UK TV Appearances

(in chronological order)

SATURDAY SUPERSTORE
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 08 October 1983
“I Won’t Let The Sun Go Down” (original video)

SATURDAY SUPERSTORE
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 05 November 1983
“I Won’t Let The Sun Go Down” – (studio performance and first ever tv personal appearance)

SATURDAY SUPERSTORE
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 21st January 1984
Wouldn’t It Be Good video

PEBBLE MILL AT ONE
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 30th Jan, 1984
NIK KERSHAW performs “I Won’t Let The Sun Go Down” at the start of the show, and then “Wouldn’t It Be Good” at the end.

WHISTLE TEST
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 03 February 1984
(Recorded on 1984-02-02)
“Shame On You” & “Wouldn’t It Be Good” – live studio performances

TOTP
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 09 February 1984
Wouldn’t It Be Good – performance (white suit & yellow snood)

THE BRITISH ROCK AND POP AWARDS
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 21st Feb, 1984
Recorded on 7th Jan, 84
Sarah Kennedy & David Jensen host awards live from the Lyceum, London,
Duran Duran win ‘Best Group’ award which Nik KERSHAW, singer, accepts on their behalf.

TOTP
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 23 February 1984
(Recorded on 1984-02-20)
Wouldn’t It Be Good – performance (green top & snood)

SATURDAY SUPERSTORE – MIKE READ’S REPLAY SELECTION, Episode 1
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 3 March 1984
‘Saturday Superstore’ presenter Mike READ chooses a selection from the recent series of the kids’ mag prog. Feat Nik KERSHAW “I Won’t Let The Sun Go Down” original video.

RUSSELL HARTY
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 6th Mar, 1984
Chat show. NIK KERSHAW performs “Wouldn’t It Be Good”

OXFORD ROAD SHOW
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 9th Mar, 1984
NIK performs live in studio & sings “Shame On You” & “Wouldn’t It Be Good”

SATURDAY SUPERSTORE
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 10 March 1984
Wouldn’t It Be Good

SIXTY MINUTES
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 26th Mar, 1984
Current affairs programme. Nik video clip

SATURDAY SUPERSTORE
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 14 April 1984
Feat a repeat showing of Nik KERSHAW “I Won’t Let The Sun Go Down” original studio performance from 1983 + WIBG from earlier in the year.

TOTP
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 19 April 1984
Dancing Girls – performance

THE UNTIED SHOELACES SHOW
Broadcasted on BBC1: 21st April, 1984
Video – “Dancing Girls” by Nick Kershaw

No.73
Broadcasted on ITV: 28th April, 1984
Children’s Saturday morning variety prog. Hosted by Sandi Toksvig.
Nik interview + sandwich quiz + Dancing Girls & Shame On You – live performances

THE LAUGHTER SHOW
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 28th April, 1984
Comedy show with regular artists Les DENNIS, Dustin GEE, Roy JAY & Caroline DENNIS. Nik KERSHAW in the studio performing “Dancing girls”

CHEGGERS PLAYS POP
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 1st May, 1984
Nik KERSHAW performed “Dancing girls”

TOTP
Broadcasted on BBC: 3rd May 1984
Dancing Girls is played as the final track in the show with views of the studio audience and DJ’s Mike Read & Steve Wright dancing as the credits come on screen.

BLUE PETER
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 4th June, 1984
Janet Ellis intros Nik’s video for “I won’t let the Sun go Down”

THE SATURDAY PICTURE SHOW
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 09 June 1984
NIK KERSHAW special – Three songs on VT of, “Human racing”, “Cloak & Dagger” and “I wont Let the Sun go Down on Me”.

TOTP
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 14 June 1984
I Won’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me – performance

RAZZMATAZZ
Broadcasted on ITV: June, 1984
Pop show hosted by Alistair Pirrie.
IWLTSGDOM – performance

NEW BRIGHTON ROCK
Broadcasted on ITV: 23rd June, 1984
IWLTSGDOM & Dancing Girls – live performances

TOTP
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 28 June 1984
I Won’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me – video

ONE ON THE ROAD
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 28th July, 1984
Peter POWELL pres new Summer series with roadshow rep from John WALTERS & Mike READ.Tonight Mike is based in Norwich with guests Frankie Goes to Hollywood Nik KERSHAW, & Thompson twins. The prog follows the tracks of Radio 1 Roadshow.

ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK – INTRODUCTION
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 25th Aug, 1984
Introductory prog to 15 hours of Rock progs on BBC2 in the company of David HEPWORTH, Mark ELLEN, Josephine BUCHAN, Steve BLACKNELL, Richard SKINNER & Billy SLOAN, with films, concerts & documentaries. This prog including concert footage of Nik KERSHAW…

THE SATURDAY PICTURE SHOW
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 08 September 1984
COMPUTER GRAPHICS: Illustration of the use of graphics using Nik KERSHAWS “Human Racing”

THE SATURDAY PICTURE SHOW
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 15 September 1984
Nik KERSHAW performing “Human Racing” in the studio

TOTP
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 20 September 1984
Human Racing – performance

OPEN TO QUESTION – OLYMPIC ATHLETES
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 15th Oct, 1984
Olympic athletes Mary Peters, Tessa Sanderson & Wendy Sly in studio discussion answer questions posed by Scottish schoolchildren. PROMO VIDEO: Nik KERSHAW “Human Racing”

TAKING SIDES
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 18th October, 1984
Talk Show featuring a discussion on newspapers, and how much their stories should be believed. The theme music was composed by Nik KERSHAW.

BREAKFAST TIME
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 01 November 1984
3 part interview and a phone in with Nik.

SATURDAY SUPERSTORE
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 03 November 1984
Nik interview + Pop Panel + The Riddle performance

TOTP
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 15 November 1984
(Recorded on 14th Nov, 84)
The Riddle – performance (cream suit)

TOTP
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 29 November 1984
The Riddle – performance (‘feed the world’ t-shirt)

WOGAN
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 08 December 1984
The Riddle – performance

WHISTLE TEST
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 11 December 1984
Short interview about his videos & image + The Riddle video

TOP POP VIDEOS OF 1984
Broadcasted on ITV: Dec, 1984
Clip of “WIBG” vid & best wishes from Nik himself.

TOTP- CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 25th Dec, 1984
(Recorded on 21st Dec, 84)
I Won’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me & Band Aid – performances

WHISTLE TEST 84-85 – NEW YEAR’S EVE SPECIAL
Broadcasted on BBCTV: BBC2 31st Dec, 1984
Special New Year’s Eve concert part of which was transmitted live from the Hammersmith Odeon, starring Nik KERSHAW. Introduced by Richard SKINNER.

SATURDAY STARSHIP
Broadcasted on ITV: 1984/85
Hosted by Tommy Boyd.
Nik – The Riddle Tour interview

BRITISH RECORD INDUSTRY AWARDS
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 11th Feb, 1985
NOEL EDMONDS hosts 1985 British Record Industry Awards live from Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London. Nik on stage performing “Wouldn’t It Be Good”

OXFORD ROAD SHOW – 85 SPECIAL
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 15th Feb, 1985
Peter POWELL presents live prog from New Victoria Theatre, Belfast, featuring Nik KERSHAW in concert. Film inserts describe his early life, show him recording & in rehearsal,& interviewed. Charles TOOGOOD constructs Nik’s horoscope.

SATURDAY SUPERSTORE*
Broadcasted on BBCTV: ?? April/March 1985
Nik interview + Wide Boy video

BREAKFAST TIME
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 08 March 1985
Wide boy video

No.73
Broadcasted on ITV: Mar, 1985
Wide Boy video + The Riddle Tour Interview

TOTP
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 14 March 1985
Wide Boy – performance

WOGAN
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 15 March 1985
Wide Boy – performance

WHISTLE TEST
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 19 March 1985
Video vote – winner “Wide Boy” by Nik

TOTP
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 21 March 1985
Wide Boy – performance

OXFORD ROAD SHOW
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 22nd Mar, 1985
Interview at Nik KERSHAW’s flat with Nik providing guided tour of his kitchen (does washing up), bathroom & wardrobe with Nik serenading them out with guitar.

TOTP
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 04 April 1985
Wide Boy – video clip

WOGAN
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 12 July 1985
Night before ‘Live Aid’. Nik with Bob Geldof interview

NOEL EDMONDS SHOW
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 12th July, 1985
Interview night before Live Aid

LIVE AID FOR AFRICA
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 13th July, 1985
Star-studded line-up. 4 tracks by Nik live at Wembley Stadium from 2.22pm

THE SATURDAY PICTURE SHOW
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 20 July 1985
Hosted by Mark Curry.
Special guest Nik Kershaw talking about Live Aid, Don Quixote video & a tour with Paul Young.

WOGAN
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 24 July 1985
Don Quixote – performance

THE SATURDAY PICTURE SHOW
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 27 July, 1985
Don Quixote video

TOTP
Broadcasted on BBC: 01 Aug, 1985
Don Quixote video as new entry (#23) in the top 40 countdown.

