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|The Most Reverend Desmond Tutu|
|Tutu's role during apartheid|
|Tutu's role since apartheid|
|Role in South Africa|
|Chairman of the Elders|
|Role in the Third World|
|United Nations Role|
|Other Humanitarian Initiatives|
|One Young World|
- U2 360° tour (2009)
- The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2009)
- Iconoclasts Desmond Tutu and Richard Branson (2008)
- I Am Because We Are (2008)
- For the Bible Tells Me So (2007)
- Virgin Radio (2007) - Tutu contacted Virgin Radio on 15 October 2007 in the "Who's Calling Christian" phone in where famous people ring in to raise a substantial amount of money for charity.
- The Foolishness of God: Desmond Tutu and Forgiveness (2007) (post-production)
- Our Story Our Voice (2007) (completed)
- 2006 Trumpet Awards (2006) (TV)
- Nobelity DVD (2006)
- De skrev historie (1 episode, 2005)
- The Shot That Shook the World (2005) (TV)
- The Peace! DVD (2005) (V)
- The Charlie Rose Show (1 episode, 2005)
- Out of Africa: Heroes and Icons (2005) (TV)
- Big Ideas That Changed the World (2005) (mini) TV Series
- Breakfast with Frost (3 episodes, 2004–2005)
- Tavis Smiley (1 episode, 2005)
- The South Bank Show (1 episode, 2005)
- Wall Street: A Wondering Trip (2004) (TV)
- The Daily Show (1 episode, 2004)
- Bonhoeffer (2003)
- Long Night's Journey Into Day (2000)
- Epidemic Africa (1999)
- Cape Divided (1999)
- A Force More Powerful (1999)
- Desmond Tutu was referenced in a Father Ted special episode, "A Christmassy Ted":
- Mrs. Doyle: "Well, I think that Archbishop Tutu is a Protestant man".
- Father Ted: "Alright, oh great; so a Protestant is better than me!"
- Spanish / Basque ska-punk band Kortatu dedicated a song to Desmond Tutu in their eponymous album in 1985.
Miles Davis released an album entitled "Tutu" in 1986, dedicated to Tutu. The title track "Tutu", written by Marcus Miller, has become a jazz fusion standard.