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Section 13--TV Appearances

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Note:  Bob's WCW activities and appearances are not documented here.

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Artist:                 Hüsker Dü
Title:			Rockpalast
Format:			Live concert show
Producer:		German TV
Air Date:		N/A
Location:               N/A
Time:			N/A
Notes:			Rockpalast personnel have now confirmed what has
			long been suspected, that  Hüsker Dü never appeared
			on this program:  "der Archivfuchs meldet definitiv -
			No Hüsker Dü!"  It is likely that the source who
			was mistaken about this confused  the "Rockpalast"
			series with the "Live from London" series.  A
			program from the latter series was used for the
			Makes No Sense... concert video.
Contents:
			N/A
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Artist:                 Hüsker Dü
Title:			[none]
Format:			Video interview
Producer:		A Spiral of Silence...
Date Recorded:          05 May 1985
Air Date:		[unaired?]
Location:               The Channel, Boston MA
Time:			7:55
Notes:			A Spiral of Silence (aka SOS Productions) was a
			communications media outfit run by Geoffrey Alman.
			The website is long gone, but some info can be
			retrieved via the Internet Archive. The video was
			shot outside the club, presumably on the afternoon
			of the 05 May 1985 Hüsker Dü show there. It may
			have been intended for airing on a local access
			cable program, or might simply have been a personal
			project. The interview is condicted by Alman, then a
			student at UMass-Amherst. Cameraman is identified as
			"Pete." The video turned up on YouTube in 2011
			bearing a 2003 copyright date.
Contents:
			Interview with all three band members

			

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Artist:                 Hüsker Dü
Title:			Videowave #55
Format:			Music video and interview program
Producer:		Video's Last Stand
Date Recorded:          08 May 1985
Air Date:		1985
Location:               Peppermint Lounge, NYC
Time:			16:55 (of 29 min)
Notes:			NYC cable access program.  All three Hüskers
			interviewed by Alan Abramowitz backstage at the
			Peppermint Lounge.  In addition to the interview
			and video, "Pink Turns To Blue" plays beneath
			the closing credits.
Contents:
			Interview, plus video of:

			Makes No Sense At All/Love Is All Around

			[Also two Minutemen videos, Meat Puppets video]

			Excerpt:

			
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Artist:                 Hüsker Dü
Title:			MusiCalifornia
Format:			Music & interview show
Producer:		Antenne 2 [France]
Date Recorded:          02 Mar 1985
Air Date:		05 Oct 1985
Location:               Ackerman Grand Ballroom, UCLA, Los Angeles CA
Time:			4 min (of 30)
Notes:			French interview with Bob's answers in English,
			along with some performance clips from the UCLA gig.
			Recorded by iO Productions as part of an ongoing
			series about LA underground music that aired on
			French TV.  Here's a descriptive blurb captured from
			their (now defunct) website:

			  In the early 1980's, iO Productions, inc.
			  produced a monthly half hour show about the
			  "underground" music scene in Los Angeles.
			  This show was called "MusiCalifornia" and
			  aired in France on Antenne 2, the government
			  subsidized network, for several years.  The
		  	  producers of the show became known in Los
			  Angeles as the frenchies who were interested
			  in the music no one else was and as a result
			  were on very good terms with many bands who
			  got their very first TV appearances.

			  In 1988 the show ended its run on French TV
			  and quietly dissapeared...but the legacy of
			  this show is the unique documentation of many
		  	  bands who were not yet in the public eye and
			  who since has become famous. To the best of
			  our knowledge nobody owns footage depicting
			  the Los Angeles music scene in the 1980s as
			  well shot or edited than ours.  This website
			  reflects the legacy of "MusiCalifornia".

			  iO Productions, inc. is now in production for
			  a rock documentary entitled "Vinerepylenoma"
			  featuring many of the bands and interviews
			  collected during the years "MusiCalifornia"
			  was on the air. We welcome inquiries from
			  bands or their representatives interested in
			  making this documentary a reality.  We intend
			  to update this website to inform the artists
			  and performers of our progress.

			  updated 8/26/2002

			Apparently, iO Productions went out of business
			sometime in the late 00s, and there is no
			evidence that the documentary described above
			was ever released, but the trailer has been
			preserved on YouTube (no Hüsker content).
Contents:
			Interview, performance clips of:

