On 8 December 1979, The Cure did their first live TV special at Theatre de l'Empire in Paris. They played songs like Killing An Arab, Boys Don't Cry, Jumping Someone Else's Train, Three Imaginary Boys, A Forest (this time called as At Night) and Seventeen Seconds. Unfortunately, only three songs were broadcasted.
When Robert Smith joined Siouxsie And The Banshees, he played with them live TV performance, which was probably filmed on 20 September 1979 at Oxford Road Studios in Manchester, England.
On 9 September 1979, The Cure went to Rotterdam, where they've headlined New Pop festival, playing in front of 10,000 people. But only one song was broadcasted on TV in the programme called Neon.
On 13 August 1979, The Cure recorded their first David 'Kid' Jensen session at BBC Maida Vale studio in London.
On 9 May 1979, The Cure recorded another John Peel session at BBC Maida Vale studio 4 in London. This session was produced by John Sparrow and engineered by Ted De Bono.
On 4 December 1978, The Cure recorded their first John Peel session at BBC Maida Vale studio 4 in London with the producer Tony Wilson and engineer Dave Dade.