http://blog.vh1.com/2011-07-27/this-weekend-vh1-classic-celebrates-30-years-of-mtv/ So far this is better than I thought it would be. They are showing some complete show segments, as opposed to heavily edited clips and bytes. The first 35 minutes of hour 1: --MTV ID circa 1989 (no voiceover – just the MTV top of the hour “theme” music) approx. 20 seconds --From 1st Annual MTV VMAs September 1984: 1) Ron Wood giving out Best Stage Performance Video Music Award with David Lee Roth acceptance speech. 2) Madonna “Like A Virgin” performance complete with Dan Aykroyd introduction. Total approx. 7 minutes --Denis Leary “rant” MTV promo 1989 approx. 30 seconds --MTV ID/Bumper 1980s 5 seconds Commercial Break --Another one of Denis Leary’s rant-style MTV promos 1989 approx. 1 minute --Segment from Cindy Crawford’s House Of Style “Swimsuit Edition” circa 1989 approx. 8 minutes --Another MTV top of the hour ID Late 80s Approx. 20 seconds Commercial Break --Yet another Denis Leary MTV promo 1989 approx. 1 minute --Eric Clapton “Nobody Knows You” from MTV Unplugged March 1992 with short interview of Eric talking about the song. Also “Layla” with another interview clip. Total: approx. 9 minutes --MTV promo with Steve Buscemi 1987 or 1988 approx. 1 minute --MTV ID/bumper 1980s 5 seconds The hour concluded with 2 more Denis Leary promos, a Yo! MTV Raps segment with Fab 5 Freddy, a clip from Aeon Flux (Gravity), a 1987 MTV "Body Snatchers Contest" promo with The Beastie Boys as well as a 10 minute chunk of the September 2000 MTV VMAs with Jim Carrey introducing Eminem, who then performed "The Real Slim Shady" and "The Way I Am." Hour 2 has Queen performing at Live Aid, Justin Timberlake being Punk'd, a video piece "Slow Bob In The Lower Dimensions" with music by The Residents, a 1988 segment of Club MTV with Rick Astley performing "It Would Take A Strong Strong Man", "Beavis and Butt-head in the Great Cornholio" plus more 80s and 90s promos and IDs.