Transfer:
    (C). Automatic Films. 2020

  • Panic Brothers - In Search Of A Beautiful Body

    2:35

    The Panic Brothers, Reg Meuross and Richard Morton perform their own composition 'In Search Of A Beautiful Body' on the Tyne Tees/Yorkshire TV show 'End Of The Eighties'. Broadcast December 1989, this was a topical song written especially for the show and never performed again!

  • Tyne Tees Television Interview with Hattie Steel 16th July 2012

    2:23

    World record breaking event in Manchester on 15th July 2012. T

  • Tyne Tees TV - Alright Now 1980 Featuring - Phil Lynott, Wild Horses.#Phillynott #Onelouder

    4:40

    Wild Horses & Phil Lynott - All Right Now 1980.
    Tyne Tees TV - Alright Now 1980 Featuring - Phil Lynott, Wild Horses
    #Phillynott #Brianrobertson #Jimmybain #Neilcarter

  • Panic Brothers - Blind Date

    2:55

    Panic Brothers sing 'Blind Date' on the Tyne Tees TV show End Of The 80s with a fab live studio band. This song was written specifically for the topical theme of that programme and only ever performed once! Broadcast December 1989.

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  • Panic Brothers - Home Sweet Homeopathy

    2:14

    The Panic Brothers, Reg Meuross and Richard Morton perform their own composition 'Home Sweet Homeopathy' on the Tyne Tees/Yorkshire TV show 'End Of The Eighties'. Broadcast December 1989, this was a topical song written especially for the show and never performed again!

  • Rory Gallagher - Wayward Child, All Right Now, Tyne Tees TV, Newcastle 1980

    6:39

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    Rory Gallagher - Wayward Child, Tyne Tees TV, Broadcast 1980

  • Tyne Tees Tv - Word in your ear 1991.wmv

    4:10

    The Alligators for more info please see the official website below.

  • Self Defence Check It OutTyne Tees TV

    3:27

  • U2 - Gloria - 1983-03-16: Tyne Tees TV Studios - Newcastle, England

    4:24

  • East Coast Mainline - Tyne Tees TV - 90s local musicians

    2:20

    A band of North East local musicians thrown together to perform on a TV show, East Coast Mailine, to play backing for a local singer, early 90's.

    Dave Wilkinson - vocal
    Richard Buckton - guitar
    Richie Emmerson - sax
    Scott Rollo - rhythm gtr
    Bruce Rollo - bass
    Graham Robinson - drums

  • Darkness and Jive - Oppression - TX45 - Tyne Tees TV

    4:13

    Darkness and Jive live performance of the song Oppression on TX45 - introduced by Chris Cowey.

    This song is available for download via iTunes on the album Rebellion and Romance published by Poison Pop Productions

  • The Crowmen - I Will Not Change

    4:24

  • Darkness and Jive: Television - TX45 - Tyne Tees TV

    3:53

    Darkness and Jive live performance of the song Television on TX45 - introduced by Chris Cowey.

    This song is available for download via iTunes on the album Rebellion and Romance published by Poison Pop Productions

  • James Arthur | ITV Tyne Tees

    1:56

    #teamjamesarthur

  • Jez Lowe - If Mike Neville Said It... from Tyne Tees TV.

    1:57

    It's amazing what you find at the back of the attic on an old VHS tape from 30yrs ago! Here is the original (?) Bad Pennies, Bev Sanders with Bob & Billy Surgeoner. I remember being told this was going to be on the telly so I set the VCR to record and who'dve thought it would turn up again all these years later!
    Hope ya divvn't mind Jez, saved for posterity! ..enjoy!

  • Rory Gallagher All Right Now, Tyne Tees TV, Newcastle 1980

    12:19

    Rory Gallagher, All Right Now, Tyne Tees TV, Newcastle 1980
    ''Bad Penny''
    ''Wayward Child''

  • North East Tonight Big Band - Tyne Tees TV, mid 90s!