			Pink Turns To Blue
                        Eight Miles High
			
			
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Artist:                 Hüsker Dü
Title:			Good Company
Format:			Talk Show
Producer:		KSTP-TV
Air Date:		Apr 1986
Location:               Minneapolis
Time:			7 min
Notes:			Locally-produced afternoon talk show in St Paul.
			Very bizarre tableau.
Contents:
			Interview, abbreviated performance of:

			Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely
			Makes No Sense At All

			
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Artist:                 Hüsker Dü
Title:			MTV News
Format:			Music industry news program
Producer:		MTV
Air Date:		13 May 1986
Location:               NYC?
Time:			3 min
Contents:
			Interview, performance fragments
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Artist:                 Bob Mould
Title:			New Music Awards
Format:			Award show
Producer:		Unknown
Air Date:		1986
Location:               Unknown
Time:			4 min
Contents:
			Bob presents award to Big Audio Dynamite
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Artist:                 Hüsker Dü
Title:			Minnesota Music Awards
Format:			Award show
Producer:		Minneapolis local access cable
Air Date:		1986
Location:               Minneapolis
Time:			10 min
Notes:			Hüsker Dü receives the award for Best Garage Band,
			but Bob and Grant do not come onstage.  They
			appear later, both wearing neckties, to present
			two awards.  Most of the ceremony has been edited
			out (total length unknown).  Soul Asylum performs
			at the end of the clip.
Contents:
			[See notes above]
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Artist:                 Hüsker Dü
Title:			Channel 11 News Extra
Format:			Local news
Producer:		WUSA, Minneapolis
Air Date:		Apr 1987
Location:               Minneapolis
Time:			3 min
Contents:
			Interview, live fragments of:

			Ice Cold Ice
			Back From Somewhere
			Charity, Chastity, Prudence And Hope
			Bed Of Nails

			
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Artist:                 Hüsker Dü
Title:			Late Show with Joan Rivers
Format:			Talk show
Producer:		Fox Network
Air Date:		27 Apr 1987
Location:               Fox Studios, Hollywood
Time:			10 min (of 60)
Contents:
			Interview, live TV studio performance of:

			Could You Be The One?
			She's A Woman (And Now He Is A Man)

			
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Artist:                 Hüsker Dü
Title:			Today Show
Format:			News, talk show
Producer:		NBC
Air Date:		20 May 1987
Location:		Hennepin Center, Minneapolis
Time:			5 min
Notes:			Performances are fragmentary except for "Could You
			Be The One."
Contents:
			Interview, live outdoor performance excerpts of:

			Love Is All Around
			Actual Condition
			Could You Be The One?
			Everytime

			
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Artist:                 Hüsker Dü
Title:			Provinssi Rock 87
Format:			Music show
Producer:		Finland TV
Air Date:		06 Jun 1987
Location:               Seinäjoki, Finland
Time:			15 min
Contents:
			Interviews, live outdoor concert footage of:

			These Important Years
			Everytime
			Celebrated Summer
			Pink Turns To Blue
			Gotta Lotta

			
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Artist:                 Hüsker Dü
Title:			Pinkpop Festival
Format:			Music show
Producer:		Netherlands TV
Air Date:		08 Jun 1987
Location:               Baarlo NL
Time:			8 min
Notes:			Cold, rainy day.
Contents:
			Live outdoor concert footage of:

			Ice Cold Ice
			Eight Miles High

			
			
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Artist:                 Hüsker Dü
Title:			Okay
Format:			Music show
Producer:		Austria TV
Air Date:		Jun 1987
Location:               Vienna, Austria
Time:			4:42
Notes:			Performance clips from the 14 Jun 1987 show at
			Messepalast in Vienna, plus interviews with band
			members and festival attendees. While there is
			little doubt that this segment aired on Austrian TV
			(ORF), there is a possiblity that it appeared on a
			different program, Ohne Malkorb, which ran on ORF
			from 1967 to sometime in 1987.
Contents:
			Live concert footage of:

			Ice Cold Ice
			Standing In The Rain

			
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Artist:                 Hüsker Dü
Title:			The New Music
Format:			Music show
Producer:		Canada TV (see notes)
Air Date:		Oct 1987
Location:		RPM Club, Toronto
Time:			7 min
Notes:			Logo in upper right corner of picture reads "SKY"--
			possibly an independent Toronto station, but also
                        an independent UK TV network, on which this piece
                        might have aired, as the clip has been converted
                        from PAL.
Contents:
			Studio interview spiced with promo video excerpts and
			the following live clips from the 13 Oct 1987 RPM Club
			show:

