Well, that's choice, isn't it?
I'd like to be a gallery, Put you all inside my show...
Don't forget to tune into BBC2 in the UK tonight at 19:20 GMT for Stanley Spencer: Omnibus which we reported on Bowienet earlier in the week. (02/26/01 NEWS: DAVID NARRATES STANLEY SPENCER DOCUMENTARY) Narrated by "Spencer enthusiast and collector David Bowie" the program is choice of the day in the current Radio Times television guide. Here's a bit of what they say:
"This is an affectionate film, narrated by avid collector, rock singer David Bowie, which cannot fail to make you tumble headlong in love with the man and his work. Anyone who can paint that most prosaic of things, a hot-water bottle in a memorial chapel, and not make it look out of place, is deserving of our undying respect. Masterful."
Don't touch that dial, because following Omnibus at 20:05 is an hour-long documentary tribute to singer-songwriter Kirsty MacColl, who was tragically killed in a freak boating accident recently...check it out, Kirsty was a much under-valued talent. And then it's an hour and a half of the next instalment of "I Love The Eighties" which looks back fifteen years to 1986.
Mrs Bowie wannabe Patsy Kensit recalls the year when: "big spec's and white stilettos were in..." - She will doubtless be taking a look at the film 'Absolute Beginners' in which she starred as Crepe Suzette alongside Colin played by Eddie O'Connell and that shifty geezer Vendice Partners played by an unknown British actor with odd eyes. };-)