Featuring interviews with Bowie and those close to him, including his producer Tony Visconti, the programme chronicles the two years Bowie lived in a Berlin apartment with Iggy Pop in the late '70s and examines the trilogy of albums he made during his time there.

    Other Releases by David Bowie

    David BowieLet's DanceEMI America
    Iconic album remastered on heavyweight 180g vinyl!
      David BowieLowParlophone
      Seminal Bowie - in his Berlin period, working with Eno. Sound and Vision, Breaking Glass, Always Crashing, Be My Wife - Jesus its easy to forget how good...
        David BowieScary MonstersParlophone
        Ashes to Ashes, Fashion, Scary Monsters ... close to one of Bowie's last masterpieces. Well groovy
          David BowieStageParlophone
          Bowie in the zone - nuff killer and classic tunes in this equally classic double live LP
            David BowieLodgerParlophone
            Art-rock classic from Bowie originally released in 1979 - inspired by Eno's 'Oblique Strategies' and features the single 'Boys Keep Swinging' plus more!
              David BowiePeter And The WolfBMG / RCA Victor (1978)
              This is probably the best recording of Peter & The Wolf you can get. Dave Bowie is well groovy.
                David BowieYoung AmericansParlophone
                Bowie's ninth studio album, and his first venture into soul music, particularly Philly Soul. This spawned the hit single "Fame".
                  David BowieChangesOneBowieParlophone
                  40th anniversary reissue of the classic compilation album on 180g vinyl, featuring some of Bowie's greatest hits.
                    David BowiePushing Ahead of the DamesSmokin
                    Documentary examining the early career of David Bowie. The programme traces the artist from his formative years in London to his breakthrough in the music...
                    David BowieZiggy Stardust and the Spiders from MarsEMI UK
                    David Bowie at his glam-rock best. This 1973 concert-turned-film encapsulates the era of glam-rock - it is kitsch, colourful, over-the-top, flirts with...
                    David BowieLondon BoySpectrum Music (2)
                    18 of David Bowie's legendary Sixties recordings, including the original version of "Space Oddity".
                      David Bowie BlackstarIso/RCA
                      Final LP from the late great David Bowie, who bows out in a way he only could with this dark, introspective masterpiece! 
                      • David Bowie – Blackstar
                      • David Bowie – 'Tis A Pity She Was A Whore
                      • David Bowie – Lazarus
                      • David Bowie – Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)
                      • David Bowie – Girl Loves Me
                      • David Bowie – Dollar Days
                      • David Bowie – I Can't Give Everything Away
                      David BowieDavid Live (1974)RCA Victor
                      Live in Philly, 1974.
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                        David Bowie Stage (1978)RCA
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                          David BowieDavid BowieDeram (1967)
                          His first album - endearingly groovy tunes. Later issued as part of his Images album.
                            David Bowie Let's Dance (1983)EMI America
                            w/China Girl, Let's Dance
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                              David BowieThe Man Who Sold The World (1971)RCA
                              Nearly hard rock, recorded in 71 with a large amount of deepness, lots of references to Kahlil Gibran and such like - it's a groovy piece of history in...
                                David BowieSpace OddityEMI
                                Straight outta Beckenham comes La Davide's seminal launch into space - as well as Space Oddity you get some wicked deep folky tunes - sounding fresh! 40th...
                                  David BowieDiamond Dogs (1974)RCA
                                  Seminal classic! A kind of funky science fiction masterpiece.
                                    David BowieStation To Station (1976)RCA
                                    It's a classic. Come and meet Iggy Pop and David Bowie on the Trans-Euro ... hold on, we got that slightly wrong. Deep beyond belief.
                                      David BowieHunky Dory (1971)RCA
                                      It's Warhol, as in hole. Unbelieveably good classic album with songs you will be humming for the next thirty years (believe us, we have been!)
                                        David BowieHeroes (1977)RCA International
                                        Seminal album. Pre-wall downfall Berlin meets Bowie's cocaine fuelled existensialism and Brian Eno's experimentalism with unbelieveably catchy songs thrown...
                                          David BowieThe Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders From Mars (1972)RCA International
                                          Seminal concept album with all killer tracks. So good it hurts!Special edition vinyl available - 2003 Mix at Abbey Road Studios!
                                            David BowiePinups (1973)RCA
                                            Aladdin Sane era Bowie goes slightly left-field, with an album of groovy covers of tunes he likes! Top versions of Them, Pretty Things, Yardbirds, Easybeats,...
                                              David BowieLow (1977)RCA International
                                              Seminal album! Bowie's seminal electronic experimentalist album recorded in Berlin. Killer singles on side one and some seriously depressing (but strangely...
                                              • David Bowie – Speed Of Life
                                              • David Bowie – Weeping Wall