			Now That You Know Me
			Books About UFOs

			
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Artist:                 Hüsker Dü
Title:			Seguira Gestione Aste Anti [?]
Format:			Music Show
Producer:		RTC Tartara [Italy]
Date Recorded:		14 May 1985
Air Date:		1987?
Location:		Camden Palace, London
Time:			6 min
Notes:			Excerpts from Makes No Sense... video.  Hypothetical
			title is taken from graphic overlay, which may refer to
			something unrelated.  Last song truncated.
Contents:
			Every Everything
			Makes No Sense At All
			Pink Turns To Blue
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Artist:                 Hüsker Dü
Title:			Unknown
Format:			Music Show
Producer:		FRG TV
Date Recorded:		14 May 1985
Air Date:		1987?
Location:		Camden Palace, London
Time:			7 min
Notes:			Reputedly aired in Germany (no evidence one way or the
			other), this piece is merely the Punk Special video.
Contents:
			I Apologize
			If I Told You
			Books About UFOs
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Artist:                 Hüsker Dü
Title:			Minneapolis Sounds
Format:			Music documentary (60 min)
Producer:		PBS
Date Recorded:		Dec 1987?
Air Date:		Apr 1988
Location:		Minneapolis (performance clips from 1st Ave)
Time:			8 min (of 60)
Contents:
			Interviews; frustratingly brief live performance
			snippets of:

			Every Everything
			Find Me
			Makes No Sense At All*
			Love Is All Around*
			Green Eyes

			

			[Coverage of other Minneapolis bands]

		       *Excerpts from music video versions?
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Artist:                 Hüsker Dü
Title:			MTV News "X-Ray"
Format:			Music news feature
Producer:		MTV
Air Date:		1988
Location:		Minneapolis
Time:			4:45
Notes:			Aired after breakup.  Some overlap in content
			with 13 May 1986 MTV feature.
Contents:
			Interview, performance fragments.

			

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Artist:			Bob Mould
Title:			MTV News
Format:			Music industry news program
Producer:		MTV
Air Date:		05 May 1989
Location:               NYC
Time:			4 min
Contents:
			Interview, performance fragments
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Artist:			Grant Hart
Title:			Off-Beat Special
Format:			Music festival coverage
Producer:		Tele 5, Düsseldorf FRG
Date Recorded:		26 Nov 1989
Air Date:		Nov 1989
Location:		Popkomm Festival, Düsseldorf FRG
Time:			6 min
Contents:
			Interview (German voiceover) plus truncated
			version (from ZACK show) of:

			Louie, Louie

			
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Artist:			Bob Mould
Title:			Off-Beat Special
Format:			Music festival coverage
Producer:		Tele 5, Düsseldorf FRG
Date Recorded:		28 Nov 1989
Air Date:		Nov 1989
Location:		Popkomm Festival, Düsseldorf FRG
Time:			8 min
Contents:
			Interview (German voiceover)

			
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Artist:			Various (Bob Mould)
Title:			Technical Difficulties
Format:			Musical variety show
Producer:		KTCA
Date Recorded:		Dec 1989
Air Date:		31 Dec 1989
Location:		Minneapolis
Time:			4:30 (of 60:00)
Notes:			New Year's Eve fundraiser on Twin Cities public TV.  Bob
			sits on the hood of a car in a parking garage and sings.
			Segment was prerecorded.
Contents:
			Sinners And Their Repentances

			
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Artist:			Bob Mould
Title:			120 Minutes
Format:			Music video show
Producer:		MTV
Date Recorded:		Nov 1990
Air Date:		18 Nov 1990
Location:		NYC
Time:			14 min (of 120)
Contents:
			Interview plus videos of:

			It's Too Late
			See A Little Light

			Edited version (promo videos removed due to
			copyrighted content):

			

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Artist:			Bob Mould
Title:			MTV X-Ray
Format:			Music news feature
Producer:		MTV
Date Recorded:		Jan 1991
Air Date:		Jan 1991
Location:		1st Ave, Minneapolis
Time:			10 min
Notes:			Various artists pay tribute to 1st Ave on the
			occasion of its 20th anniversary.
Contents:

