Documentary about Ian McCallum filmed in 1988 by Zenith North, which "includes a slightly drunk McCallum performing two songs live with a slightly drunker John Martyn". One song was Sweet Little Mystery.
John participated in an early episode of Night Network, broadcasted Friday 16 October 1987. John does a 'live set' including an acoustic May You Never. Sting is interviewed by Paul Thompson and Tom Petty by Mick Brown.
During the Foundations Tour, John also visited Spain. For RTVE he recorded at least two tracks live in the studio, with the full band.
John plays a white guitar; Foster Paterson keyboards, Arran Ahmun drums, and probably David Ball on fretless bass.
Angeline lasts 5 minutes, Over the Rainbow two and a half.
Band appearance not identical with the 45 minute special (the Laserdisk), but taken from same concert. I also found an 'Ohne Filter extra' broadcast by WDR on Sunday 22 June 1986 that apparently lasted more than two hours.
Special in German Ohne Filter-series ('Musik Pur'). Performance broadcasted by Südwestfunk, also converted to laserdisk called Purely Music and to Empty Ceiling DVD.
Five tracks from London Palladium show recorded 3 March preceded by six minute interview with Mick Brown.
Saturday morning TV programme for children; John played Lonely Love and Serendipity and participated in some games.
German tv show with John Martyn and Foster Paterson.
German broadcast featuring John and Foster Paterson.
Over The Rainbow is performed half lipsynched at -16° centigrade for 3:45.
Live tv registration in first episode of Zting. John performs three songs with Foster Paterson: Sweet Little Mystery, Dealer and Over The Rainbow.
Zting saw six episodes and John was a main guest in the first one. He gets a two minute interview with presenter Petter Nome first and is in top form. Other artists were R.E.M, Blind Date and Beranek.