10/25/69 C0006531 AMOUGIES, BELGUIM: POP FANS CHASE AWAY TELIVISION CAMERAMEN AT INTERNATIONAL POP JAZZ FESTIVAL:
10/25/69 C0006531 AMOUGIES, BELGUIM: POP FANS CHASE AWAY TELIVISION CAMERAMEN AT INTERNATIONAL POP JAZZ FESTIVAL: LN 11908 "BELGIUM POP" SHOWS: MCU TEENANGER ? SITTING AND AROUND: LS LIGHTS PAN TO STAGE: MS AUDIENCE THROWE GRASS ATY CAMERA: MCU YOUTH LEAPS AT CAMERA AND MAKES FACES: MS AUDIENCE THROW GRASS AT CAMERA: MS POP GROUP ON STAGE: MS PSYCHEDELIC BACKDROP: MCU SING: MS AUDIENCE SEATED WITH STROBE LIGHTS PULSATING: MS LIGHTS: MS AUDIENCE: MCU MAN THROW KISSES: MCU GUITARIST: CU MAN WITH BEARD: MS PYSCHEDELIC BACKDROP: GV POP GROUP: MS AUDIENCE APPLAUD: (SHOT 10/24/69 33 FT) ZAPPA, FRANK JACK,ALAN POP MUSIC - JAZZ GEORGAKA RAKOS, JEAN GREEN, BURTON MUSICAL INSTROMENT - GUITAR FESTIVALS - BELGUIM DUNBAR, AMNSLEY BELGUIM - AMOUGIES MUSIC - MUSICIANS - BELGIUM UPITN / 33 FT / 16POS / COLOR / R23416 33 FT / 16FGM / POS 33 FT / 16DUPE / NEG /
The Evening Team of 21 November 2022 (EDS).
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POP & HIPPY FESTIVAL
Paris & Amougies, France and Belgium. <br/> <br/>Footage is accompanied by a soundtrack including "Wight is Wight" by Michel Delpech which seems to be a song about the Isle of Wight festival. He mentions Bob Dylan and Donovan. Part of the chorus is the phrase, "Hippy Hippy Peace!". <br/> <br/>Various shots of groovy chicks dancing at a "pop party" at Concorde Cinema in Paris. Psychadelic lights flash over the dancers. Short shot of John Voight / Jon Voight (star of Midnight Cowboy) and C/Us various hippies. <br/> <br/>VS At pop festival in Amougies, Belgium, types arriving. Hippy types with beads and long hair. VS At night during festival with a group playing on stage to open air audience. VS Following morning and the hippy types in their sleeping bags lying in the open air. <br/> <br/>(F/G Comb.)
(V) Belgium Sand - VOICED Medieval Bruges recreated in sand
TAPE: EF03/0697 IN_TIME: 22:38:29 DURATION: 1:30 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Zeebrugge, 1 Aug/25 July 2003 VOICED BY RICHARD VAUGHN SHOTLIST: August 1, 2003 00:00 Wide of sand sculpture park at dusk 00:06 Various of sculptures lit up at night 00:10 People admiring sand sculptures 00:13 Floodlit sand sculpture building 00:17 Halle tower July 25, 2003 00:21 Various of sculptors working on sculptures 00:46 SOUNDBITE (English) Lars Boorst, Artist from the Netherlands 01:03 Pan sculptors working on sculptures August 1, 2003 01:12 SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox pop 01:20 Various night shots of firework display over sculptures 01:30 VISION ENDS STORYLINE: There's more to the Belgian coast this year than just sea and sand. The Zeebrugge Sand Sculpture Festival is is attracting visitors to its sculpture park which stretches 100 metres long, 100 metres wide and 10 metres tall. VOICE-OVER: 02 The Belgian coast is looking a little more exotic than usual this year. 06 Dozens of sand sculptures on Zeebrugge beach are taking visitors back to Bruges in the Middle Ages. 13 Historic buildings and monuments from the old Flemish town have been recreated, with the famous 'Halle' tower the focal point of the exhibition. 21 It's the latest addition to the Belgian coast, whose beaches, fashionable in the 19th century, are now being reinvented as an artistic venue. 31 A team of sand sculptors from around the world has spent the past two weeks creating these intricate structures. It's an art form that dates back to Ancient Egyptian times. 41 There are no high-tech tools used - just sand and water mixed in with lots of patience. 46 SOUNDBITE (English) Lars Boorst, Artist from the Netherlands "It's a very nice way to make a huge sculpture, in a relatively short period of time, something you cannot do in another material." 103 Nine-thousand tonnes of sand were shipped in ... a third of it special sculpting sand from Holland. The theme of this year's festival is proving a popular attraction. 112 SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox pop "It's the fifth time I've come here and this time it is wonderful - even better than last year." 120 The festival was launched on Friday night and over the next month hundreds of thousands of visitors are expected. 130 ends
Summer in Brittany: festival Festidreuz: Typh Barrow during the balances
Loire Bretagne
Chronicle "It should have happened today": International Garden Festival
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(V) Belgium Sand - VOICED Medieval Bruges recreated in sand
