"Bless us, they're never still - always up to something new. And Eve's latest invasion is in the wireless world - " Two women walk towards the camera on a city street. They stop beside a fire hydrant (this is presumably the United States of America). C/U of the women winding a wire around the top of the fire hydrant. One of the women holds a small box.
Crime drama about the rivalry over a new invention and a nice girl.
Have laptop, will travel. A documentary chronicling the stories of people living and traveling the world, all while working remotely.
We see a cartoon artist sketching at his desk. Closer shot of the paper he is drawing on reveal him to be drawing Jerry. He props Jerry up on the table and wags his finger at him: "Stay there till you're wanted!" reads an intertitle. The artist gets up. Drawing of an urban landscape with radio communication wires stretching across the sky is shown. The wires vibrate. Cut back to Jerry. Words come out of the radio which is standing next to the sketch of Jerry. "Hullo everybody! In one minute you will hear the bedtime stories!" Jerry looks pleased and jumps off the page and into the horn of the radio (it is a funny looking radio that has a small round dial attached to an ornate horn like an old gramophone.)
A High-concept film combining Live concert footage of Thomas Dolby (with guest Lena Lovich) with music videos from the "Golden Age Of Wireless" album.
The Offspring performs live at Weenie Roast, which is an annual multi-artist alternative rock concert presented by the US rock radio station KROQ. Setlist: 1. Come Out And Play 2. The Kids Aren't Alright 3. Hammerhead 4. All I Want 5. Gone Away 6. Staring At The Sun 7. Gotta Get Away 8. Want You Bad 9. You're Gonna Go Far, Kid 10. Bad Habit 11. Pretty Fly (For A White Guy) 12. (Can't Get My) Head Around You 13. Self Esteem
Into a photography studio full of large fantastic machines steps an elderly couple. The bearded proprietor explains the equipment and gives them a demonstration: he starts machines whirring, and projects a painting of three women onto a large screen; suddenly the women begin to move. The customers are impressed. First the women sits in the special seat: she's projected onto the screen, and her good nature comes out in the laughing image. Then it's the man's turn, but the machine discloses a vastly different nature in him. Will his reaction threaten our proprietor's inventions?