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  • June 28, 2007
    Rock and Roll Circus PBS broadcast premiere

    On Sunday, January 28th, The Rolling Stones Rock And Roll Circus will have its WLIW channel 21 broadcast premiere in New York’s Tri-State-area. Viewers can tune-in to see the complete program at 8 pm and, again at 11:30 pm.


    In March 2007, Circus will be offered to all 300 plus PBS affiliates nationwide for broadcast. Fans not located in New York’s Tri-State-area can check www.pbs.org/stationfinder for local listings or to request an airdate if one is not currently scheduled.


    Filmed in December 1968, and directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg, the pioneering music video director behind many of the Rolling Stones’ seminal video clips, The Rolling Stones Rock And Roll Circus was originally planned as a BBC special but never aired. In fact, the footage was lost for many years before eventually being found and restored in 1989 to the delight of fans around the world. The unscripted, unapologetic mayhem yielded numerous timeless musical performances by the Rolling Stones and their all-star musical cast!

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on June 28, 2007

On Sunday, January 28th, The Rolling Stones Rock And Roll Circus will have its WLIW channel 21 broadcast premiere in New York’s Tri-State-area. Viewers can tune-in to see the complete program at 8 pm and, again at 11:30 pm.


In March 2007, Circus will be offered to all 300 plus PBS affiliates nationwide for broadcast. Fans not located in New York’s Tri-State-area can check www.pbs.org/stationfinder for local listings or to request an airdate if one is not currently scheduled.


Filmed in December 1968, and directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg, the pioneering music video director behind many of the Rolling Stones’ seminal video clips, The Rolling Stones Rock And Roll Circus was originally planned as a BBC special but never aired. In fact, the footage was lost for many years before eventually being found and restored in 1989 to the delight of fans around the world. The unscripted, unapologetic mayhem yielded numerous timeless musical performances by the Rolling Stones and their all-star musical cast!

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