TAPE: EF03/0697 IN_TIME: 22:38:29 DURATION: 1:30 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Zeebrugge, 1 Aug/25 July 2003 VOICED BY RICHARD VAUGHN SHOTLIST: August 1, 2003 00:00 Wide of sand sculpture park at dusk 00:06 Various of sculptures lit up at night 00:10 People admiring sand sculptures 00:13 Floodlit sand sculpture building 00:17 Halle tower July 25, 2003 00:21 Various of sculptors working on sculptures 00:46 SOUNDBITE (English) Lars Boorst, Artist from the Netherlands 01:03 Pan sculptors working on sculptures August 1, 2003 01:12 SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox pop 01:20 Various night shots of firework display over sculptures 01:30 VISION ENDS STORYLINE: There's more to the Belgian coast this year than just sea and sand. The Zeebrugge Sand Sculpture Festival is is attracting visitors to its sculpture park which stretches 100 metres long, 100 metres wide and 10 metres tall. VOICE-OVER: 02 The Belgian coast is looking a little more exotic than usual this year. 06 Dozens of sand sculptures on Zeebrugge beach are taking visitors back to Bruges in the Middle Ages. 13 Historic buildings and monuments from the old Flemish town have been recreated, with the famous 'Halle' tower the focal point of the exhibition. 21 It's the latest addition to the Belgian coast, whose beaches, fashionable in the 19th century, are now being reinvented as an artistic venue. 31 A team of sand sculptors from around the world has spent the past two weeks creating these intricate structures. It's an art form that dates back to Ancient Egyptian times. 41 There are no high-tech tools used - just sand and water mixed in with lots of patience. 46 SOUNDBITE (English) Lars Boorst, Artist from the Netherlands "It's a very nice way to make a huge sculpture, in a relatively short period of time, something you cannot do in another material." 103 Nine-thousand tonnes of sand were shipped in ... a third of it special sculpting sand from Holland. The theme of this year's festival is proving a popular attraction. 112 SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox pop "It's the fifth time I've come here and this time it is wonderful - even better than last year." 120 The festival was launched on Friday night and over the next month hundreds of thousands of visitors are expected. 130 ends
Philippe Caubère
Radio France: filmed programmes
(V) Belgium Ice - VOICER Greek gods feature at snow and ice festival
TAPE: EF03/1069 IN_TIME: 23:53:41 DURATION: 1:13 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Bruges - 27/25 Nov 2003 VOICED BY LOUISE BATES SHOTLIST 27 Nov 2003 00 00 Visitors walking in past sculpture of Helios - the God of sun 00 04 Pan from Helios to three headed dog 00 12 Ice sculptors working on creations 00 16 Close up man with drill working on sculpture 00 21Tilt up from bottom to top of sculpture of The Moire -Goddess of Destiny 00 27 Face of The Moire Goddess 00 31 People entering Ice Sculpture Festival venue 00 34 SOUNDBITE (English) Vox pop, visitor: "It is very precise, the sculptures. And that I was very impressed ." 00 38 Drinks being served at ice bar 00 42 Ice liquor glass 00 45 Vodka being poured into ice glasses 00 49 SOUNDBITE (English) Vox pop, visitor: "Wonderful, it is very cold and wonderful." 00 51 People drinking from ice glasses 00 56 People touching the ice bed and reindeer skins 00 59 Two men trying the ice bed with reindeer skins 01 03 Greek god Poseidon (known to the Romans as Neptune) 01 06 Close up of Poseidon 01 09 Wide shot ends 01 13 STORYLINE With Christmas drawing near, the famous Snow and Ice Sculpture Festival in the Belgian city of Bruges opened its doors on Thursday. The theme of this year was The Realm of the Gods with all the sculptures inspired by figures from Greek mythology. But an added attraction is the ice hotel where you can book a room for 595 US dollars (500 euro) a night with everything from the furniture to the fireplaces crafted from ice. VOICE OVER: 00 02 As visitors entered the icy underworld, the forms of mythical Greek gods loomed over them. 00 07 From Helios, the Greek Sun god to Cerberus - the three-headed dog which guards the entrance to Hades. 00 13 An international team of 36 professional sculptors took two weeks to create the masterpieces and they used more than 400 tons of snow and 300 tons of ice. 00 22 There's no fear of a massive meltdown - the venue's kept at a chilly minus 10 centigrade ... that's 14 degrees Fahrenheit. 00 34 SOUNDBITE (English) "It is very precise, the sculptures. And that I was very impressed ." SUPERCAPTION: Vox pop, visitor: 00 39 Another crowd pleaser was the ice bar - serving drinks like vodka 'in' the rocks - in special glasses made from ice, of course. 00 47 FX pouring vodka and laughing 00 49 SOUNDBITE (English) "It is very cold and wonderful." SUPERCAPTION: Vox pop, visitor: 00 51 And if you've drunk too many vodkas, you can always stay the night in the purpose-built ice hotel -the centrepiece of the exhibition. 00 59 It has two suites available but there's only reindeer skins between you and the huge iceblock that serves as a mattress. 01 05 But you do get a room full of frozen Greek gods to watch over you in your sleep. ends 01 13
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Entertainment Golden Camera Awards - Hugh Grant, Salma Hayek and Elton John honoured at German awards
