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Matt Lucas narrates another set of eye-popping clips, this time from the era of cool Britannia, where boundaries were pushed by the likes of The Word and TFI Friday
Narrator Matt Lucas looks back at some jaw-dropping television from the 80s, when there was a lot of fear onscreen, from nuclear armageddon to glue-sniffing, video nasties and AIDS
A look back at some dangerous 1970s TV, including Tony Blackburn in a cage of lions, and a Spike Milligan sitcom so out there it was taken off screens. With Bill Oddie, Jennie Bond and Samira Ahmed.
Matt Lucas narrates a look at some classic TV paranoia, with the comedies, the painfully honest documentaries, terrifying public information films, and the satires that made people so anxious 40 years ago. From punk to pot, foreign diseases to free love, gay rights, women's rights, and newly arrived immigrants, 1970s TV and society saw danger everywhere. Some of the famous 70s shows covered include Man Alive and Brass Tacks, as well as The Goodies taking on the police and June Whitfield burning her bra. The show features first-hand accounts from the people who were making telly at the time, including Barry Cryer, Janet Street-Porter and Bill Oddie; as well as the reactions from those who watched at home, including Benjamin Zephaniah, Philippa Perry, Garry Bushell, Tom Robinson and Oona King.