The three new shows are as follows:
Urban Myths: When Bowie Met Bolan
This episode focuses on the story of a young David Bowie and Marc Bolan. "As struggling teenage musicians, they were both summoned to their manager Les Conn's office in Denmark Street one morning and, in lieu of them making him any actual money by selling any records, asked to repaint his office."
Urban Myths: The Dali And The Cooper
The writers explain: "Over the course of a few days, Alice Cooper was invited to one of the most surreal dinner parties ever by Dali before being asked to pose in a photo-shoot for one of the world's first holograms while wearing a tiara made up of $2million worth of gems and brandishing a shish-kebabbed statuette of the Venus De Milo."
Urban Myths: Public Enemy (feat. Kev Wells)
Written by Neil Webster and directed by Ben Palmer, this fictionalised special tells the story of how rap revolutionaries Public Enemy were stranded in Broomhill, North Devon, after their tour bus left without them, and "had to rely on a local bloke and his old Ford Focus to get them to their show on time".
Earlier this year Sky Arts broadcast five episodes under the Urban Myths strand: Adolf Hitler The Artist, Bob Dylan: Knockin' On Dave's Door, Muhammad Ali focused The Greatest. Of All Time., Samuel Beckett linked Waiting For Andre and the self-explanatory When Cary Grant Introduced Timothy Leary To LSD.
The episode Elizabeth, Michael & Marlon was also filmed but controversy over its depiction of Michael Jackson, including complaints from the late singer's immediate family, resulted in Sky vowing not to broadcast the episode after all.