TAPE: EF03/0110 IN_TIME: 14:35:46 DURATION: 2:37 SOURCES: DFA RESTRICTIONS: music/performance rights must be cleared DATELINE: Berlin, Germany. 4th Feb 2003 SHOTLIST DFA footage. Berlin, Germany. 4th Feb 2003 1. Vs Hugh Grant gets award 2. Sot Hugh Grant: "I'd just like to say thank you very much again." 3. Performance 4. VS Elton John gets award 5. Sot Elton John: "I'm very proud that Germany said no to war, well done Germany." 6. Performance - "I'm still standing", Elton John 7. Vs Salma Hayek gets award. SOT: "Germany is a very special place for me." 8. Pan across winners 9. Ws winners GOLDEN CAMERAS AWARDED Berlin is gearing up for it's annual get-together of international stars and celebrities and domestic artists and starlets. The Berlinale film festival, which ranks behind Cannes and beside Venice amongst Europe's film festivals, is due to start on Thursday and will bring together celebrities such as CatherineZeta-Jones, Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, alongside regular movie-goers. Shortly before the start of the Berlinale, the film and movie awards, the GOLDEN CAMERAS, founded by German magazine Hoer Zu, are awarded. This year, the ceremony took place in the Gendarmenmarkt concert hall during a glittering gala party last night, that proved a good precursor for the glamour of the prestigious film festival in days to come. Winners of the awards this year included Hollywood actors Dustin Hoffmann (Lifetime Achievement) and Salma Hayek (Best International actress) singer Elton John, as well as the band No Angels, and British actor Hugh Grant (Best International actor). Belgium heir to the throne Prince Philippe and his wife Princess Mathilde arrived specially to award Belgium singer Helmut Lotti with a Golden Camera in the classic-pop category. Those who had not managed to be on the guest list, were able to follow the ceremony on a large screen on the Gendarmenmarkt square.
Entertainment: Belgium Ice Sculpture - Huge snow & ice sculptures go on display in Bruges
TAPE: EF02/1077 IN_TIME: 14:35:46 DURATION: 4:08 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Bruges, Recent SHOTLIST: 1. Pan down from top of arch made of ice to people building sculptures from ice 2. Various shots sculptors at work 3. Various of sculptor working on sculpture of dancer 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox Pop, ice sculptor: "I have worked with snow before but ice I have always wanted to work with. It's kind of like a really soft wood or soft stone. And it's much, much....it's a beautiful material." 5. Various sculptor at work 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox Pop, ice sculptor: "It's wonderful to see, and to share ideas from all these carvers from around the world, to see their different styles and the different way they see things, you know, you can carve a bird hundreds of different ways depending on the way you see it and that comes together here." 7. Carver using blowtorch on sculpture of house 8. Close up blow torch on ice 9. Mid shot sculptor sawing at ice 10. Tilt down huge viking ice sculpture (finished and on display) 11. Various fish carved out of ice on display 12. Wide shot sculpture of Gaudi's Sagrada Familia church 13. Sculpture of Chinese emperor 14. Various sculptures of Ramses II 15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox Pop, visitor: "It's absolutely magic. It's wonderful. It's a lovely start to Christmas and people are so clever. The way some are in snow and some are in ice - and the different countries - it is magic." 17. Various pans of finished sculptures on display 18. Various visitors looking at sculptures 19. Swan sculpture 20. Close shot swan sculpture 22. Wide shot sculptures on display STORYLINE: It is a white Christmas in Bruges - but instead of a blanket of snow covering the picturesque town, visitors can marvel at metres-high snow and ice sculptures. It is the second year of the Bruges snow and ice sculpture festival, and this year the exhibition's theme is 'A World Tour of Snow and Ice Sculpture'. Visitors can look at sculptures of world famous buildings and landscapes made painstakingly by professional snow and ice artists from various countries, including Russia, Canada, Japan, Norway, Finland the United States. The festival organisers say about 30 artists helped create the sculptures that range from 50 cms to 6 metres high - and that four hundred tons of snow and a quarter of a million kilos of ice were used to create the sculptures The exhibition takes visitors on a tour of all continents, with sculptures of famous buildings, natural wonders and historical figures. Among the sculptures on display is a replica of Spanish architect Antonio Gaudi's unfinished cathedral Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. There are also sculptures of Chinese temples, Geisha girls, the Statue of Liberty and Ramses II. The exhibition is in a special thermal enclosure which is maintained at -10 C, so organisers advise visitors to wear warm clothing. The festival opened on November 29 and closes on January 6 2003.
