Late New Years Day On Channel 4

UK TV Station Channel 4 is having a late New Years Day with Elvis. These shows are going out New Years Night/early hours of the 2nd January 2004. 00:05 Elvis Lives (Music) Chris Isaak presents a documentary about Elvis Presley. Including interviews with Bruce Springsteen, Bono, Eric Clapton, Marilyn Manson and Cher, who all acknowledge his massive influence. Plus specially recorded performances of some of Elvis's hits by artists including Norah Jones and No Doubt.(Repeat, Subtitles) 01:00 Elvis Presley - One Night with You (Music) Rare concert recording from Elvis's 1968 comeback tour, including classics like 'Heartbreak Hotel', 'Are You Lonesome Tonight?' and 'Blue Suede Shoes'. The programme includes the 'King' jamming with four of his long-time back-up musicians.(Repeat, Subtitles) 02:00 Elvis Lives (Documentary) Twenty-five years after the death of Elvis, musicologist and part-time media studies lecturer Brian Appleton attempts to explore the theory that Elvis may have dropped out of his life of fame and riches by faking his own death.(Repeat, Subtitles) 02:05 Elvis Lives (Documentary) Twenty-five years after the death of Elvis, musicologist and part-time media studies lecturer Brian Appleton attempts to explore the theory that Elvis did not die but may have begun a new career working undercover for the FBI.(Repeat, Subtitles) 02:10 Elvis '56 Special (Documentary) Musical documentary about legendary rock 'n' roll performer Elvis Presley, concentrating on the beginning of his career in 1956. Stills, archive film and many musical numbers - including Heartbreak Hotel and Hound Dog - combine to show how a poor 21-year-old from Mississippi changed the face of popular music.(Repeat) 03:15 Elvis Lives (Documentary) Twenty-five years after the death of Elvis, musicologist and part-time media studies lecturer Brian Appleton attempts to explore the theory that, in fear of his life, Elvis could have faked his own death and entered the witness protection programme.(Repeat, Subtitles) 03:20 Elvis Lives (Documentary) Twenty-five years after the death of Elvis, musicologist and part-time media studies lecturer Brian Appleton comments on the way that, although the King may be dead, he has achieved a unique immortality through tributes from impersonators and the devotion of his most ardent fans.
Source: Email / Updated: Dec 11, 2003
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memphisflash (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 13, 2003report abuse
Guess I'll just have to set the video onto long play.
SGH (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 12, 2003report abuse
I think with the new interest in Elvis these shows would of gone down a storm in a afternoon slot over the holiday period.
Jim Semple (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 12, 2003report abuse
I completely agree. Great shows, dreadful slots. We are trying to win new younger fans to Elvis music and what Non - Elvis fans are going to stay up till midnight onwards to watch these shows ?!?.
Brian Quinn (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 12, 2003report abuse
Great programmes - rubbish airtime.

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