			Brief interview with Bob Mould

			[Paul Westerberg, Prince others also appear]
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Artist:			Nova Mob
Title:			MTV X-Ray
Format:			Music news feature (120 Minutes)
Producer:		MTV
Date Recorded:		Jan? 1991
Air Date:		07 Apr 1991
Location:		A frozen lake, somewhere in Minnesota (Mille Lacs
			Lake, Minneapolis, according to the graphic).
Time:			6 min
Notes:			Conversation with Grant Hart during the filming
			of the "Admiral Of The Sea" promo video.
Contents:
			Interview with Grant Hart plus the Admiral video
			
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Artist:                 Hüsker Dü
Title:			Night Flight
Format:			Semi-avant-garde music & film potpourri
Producer:		(Syndicated)
Date Recorded:		1985-1990
Air Date:		13 Apr 1991 [Boston]
Location:		Studio
Time:			2 min (of 7)
Notes:			Feature on Minneapolis bands.  No new material. The
			embedded video below has been edited (most of the
			promo video content has been removed) in order to
			satisfy fair-use limitiations on YouTube.
Contents:
			Clips from promo videos:

			Could You Be The One?
			Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely
			It's Too Late

			[Similar treatment of Prince, Soul Asylum, etc.]

			
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Artist:			Sugar
Title:			Day in Rock
Format:			Music news show
Producer:		MTV
Date Recorded:		Sep 1992
Air Date:		01? Oct 1992
Location:		NYC
Time:			Unknown
Contents:
			Interview plus live clips

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Artist:			Bob Mould
Title:			120 Minutes
Format:			Music video show
Producer:		MTV
Date Recorded:		Sep 1992
Air Date:		27 Sep 1992
Location:		NYC
Time:			13 min (of 120)
Contents:
			Interview by host Dave Kendall plus Sugar videos of:

			Helpless
			Changes
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Artist:			Bob Mould
Title:			Alternative Nation
Format:			Music video show
Producer:		MTV
Date Recorded:		Mar 1993
Air Date:		05 Mar 1993
Location:		NYC
Time:			9 min
Notes:			Appearance with MTV VJ Kennedy.
Contents:
			Interview
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Artist:			Bob Mould
Title:			120 Minutes
Format:			Music video show
Producer:		MTV
Date Recorded:		Jun 1993
Air Date:		13 Jun 1993
Location:		NYC
Time:			15 min (of 120)
Contents:
			Interview by host Lewis Largent plus Sugar videos of:

			Tilted
			If I Can't Change Your Mind
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Artist:			Sugar
Title:			120 Minutes
Format:                 Music video show
Producer:               MTV
Date Recorded:          Nov 1992
Air Date:               08 Nov 1992
Location:               American Studio, NYC
Time:                   6 min (of 120)
Notes:			Interview with Bob, rehearsal clips, "Helpless" vid.
Contents:
			Needle Hits E (fragments)
			Anyone (fragment)

			
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Artist:                 Sugar
Title:                  "ARTE" Megamix Special
Format:                 Music show
Producer:               German or French TV
Date Recorded:          Dec 1992
Air Date:               03 May 1993 (Germany)
                        Unknown (France)
Location:               TV studio, unknown city (interview)
                        Salle Omnisport, Rennes, France (performance clips)
Time:                   13 min
Notes:                  Interview in English with German/French subtitles.
                        Live clips are from Les TransMusicales de Rennes,
			04 Dec 1992.  The "Act" clip is only a fragment.
Contents:
			The Act We Act
			Changes
			Running Out Of Time

			

			
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Artist:			Sugar
Title:			The Late Show "No Nirvana" special
Format:			Variety? show
Producer:		UK TV
Date Recorded:		Late 1992
Air Date:		1993
Location:		Unknown UK TV studio (London?)
Time:			3 min
Notes:			A few glitches.
Contents:
			Helpless

			
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Artist:			Sugar
Title:			The Beat
Format:			Music show
Producer:		UK TV
Date Recorded:		13 Jun 1993
Air Date:		04 Jul 1993
Location:		Finsbury Park, London
Time:			11 min
Notes:			Clips of Great X-pectations show, hosted by Gary
			Crowley.
Contents:
			A Good Idea
			Changes