Guest: Cédric Steinmyller Klingande
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Belgium Ice Sculpture - Huge snow & ice sculptures go on display in Bruges
TAPE: EF02/1074 IN_TIME: 04:10:46 / 07:37:16 DURATION: 4:08 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: Bruges - recent SHOTLIST: 1. Pan down from top of arch made of ice to people building sculptures from ice 2. Various shots sculptors at work 3. Various of sculptor working on sculpture of dancer 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox Pop, ice sculptor: "I have worked with snow before but ice I have always wanted to work with. It's kind of like a really soft wood or soft stone. And it's much, much....it's a beautiful material." 5. Various sculptor at work 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox Pop, ice sculptor: "It's wonderful to see, and to share ideas from all these carvers from around the world, to see their different styles and the different way they see things, you know, you can carve a bird hundreds of different ways depending on the way you see it and that comes together here." 7. Carver using blowtorch on sculpture of house 8. Close up blow torch on ice 9. Mid shot sculptor sawing at ice 10. Tilt down huge viking ice sculpture (finished and on display) 11. Various fish carved out of ice on display 12. Wide shot sculpture of Gaudi's Sagrada Familia church 13. Sculpture of Chinese emperor 14. Various sculptures of Ramses II 15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox Pop, visitor: "It's absolutely magic. It's wonderful. It's a lovely start to Christmas and people are so clever. The way some are in snow and some are in ice - and the different countries - it is magic." 17. Various pans of finished sculptures on display 18. Various visitors looking at sculptures 19. Swan sculpture 20. Close shot swan sculpture 22. Wide shot sculptures on display STORYLINE: It is a white Christmas in Bruges - but instead of a blanket of snow covering the picturesque town, visitors can marvel at metres-high snow and ice sculptures. It is the second year of the Bruges snow and ice sculpture festival, and this year the exhibition's theme is 'A World Tour of Snow and Ice Sculpture'. Visitors can look at sculptures of world famous buildings and landscapes made painstakingly by professional snow and ice artists from various countries, including Russia, Canada, Japan, Norway, Finland the United States. The festival organisers say about 30 artists helped create the sculptures that range from 50 cms to 6 metres high - and that four hundred tons of snow and a quarter of a million kilos of ice were used to create the sculptures The exhibition takes visitors on a tour of all continents, with sculptures of famous buildings, natural wonders and historical figures. Among the sculptures on display is a replica of Spanish architect Antonio Gaudi's unfinished cathedral Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. There are also sculptures of Chinese temples, Geisha girls, the Statue of Liberty and Ramses II. The exhibition is in a special thermal enclosure which is maintained at -10 C, so organisers advise visitors to wear warm clothing. The festival opened on November 29 and closes on January 6 2003.
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Agenda column: Emmanuel Pall
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Germany EU Preps - Preps for EU anniversary celebrations at Brandenburg Gate
NAME: GER PREVIEW 20070323I TAPE: EF07/0352 IN_TIME: 10:31:00:18 DURATION: 00:02:12:14 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION DATELINE: Berlin, 23 March 2007 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: 1. Wide of Brandenburg Gate, pan to building of stage 2. Close up of banner reading (in German) reading "Europafest" 3. Various shots of preparations in the streets 4. Wide shot of boulevard with Berlin column of Victory in background 5. Various shots of security in street around Brandenburg Gate 6. Banner reading "USA applauds the EU's first 50 years" 7. Police van passing in front of Brandenburg Gate 8. SOUNDBITE: (German), Vox Pop, Joerg Schnitzerling, resident: "When I am travelling through Europe today, I have just one currency - just to name a simple example. If we agree on a common language one day, this certainly would be a very big step forward, also towards a different cultural exchange. Thus a wonderful step towards a wonderful future in Europe. I like Europe." 9. People on the street 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox Pop, Tomas Ricolfi, French tourist: "It's great to see that there is a party here in Germany to celebrate Europe. I don't think that there is such a party organised in France. I don't know, but I hope so." 11. SOUNDBITE: (German) Vox Pop, Merle Keipert, resident: "I don't know - I appreciate that one can travel through the countries within the EU without borders. Anything else, yes it's quite alright." 12. Various of preparations STORYLINE Europe's leaders were preparing to celebrate half-a-century of peace, democracy and unity this weekend, but amid the festivities they face a tough task finding harmony on the EU's future direction. Berliners will celebrate with fireworks and the uplifting strains of Beethoven, in front of the columns of the Brandenburg Gate right where the Berlin Wall once stood, a visible reminder of the end of the continent's Cold War divisions into East and West. But the celebrations cannot conceal angst about the 27-member bloc's uncertainty over whether to have a common constitution or admit new countries such as mostly Muslim Turkey. Europeans are in a strangely contrarian mood considering the momentous transformation that the Europe Union has undertaken in its half-century. In 1957 the leaders of six core countries - France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg - gathered in Rome to announce a common market among nations that a few years before had been tearing each other apart in war. The resulting Treaty of Rome, which launched Europe's common market, was much expanded by later treaties including the Maastricht agreement of 1992 which paved the way for a common currency and central bank. While celebrations may not compare with an Olympics opening, they seem to be well supported by the German capital's citizens. Local resident Joerg Schnitzerling, said: "When I am travelling through Europe today, I have just one currency - just to name a simple example. If we agree on a common language one day, this certainly would be a very big step forward." Compatriot Merle Keipert added : "I appreciate that one can travel through the countries within the EU without borders." Endorsement came from across the Atlantic, with a banner reading 'USA Applauds EU's First 50 Years'.. And a French tourist wanted his own country to organise a similar celebration. "It's great to see that there is a party here in Germany to celebrate Europe," said Tomas Ricolfi. Beethoven's Ninth Symphony will ring out at the gate, along with poetry and veteran British soul singer Joe Cocker. On Saturday, presidents and prime ministers will gather for a concert by the Berlin Philharmonic and a banquet, with a Euro-summit on Sunday under Germany's six-month EU presidency.
