Granada TV documentary from 1990 exploring the 'Madchester' music phenomena of the late 80's and early 90's.Featuring NME reporters Stuart Maconie and James Brown on a tour of the city along with photographer Kevin Cummins. Also includes live footage and interviews of Happy Mondays,808 State, Inspiral Carpets and Northside.With contributions from Anthony H Wilson , Danny Kelly and the Central Station design team who gave us some of the classic Factory records sleeves.
. Based on personal experience and mirrors perfectly what ex-smokers go through
A film written and directed by Bérengêre Bonte - Documentary Television French - French Tennis Federation. The Connors–McEnroe rivalry was a series of competitive matches between American tennis players Jimmy Connors and John McEnroe, who played 34 times between 1977 and 1991
Sourced from Jim Bowen's "You Can't Say That Anymore" show.This does contain swearing! He talks about what happened with two drunken contestants on the 80's TV show Bullseye.You can't beat a bit of Bully!
This brilliant musical documentary tells the story of Ronnie Lane from his heyday with first the Small Faces and then the Faces through the sixties and seventies and then his experiments with a rural life and the touring musical circus that he dubbed The Passing Show. Finally it charts his latter days once he developed Multiple Sclerosis. Featuring numerous musical clips and interviews with family, friends and colleagues including Eric Clapton, Pete Townshend, Ian McLagan, Kenney Jones, Glyn Johns, Henry McCullough, Joe Ely and many more.

With Syd Barrett, Nick Mason, Richard Wright, Roger Waters. Shot by movie maestro Peter Whitehead, this film features rare full length performances from the classic late 60's Pink Floyd line-up at Sound Techniques London & material from the legendary '14 hour Technicolor Dream' extravaganza in April '67 at Alexandra Palace. The footage includes performance art by Yoko Ono and a Sgt. Pepper era John Lennon taking in the festivities (John and Yoko had not met then).
We hear from the man behind the man himself, Steve Coogan, as well as the acclaimed team that created him 25 years ago. That cohort of writers and performers would become some of the most celebrated and distinctive comic voices of their generation
The Team that Changed the World," investigates the Globetrotters' impact socially and culturally, as well as their lasting effect on the NBA. Featuring interviews with basketball players, celebrities, politicians, and more, the documentary also shows how the Globetrotters continue to serve as "Ambassadors of Goodwill" and touch audiences around the world today.

Few teams in professional sports history elicit such a wide range of emotions as the Detroit Pistons of the late 1980s and early '90s. For some, the team was heroic -- made up of gritty, hard-nosed players who didn't back down from anyone. And for others, it was exactly that trait -- the willingness to do seemingly anything to win -- that made them the "Bad Boys," the team fans loved to hate.

Those two dungeons could have been underground grain storage pits. There is no underground water up high on that mountain so water would not have endangered the stored grain of food there. Not every dark room is a torture chamber, folks! 2 hours ago. Vlad was raised by Turks and he developed his taste for blood ...



If you ever find yourself heading south on the A13, chances are you are either lost or on your way to Tilbury in Essex. It is very much a town at the end of the line, as the Worlds End pub down by the docks testifies, and definitely not the sort of place you want to end up on your ownsome come nightfall.


Badfinger were a British rock band that originally consisted of Pete Ham, Mike Gibbins, Tom Evans and Joey Molland. The band evolved from an earlier group called The Iveys that was formed in 1961 by Ham, Ron Griffiths and David "Dai" Jenkins in Swansea, Wales.


Featuring Devotion, You're My Girl ,Flying, Too Much Woman, Maybe I'm Amazed, Gasoline Alley & Around The Plynth



Featuring The Faces, Marc Bolan, Linda Lewis, Matthews Southern Comfort and Fairport Convention all chatting, writing and rehearsing.



Neil Young: Don't Be Denied....BBC documentary charting Neil's career from his first experiences in Canada through his trip south and his time with Buffalo Springfield, CSNY and Crazy Horse.
Whilst he is claiming it is just about the music, the film shows Neil as a man of great integrity both musically and politically.


Nick Moran discusses "Performers" the new play by Dean Cavanagh & Irvine Welsh premiering at the Edinburgh Festival 2017



A documentary on The Who, featuring interviews with the band's two surviving members, Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey.



This documentary looks at the music and career of one the world's most influential performers, singer and songwriters. It features promo films, interviews with Kate and with colleagues, producers, musicians and friends, TV clips, location shots and a host of other features.


Narrated by Mark Hamill. A look at the history of the Batman comic franchise.


Shot & Edited by Lee Cogswell Interviews by John Wilson Additional camera - Daniel Thompson Additional Audio - John Wilson & Charles Rees Song title graphics - Alex Hutchinson Cover Animation - David Kitson


A documentary about the playboys of motorsport Barry Sheene and James Hunt.



Brian Clough - in His Own Words is a documentary from 2004 about the life and times of legendary Football manager Brian Clough.


Featuring performances from: Sex Pistols, Elvis Costello, Buzzcocks, John Cooper Clarke, Iggy Pop, Wreckless Eric, Ian Dury, Penetration, Blondie, Fall, Jam, Jordan, Devo, Tom Robinson Band, Johnny Thunder, Elvis Costello, XTC, Jonathan Richman, Nick Lowe, Siouxie & the Banshees, Cherry Vanilla & Magazine.



This Is Your Life - Henry Cooper, heavyweight boxer, was surprised by Eamonn Andrews at Thames Television’s Euston Road Studios.



Best-selling author and winner of the Rolling Stone Magazine Award for investigative journalism, Ian Halperin re-opens the case about Nirvana front man, Kurt Cobain. This detailed documentary contains interviews that delve into controversy surrounding the suicide of the iconic rock legend



Documentary in which director and DJ Don Letts looks at a very particular and very provocative British subculture - skinhead.

George Orwell: A Life in Pictures is a 2003 BBC Television docudrama telling the life story of the British author George Orwell. Chris Langham plays the part of Orwell. No surviving sound recordings or video of the real George Orwell have been found.



A documentary, which takes you on a journey of Bowie's revolutionary career, struggle with his personal life and his achievements and successes.


First transmitted in 1968, singer and actress Georgia Brown revisits her old childhood home in Whitechapel, East London and notes the fading presence of the Jewish immigrant community. Brown discusses the recent change in the area's increasingly diverse population and ponders the question, "Who are the cockneys now?"


The "Skinheads" episode from the BBC TV documentary series 40 Minutes, which originally aired on the 14th of October, 1982. Features Chris Henderson and his band Combat 84. Quality is fairly poor but where else can you find it. Audio is slightly out of sync with video.


A powerful, dramatic and deeply personal portrait of a genuine footballing icon. Moore fought many battles besides those witnessed by millions on the football field. Behind the glory lies the story of a man who faced highs and lows with the same strength and bravery.


A documentary tells the story of Ronnie Lane from his heyday with first the Small Faces and then the Faces through the sixties and seventies and then his experiments with a rural life and the touring musical circus that he dubbed The Passing Show.
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