    4:35

    Big Band collaboration of North East musicians to perform live on ITV back in the mid 90's. To play just one of the tunes written by this old gentleman who had spent his life writing an entire play with music score, hoping one day it would be seen in the West End on Drury Lane!
    I sincerely apologise for the quality of this clip, but it has been on a VHS tape in my attic for over 20 years and we all thght that would last forever! Any players from the North East may just recognise a familiar face or two, but the only ones I can remember are...
    Richard Buckton - Vocals
    Kev Eland - trumpet
    Shaun Eland - trumpet
    Dave Brock - trombone
    Richard Emerson - sax (in middle!)
    Graham Robinson - drums
    Bruce Rollo - double bass
    Scott Rollo- guitar
    ...........apologies for the guys on piano & other saxes, & the young lady at the back with the other trumpet, it was a long time ago and we were all thrown together in a hurry!
    ...if anyone can stir their little grey cells & fill in the blanks that would be great! ...I also remember Eric Robson pulling us all a pint in ITV studios bar afterwards, this was big time!
    Poor quality I know, but saved for posterity... just!

  • Tyne Tees 15.10.2007

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    Journey South appear on Tyne Tees TV on 10.2.2007

  • Iain Langford Todds Message for Maggie

    2:45

    Singer-songwriter Iain Langford Todd delivering his Message to Maggie Thatcher on behalf of Darlington, with Tony Hadrick at Smile Machine Recording Studios in Chandos Street. Broadcast May 1989.

    Segment taken from Tyne Tees 'Northern Eye - Mrs. Thatcher's Darlington' documentary.

  • Annie St John introduces UFO, Tyne-Tees, 1987

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    Tyne-Tees continuity announcer Annie St John reads a few birthday greetings and introduces UFO, one Saturday morning in 1987. Sadly, she committed suicide three years later.

    I am indebted to Rory Lofthouse, to whom Annie reads a second birthday greeting in this clip, for the information that this was broadcast on 21st February 1987.

  • Kajagoogoo - Turn Your Back On Me - ITV - 02.05.1984

    3:22

    Broadcast date: 02 May 1984, UK.
    ITV (Tyne Tees) - Razzmatazz (children television show). Series 6, Episode 4.
    Introduced here by Simon Le Bon - lead singer of Duran Duran.

    Razzmatazz was a music-based children's television programme that ran on ITV between 2 June 1981 and 2 January 1987. The show featured the latest pop acts performing their current single, interspersed with games and other items such as cooking. The show was recorded in Newcastle with the audience largely made up of pupils from nearby schools.

    Released: 1984; Label: EMI; Album: Islands.

    ***
    If you have any recordings of Limahl or Kajagoogoo from years 1982 - 2006 and it is not on my channel please contact me
    カジャグーグー
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    This clip is strictly only for archive purposes, copying or rebroadcasting in any form is prohibited.

  • The Whisky Priests Streets Paved With Gold On The Edge Tyne Tees TV 1989 broadcast version

    2:40

    The Whisky Priests promo video for 'Streets Paved With Gold' (taken from the album 'Nee Gud Luck' on Whippet Records WPTCD4 1989 / WPTCD20 1994). Video recorded at Beamish Open Air Museum, County Durham, England - broadcast on 'On The Edge' Tyne Tees TV 1990

    Gary Miller - Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
    Glenn Miller - Accordion, Backing Vocals
    Mick Tyas - Bass, Backing Vocals
    Pete French - Fiddle
    Steve Green - Drums
    Gary Price - Mandola


    STREETS PAVED WITH GOLD

    He knew there was no future
    Building ships or hewing coal
    And he knew there was nothing for him
    If he stayed here on the dole
    So he picked his busted ball
    Out of the back of the net
    And kicked it off towards another goal

    He packed all of his best clothes
    And his photographs of home
    And remembering his mother's warnings
    To keep himself from harm
    He said farewell to the land of council houses
    And set off for the land of fatal charms

    He left his home in the heart of the north
    To seek streets paved with gold
    But when he reached the golden land of dreams
    He found he'd struck fools' gold

    He thought that like Dick Whittington
    They would parade him through the town
    And shower him with golden handshakes by the load
    Well they didn't make him lord mayor
    But they made him king of the roads

    And as he wandered down strange dark streets
    And stared at all the strange faces in fear
    He thought of streets he'd once known so well
    And familiar faces that had once filled him with cheer

    He knew that his harmonica was going out of tune
    As he vamped 'The Blaydon Races' in the street
    But as he passed his cap round he knew he needed money
    And he knew too well he needed food to eat

    Now some men work for silver
    And some men work for gold
    And some men work for bugger all
    And that's all they can afford

    (Gary Miller)

  • Habanera, Carmen: The Big Show, Tyne Tees, 1959

    4:49

    Eileen Brennan singing in Tyne Tees Television's opening night live show.

