2003 - How can they sleep
1 a-ha's live performance of "Hunting High And Low" is broadcast on "TOTP2" (BBC2) in the UK.
31 "Absolutt Underholdning" (TV2) reports on Morten at the premiere of "Die Another Day".
22 Morten presents an award to "Gåte" an the annual Spellemannprisen in Oslo.
10 a-ha release a live version of "The Sun Always Shines On TV", taken from the live album "How Can I Sleep With Your Voice In My Head", in Norway and other parts of Europe.
24 a-ha release the live album "How Can I Sleep With Your Voice In My Head", in Norway and other parts of Europe.
28 Morten is guest on the Norwegian TV show "Førat og Sist" (NRK1).
5 a-ha perform a play-back version of "The Sun Always Shines On TV (live)" and "Summer Moved On" on "Formula Eins" (RTL). Paul is in the States, so a Paul 'double' is brought in for the show.
15 a-ha are on "Generacion Triunfo" (TVE Internacional) in Spain.
19 A four page article on Morten is printed in the Norwegian newspaper VG who followed Morten for three days and went to his new, self designed, working apartment in Oslo and his cabin on an island outside Kristiansand.
20 Morten's baby daughter is christened Henny.
9 Morten travels with TV-producer Einar Matre and people from the charity organisation "Strømmestiftelsen" to East Timor. A TV special "Et land i støpeskjeen" ("A country in the making") on this trip will be broadcast on TV2 in Norway on 9 June. The show is produced by TV-Inter.
21-30 November Magne is exhibiting glass paintings and large glass vases at Cisternerne (Museum of Modern Glass Art) which is below Frederiksberg Castle in Copenagen, Denmark. The jars were made at Hadeland Glassverk in Norway.
18 The Norwegian show "TV-Sør nyhetene" includes a report on Morten singing with Harket Mannssanggruppe.
19 An interview with Morten in London's Covent Garden is broadcast on the Norwegian TV show "Absolutt Underholdning" (TV2).
20 An interview with Morten and Magne on "Valen TV" is broadcast on the Norwegian TV show "God Kveld Norge" (TV2).
23 a-ha's "Top Of The Pops" performance of "Crying In The Rain" from 18 October 1990 is broadcast on "TOTP2" (BBC2) in the UK.
19 Magne and Nico are on TV-aksjonen where the wooden sculpture "Ungt menneske" ("Young human being") is auctioned.
26 The Norwegian TV show "Nyhetene" (TV2) has a report from Novosibirsk on how the city is making preparations for the forthcoming a-ha concert.
27 Sports Palace, Novosibirsk, Siberia The Norwegian TV show "Absolutt Underholdning" (TV2) has a report from Novosibirsk with a clips of: a-ha arriving, press conference and of "Forever Not Yours" from the concert.
28 Concert Hall Ukraina, Kiev, Ukraine
29 Sports Palace, Odessa, Ukraine
31 Ice Arena, St.Petersburg, Russia
1 Kremlin Palace, Moscow, Russia
An interview with Morten on the future of a-ha and family life is broadcast on "God Kveld Norge" (TV2).
2 Kremlin Palace, Moscow, Russia
3 Trondheim SU, Trondheim, Norway A press conference is held in Trondheim?
The Norwegian TV show "Absolutt Underholdning" (TV2) includes a report about the concert in Trondheim with a clip of "Forever Not Yours". There are more clips about the Trondheim concert and press conference on Norway's "'Kveldsnytt" (NRK1).
Jan Werner Danielson releases his album "Singer Of Songs" which includes the track "I Smile When I'm Dreaming", the melody to which was written by Magne and Kjetil.
4 Trondheim SU, Trondheim, Norway
A report about the Trondheim concerts is broadcast on the Norwegian TV show "Absolutt Underholdning" (TV2).
17 A clip of Morten at the press conference in Trondheim is broadcast on the Norwegian TV show "Store Studio" (NRK1).
21 "Pepsi Live" (TVNorge" broadcasts various clips about the concerts in Trondheim.
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