Second episode of Scotland's Music aired 10 November 2007. John performs Hurt In Your Heart in the studio live, with band member Foster Paterson, Alan Thomson and Arran Ahmun.
Series 23, show #4.
One For The Road and Johnny Too Bad and a short interview.
Appearance on Irish TV show Saturday Live with May You Never, to promote four upcoming gigs.
BBC 2 series, also known as In The Round.
John features in show with four solo 'hits'.
Second series, partly released on two cd's.
John participates in episodes 6 and 7 with Excuse Me Mister and He's Got All The Whiskey.
As late as September 2011 the official and complete release on DVD became reality.
John does a good job for a small invited studio audience; music interlaced with mini-interviews.
Live studio performance for pay tv channel.
Series 7, Show 4
Three songs, two from the And era.
Brief TV appearances in Scottish series of 30 minute films. "Musicians Aly Bain from Shetland and Jay Ungar from New York are joined by top country singers, musicians and songwriters from Scotland, Ireland and Norht America." The series was a Pelicula Films production for BBC Scotland, "filmed on the Atlantic Coast of Scotland" at the Montgreenan Mansion House Hotel, Kilwinning, Ayrshire.
In June 1995 John performed Suzanne live in the VH-1 studios.
John plays acoustic guitar and is accompanied by Alan Thomson on bass and a conga player who might be Gaspar Lawal.
The song is introduced with a misspelled 'Susan' and lasts four and a half minutes (4:26). Halfway through Alan plays a sober but impressive bass solo.
Only one VHS home recording of this show survives which was on YouTube briefly, shortly after John died.
A couple of inferior copies taken from that still circulate.