OFF THE RECORD
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 13th Aug, 1985
Music programme with Annabel Croft. “Don Quixote” video

CHILDREN IN NEED
Broadcasted on BBCTV: BBC1 22nd Nov, 1985
Live show split in 3 parts. Supergroup includes Stewart Copeland, Rowan ATKINSON, Nik KERSHAW, Mark KING & Mark Brzezicki perform ‘Love Lessons’ in 2nd part of show.

SATURDAY SUPERSTORE
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 23rd November 1985
Nik interview + When A Heart Beats video

JUICE – 10
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 27th Nov, 1985
Pop programme. “When A Heart Beats” video

TOTP
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 05 December 1985
When A Heart Beats – performance

THE ROYAL VARIETY PERFORMANCE
Broadcasted on ITV: 1985
Recorded 25th November, 1985 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London. Ted Rodgers as Host. When A Heart Beats – performance

TV-AM
Broadcasted on ITV: Dec, 1985
Interview + When A Heart Beats video clip

MTV MUSIC BOX
Broadcasted on MTV: 9th Mar, 1986
Interview

BREAKFAST TIME
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 10 March 1986
Nick ROSS & Debbie GREENWOOD 5 parts interview with Nik regarding his career, involvement in anti-drugs campaigns, Greenpeace & the day‘s headline stories. Video clips of Wide Boy & Don Quixote.

WOGAN
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 01 October 1986
Nobody Knows – performance

SATURDAY SUPERSTORE
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 11 October 1986
Nik interview + Nobody Knows video

ROLAND RAT:THE SERIES
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 11th Oct, 1986
Nik plays “Nobody Knows” in studio

CHEGGERS PLAYS POP
Broadcasted on BBC: Oct, 1986
“One Of Our Fruit Machines Is Missing” is played in the background on one of the games on the show.

LOOK EAST – (regional news)
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 05 November 1986
Britain’s latest radio station went on the air today. Nik KERSHAW opens bottle of champagne in the studio as station goes on air.

THE TUBE
Broadcasted on CH4: 19th Dec, 1986
Pop/Rock music show hosted by Jools Holland & Paula Yates.
Radio Musicola & Running Scared (incomplete) – live performances

THE TUBE
Broadcasted on CH4: 26th Dec, 1986
Pop/Rock music show hosted by Jools Holland & Paula Yates.
Running Scared (complete) – live performances

TSB ROCK SCHOOL
Broadcasted on ???: Jan/Feb, 1987
Nik on a panel of judges commenting on new bands.

LOOK EAST – (regional news)
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 04 February 1987
Drug campaign with Suffolk police.

ABOUT ANGLIA – (regional news)
Broadcasted on ITV: Feb 1987
Police drugs hotline campaign feat Nik.

MELTDOWN CONCERT
Broadcasted on : Feb, 1987
Concert footage from his Radio Musicola Tour.

FUN FACTORY
Broadcasted on ITV: 7th Mar, 1987
Hosted by Gary Crowley. Interview with Nik.

TOTP
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 02nd April, 1987
Ferry Aid charity video “Let It Be” feat Nik singing alongside Kim Wilde.

TOTP
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 09th April, 1987
Ferry Aid charity single (video) feat Nik + various artists

TOTP
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 16th April, 1987
Ferry Aid video feat Nik + various artists

MTV MUSIC BOX
Broadcasted on MTV: 7th July, 1987
Interview

TOTP
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 25th Dec, 1987
Christmas special feat Ferry Aid video starring Nik and many other artists.

TV-AM
Broadcasted on ITV: Jan, 1989
Interview + One Step Ahead video clip

GOING LIVE!
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 28th Jan, 1989
Nik interview with Phillip Schofield + promoting “One Step Ahead” with video clip + a competition + on the pop panel reviewing pop video releases.

GOING LIVE!
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 15th April, 1989
Nik in Berlin. ELTON JOHN/ Nik KERSHAW tour.

WOGAN – (WITH SUE LAWLEY)
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 22nd May, 1989
Elisabeth’s Eyes – performance

LOOK EAST – (regional news)
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 15 November 1990
Nik KERSHAW who is the father of a Downs Syndrome baby is promoting a booklet designed to show the positive side of Downs Syndrome children.

LOOK EAST – (regional news)
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 16 November 1994
Pop star Nik KERSHAW has been helping to launch new project to bring music therapy into lives of children with disabilities. Karen AINLEY reports from COLCHESTER.

