If you caught a glimpse of the photos in the mods episode of Street, Sound & Style on Channel 4, then you might be interested to get an even closer look courtesy of Odds & Sods – Photographs of Paul Hallam.
It didn’t last long on the BBC’s iPlayer catch-up service and if you lived outside the UK, you probably couldn’t see it at all. But thanks to YouTube, everyone can watch Timeshift – Mods, Rockers and Bank Holiday Mayhem either for the first time or again and again.
Just spotted this in the inbox, The Soul Rider documentary, which focuses on a 1960s mod in the present era, but looking back at the past. It’s a short watch, but worth the effort.
Neale Hobday looks back at his formative years as a mod in Essex.
Suited and booted and ready for action, John Waters takes us on a night out in 1960s London.
Liz Powner checks out the Swinging London and Sixties Graphics exhibitions at the V&A. You can also browse some photos taken by Liz by here.
Eddie Piller looks at Pete Meaden and the Quadrophenia movie, as well as their continuing impact in the modern era.
The Modculture website passes the 10-year mark, where do we go from here?