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Video Killed the Radio Star On Sky Arts 1st May

Saturday, 26th April 2014

Photograph 1983.
Screenshot by dltourhistory

The Def Leppard edition of Video Killed the Radio Star will be repeated on Sky Arts TV in the UK on 1st May.

The show (first broadcast in 2010) focuses on the making of the 'Photograph' video featuring interviews with Joe Elliott, Rick Savage and the director David Mallet. For those outside the UK you can buy the show on DVD.

As mentioned the VIVA! Hysteria concert film from 2013 will be premiered on UK TV on 27th April by Sky Arts 1 and Sky Arts HD.

The film will be shown for the first time on UK TV. It lasts for 1 hour 50 minutes and would appear to be the same version shown in cinemas in September 2013.

Classic Albums Hysteria is also on before it from 8-9pm.

Sky Arts 1 - Video Killed the Radio Star

Sky Arts 1 - Def Leppard On UK TV

  • Def Leppard VIVA! Hysteria
  • Sunday 27th April - 9pm-10:50pm - (Premiere)
  • Monday 28th April - 4:20am-6am (r)
  • Monday 28th April - 9am-10:50am (r)
  • Friday 2nd May - 12:30pm-2:20pm (r)
  • Def Leppard Classic Albums Hysteria
  • Sunday 27th April - 8pm-9pm
  • Monday 28th April - 3:20am-am (r)
  • Monday 28th April - 8am-9am (r)
  • Friday 2nd May - 11:30am-12:30pm (r)

Sky Arts 1 Quote - Video Killed the Radio Star

"Sheffield rock band Def Leppard, whose hits include Animal, Pour Some Sugar on Me and When Love and Hate Collide, discuss some of the most famous music videos from their career."

Sky Arts 1 Quote - VIVA! Hysteria

"The Sheffield rock band perform at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, playing their bestselling album Hysteria in full, including the singles Pour Some Sugar on Me, Animal, Love Bites and Armageddon It."

Sky Arts 1 Quote - Classic Albums Hysteria

"Documentary about the making of Def Leppard's 1987 album Hysteria, which produced seven hit singles but took the heavy metal legends to the limits of their physical and emotional endurance. Including interviews with lead singer Joe Elliott and other members of the band, as well as archive performances."