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    VIDEO VHS (PAL) cassette UK A&M AMV-689, 1990
    VIDEO VHS (PAL) cassette AUSTRALIA Hoyts/Polygram Video 089869-3, 1990
    LASER DISC (NTSC) JAPAN VideoArts VALA-3532, 1990
1. Walking Back To Me
2. Stop
3. This Feeling
4. Tea
5. Can I Get A Witness?
6. With A Little Love
7. Kissing Gate
8. Once In Your Life
9. Mindworks.

In addition, the following video clips are known to exist:

Spirit Of The Forest
Fly Up To The Moon
I Forgive You


The following performances on TV have been noted.

Formel 1 (ZDF, Germany, 1984)
Victims Of Circumstance (performance by Barclay James Harvest, with Sam on backing vocals.

Wetten, dass...? (ZDF, Germany, 14 April 1984)
Victims Of Circumstance (performance by Barclay James Harvest, with Sam on backing vocals.

Eurochart Top 50 (Sky Channel, Europe, 1988)

Pop Formula (Sky Channel, Europe, 1988)
This Feeling

Formel 1 (Germany, 1988)

MuchMusic (Canada, 1988)
Stop! (live over a backing track)

Platen 10-daogse (Netherlands, October 1988)
This Feeling (plus interview with Sam and her mother Vicki Brown)

(unknown) (Russia, 1989??)
(an appearance on Russian TV was apparently mentioned in a fan club newsletter...)

Rock Steady (Channel 4, UK, 1989)
Ain't No Sunshine (with Jools Holland)

Diamond Award Festival (Belgium, January 1989)
This Feeling

Top Of The Pops (BBC, UK, 16 February 1989)

Top Of The Pops (BBC, UK, 2 March 1989)

Top Of The Pops (BBC, UK, 25 May 1989)
Can I Get A Witness

(Formel 1?) (Germany, 1989)
Walking Back To Me

Star Test (Channel 4, UK, 1989)
(30 minute interview conducted by computer!)

Telebingo (Netherlands, 5 February 1990)
With A Little Love

Good Morning Britain (UK, 26 February 1990)
[interview promoting With A Little Love]

Wogan (UK, 2 March 1990)
[interview with Sam and her dad Joe Brown]

Linda (Netherlands, 16 March 1990)
With A Little Love

WAC '90 (UK, 1990)
With A Little Love (plus interview with Sam and her brother Pete Brown)

Top Of The Pops (BBC, UK, 31 May 1990)
Kissing Gate

(children's program, WAC?) (UK, mid 1990)
Kissing Gate (plus a segment where Sam steals the puppet host's chocolate!)

Hey, Hey It's Saturday (Nine Network,Australia, mid 1990)
The Way I Love You
With A Little Love

Midday with Ray Martin (Nine Network, Australia, mid 1990)
With A Little Love

Tonight Live With Steve Vizard (Seven Network, Australia, mid 1990)

Tonight Live With Steve Vizard (in London) (Seven Network, Australia, late 1990)
Kissing Gate

The Jools Holland Happening (UK, 28 September 1990)
Take These Chains
Stay With Me

(some charity show) (UK, 1990/1991)
Shake Rattle'n'Roll (with Jools Holland)

The Jack Dee Show (UK, late 1991)
The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face (live at The Bohemia)

Amnesty International's Big 30 (Central TV, UK, 28 December 1991)
Cry For Help [backing vocals for Rick Astley] [Note: this was also released on video tape]

The Steam Program (UK, 1992)
[a program featuring Pete Brown talking about steam engines!]
It Makes Me Wonder
The Way I Love You

Challenge Anneka (UK, 1992)
Nellie The Elephant [a TV show hosted by Anneka Rice, which produced a charity tape to benefit cot death research]
Mystery Train

Sporkers Von Sporkers (Netherlands, 6 November 1993)
Fear Of Life

(unknown Dutch program, 12 November 1993)
Letting Go

(unknown Dutch program, 15 November 1993)
Fear Of Life

(unknown Belgian program, 18 December 1993)
Standing In My Light (duet with Tom Van Landuyt)

Fineke's Wereld (Netherlands, 22 December 1993)
[special program featuring Sam at home in Scotland]

The Bob Monkhouse Show (UK, 19 August 1995)
Rescue Me

Top Of The Pops (BBC, UK, 1996)
Reaching Out [This is for the Nordoff-Robins "Rock Therapy" charity project, Sam sings back-up and plays keyboards]

TFI Friday (Channel 4, UK, 199x)
Shower Your Love On Me [Backing vocals for Kula Shaker]

Monument (Netherlands, 1996)
You're My World [This was the theme song for a tribute program to Vicki Brown. Sam also appeared on the show performing "Intuition"]

Jools Holland's New Year Show (BBC2, UK, 31 December 1997)
lead vocals on Cry Me A River
backing vocals for Let Your Tears Fall Down, & Really Gone [Sam sang backing for Jools Holland, and BB King with Dave Gilmour]

Jools Holland's New Year Show (BBC2, UK, 31 December 1998)
Drown In My Own Tears [lead vocal] (Sam also sang backing vocals for Jools Holland and Catatonia)

Cor & Co (TV2, Netherlands, 12 March 1999)
Love You And Leave You (with the Cor Bakker orchestra, and the Philips Symphony Orchestra string section)

This Morning (ITV, UK, 2000)
(backing vocals with Jools Holland and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra)

Glastonbury with Jools Holland (BBC2, June 2000)
(backing vocals)

Shine On (John Lennon Tribute) (Channel 4, UK, January 2001)
(backing vocalist with Claudia Fontaine)

[Various] (Queen's Jubilee Concert, BBC, UK, 3rd June 2002)
(part of the house band, with particularly prominent backing for "You Can't Hurry Love", "Gimme Some Lovin'", "With A Little Help From My Friends", and "Lola")

Together We Are Strong (Later with Jools Holland, UK, 22 November 2002)
(performance with Sam Moore; also backing vocals during other tracks)

Interview (The Jonathan Ross Show, BBC Radio 2, UK, 8 February 2003)
(1 hour interview with Mark Lamarr, also singing a new song "I'll be here for you my dear/Your love has gone away/There's a feeling in my heart/That's strong and here to stay/Though we're over now please don't be down/We'll find a brighter day/And I'll be here for you my dear/Though love has gone away...", and playing ukulele!)

Never Mind The Buzzcocks (BBC2, UK, 24 February 2003)
(Panelist on the winning team) [repeated 2 March 2003]

Des & Mel (UK, 25 February 2003)
Stop! (superb solo rendition on a grand piano)

Interview (The Liz Kershaw Show, BBC Radio 6, UK, 21 March 2003)

Interview (The Lottery Show, UK, 29 March 2003)
(backing vocals for Jools Holland and Dionne Warwick)

? (Loose Ends, BBC Radio 4, UK, 12 April 2003)

Jools Holland Spring Hootenanny (BBC2, UK, 3 May 2003)
(Backing vocals)