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Alexis Korner & Friends

2002, Classic Pictures Entertainment


As part of the Special Features section of this DVD, Carlo talks about about one of the pioneers of the British Blues scene. Also features Bob Harris and Ruby Turner.

Living Famously: Keith Moon

2002, BBC Two, UK


Profile of The Who's legendary drummer. Carlo talks about how he gave him drum lessons in 1961.

Jukebox Heroes: Screaming Lord Sutch

2002, BBC One, UK


Part of a documentary series about British music pioneers, Carlo discloses how he first met Screaming Lord Sutch and formed The Savages.

Hans Meiser

2000, Germany


Carlo is interviewed on this German talk show about his days as a drummer with The Rolling Stones.

UK Raw

1999, 25 November, Channel 5, UK


Sequel to an earlier programme, UK Raw followed up with Carlo to see what he'd been up-to since he last appeared on the show. He brings his band the All Stars featuring Art Wood into the studio and they perform Hoochie Coochie Man.

This Morning

1999, 2 November, ITV, UK


Part of a special in-series, 'Our Century' looked back on the history of the UK. Carlo discusses life as a teenager in the 1950s. Also available, an accompanying booklet.

The Vera Show

1999, 14 October, Austria


Carlo discusses why he turned down the Rolling Stones with Austria's most famous chat show host.


1999, 12 July, NBC, USA


Carlo is filmed at his catering business outside Wembley Stadium and chats about The Rolling Stones.

London Today / London Tonight

1999, 17 June, ITV (Carlton), UK


Carlo is interviewed live via satellite about the loss of his friend Screaming Lord Sutch, who died today. He also appears in film outside the house.

Weekend 24

1999, 12 June, BBC Two & News24, UK


Carlo is interviewed about being a former Rolling Stone and the fact that the Stones are due to play Wembley Stadium over the following weekend.


1999, 11 June, ITV, UK


Carlo is interviewed live via satellite by Eamonn Holmes from outside Wembley Stadium, where the Stones are due to perform. Photos of his previous meeting with the Stones and gig footage are shown.

London Tonight

1999, 10 June, ITV, UK


Carlo is interviewed about being a former Rolling Stone and the fact that the Stones are due to play Wembley Stadium over the following weekend.


1999, 7 May, ITV LWT, UK


Carlo discusses his time with The Rolling Stones and performs with a band with Screaming Lord Sutch and Art Wood in the Rising Sun pub, Greenford, Middlesex.


1999, 15 March, BBC Two, UK


Talk show with the topic 'I Was Nearly There'. Also on the show Pete Best, Screaming Lord Sutch and Art Wood.

UK Raw

1999, 10 March, Channel 5, BBTV Productions, UK


Carlo and his wife are taken to Paris, France and are reunited with The Rolling Stones after 35 years. Carlo also performs with The Counterfeit Stones and is interviewed in the studio.

The Big Breakfast

1999, 10 March, Channel 4, UK


Carlo is interviewed by Johnny Vaughn in the BB garden about turning down the chance to stay with the Rolling Stones. He also plays his drum kit live on the show.

Swinging London

1998, 26 September, WDR, Germany


Carlo has a main presenting role in this documentary about music in 1960's London. He tours old venues such as the Marquee, and is filmed in the Ealing Club with Art Wood. Also interviewed are Screaming Lord Sutch, Nick Simper, Mac Poole and The Pretty Things.

Rolling Stones Day, MTV

1998, 22 August, MTV Europe


This special programme was made as a tribute to the cancelled Stones' Wembley Stadium concert, which had been due to take place on Aug 16 but was pulled for tax reasons. Set in The Post Office pub in Wembley itself on the night the concert would have occured, the show features The Counterfeit Stones and an interview by Paul King with Carlo Little about his missed opportunity with The Rolling Stones.

BBC Breakfast News

1998, June, BBC One, UK


Carlo was interviewed about his missed opportunity with The Rolling Stones, and footage of Carlo drumming at a recent Screaming Lord Sutch gig. Was not broadcast.

Littlejohn: Live and Unleashed

1998, 9 June, Sky One, LWT Productions, UK


British chat show filmed in London, hosted by the outspoken journalist Richard Littlejohn. Carlo Little is the last guest on the hour long programme and is interviewed about his missed opportunity with the Rolling Stones. The show ends with him performing Johnny B. Goode with the house band.

Play for Today: Long Distant Information

1979, 11 October, BBC One, UK


Written by and starring actor Neville Smith, this TV drama is about the effect of Elvis Presley's death on Christian Harvey, a part-time singer and rock and roll radio DJ. Carlo has a speaking-part as drummer 'Arnold'. Directed by Stephen Frears.

The Record Star Show

1968, 29 March, BBC One, UK


The 13th Annual Record Star Show at Empire Pool, Wembley was filmed on March 24 1968 (produced by the Stars Organisation for Spastics in association with the Daily Express). Carlo appeared with The Flowerpot Men. Footage was not archived.

Scene at 6.30

1964, Granada TV, UK


Hoochie Coochie Men performance with Carlo on drums, backing the singer Long John Baldry. Regional news programme for North-West England. Footage was not archived.


1963, ABC TV Productions, ITV, UK


Cyril Davies & His R&B All Stars performances, with Carlo on drums. Appearances on 5 individual programmes. Filmed on May 30th, July 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th at Teddington Studios, Middx. Footage now owned by Canal + Image UK Ltd.

Thank Your Lucky Stars

1963, ITV, UK


Cyril Davies & His R&B All Stars performance, with Carlo on drums. Filmed on June 16th in Birmingham by ABC TV, broadcast 22nd June. Also appearing on the same show: Ketty Lester, Adam Faith, Mark Wynter, The Four Seasons, Don Charles, Cloda Rogers, Rod & Carolyn, Kent Walton. Footage was not archived.

Unknown Programme

1963, BBC Two, UK


Cyril Davies & His R&B All Stars performance, with Carlo on drums. Also appearing on the same show: British film actress Diana Dors.

The 6:25 Show

1963, BBC Bristol, UK


Cyril Davies & His R&B All Stars performance. Introduced by Jimmy Young. Filmed in Bristol. 
Keith Scott, pianist: "We did a live TV Show, The 6.25 Show to publicise Country Line Special performing on a very naff set with a cut out scene-painted flat of a Buster Keatonesque railroad engine with cow-catcher."

British Pathe News

1962, UK


Film about the 2i's Coffee Bar in London's Compton Street, featuring Screaming Lord Sutch & The Savages, recorded on 15 January. Details regarding where or when broadcast are not known.

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