  • Tyne Tees Weekend 1994 - Northern Exposure

    2:22

    North East regional tv show had a report about music events set to combat the problems faced by local bands when trying to attract the attention of the London based music industry. The song clip is Telephone Song by the Crisis Children and there is also a brief comment from their manager Jess Cox (former vocalist with the Tygers of Pan Tang)

  • Showaddywaddy on Tyne Tees TV 08/02/2013

    2:04

    Rod Deas, Romeo Challenger and Andy Pelos interviewed on Tyne Tees TV prior to their gig at the Playhouse, Whitley Bay, 8th February 2013.

  • BRITAINS FORGOTTEN MURDERESS Mary Ann Cotton

    23:25

    Another item from the personal library, recorded off TV at the time.

  • Bill Nelson - Interview 1985 - Tyne Tees TX45

    18:36

    Bill Nelson - Interview 1985 - Tyne Tees TX45

  • East Coast Mainline - Tyne Tees TV - 90s local musicians #2

    1:34

    Closing track from an episode of North East TV show, East Coast Mainline , back in the early 90's showcasing local musicians from the area.

    Dave Wilkinson - vocal
    Richard Buckton - guitar
    Richie Emmerson - sax
    Scott Rollo - rhythm gtr
    Bruce Rollo - bass
    Graham Robinson - drums

  • SHAKIN STEVENS - A LITTLE BOOGIE WOOGIE - THE ROXY - 30 JUNE 1987 - TYNE TEES FOR ITV NETWORK

    3:08

    SHAKIN STEVENS - APPEARED ON - THE ROXY - WITH A LITTLE BOOGIE WOOGIE IN THE BACK OF MY MIND. THE DANCERS ARE CALLED TORSO.


    The show went out on a Tuesday evening initially around the 6.30pm – 7.30pm slot (depending on the ITV region).
    Average Running Time: 25 minutes.
    Director – Gavin Taylor, Michael Metcalf
    Producer – Alastair Pirrie, Gordon Elsbury

    Tyne Tees Television for ITV Network Limited.
    The show was filmed in a converted cinema in Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
    The Roxy focused on the Independent Local Radio stations’ music charts, as opposed to TOTP who used Gallup during this time.



    INTRODUCED BY DAVID JENSEN BEFORE HE WENT TO THE BBC. ONLY 43 EPISODES WERE TX BEFORE THE SHOW WAS PULLED. THIS IS SHOW NUMBER 4.


    SHAKY ALSO APPEARED ON 22 SEPTEMBER 1987 - HE SANG - COME SEE ABOUT ME.


    THIS UPLOAD WAS RECORDED ON VIDEO CAMERA FROM A MONITOR OFF AIR - THEREFORE QUALITY IS AFFECTED. THIS IS THE BEST VISION AND SOUND THAT CAN BE ACHIEVED.
    IT IS NOT KNOWN HOW MANY OF THESE SHOWS NOW EXIST IN ARCHIVE.


    COPYRIGHT - TYNE TEES TELEVISION. 1987 - REGIONAL SHOWING AROUND VARIOUS ITV REGIONS.

  • Sophie and Peter Johnston - Television Satellite

    3:22

    From Tyne Tees TV regional pop show 'TX45' in 1987.

  • Dreamcast Boot up with 90s tyne tees ident music

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  • Psychic TV : Interview / Godstar

    5:10

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  • North East Tonight - Joe McElderry interviewed by Pam Royle

    5:32

    18th May 2011: North East Tonight (ITV1 Tyne Tees). Joe chats to Pam Royle briefly about his past and focusses on future plans, including his preparations for Popstar to Operastar.

  • WELL, WELL, WELL ... 3 Songs Live from North East Music Show TX45, Circa 1985/6

    13:10

    Well, Well, Well
    A Sunderland band that could of/should of made it big time recorded from Tyne Tees TV’s Live Music TV Show TX45, on good old VHS, transferred to DVD about 15 years back and finally recently Converted to MP4 for upload to YouTube.
    Performing 3 songs in front of large contingent of mid 80's Sunderland/Annabels faces.

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