Music fans will get the chance to experience a performance of David Gilmour, the voice and guitar of Pink Floyd, live at The Royal Albert Hall in 2006, which includes a special guest appearance from David Bowie.
David Gilmour Live at the Royal Albert Hall – Remember That Night will be available exclusively on BBC iPlayer from the 14 November at 9pm.
The 90-minute programme sees Gilmour perform tracks from his solo album On An Island and a selection of hits from throughout Pink Floyd’s 40-year career. He is joined on stage by legendary David Bowie, Pink Floyd keyboardist Richard Wright and Guy Pratt, who joined Pink Floyd on two world tours along with John Carin, Phil Manzaner and Robert Wyatt.
James Stirling, Editor of BBC Music, says: “We’re really excited to bring this iconic performance to BBC iPlayer for fans to enjoy. It is an amazing show where two legendary British musicians came together to create some musical magic.”
BBC iPlayer is available on over 10,000 devices in the UK for free, from computers and smartphones to tablets and Connected TVs. 2014 was a record-breaking year for BBC iPlayer and BBC iPlayer Radio, which saw 3.5bn TV and radio programme requests across all devices and the catch-up window extend from seven to 30 days.