LIVE AID 10TH ANNIVERSARY
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 15th July, 1995
2 part series – Nik in 2nd part

TOTP2
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 01 February 1997
I Won’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me 14th June, 1984 TOTP performance

TOTP2
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 28 February 1998
I Won’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me 14th June, 1984 TOTP performance

KATE AND JONO SHOW
Broadcasted on VH1: 2nd Oct, 1998
Interview + Billy, WIBG, Somebody Loves You & IWLTSGDOM – live performances

INSIDE TRACKS
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 25th Jan, 1999
Music programme presented by Kevin GREENING. Made exclusively for BBC Choice it includes live bands; music news; videos; and debate with Nik KERSHAW & music journalist NIHAL. Kevin intvs Divine Comedy and investigates music fans.

BBC BREAKFAST NEWS
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 15 February 1999
Very short interview with Nik + Somebody Loves You video

BBC BREAKFAST NEWS
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 19 February 1999
Interview + Somebody Loves You – performance

TOTP2
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 27 February 1999
The Riddle 29th Nov, 1984 TOTP performance (‘feed the world’ t-shirt)

SOMETHING FOR THE WEEKEND
Broadcasted on VH1: 28th Feb, 1999
Short Nik interview + Somebody Loves You & Have A Nice Life – live performances

NEVER MIND THE BUZZCOCKS
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 5th Mar, 1999
[Season 5] Billie Piper & Sean Hughes attempting to perform “IWLTSGDOM” to team member Rowland Rivron in the ‘Intro’ round.

TEN OF THE BEST
Broadcasted on VH1: 19th April, 1999
Nik selects his 10 fav videos

THE JACK DOCHERTY SHOW – (WITH RICHARD MORTON)
Broadcasted on CH5: 21st April, 1999
Chat show. Nik Interview (also feat Howard Jones)

THAT’S ESTHER
Broadcasted on ITV: 18th July, 1999
Nik talks about his Downs Syndrome child

NEVER MIND THE BUZZCOCKS
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 17th Sept, 1999
[Season 6] Mark LAMARR host the ever-irreverent music quiz, with team captains Sean HUGHES and Phil JUPITUS joined by eighties star Nik KERSHAW, comedian Jeff GREEN, Roisin MURPHY of Moloko & Another Level’s Dane BOWERS.

POPPED IN, CRASHED OUT
Broadcasted on ITV: 19th Nov, 1999
A light hearted pop quiz between two celebs. Feat Nik.

THE GAIL PORTER SHOW
Broadcasted on Ch4: 1999/2000 ??
Nik sang (song unknown) and was interviewed.

POP-UP VIDEO
Broadcasted on Ch4: 29th Jan, 2000
Feat The Riddle video.

TOTP2
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 01 March 2000
The Riddle 15th Nov, 1984 TOTP performance (cream suit)

GREAT SPEECHES – BOB GELDOF
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 2nd May, 2000
Series of short progs on great speeches. Bob GELDOF’s tv appeal for Live Aid & his questioning of Margaret THATCHER, with comments from Paul VALLELY, Harvey GOLDSMITH, Nik KERSHAW & Jim KERR.

A KNIGHT OF O’BRIEN
Broadcasted on ITV: Jan, 2001
Interview with Nik for Anglia tv.

TOP TEN TEEN IDOLS
Broadcasted on CH4: 3rd Feb, 2001
Hosted by Cat Deeley. Feat Chesney Hawkes & a small clip of Nik

I LOVE 1984
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 17th Feb, 2001
Continuing the series recalling the fads, fashions & films of the 80’s.
Great focus on Nik. Interview + tv and video clips.

I LOVE 1985
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 24th Feb, 2001
Short clip of Nik speaking about Live Aid and how Bowie gave up one of his songs so the tv news clip from Africa could be screened in the stadium.

TOTP2
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 28th Feb, 2001
Wouldn’t It Be Good 9TH Feb, 1984 TOTP performance (white suit & green snood)

I LOVE 1986
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 3rd Mar, 2001
Short clip feat Nik talking about Sigue Sigue Sputnik.

TRISHA SHOW
Broadcasted on ITV: 21st Mar, 2001
Chat show. Nik talks about fame.

LIQUID NEWS
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 5th April, 2001
Series presented by Iain LEE with all the latest entertainment news and gossip. Studio guests Nik KERSHAW, pop singer, Mark ECCLESTON, film critic.

