A counter-culture guide to deception, provocation and mockery with Boyd Rice, Karen Finley, Joe Coleman and others.
A cute 1950s examination of the world of the pin-up artist.
Found Footage, modern horror and 1970s British sleaze are explored in our latest video interview.
The conflicting evidence, lost facts, fervent nationalism and tabloid-driven hysteria surrounding one of the most notorious trials of the 1990s.
More 1960s anti-smut hysteria from notorious fraudster Charles Keating.
The BBC TV documentary exploring the rise of the psychedelic underground in 1967.
A vintage TV documentary looking at thrill-hungry beatniks.
Proving fiction to be stranger than truth, the story of the outrageous Shockumentary that spawned sequels, imitations and a cultural phenomenon.
Why unknown singers joining famous rock bands are almost always doomed to fail.
A new documentary reveals more of the truth about the controversial F1 boss and privacy campaigner than his tabloid enemies ever could.
Channel 4’s art show examines the appeal of horror films in a somewhat haphazard manner.
The ground-breaking book that chronicled an election, and the David L. Wolper Kennedy documentaries that it inspired.