A lot to get in, but perhaps best to keep everything about For The Love Of Mod in one place.
First heard about this documentary on Paul Gorman’s blog back in February, but nothing since. However, browsing the new listings for the BFI, spotted a world premiere for Dexys – Nowhere Is Home in May.
We have flagged the book up before, but if you want to know more about Generation X by Charles Hamblett and Jane Deverson, check out The First Generation X on BBC Radio 4 on iPlayer while you still can.
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.
If you missed it or happen be be outside the UK, you can check out the BBC Culture Show: Northern Soul – Keep the Faith thanks to YouTube.
One for the diary, with the BBC Culture Show soon to be showing a special called Northern Soul – Keep the Faith.
We mentioned it was on its way and now you can see the Faces In The Crowd mod documentary for yourself online.
Technology has changed a lot of things, but above all, advances in tech and and more affordability means anyone can do things that were once the domain of TV companies and record labels. The Faces In The Crowd mod documentary sums this up perfectly.