I'll give you television...
The Museum of Television & Radio (MTR) in Los Angeles and New York will present the first-ever retrospective devoted to the extraordinary career of David Bowie. 'David Bowie: Sound + Vision' runs from June 7th through to September 15th, 2002, and the screenings will include:
* Rarely seen performances, outtakes, documentaries, and interviews
* More than fifty music videos, including "Life on Mars?," "Ashes to Ashes," "Let's Dance," "Jazzin' for Blue Jean," "Thursday's Child," and many more
* Alan Yentob's classic BBC documentary Cracked Actor
* Commemoration of the 30th Anniversary of The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars
Hare's a bit from the press release which you can reach by clicking on the image above (if it's not there just yet, please try again a little later):
"Culled from archives around the world, as well as Bowie's own personal library, this screening series will showcase the artist's pioneering work in the music video form along with rarely seen performances, outtakes, documentaries, and interviews. Organized chronologically and comprised of nearly one hundred elements, this five-part screening series traces the evolution of a rock icon who, over five decades, has continually reinvented himself and his art."
With news like this, what I want to know is, how are those of us travelling to Roseland from around the world ever expected to go home again?!