Everyone loves David Bowie and if you don’t then you’re clearly jealous of how good he looks in a pair of tights. Even at 65 (and a six year gap since his last live performance), David Bowie is still a tour de force in the world of pop and style but it’s easy to forget that ‘The Labyrinth’ wasn’t his only venture into the world of the cinema. This weekend sees the first Bowiefest at the ICA: three days dedicated to the great man’s varied career in film, with screenings, talks and Q&As, showing everything from ‘Absolute Beginners’ to ‘Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence’. If we’ve whet your Bowie appetite and you need a fix now, then we’ve got five prime examples of Bowie on the small screen for you…. Carly-Ann Clements
David Bowie tells Conan O’Brien one of his secrets…
Oh Ricky, you ‘chubby little loser’
David Bowie performing Young Americans on Dick Cavett show in 1974
David Bowie talks about the Pixies
David Bowie parody from Blue Jam (voiced by Phill Cornwell)
For more info or to buy tickets, see bowiefest.net.