The Friday Night Rock Show
The Friday Night Rock Show burst onto the airwaves in June 2016, and it had an overwhelmingly positive reaction from viewers, who described the show as “a proper rock show on the box” and “a great addition to a Friday evening”.
This show features exclusive interviews and performances from some of the biggest names in rock, including David Coverdale, Ian Gillan, Joe Elliot, Graham Nash and Joe Bonamassa. The Friday Night Rock Show has brought in the following bands too: Black Stone Cherry, Saxon, Monster Truck, The White Buffalo, Deap Vally and many more. Undiscovered bands and classic rock videos are also represented.
Introducing the performances and conducting the interviews is renowned rock DJ and TV presenter, Nicky Horne.
Live With… is all about artists showcasing their music in their own way. It’s a half hour set with acts introducing themselves and performing up to 8 songs from their catalogue, including cover songs, or brand new, exclusive tracks from upcoming albums.
Judy Collins, Fairport Convention, Barenaked Ladies, Andy Fairweather Low, Sister Sledge, The Shires, Steve Harley, and The Beat have all featured on ‘Live With…’
The Vintage TV Sessions
Four acts perform a live set for our studio audience, together with a short interview with guest presenters.
The Vintage TV Sessions showcases a unique blend of established musical performers, such as Lisa Stansfield,, Adam Ant, Katie Melua, Paul Young, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, and Suzi Quatro, together with an array of emerging talent.
Filmed live with an audience at some of the UK’s most prestigious music venues, including the famous Water Rats, Union Chapel, and Wilton’s Music Hall, Live At has featured The Zombies, The Levellers, Marc Almond, Nik Kershaw, T’Pau, Toyah Willcox and Blancmange.
Familiar faces from the world of entertainment and sport create My Vintage sessions for Vintage TV. Guests select and play 12 to 15 songs of their choice. They introduce each music video after recalling personal memories they associate with the song, the act or the video itself and reminisce about why these songs are important to them.
Recorded in the intimate setting of Dean Street Studios, the show has an informal feel that evokes the creative atmosphere of a recording studio.
We have filmed over 200 episodes to date with guests including, Twiggy, Dame Esther Rantzen, Bruce Welch, Holly Johnson, Suzi Quatro, Glen Matlock, Joan Armatrading, Paul Carrack, Richard Thompson, Hazel O’Connor, Rick Wakeman, Midge Ure, Sandie Shaw – the list goes on and on…
Neil McCormick, Chief Music Critic for The Daily Telegraph, interviews music artists for an hour-long, profound show. He delves into their career so far, their approach to songwriting, their influences, experiences in the industry and what fans can expect in the near future.
Previous artists on Needle Time include Meat Loaf, Bob Geldof, Lulu, Jools Holland, Nile Rodgers, Joss Stone, Don McLean, KT Tunstall, James Blunt and Jeff Lynne.
Well-known daytime faces; TV personalities, comedians, and models are the typical guests on My Mixtape. Similar to My Vintage, they select and play 12 to 15 songs of their choice, introducing each video after recalling personal memories and explaining why they love the song.
Peter Andre, Lemar, Martine McCutcheon, Joe Swash, Kimberley Wyatt, Vogue Williams, Laurence Fox, Markus Feehily, Caprice and Wayne Sleep have all featured on this programme.
Your Vintage sees celebrity presenters asking members of the public, out and about in various locations across the UK, to tell us their favourite songs of all time. It’s a lively and fun programme giving viewers a chance to chat with a Vintage TV presenter and appear on National Television. It is filmed in all weathers and is totally unscripted, so anything can (and does) happen.