So it’s England vs Germany again. Chances are they’ll beat us, but then again it just might turn out like this…
Here’s the amphetamine fuelled story of the Wigan Pier phenomenon…
Imogen Stubbs and Amanda Daniels star in a moving story of growing up in the early Seventies against a backdrop of the emerging Northern Soul scene.
She’s a stop you in your tracks, understated sex symbol whose appeal is unique. She has single handedly made films worth watching. Why does everyone fall for Jenny Agutter?
Lifelong Liverpool fan John Power found himself onstage in the centre of Dortmund on UEFA Cup Final day busking to thousands of flag-waving scousers. Not only did they know all the words to his songs but the Reds won the cup 5-4. Not a bad day then.
We’re often told that there are no such things as easy games in international football. This has never been more true than for England’s poor score draw with an underwhelming Switzerland side. But what did we learn from the game?
It’s 1979. Quadrophenia is on the cinema, Time For Action is on the radio and the small cathedral town of Ely embraced all things Mod. I was there.
The first lady of Immediate Records, PP Arnold talks about life in the mod scene and working with everyone from The Small Faces to Bobby Gillespie.
After a ferocious fight Noel Gallagher, not for the first time, walked out on Oasis. But with the future of the band more uncertain than ever before it was guitarist Matt Deighton that was asked to step into his shoes.
They could have been contenders but just as The Jam fans found them Two Tone swallowed up the post-punk Mod revival scene. The Chords did have a couple of cracking singles though.
Fears of terrorist attacks, tales of money-grabbing players and, in the end, the Germans walk away with the trophy. This is the story of the 1974 World Cup but in many ways it could be today’s.