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Entertainment Europe/Americas: Roger Waters - Pink Floyd founder kicks off world tour in Johannesburg
TAPE: EF02/0180 IN_TIME: 15:16:24 / 21:29:42 DURATION: 2:01 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: music video/performance rights must be cleared DATELINE: Sun Dome, Randburg, SA. 1 March 2002 SHOTLIST 1. Gv Venue 2. VS punters coming in 3. Vox pop: "The guy is practically a genius so we can't wait to see him, we have been dying for this for months. We have had tickets for 4 months waiting for this moment." 4. Vox pop: "I don't want to compare it to anything, I am just going there with an open mind and I am going to o let him do what he must." 5.Vox pop: "I think it is going to have a good feel to it, that's all." 6. WS people approaching concert hall 7. Opening of the show 8. Cutaway audience 9. Performance Roger Waters 'Brick In the Wall'. WATERS WOWS THE WORLD 'IN THE FLESH' Pink Floyd's Roger Waters has kicked off his eagerly anticipated world tour in South Africa over the past few days, much to the delight of fans who have been waiting over ten years to see Waters in action on stage. Although Waters has already performed the tour throughout North America, this is the first time that Europe and the rest of the world have seen Waters play a gig since the classic performance in July 1990 when Pink Floyd played their spectacle, 'The Wall' in Berlin. The tour, which is called "Roger Waters in the Flesh" after one of his recent tracks, came about after Waters realised that time may be running out for the ageing performer. He said in a recent interview "I guess I'm at an age now when I feel if I don't do it soon, I might never do it." During his concert, Waters played numerous numbers from Pink Floyd which he penned as well as material from his own solo career. The performance has a very definite Pink Floyd feel to it, with all the theatrics and imagery that used to accompany their tours. Aside from the tour, Waters has two other projects in the pipeline - he is currently working on an opera called 'Ca Ira' in English and French, and a new studio album which is expected later this year. The international tour dates for "Roger Waters In The Flesh" are as follows:- February 28 - Cape Town, South Africa - Bellville Velodrome March 2 - Johannesburg, South Africa - MTN Sundome March 5 - Santiago, Chile - Estadio Nacional March 7 - Buenos Aires, Argentina - Estadio Velez Sarsfield March 14 - Rio De Janeiro, Brazil - Sambodromo March 15 - Sao Paulo, Brazil - Pacaembu Stadium March 17 - Caracas, Venezuela - Festival Site March 19 - Mexico City, Mexico - Foro Sol March 25 - Osaka, Japan - Kouseinenkin Hall March 28 - Tokyo, Japan - Tokyo International Forum April 2 - Seoul, South Korea - 88 Green Grass April 5 - Sydney, Australia - Sydney Entertainment Centre April 8 - Melbourne, Australia - Rod Laver Arena April 12 - Mumbai, India - NSE Grounds April 14 - Bangalore, India - Palace Grounds May 4 - Lisbon, Portugal - Atlantic Pavilion May 8 - Barcelona, Spain - Palau Sant Jordi May 10 - Milan, Italy - Fila Forum May 11 - Zurich, Switzerland - Hallenstadion Zurich May 13 - Antwerp, Belgium - Sportpaleis Antwerpen May 15 - Rotterdam, Netherlands - Ahoy May 17 - Erfurt, Germany - Messehalle May 18 - Cologne, Germany - Cologne Arena May 20 - Oberhausen, Germany - Oberhausen Arena May 22 - Hannover, Germany - Preussag Arena May 24 - Oslo, Norway - Oslo Spektrum May 25 - Stockholm, Sweden - Stockholm Globe Arena May 27 - St. Petersburg, Russia - New Arena May 29 - Moscow, Russia - Olympiski May 31 - Helsinki, Finland - Hartwall Arena June 2 - Copenhagen, Denmark - Forum June 4 - Munich, Germany - Olympiahalle June 5 - Frankfurt, Germany - Festhalle June 7 - Warsaw, Poland - Gwardia Stadium June 9 - Berlin, Germany - Velodrom June 10 - Prague, Czech Republic - Paegas Arena June 12 - Rome, Italy - Curva Stadio Olimpico June 14 - Wiesen, Austria - Wiesen Festival June 15 - Budapest, Hungary - Kisstadion June 17 - Stuttgart, Germany - Schleyerhalle June 19 - Paris, France - Palais Omnisports June 21 - Birmingham, England - National Exhibition Centre June 22 - Manchester, England - Manchester Evening News Arena June 24 - Dublin, Ireland - The Point June 26,27 - London, England - Wembley Arena MUSIC CLEARANCE DETAILS TITLE: 'Brick In the Wall' ARTIST: Roger Waters LABEL: EMI (20) 7605 5000