SCOTLAND TODAY – BILLY SLOAN SHOW
Broadcasted on STV: 18th May, 2001
Interview + clip of Wounded video

ALPHAZONE
Broadcasted on CH5: 27th May, 2001
Nik was part of a panel judging a band in the studio

WEEKEND WATCHDOG
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 15th June, 2001
BUSKING: Who earns more cash busking in Covent Garden, Glenn TILBROOK or Nik KERSHAW?

A QUESTION OF POP
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 30th June, 2001
(recorded on 10th April, 2001)
Pop quiz pres by Jamie THEAKSTON with team captains Suggs & Noddy HOLDER. Guests: Nik KERSHAW, Stuart WILKINSON, Sarah CRACKNELL & Pete DEVEREAUX.

I LOVE THE EIGHTIES
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 31st Dec, 2001
Compilation of the best of the series. Containing all the top stories about popular culture from the craziest decade of the century.

INSIGHT
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 2nd Oct, 2002
The rise to fame of Nik Kershaw

FOREVER BOYS
Broadcasted on ITV: 6th Oct, 2002 (repeated 11th July, 2005)
Nik video clips & old MTV interview

FOREVER 1984
Broadcasted on ITV: Oct, 2002
Video clips + old MTV interview clip

NEVER MIND THE BUZZCOCKS
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 11th Nov, 2002
[Season 11] Bill Bailey & Jean-Jacques Brunel (Stranglers Bass player) performing “WIBG” to Nicholas Parsons in the ‘Intro’ round.

20 THINGS TO DO BEFORE 30
Broadcasted on CH4: Jan, 2003
British comedy/drama series, where four friends rapidly approaching 30 make a list of unusual ambitions to fulfill before the fateful date. WIBG is used as the theme tune.

TOTP2
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 04 February 2003
Wouldn’t It Be Good 9TH Feb, 1984 TOTP performance (white suit & green snood)

TOTP2
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 09 September 2003
IWLTSGDOM 14h April, 1984 TOTP performance

HELLS KITCHEN
Broadcasted on ITV: 1st June, 2004
Dining at the restaurant are Nik, Kim Wilde, Limahl & Tony Denton

LONDON TONIGHT
Broadcasted on ITV: June, 2004
Local news prog. Here & Now Tour interview with Nik & Belinda Carlisle.

BABY HIT ME ONE MORE TIME
Broadcasted on ITV: 7th June, 2005
Clip of Nik via Chesney Hawkes appearance.

LIVE AID REMEMBERED – PART 1
ROCKIN’ ALL OVER THE WORLD
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 18th June, 2005
Program 1 of 2. Documentary looks back at Live Aid concerts, on eve of 20th anniversary. Feat a very short clip of Nik on stage..

LIVE AID REMEMBERED- PART 2
AGAINST ALL ODDS
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 18th June, 2005
Feat short Nik interview + Nik at the end with ‘Live Aid’ book open to his page.

HMV THEN AND NOW ADVERT
Broadcasted on ITV: 22nd June, 2005
Video clips promoting the album release through music store giants, HMV.

GMTV – LK TODAY
Broadcasted on ITV: 22nd June, 2005
Interview with Lorraine Kelly + The Riddle performance

LOOK EAST – (regional news)
Broadcasted on BBCTV: 28 June 2005
studio interview promoting ‘Then & Now’ + IWLTSGDOM video clip.

THE WRIGHT STUFF
Broadcasted on CH4: 1st July, 2005
Hosted by Matthew Wright. Topical news debate.
Nik Kershaw as guest

NOW THAT’S EMBARASSING – THE 80’s
Broadcasted on Ch4: 24th Feb, 2006
Top 40 countdown. Feat Nik and the snood at no. 40.

EXTRAS
Broadcasted on BBC2: 19th Oct, 2006 (repeated 22nd Oct, 2006)
Comedy with Ricky Gervais. Series 2 Episode 6 staring Jonathon Ross, Robert Lindsay and Robert De Niro. Features “WIBG” playing in the background in one scene.

IT STARTED WITH SWAP SHOP
Broadcasted on BBC2: 28th Dec, 2006 (repeated 31st Dec, 2006)
For one night only to celebrate it’s 30th anniversary BBC TWO are bringing back The Multi-Coloured Swap Shop. Features two quick references to Nik.

WHATEVER HAPPENED TO……NIK KERSHAW?
Broadcasted on VH1 CLASSIC: 19th May, 2007
Videos feat:- WIBG, Somebody Loves You, Human Racing, Wide Boy, Radio Musicola and IWLTSGDOM

WHEN THE STRANGLERS MET ROLAND RAT
Broadcasted on BBC4: 1st June, 2007 (repeated on 7th July, 2007)
Feat a clip of Nik on Saturday Superstore performing “WIBG” in the studio back in 1983.

