Exploring the very first edition of the long-running tabloid and the way it set out to feel as much like its rivals as possible.
Remembering the legendary Hawkwind frontman and the unexpected battle to attend one of his live shows against the wishes of pompous student union heads.
Manchester’s former Chief Constable and moral puritan James Anderton has died.
A personal memoir of falling foul of Manchester’s over-zealous Obscene Publications Squad – and fighting back.
The hidden fetish fantasies of one of Britain’s most beloved artists are uncovered in his kinky private work.
The new fan-based oral history of Madchester’s leading figure is a mix of hero-worship, nostalgia and self-aggrandisement.
The anti-capitalist, class war art collective who infuriated the straight and gay establishment alike.
Remembering the men and women who livened up tedious public events with unexpected displays of nudity.
The last rock ‘n’ roll rebel and his lost years recording obscene, outrageous and inspired cover versions for Britain’s most infamous publishing house.
The legendary crooner’s unlikely tribute to the Northern town.