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Entertainment The Rolling Stones in Munich - The Rolling Stones kicked off the european leg of their 'Licks' world tour this evening in Munich, Germany
TAPE: EF03/0515 IN_TIME: 05:35:46 / 14:22:49 DURATION: 4:13 SOURCES: APTN/ Grammofoonplaten B.V./ Virgin Music RESTRICTIONS: music/performance rights must be cleared DATELINE: 04/06/03 Munich, Germany SHOTLIST APTN 04/06/03 Munich, Germany- 1. CU Poster 2. CU girl selling The Rolling Stones merchandise 3. CU Rolling Stones ' Licks' emblem 4. Cu man selling Rolling Stones ' Licks' T-shirt 5. Vox pop : " I came from Vienna to see this concert, and I saw them first in 1976 in Vienna. i hope they play the old songs. It is my eighth concert and I want to do a hundred but I don't know if I can do it" Qu Reporter: " Don't you think they are a bit old to be touring?" Vox pop : " No, the Stones when they are a hundred year s they will play, they will die on stage I am sure." 6. Pan children with Stones T-shirts on 7. Vox pop : " I like the performance, I like their natural art of The Rolling Stones, no tricks, only good music." 8. CU Rolling Stones ' Licks' emblem 9. Vox pop : " It's the best blues rhythm and blues music in the world for me. First come The Beatles and then the Rolling Stones." 10. Cu Tickets 11. WS gates of concert 12. WS busker 13. WS man going through entrance Virgin 14. Performance The Rolling Stones 'Don't Stop' Grammofoonplaten B.V 15. Performance The Rolling Stones 'Heartbreaker' STONES LICK MUNICH The Rolling Stones kicked off the european leg of their 'Licks' world tour in Munich, Germany this evening (Wednesday 4th June) . The band played to thousands of excited German fans in the Olympia Halle venue with a set which included the best of both the old and new. Their '40 Licks' world tour marks their 40th anniversary as a band. The Stones arrived in Munich, Germany last Friday, and started rehearsals in a studio outside Munich on Sunday. The rehearsals continued last night, as they tested out new songs that might show up during some of the shows later this week. With the American, Asian, and Australian legs of their 'Licks' tour now in the rear view mirror, the Stones will spend the summer of 2003 zigzagging throughout Europe. The tour will last three-and-a-half months wrapping up mid-September in the band's native England. In the various cities, including Paris, London, Munich, and Stockholm, the Stones will perform in a variety of venues - large stadiums , medium-sized arenas , and small theatres all in the same week. Keith has been referring to the tour as the 'Fruit Of The Loom' tour , saying "Small, medium, and large. We come in all sizes." Opening acts for the tour include AC/DC, the Cranberries, Counting Crows, the Hives, the Pretenders, and ZZ Top. The Stones' hopes of playing Zagreb (Croatia) and Belgrade (Serbia) were dashed when they were unable to obtain insurance policies there, amidst unrest and economic uncertainty in the region. (The prime minister of Serbia was assassinated earlier this year.) Following the European tour, the Stones intend to return to Asia to make up several concerts they were forced to skip in March and April. They missed several dates in China and Hong Kong as a result of the SARS scare. The warnings from the World Health Organization over Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome, and concerns of Chinese government officials about large public gatherings prompted the cancellations. The band also missed one show in Bangkok, Thailand when their private jet malfunctioned on the runway. A return to the U.S. (in late 2003 or early 2004) is also being considered, but is currently on the back burner. Below is a list of confirmed dates. 