TOP 40 MALE SOLO STARS
Broadcasted on VH1 CLASSIC: 12 Jun, 2007
WIBG (video) – Nik was no. 37

VIRTUAL LIVE AID
Broadcasted on VH1 CLASSIC: 13th July, 2007
Feat the following videos:- WIBG, Wide Boy, Don Quixote & The Riddle

HOMES UNDER THE HAMMER
Broadcasted on BBC1: 3rd Jan, 2008
Lucy Alexander and Martin Roberts visit a studio flat in Chelsea, London, travel to Manchester to see an end of terrace house and inspect a house in Plymouth. Extract from “WIBG” featured on the show.

NOW THAT’S WHAT I CALL 1983
Broadcasted on ITV1: 21st Nov 2008
Nik performed IWLTSGDOM and sung live to a backing track. Show recorded some 6 weeks previous.

I’M A CELEBRITY, GET ME OUT OF HERE NOW!
Broadcasted on ITV2: Nov 2008
Played a short extract from “IWLTSGDOM” on the show

TOTP2 AT CHRISTMAS
Broadcasted on BBC2: 29th Dec 2008
Series 6/7. Chesney performing The One & Only feat a caption which highlighted Nik as the writer of the song.

TOTP2 AT CHRISTMAS
Broadcasted on BBC2: 30th Dec 2008
Series 7/7. Nik’s 1984 studio performance of IWLTSGDOM. On screen caption mentions Nik had celebrated his 50th birthday this year and that it’s 34 years ago since he started out in his school band, Thor.

ALMOST FAMOUS 2
Broadcasted on BBC3: 1st Jan, 2009
Various tv clips attempting to embarress celebs of themselves from years gone by. Lizzie Webb (aka Mad Lizzie) on Good Morning Britain doing a workout with MP David Mellor with WIBG playing in the background. Extremely short clip.

STRIKE: WHEN BRITAIN WENT TO WAR
Broadcasted on MORE4: 20th June, 2009
Feature-length documentary which looks at the huge political and social changes in Britain sparked by the closing of 20 coalmines in 1984, and featuring music from that year, inc WIBG.

WIMBLEDON ’09
Broadcasted on BBC2: 25th June, 2009
‘The One and Only’ was used at the end of tennis for player Andy Murray.

MICRO MEN
Broadcasted on BBC4: 8th Oct, 2009
Feat WIBG being played towards the end of the programme as Clive Sinclair argues face to face with ex-employee Chris Curry outside the pub.

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION
Broadcasted on CH4: 15th Oct, 2009
Featuring an excerpt from Nik’s instrumental composition, “Keep Talking” approx 32 mins into the programme.

HOLLYOAKS
Broadcasted on CH4: 16th Oct, 2009
Feat an excerpt from Nik’s instrumental composition “Falling Backwards” just before the end credits.

TYLER’S ULTIMATE CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
Broadcasted on FOOD NETWORK CHANNEL: 9th Dec, 2009
Feat a brief excerpt from Nik’s instrumental composition “Falling Backwards” at the beginning of the show.

ANIMAL 24/7
Broadcasted on BBC1: 24th Feb, 2010
Series 6: Episode 4. Feat a brief excerpt from Nik’s instrumental composition “Falling Backwards” at the point of where a Brahminy Kite is captured.

MOST SHOCKING CELEBRITY MOMENTS OF 2010
Broadcasted on CH5: 29th Dec, 2010
Top 50 countdown. Feat a brief excerpt from Nik’s instrumental composition “Keep Talking” in the background whilst highlighting Mark Owen’s affair at number 26.

SATURDAY KITCHEN
Broadcasted on BBC1: 14th July, 2012
James Martin hosts the food show, with chefs Ashley Palmer Watts and Tom Kerridge. Special guest Nik KERSHAW. Nik talks about forth-coming album “Ei8ht”, career and faces ‘Food Heaven or Food Hell’ (Duck or Squid).

BBC BREAKFAST
Broadcasted on BBC1: 20th July, 2012
Presenters Charlie Stayt and Louise Minchin talk to 1980s star Nik KERSHAW about his latest album “8”, songwriting for others and a look at Nik’s new video for his forth-coming single “The Sky’s the Limit” release date the 6th August and UK tour in September 2012.

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