1994 saw British television advertising step forward into the brave new world of European openness – and then quickly step back again.
Memories of working on the photo desk of the world’s most infamous photo agency.
The fire-breathing, demonic monster that gripped the public consciousness in the 19th Century.
The short-lived comic book series aiming to explore notorious scandals from the point of view of both people involved.
Scaring people into compliance and controlling the public discussion with vaguely worded laws and campaigns of moral panic.
Provocative documentaries about forbidden culture, from the days when Channel 4 was still a credible and daring broadcaster.
The demonisation of an innocent man over lurid sex fantasies and the belief that there is no smoke without fire – a cautionary tale.
Smugly wrecking lives for money and power – the British tabloids continue to occupy the bottom rung of humanity.
The definitive visual guide to the most notorious films of the 1980s.
Money, sex, power and moral certainty.
How the New Year’s Day suicide of Fred West opened up the floodgates of tabloid sensationalism over his unspeakable crimes.
Bikini girls and tabloid sensationalism in the pioneering men’s magazine.