Comments: U2 perform several songs for the fifth episode of the series At The BBC, and the band engage in an hour-long interview with host Cat Deeley afterwards. They are backed by an orchestra of about 30 people and a choir of about ten. The performance and interview are broadcast on 19 December. A rehearsal (without the orchestra) is conducted the evening before with a few guests, including Edge's cousin Ciara Lawrence.
First time All I Want Is You is played in the style of the studio recording, with the orchestra continuing for several minutes after the band finish. First snippet of Walk to the Water since 13 June 1992. Setlist and comment provided by U2gigs.com.
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"There have been periods when Adam and I didn't particularly get along, over the years. Yet when I left Aislinn I moved into Adam's. I suppose that the other three are the closest friends I have."
- The Edge, 1990
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