2003 European "Licks" Tour: June 04 -- Munich, Germany -- Olympia Hall (14,000) June 06 -- Munich, Germany -- Olympia Stadium (75,000) June 08 -- Munich, Germany -- Circus Kroner (2,500) June 10 -- Milan, Italy -- Stadio Giuseppe (65,000) June 13 -- Oberhausen, Germany -- Vision Park (80,000) June 15 -- Berlin, Germany -- Olympic Stadium (60,000) June 18 -- Vienna, Austria -- Happel Stadium (48,000) June 20 -- Leipzig, Germany -- Festweise (70,000) June 22 -- Hockenheim, Germany -- The Ring (90,000) June 25 -- Bilbao, Spain -- San Mames (37,500) June 27 -- Madrid, Spain -- Estadio Calderon (50,000) June 29 -- Barcelona, Spain -- Stadi Montjuic (80,000) July 05 -- Marseilles, France -- Velodrome (60,000) July 07 -- Paris, France -- Palais Bercy (17,000) July 09 -- Paris, France -- Stade de France (80,000) July 11 -- Paris, France -- Olympia Theatre (2,400) July 13 -- Copenhagen, Denmark -- Parken (45,000) July 16 -- Helsinki, Finland -- Olympic Stadium (50,000) July 18 -- Stockholm, Sweden -- Stockholm Stadium (35,000) July 20 -- Stockholm, Sweden -- Globen (16,000) July 22 -- Stockholm, Sweden -- Cirkus (1,800) July 24 -- Hamburg, Germany -- AOL Arena (45,000) July 27 -- Prague, Czech Republic -- Letenska (100,000) August 02 -- Werchter, Belgium -- Festival Site (50,000) August 05 -- Benidorm, Spain -- Foites Stadium (35,000) August 08 -- Hannover, Germany -- Hannover Field (60,000) August 11 -- Rotterdam, Holland -- Feyenoord Stadium (47,000) August 13 -- Rotterdam, Holland -- Feyenoord Stadium (47,000) August 15 -- Rotterdam, Holland -- Ahoy (11,000) August 16 -- Utrecht, Holland -- Vredenberg (2,000) August 19 -- Amsterdam, Holland -- Amsterdam Arena (52,000) August 20 -- Amsterdam, Holland -- Amsterdam Arena (52,000) August 23 -- London, England -- Twickenham Grounds (50,000) August 24 -- London, England -- Twickenham Grounds (50,000) August 27 -- London, England -- Astoria (1,600) August 29 -- London, England -- Wembley Arena (11,000) September 01 -- Glasgow, Scotland -- SECC Arena (9,500) September 03 -- Glasgow, Scotland -- SECC Arena (9,500) September 05 -- Manchester, England -- News Arena (18,000) September 07 -- Manchester, England -- News Arena (18,000) September 09 -- Dublin, Ireland -- The Point (7,500) September 11 -- Dublin, Ireland -- The Point (7,500) September 14 -- London, England -- Wembley Arena (11,000) September 15 -- London, England -- Wembley Arena (11,000) The August 2 date in Werchter, the September 7 date in Manchester, and the September 15 date in London are unconfirmed at the moment, but are highly likely to be added. MUSIC CLEARANCE DETAILS TITLE: Don't Stop ARTIST: The Rolling Stones WRITER: Jagger/Richards PUBLISHER: Non Member LABEL: Virgin Music TITLE: Heartbreaker ARTIST: The Rolling Stones WRITER: Jagger/Richards PUBLISHER: EMI Music Publishing LABEL: Grammofoonplaten B.V
Entertainment The Rolling Stones in Munich - The Rolling Stones kicked off the european leg of their 'Licks' world tour this evening in Munich, Germany
TAPE: EF03/0515 IN_TIME: 05:35:46 / 14:22:49 DURATION: 4:13 SOURCES: APTN/ Grammofoonplaten B.V./ Virgin Music RESTRICTIONS: music/performance rights must be cleared DATELINE: 04/06/03 Munich, Germany SHOTLIST APTN 04/06/03 Munich, Germany- 1. CU Poster 2. CU girl selling The Rolling Stones merchandise 3. CU Rolling Stones ' Licks' emblem 4. Cu man selling Rolling Stones ' Licks' T-shirt 5. Vox pop : " I came from Vienna to see this concert, and I saw them first in 1976 in Vienna. i hope they play the old songs. It is my eighth concert and I want to do a hundred but I don't know if I can do it" Qu Reporter: " Don't you think they are a bit old to be touring?" Vox pop : " No, the Stones when they are a hundred year s they will play, they will die on stage I am sure." 6. Pan children with Stones T-shirts on 7. Vox pop : " I like the performance, I like their natural art of The Rolling Stones, no tricks, only good music." 8. CU Rolling Stones ' Licks' emblem 9. Vox pop : " It's the best blues rhythm and blues music in the world for me. First come The Beatles and then the Rolling Stones." 10. Cu Tickets 11. WS gates of concert 12. WS busker 13. WS man going through entrance Virgin 14. Performance The Rolling Stones 'Don't Stop' Grammofoonplaten B.V 15. Performance The Rolling Stones 'Heartbreaker' STONES LICK MUNICH The Rolling Stones kicked off the european leg of their 'Licks' world tour in Munich, Germany this evening (Wednesday 4th June) . The band played to thousands of excited German fans in the Olympia Halle venue with a set which included the best of both the old and new. Their '40 Licks' world tour marks their 40th anniversary as a band. The Stones arrived in Munich, Germany last Friday, and started rehearsals in a studio outside Munich on Sunday. The rehearsals continued last night, as they tested out new songs that might show up during some of the shows later this week. With the American, Asian, and Australian legs of their 'Licks' tour now in the rear view mirror, the Stones will spend the summer of 2003 zigzagging