Peggy Lee on Television - 1980s & 1990s

The 1940s and 1950s

The 1960s

The 1970s

The 1980s and 1990s

Some radio performances

The Eighties and Nineties

The Tonight Show
3/13/80, NBC
Songs unknown

A Gift of Music: The 200th Anniversary of Los Angeles*
1981, w/ Rosemary Clooney, Woody Herman, Sid Caesar, Imogene Coca, Dionne Warwick, Twiggy, Toni Tennille
Songs included: Together (Wherever We Go)

Peggy Lee Entertains*
8/3/81, BBC-2
Songs included: I Love Being Here with You / Everything Must Change / Love Me or Leave Me / Mr. Wonderful / Witchcraft / My Father / Why Don't You Do Right? / Fever / I'm a Woman / But Beautiful / The Best Is Yet to Come / Don't Cry Out Loud / The Boy from Ipanema / The Folks Who Live on the Hill / Here's to You

Silk Cut Festival of Jazz*
1982, BBC
Songs included: I Love Being Here with You / I Want to Be Happy / I've Got It Bad (and That Ain't Good) / The Best Is Yet to Come / Fever / Mr. Wonderful / I'm a Woman / I'll Be Seeing You

The Paul Anka Show*
Songs unknown

The Kennedy Center Honors
12/82, CBS
Songs included: Where or When

    Honorees: Benny Goodman, Lillian Gish, Gene Kelly, Eugene Ormandy, George Abbott

London Night Out
2/9/83, Thames Television (UK)
Songs included: I Love Being Here with You / I Can Dream, Can't I? / Them There Eyes

The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson
6/25/84, NBC, w/ Joan Rivers (guest host), David Brenner, Jamie Farr
Songs: I Love Being Here with You / I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good)

Peggy Lee Live in Atlantic City*
8/84, PBS
Songs included: Maņana / Why Don't You Do Right? / Fever / As Time Goes By / The Folks Who Live on the Hill / I'll Be Seeing You

    "Although far from the peak of her vocal powers, Peggy Lee at 62 is still an intensely absorbing pop-jazz vocalist. Health problems, including a serious stroke, have given Miss Lee's dreamy passivity an occasionally disconnected air, but the singer hasn't lost her ability to invest the subtlest hesitations of phrase and bending of notes with intimations of mischief and eroticism. This blend of playfulness and glamour, along with an aura of metaphysical contemplation, helps make the musical special...a compelling retrospective... With her blond hair wrapped in a spangly headdress, Miss Lee is a ghostly temptress purring of final things in a voice that's often no more than a tremulous whisper. - Stephen Holden, New York Times, 8/31/84

On Stage America*
Songs unknown

The Joan Rivers Show*
Songs included: Love Dance, Fever

Good Morning America*
Songs included: See See Rider

The Reporters*
4/22/89, Fox
Episode title: "Peggy Lee's Comeback"

Terry Wogan Show*
1/8/90, BBC (UK)
Songs included: Fever

CBS This Morning*
7/20/90, CBS
Songs unknown

Leiber and Stoller: Baby, That's Rock and Roll*
1997, Bravo
Songs included: I'm a Woman / Is That All There Is, plus recent interview