Looking back at Toyah’s magnificent 1981 breakthrough album and its dystopian, rebellious sci-fi concepts.
Exploring the world of musical cut-ups and eccentric sound collisions.
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.
The star of The A-Team gets his own exhaustingly upbeat VHS video in 1984 aimed at turning kids into conformist narcissists.
An oddball collection of easy listening show tunes inspired by the children’s TV favourites of the early 1970s.
Tension overload in a breathless and relentless audio adventure from 1966.
The educational TV show’s song encouraging kids not to be afraid of imaginary monsters has some unfortunate lyrics.
The vintage children’s TV science fiction show from the 1970s.
The collision of a serious artist and Saturday morning TV phone-ins.
The Doctor Who and Worzel Gummidge records from the third Doctor.
A belated discovery of a 1980s cultural phenomenon.
The absurdist, rather hallucinogenic cartoon series remains a bizarre highlight of 1970s TV.