The odd folk-rock soundtrack to the legendary children’s TV show is an odd mix of jollity and depression.
The time the BBFC got its knickers in a twist about four minutes of jiggling buttocks.
The hippest shop of Swinging London and the unlikely pop song that it inspired.
Peter Watkins’ Vietnam-era study of protest, politics and punishment remains timely, but it’s too much in love with sloganeering to win over hearts and minds.
The dying days of cultural freedom and the dark side of the hippy dream explored in Juraj Jakubisko’s defiantly anarchic film.
Looking back at Frank Zappa’s magnum opus from 1974.
Another unlikely musical collaboration from the legendary performer.
A high-strength beer that announces itself in advance and delivers a bourbon-soaked punch to the senses.
A rare document of the culture clash between the straights and the freaks.
A Reprobate exclusive to mark the Summer Solstice: the bad-acid soaked, Sixties-invoking new video from Nikolas Schreck.
Nigel Kneale’s final outing for Professor Quatermass is a bitterly misanthropic attack on youth and society by a man who felt himself above it all.
A gross-out art installation at Burning Man finally causes outrage after 20 years.