• 67-05-27 BBC radio, Saturday Club with P.P. Arnold (backed by The Nice, we presume) + The Nice alone

    • 67-10-22 BBC radio, Top Gear: The flower king of flies, Azrial, Sombrero Sam, Tantalising Maggie, Rondo, The Thoughts of Emerlist Davjack – date of recording 67-10-18, 19

    • 67-09?: Davy O’List remembers a TV show recorded in Munich during the Oktoberfest. The Nice played “The Thoughts of Emerlist Davjack”.

    • 68-01-07 French TV, Le Petit Dimanche Illustré: Azrial, The Thoughts of Emerlist Davjack (both mimed)

    • 68-01-28 BBC radio, Top Gear: Daddy where did I come from, For no one, La aresa dia conte, She belongs to me – date of recording 68-01-17. Note: “La aresa dia conte” probably is “La resa dei conti”, a theme written by Ennio Morricone for the film “For a few dollars more”. “For no one” is maybe The Beatles song.

    • 68-03-09 French TV, Bouton Rouge (colour): Azrial, Rondo live from the Marquee

    • 68-05-18 BBC2 TV “Rome Goes Pop” (colour): Live performances in Italy incl. Captain Beefheart, The Nice and Auger & Driscoll. Pink Floyd were also shown miming to “It Would Be So Nice” in an empty club

    • 68-06-16 BBC radio, Top Gear: Get to you, The diamond hard blue apples of the moon, The Brandenburger, Little Arabella – date of recording 68-06-10

    • 68-07-14 BBC radio, Top Gear: Sorcery – date of recording 68-06-10

    • 68-08-04 BBC radio, Stuart Henry: Little Arabella, Rondo, The flower king of flies – date of recording 68-07-29

    • 68-08-23 BBC1 TV, How it is (b/w): America

    • 68-08-25 BBC radio, Top Gear: America, Lumpy Gravy, Aries, Ars longa vita brevis – date of recording 68-08-06

    • 68-08-29 BBC radio, Pop North: Hang on to a dream, Little Arabella, America – date of recording 68-08-26

    • 68-09-02? Swiss TV, Hits-a-go-go (colour): America, Rondo TV (recorded 68-09-02)

    • 68-09-14 German TV, Beat Club (b/w): America TV  (recorded 68-08-29)

    • 68-10-12, 13 Holland TV: The Nice recorded a TV show in Amsterdam

    • 68-11-16 BBC2 TV, Colour Me Pop (b/w): America, Ars Longa Vita Brevis, Rondo live at Fairfield Hall, Croydon on 68-09-29 TV

    • 68-11-20 French TV, Forum Music: America, She Belongs to Me, Brandenburger – maybe recorded 68-10-21 in Paris

    • 68-11-28 BBC radio, Radio 1 Club: live

    • 68-12-01 BBC radio, Top Gear: Happy friend, The Brandenburger, Hang on to a dream, Intermezzo from the Karelia suite – date of recording 68-11-26. Note: “Happy friend” is “Happy Freuds”

    • 69-01? Taken from November 23, 68 MM: “Pop on TV” – Mark Edwards, of Eyemark, has signed to produce and direct a series of 30-minute pop TV programmes to be shown in Germany, Holland, Belgium and Australia. The first, to be made in the first week of January, will feature DDDBM&T, the Nice and the Barrier.

    • 69-01-12 BBC radio, Top Gear: Walter’s Handel Music – date of recording 68-11-26.

    • 69-01-25 Denmark TV, Toppop: also the group Young Flowers

    • 69-03-01 French TV colour, Dim Dam Dom:  Intermezzo from the Karelia Suite, Brandenburger, Rondo (The band accompanied by some French girl dancers, “Rondo” with closing credits)

    • 69-03-16 BBC radio, Top Gear Signature Theme – date of recording 69-03-04

    • 69-04-20 BBC radio, Top Gear: I’m one of those people my father tells my sister not to go out with, Azrial revisited, Blues for the prairies, Diary of an empty day – date of recording 69-03-04

    • 69-04-? Channel 47 TV (Usa): “Up and Coming” show hosted by Barry Landers

    • 69-06-08 BBC radio, Top Gear: Get to you, Country Pie, For example, St.Thomas (with Roy Harper) – date of recording 69-06-02

    • 69-10-?? German TV: Internationales Essener Pop & Blues Festival, German TV black & white (WDR production includes footage of Taste, Deep Purple, Keef Hartley, The Nice, Pink Floyd & Aynsley Dunbar) – recorded October 11, 1969

    • 69-10-25 German TV, Beat Club (b/w): Hang on to a Dream

    • 69-12-27 BBC2 TV, Colour Me Pop highlights incl. The Nice

    • 70-01-23 Norwegian TV (b/w): Karelia Suite, Hang on to a Dream, She Belongs to Me – recorded October 07, 1969. Note: to see the video on streaming Norwegian TV

    • 70-03-14 USA TV, The Switched-on symphony (Jack Good special, recorded 13-15/02/70): America, Country Pie, Diary of an Empty Day; Keith Emerson also jammed with Santana on “Soul Sacrifice”. Note: also known as “Bell Telephone Show” and “Pop goes the symphony”. Please also note that on this occasion Keith Emerson heard for the first time Ginastera’s Toccata played by pianist João Carlos Martins. The programme received 3 nominations for the Emmys: “OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN LIVE OR TAPE SOUND MIXING – 1970” (winner), “OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN LIGHTING DIRECTION – 1970” and “OUTSTANDING VARIETY OR MUSICAL PROGRAM – CLASSICAL MUSIC – 1970”.

    • 70-03-28 Denmark TV, Toppop: 25 minutes TV special

    • 70-04-06 BBC radio, Sounds of the Seventies: Country Pie, Excerpts from the five bridges suite – date of recording 70-03-25

    • 70-04-27 BBC radio, Sounds of the Seventies: My back pages & Pathetique – date of recording 70-03-25

    • 70-06-20 German TV, P-3: Rondo, Hang On to a Dream

      Note: most of the BBC radio sessions details are taken from the book “In Session Tonight” by Ken Garner