Video Killed the Radio... Episodes

2014, TV Show

Video Killed the Radio Star episodes

The Directors View David Mallet

The films of director David Mallet are discussed. read more

The Directors View Russell Mulcahy

The films of Australian director Russell Mulcahy are discussed. read more

The Artist View - Moody Blues

Videos by the Moody Blues, including "Your Wildest Dreams" and "I Know You're Out There Somewhere," are discussed by lead singer Justin Hayward and director Brian Grant. read more

The Artist View - Skid Row

Skid Row's Sebastian Bach and director Wayne Isham discuss making the music video for the song "18 and Life." read more

The Artist View - Kim Wilde

The music videos of Kim Wilde are discussed. read more

The Artist View: The Boomtown Rats - Bob Geldof

Boomtown Rats videos are discussed with band member Bob Geldof. Included: "I Don't Like Mondays" and "A Rat Trap." read more

The Artist View – Def Leppard

Def Leppard videos are discussed by band members Joe Elliot and Rick Savage, along with director David Mallet. read more

The Artist View – Judas Priest

Judas Priest videos are recalled by the band and director Wayne Isham. read more

The Artist View - Fatboy Slim

The music videos of Fatboy Slim aka Norman Cook are discussed by the British DJ and director Tim Pope. read more

The Artist View - Queen

Videos by Queen are shown and discussed by drummer Roger Taylor and directors David Mallet and Russell Mulcahy. read more

The Artist View - U2

The Edge and Bono discuss U2's music videos for the songs "Numb" and "Sweetest Thing." read more

The Artist View T'Pau

Carol Decker of the pop-rock group T'Pau and director Brian Grant discuss the making of the music video for "China in Your Hand." read more

The Artist View Spandau Ballet

Gary Kemp discusses the making of Spandau Ballet's music videos for "Chant No. 1" and "True." read more

The Artist View Sting

Sting discusses creating the music videos for his songs "Fields of Gold" and "Every Breath You Take." read more

The Artist View Duran Duran

Duran Duran's Simon Le Bon and Nick Rhodes discuss the music videos for the songs "Rio" and "Girls on Film." read more

The Artist View: Whitney Houston

A tribute to the career of Whitney Houston includes many of her music videos and commentary from those who directed them. read more

The Artist View: Olivia Newton-John

Olivia Newton-John, director Brian Grant and choreographer Arlene Phillips discuss the music video for the song "Physical." read more

The Artist View Van Halen

The music videos of Van Halen are discussed by former lead singer Sammy Hagar and director Andy Morahan. read more

The Artist View AC/DC

AC/DC's Angus Young and Brian Johnson discuss the inspiration behind the music videos for "Thunderstruck" and "You Shook Me All Night Long." read more

Megadeth

Videos by Megadeth are featured. read more

Metallica: Artists View

Videos by Metallica are featured. read more

History and Evolution of Music Videos

The history and evolution of music videos are chronicled in this retrospective, which features video clips and interviews with the genre's pioneers and top performers. Included: early videos; the creation of MTV; the innovations of Michael Jackson and Madonna; the influence of female, rap and alternative artists. read more

Video Killed the Radio Star

Concluding episodes of the four-part documentary of the history of music video. Included: 1980s heavy metal bands; 1990s rap and alternative artists; the impact of female performers on music video; the influence of music videos on movies and advertisements. read more

Video Killed the Radio Star

Conclusion. A look at how female artists such as Courtney Love, Shania Twain, Janet Jackson Celine Dion and the Spice Girls have used video to their advantage. Also: controversial videos; music video influences in advertising; Will Smith. read more

Video Killed the Radio Star

Part 3 of four. A look at how music videos chronicled musical trends such as 1980s big-hair metal bands, 1990s alternative groups, and rap artists such as Missy Elliott, MC Hammer and the Beastie Boys. Also: the reflection of fashion trends in videos. read more

Video Killed the Radio Star

Part 2 of four. The impact of artists such as Michael Jackson and Madonna on the evolution of music video is explored. Also: the Milli Vanilli controversy; the use of music video for political causes such as “Sun City” and “Band-Aid.” read more

Video Killed the Radio Star

Part 1 of four. The British music video explosion and the development of MTV is chronicled. Interviews include Michael Nesmith, Bruce Gowers, Russell Mulcahy, Adam Ant, Kevin Godley, Holly Johnson and Dave Stewart. read more

Video Killed the Radio Star

The first two episodes of a four-part documentary of the history of music videos. Included: the British music-video explosion; the development of MTV; the impact of Michael Jackson and Madonna on music videos; musicians, politics and videos; the Milli Vanilli controversy. read more

Video Killed the Radio Star Episode: "The Artist View - U2"

Episode Synopsis: The Edge and Bono discuss U2's music videos for the songs "Numb" and "Sweetest Thing."
Original Air Date: Jul 5, 2014

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Premise: The history of music videos is chronicled in this documentary series.

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