			
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Artist:			Nova Mob
Title:			"Wah Wah" Viva TV
Format:			Music show
Producer:		FRG TV
Date Recorded:		03 Jun 1994
Air Date:		Jun 1994
Location:		Dortmund FRG
Time:			10 min
Notes:			Interview, Live Station performance clips
Contents:
                        Snippets of:

                        Shoot Your Way To Freedom
			Old Empire
			Little Miss Information
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Artist:			Bob Mould
Title:			120 Minutes
Format:			Music video show
Producer:		MTV
Date Recorded:		01 Sep 1994
Air Date:		04 Sep 1994
Location:		MTV Studios, NYC
Time:			120 min
Notes:			Bob's host segment.  Joined by Lou Barlow at about
			the halfway point in the program.  The two perform
			a Sebadoh song live acoustically.  A second live
			acoustic song, this one a Mould song, was taped but
			not aired. Sugar videos shown were "If I Can't Change
			Your Mind" and "Your Favorite Thing," along with
			clips from "Could You Be The One?" (prompting Bob to
			wince and remark about how much more hair he had back
			then) and "Helpless."
Contents:
			Magnet's Coil

			
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Artist:			Bob Mould
Title:			Rage TV
Format:			Music video show
Producer:		TV 38, Boston
Date Recorded:		01 Sep 1994
Air Date:		09 Sep 1994
Location:		Boston MA
Time:			
Notes:			
Contents:
			Interview, video clips

	
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Artist:			Bob Mould
Title:			The New Music
Format:			Music video & interview show
Producer:		MuchMusic, Canada
Date Recorded:		Early Oct 1994
Air Date:		19 Oct 1994
Location:		Vortex, Toronto
Time:			11 min
Notes:			Abbreviated version of interview aired 11 Oct on City
			TV (Toronto).  Vortex is a Toronto record store.
                        Live Toronto performance clips interspersed.
Contents:
			Mould interview, video fragments, performance
                        fragments (Sugar clips from Concert Hall, Toronto,
			03 May 1993; Hüsker clips from The Tour) of:

			A Good Idea
			Changes
			Diane
			Makes No Sense At All

			
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Artist:			Sugar
Title:			Week In Rock
Format:			Music news show
Producer:		MTV
Date Recorded:		12 Nov 1994
Air Date:		27 Nov 1994
Location:		New York NY
Time:			4 min
Notes:			
Contents:		Interview, Roseland performance clips

			
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Artist:			Bob Mould/Lou Barlow
Title:			120 Minutes
Format:			Music video show
Producer:		MTV
Date Recorded:		01 Sep 1994
Air Date:		18 Dec 1994
Location:		MTV Studios, NYC
Time:			120 min
Notes:			Outtake from Bob's earlier host segment.  Acoustic
			duet.
Contents:
			Believe What You're Saying

			
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Artist:			Bob Mould
Title:			120 Minutes
Format:			Music video show
Producer:		MTV
Date Recorded:		21 May 1996
Air Date:		26 May 1996
Location:		MTV Studios, NYC
Time:			15 min
Notes:			Bob interviewed by host Matt Pinfield between
			videos during first half of program.
Contents:
			Interview + "Egøverride" video

			
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Artist:			Bob Mould
Title:			120 Minutes
Format:			Music video show
Producer:		MTV
Date Recorded:		14 Jul 1996
Air Date:		04 Aug 1996
Location:		MTV Studios, NYC
Time:			4 min
Notes:			Bob interviewed by host Matt Pinfield outside
			Bottom Line prior to "Sweet Relief 2" benefit
			performance.  Performance clips shown of Bob
			backing Vic Chesnutt (but no excerpts from Bob's
			own set).
Contents:
			Interview, clips of:

			Strange Language
			Gravity Of The Situation
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Artist:			Bob Mould
Title:			Edgewise
Format:			Talk show
Producer:		MSNBC
Date Recorded:		20? Nov 1996
Air Date:		23 Nov 1996
Location:		MSNBC Studios, NYC
Time:			8 min
Notes:			Bob interviewed by host John Hawkenberry; live
                        acoustic performance.
Contents:
			Roll Over & Die

			
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Artist:			Bob Mould
Title:			The Daily Show
Format:			Nightly comedy program
Producer:		Comedy Central
Date Recorded:		19? Dec 1996
Air Date:		19 Dec 1996
Location:		Comedy Central Studios, NYC
Time:			1:50 (of 60 min)
Notes:			Bob and host Craig Kilborn sing a duet of
			"Little Drummer Boy" over the closing credits
			(spoofing the Bing Crosby/David Bowie TV
			rendition of the song some years earlier).
                        
