In New Zealand for his 1983 Serious Moonlight tour, David Bowie stops for a cigarette with Radio with Pictures, to talk about past, present and future projects. Bowie mentions recording hit album Let’s Dance in three weeks, and briefly touches on mysterious music and screen projects, and the "very funny" Ziggy Stardust concert film. Also mentioned: his opinions on Jagger versus McCartney, his desire to work again with Iggy Pop, and how he feels about making the cover of Time magazine. The interview is bookended with brief footage of Bowie's opening number at Athletic Park.
They were probably short of a good story that week.– David Bowie, on making the cover of Time magazine
RNZ programme about Bowie's 1983 concert at Athletic Park, August 2005
Jemaine Clement on being a Bowie fan, The Spinoff, January 2016