The company reissues the shows on DVD and Blu-ray, so Network releasing cult 1960s TV soundtracks on heavyweight vinyl perhaps isn’t a big surprise.
I know a few of you went to see this at the BFI when it was part of the Flipside presentation there. But what you might now know is that Some People is getting a DVD release via Network.
According to the particularly stern introduction, Bailey on Warhol is ‘an attempt to capture the spirit of Warhol using some of the techniques he has pioneered and several stills of his most famous work.’ Pretty good summing up I’d say.
The words ‘ITV’ and ‘arts’ might not sit comfortably in the same sentence these days, but once upon a time they did – and Tempo was the trailblazer.
A while back, we mentioned that The Corridor People, a strange 'lost' show from the 1960s was heading to DVD via Network. Well, that same label has just put up a 'teaser' clip online. Dating back to 1966, just four episodes were actually broadcast of the series, which starred John […]