The end of the Seventies and the start of the Eighties is captured on the front of the publications of the time.
Trying to define the most slippery of music trends is a fool’s game – but tracing the connections between various genres is fascinating.
The once-ubiquitous child’s ventriloquist dummy is one of the creepiest toys of the 1970s.
The birth of synth-pop and electro-disco is the true musical legacy of ’77.
An ongoing love affair with the first summer blockbuster.
Exploring the world of musical cut-ups and eccentric sound collisions.
Paperbacks from the glory days of the film and television tie-in novel.
A look back at a pair of Ozploitation pseudo-documentaries that don’t quite hit the mark.
The film version of Thomas Tyron’s bestseller has been unfairly overlooked by horror fans but the subtle chills still work today.
Blinged-up cars and near-naked girls – what 1970s teenage boy could resist?
The man responsible for the classic, larger-than-life look of 1970s rock has died.
Looking back at the heyday of the imported, dubbed European kid’s TV shows that left an indelible impact on a generation of British viewers.