Video of The Week

Monday, 22 November 2021 19:35

Mott The Hoople (Ballad of) Rockumentary

Mott The Hoople are perhaps known to all music fans, but what of their story? The Ballad of Mott the Hoople is a feature-length documentary telling the bruised and battered, but triumphant, tale of one of the UK's most cherished rock 'n' roll bands, including rare and unseen archive footage.

VH1's one hour program chronicles KISS's phenomenal rise to fame, the band's painful 15-year separation and the group's extraordinary influence over the course of time.

Monsters are around every corner… Irvine Welsh’s Crime - starring Dougray Scott, Joanna Vanderham, and Angela Griffin - is streaming exclusively on BritBox from 18th November!

Peter Shilton, one of the finest goalkeepers the world has ever seen, has been denying strikers the net for more than twenty years -

AC/DC - Live at the Hippodrome, Golders Green, London, 1977. A raw, loud, and energetic performance.

A documentary about the history and legacy of Public Enemy.

Broadcast by Channel 4 in August 1999 in anticipation of Ken Kesey's trip to the UK for the total eclipse,

The highs, lows, and indifferences of the 1990 World Cup, as broadcast on the morning of Boxing Day of 1990.

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