Contents:
			Little Drummer Boy

			
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Artist:			Bob Mould
Title:			(Unknown)
Format:			Music show
Producer:		(French TV)
Date Recorded:		Live
Air Date:		31 Oct 1998
Location:		Paris
Time:			
Notes:			Brief interview, one live song by (3-piece) LDAPS
			band.
Contents:
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Artist:			Hüsker Dü
Title:			Where Are They Now?
Format:			As the title implies...
Producer:		VH1
Date Recorded:		Mar 1999
Air Date:		07 Sep 1999
Location:		New footage recorded in Minneapolis
Time:			4:15 (of 60 min)
Notes:			Interviews with Grant and Greg, video clips of Bob
			and Hüsker.  Greg is seen working as a chef;
			Grant shows off his vintage Studebaker (which
			refuses to start) and the strings of bolts and
			washers he makes from roadside junk.
Contents:
			Audio and video fragments of:

			Could You Be The One?
			Love Is All Around
			Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely
			Admiral Of The Sea
			If I Can't Change Your Mind
			See A Little Light

			
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Artist:			Hüsker Dü
Title:			Top 100 Artists Of Hard Rock (Part 2)
Format:			"Best Of..." compilation
Producer:		VH1
Date Recorded:		2000
Air Date:		15 Nov 2000 (initial airing)
Time:			1:32 (of 300 min)
Notes:			Hüsker ranks #68 on this list, between the Rolling
			Stones at #67 and Megadeth at #69.  Kirk Hammett,
			Billy Corgan and Billie Joe Armstrong share their
			thoughts on the band.  This five-part series aired
			in one-hour segments over several nights.
Contents:
			Audio and video fragments of:

			Everytime
			It's Too Late [!]
			Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely
			Could You Be The One?
			Celebrated Summer

			
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Artist:			Hüsker Dü
Title:			All Access: 25 Years of Punk
Format:			Documentary
Producer:		VH1
Date Recorded:		2001
Air Date:		19 Apr 2001 (initial airing)
Time:			60 min
Notes:			An ambitious project that really needed much more
			than an hour to address the topic fairly.  Most of
			of the program centered on the early days, the
			Ramones and Sex Pistols in particular, and vaulted
			over the 80s to get to the all-important "grunge"
			era.  The Hüsker Dü segment ran a whopping 22
			seconds, despite Spin writer Eric Weisbard's
			assertion that "Hüsker Dü somehow went from being
			this band that played really ridiculously fast --
			and the whole thing about hardcore is you could
			play as fast as you wanted to -- they went from
			that to being the world's best rock band in
			something like three years."
Contents:
			Weisbard's comment, plus a few seconds from the
			"Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely" video.
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Artist:			Hüsker Dü
Title:			VH1 Presents The 80s: New Wave/Alternative
Format:			Documentary
Producer:		VH1
Date Recorded:		2001
Air Date:		06 Nov 2001 (initial airing)
Time:			2:40 (out of 60 min)
Notes:			Last two segments of program focus on postpunk,
			and Hüsker Dü figures prominently, with a little
			under three minutes of total coverage scattered
			over a few brief segments.  Most of these feature
			Bob being interviewed, but two very short live
			performance fragments are included, neither of
			which is identifiable; both appear to be from 1986
			or 1987.  A live version of "Makes No Sense At All"
			is heard over one of the clips, and continues into
			the following segments.  Excerpts of the "Don't
			Want To Know If You Are Lonely" and "Could You Be
			The One?" videos are also shown.
Contents:
			[See description in Notes section]

