The mystery and misdirection behind Britain’s most notorious and misunderstood sit-com.
The class war raging behind every call for ‘something to be done’ about the dubious pleasures of the great unwashed.
The notorious recordings of Orson Welles not giving a damn while promoting faux-champagne and frozen peas.
The boom in lecherous, kinky and erotic occult magazines at the height of the Satanic Sixties and Seventies.
The swagger, sleaze and sensationalism of the 1970s glam rock scene explored.
How the female-led action TV shows in the 1970s were dismissed as mere T&A exploitation by idiots.
The demonisation of an innocent man over lurid sex fantasies and the belief that there is no smoke without fire – a cautionary tale.
An eccentric slice of cinematic cannibalism, as obscure and unfinished films are chopped, changed and rendered incoherent in a portmanteau of pointlessness.
Exploring the luminous world of low-cost supermarket absinthe, brewed in Poland.
A letter from – and about – America by the artist, musician and convict.
The UK government’s sudden and selective embrace of free speech is a little hard to swallow.
The ongoing holy war between heavy metal frontman Nergal and the catholic authorities in Poland.