throughout Europe. The tour will last three-and-a-half months wrapping up mid-September in the band's native England. In the various cities, including Paris, London, Munich, and Stockholm, the Stones will perform in a variety of venues - large stadiums , medium-sized arenas , and small theatres all in the same week. Keith has been referring to the tour as the 'Fruit Of The Loom' tour , saying "Small, medium, and large. We come in all sizes." Opening acts for the tour include AC/DC, the Cranberries, Counting Crows, the Hives, the Pretenders, and ZZ Top. The Stones' hopes of playing Zagreb (Croatia) and Belgrade (Serbia) were dashed when they were unable to obtain insurance policies there, amidst unrest and economic uncertainty in the region. (The prime minister of Serbia was assassinated earlier this year.) Following the European tour, the Stones intend to return to Asia to make up several concerts they were forced to skip in March and April. They missed several dates in China and Hong Kong as a result of the SARS scare. The warnings from the World Health Organization over Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome, and concerns of Chinese government officials about large public gatherings prompted the cancellations. The band also missed one show in Bangkok, Thailand when their private jet malfunctioned on the runway. A return to the U.S. (in late 2003 or early 2004) is also being considered, but is currently on the back burner. Below is a list of confirmed dates. 2003 European "Licks" Tour: June 04 -- Munich, Germany -- Olympia Hall (14,000) June 06 -- Munich, Germany -- Olympia Stadium (75,000) June 08 -- Munich, Germany -- Circus Kroner (2,500) June 10 -- Milan, Italy -- Stadio Giuseppe (65,000) June 13 -- Oberhausen, Germany -- Vision Park (80,000) June 15 -- Berlin, Germany -- Olympic Stadium (60,000) June 18 -- Vienna, Austria -- Happel Stadium (48,000) June 20 -- Leipzig, Germany -- Festweise (70,000) June 22 -- Hockenheim, Germany -- The Ring (90,000) June 25 -- Bilbao, Spain -- San Mames (37,500) June 27 -- Madrid, Spain -- Estadio Calderon (50,000) June 29 -- Barcelona, Spain -- Stadi Montjuic (80,000) July 05 -- Marseilles, France -- Velodrome (60,000) July 07 -- Paris, France -- Palais Bercy (17,000) July 09 -- Paris, France -- Stade de France (80,000) July 11 -- Paris, France -- Olympia Theatre (2,400) July 13 -- Copenhagen, Denmark -- Parken (45,000) July 16 -- Helsinki, Finland -- Olympic Stadium (50,000) July 18 -- Stockholm, Sweden -- Stockholm Stadium (35,000) July 20 -- Stockholm, Sweden -- Globen (16,000) July 22 -- Stockholm, Sweden -- Cirkus (1,800) July 24 -- Hamburg, Germany -- AOL Arena (45,000) July 27 -- Prague, Czech Republic -- Letenska (100,000) August 02 -- Werchter, Belgium -- Festival Site (50,000) August 05 -- Benidorm, Spain -- Foites Stadium (35,000) August 08 -- Hannover, Germany -- Hannover Field (60,000) August 11 -- Rotterdam, Holland -- Feyenoord Stadium (47,000) August 13 -- Rotterdam, Holland -- Feyenoord Stadium (47,000) August 15 -- Rotterdam, Holland -- Ahoy (11,000) August 16 -- Utrecht, Holland -- Vredenberg (2,000) August 19 -- Amsterdam, Holland -- Amsterdam Arena (52,000) August 20 -- Amsterdam, Holland -- Amsterdam Arena (52,000) August 23 -- London, England -- Twickenham Grounds (50,000) August 24 -- London, England -- Twickenham Grounds (50,000) August 27 -- London, England -- Astoria (1,600) August 29 -- London, England -- Wembley Arena (11,000) September 01 -- Glasgow, Scotland -- SECC Arena (9,500) September 03 -- Glasgow, Scotland -- SECC Arena (9,500) September 05 -- Manchester, England -- News Arena (18,000) September 07 -- Manchester, England -- News Arena (18,000) September 09 -- Dublin, Ireland -- The Point (7,500) September 11 -- Dublin, Ireland -- The Point (7,500) September 14 -- London, England -- Wembley Arena (11,000) September 15 -- London, England -- Wembley Arena (11,000) The August 2 date in Werchter, the September 7 date in Manchester, and the September 15 date in London are unconfirmed at the moment, but are highly likely to be added. MUSIC CLEARANCE DETAILS TITLE: Don't Stop ARTIST: The Rolling Stones WRITER: Jagger/Richards PUBLISHER: Non Member LABEL: Virgin Music TITLE: Heartbreaker ARTIST: The Rolling Stones WRITER: Jagger/Richards PUBLISHER: EMI Music Publishing LABEL: Grammofoonplaten B.V
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