			
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Artist:			Bob Mould
Title:			The Henry Rollins Show
Format:			Music & talk program
Producer:		IFC
Date Recorded:		18 Dec 2006
Air Date:		19 Jun 2007 (initial airing)
Time:			3:13 (out of 30 min)
Notes:			Bob's segment occurs at the end of the program and
			consists of just one song.  A second song, "Again
			And Again," and a six-minute interview were recorded
			but not aired.  (The song was originally
			misidentified on the site as "We're Not Alone," but
			the title has since been corrected.)
Contents:
			If I Can't Change Your Mind
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Artist:			Hüsker Dü
Title:			Seven Ages Of Rock
Subtitle:		Left Of The Dial
Format:			Music documentary
Producer:		BBC
Date Recorded:		2007 [Hüsker clip 14 May 1985]
Air Date:		23 Jun 2007 (initial airing)
Time:			~1 minute (of 60)
Notes:			Chapter (or "Age") 6 of an ambitious BBC documentary
			on the history of rock.  This segment focuses mostly
			on REM and Nirvana as the defining bands of
			American "alternative rock," with a nod to Black
			Flag for starting it all.  Hüsker content is scant,
			consisting of a brief clip from the 1985 Camden
			Palace video and commentary from Michael Azerrad,
			who credits them for introducing melody to punk,
			making the genre attractive to eyeglass-wearers.
Contents:
			Pink Turns To Blue [excerpt]

			
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Artist:			Bob Mould
Title:			The Daily Habit
Format:			Music & talk program
Producer:		FUEL TV
Date Recorded:		Jan 2008
Air Date:		22 Jan 2008 (initial airing)
Time:			8:20 (out of 30 min)
Notes:			FUEL TV appears to be a channel centered on surfing,
			skateboarding, snowboarding and dirt-biking, with a
			target audience of 8th grade boys.  Bob appears in
			two segments of this program, performing one solo
			acoustic number in each.  No interview.  Bob's voice
			sounds a little off.
Contents:
			Again And Again
			If I Can't Change Your Mind
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Artist:			Bob Mould
Title:			In The Life
Format:			Documentary series
Producer:		PBS
Date Recorded:		22 Feb 2008
Air Date:		Jun 2008 (scheduled)
Time:			
Notes:			Program documenting the gay experience.  Bob
			performance and interview.
Contents:
			
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Artist:			Grant Hart
Title:			Drinking With Ian
Subtitle:		Season 5; Episode 12
Format:			Comedy/variety program
Producer:		Minneapolis local access cable channel
Date Recorded:		28 Sep 2008
Air Date:		2009?
Location: 		First Avenue, Minneapolis
Time:			28:31
Notes:			Long-running local comedy show hosted by Ian Rans. 
			Grant introduced at 7:45. Musical segment begins
			at 21:16.
Contents:		Interview, chitchat, plus live performance of:

			Sorry Somehow
			The Last Days Of Pompeii

			

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Artist:			Grant Hart
Title:			ARTE
Format:			Music & arts program
Producer:		German TV
Date Recorded:		21 Nov 2010
			14 May 1985*
Air Date:		13 Jan 2011
Time:			6:46
Notes:			Interview with Grant (German-translation voiceover)
			conducted 21 Nov 2010 at King Kong Club in Berlin,
			accompanied by a few performance clips from that
			night's show and a few from the 14 May 1985 Camden
			Palace video.  A brief segment shows Grant browsing
			a display of punk-rock memorabilia as "Shoot Your
			Way To Freedom" plays in the background; another
			segment includes a clip from the "Nobody Rides For
			Free" music video. An additional 5:46 of interview
			outtakes (in English) may or may not still be
			available online here.
Contents:
			Live fragments of:

			Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely
			*Diane
			*Pink Turns To Blue
			What's A Little Angel Doing So Far From Heaven?
			Over My Head
			
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Artist:			Bob Mould
Title:			Rockpalast
Format:			Live concert show
Producer:		German TV
Date recorded: 		08 Nov 2014
Air Date:		08 Dec 2014
Location:               Ferienpark, Wangels, Germany
Time:			21:41 (of 60 minutes)
Notes:			Selected portions of the Bob Mould Band set at the
			two-day Rolling Stone Weekender festival, 07-08 Nov
			2014). Other artists featured on the program: The
			Undertones, The Felice Brothers, Iron And Wine, 
			Live, Wakey! Wakey!, Tweedy. There's a four-hour
			video of the festival on the Rockpalast website,
			but it's not clear if the long version aired on TV.
			YouTube video below includes only the Bob Mould
			segment.

Contents:
			Fire In The City
			If I Can't Change Your Mind
			Hey Mr. Grey
			Come Around
			Tomorrow Morning
			Something I Learned Today
			Chartered Trips

						
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