You'll Never Be Sixteen Again

A rare chance to hear the acclaimed series telling the story of the British teenager through music, archive and reminiscence.

Introduced by John Peel and produced by Peter Everett, the series was first broadcast in 1985.

Episodes

SeriesEpisodeTitleFirst
Broadcast
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A01Ain't Misbehavin'2011100920120526
20121215 (6M)

Looking at austerity, fashion, Elvis Presley, rock 'n' roll and attitudes towards sex.

A chance to hear the acclaimed series telling the story of the British teenager through music, archive and reminiscence. Introduced by John Peel and produced by Peter Everett, the series was first broadcast in 1985.

Part 1: Ain't Misbehavin'. This episode deals with austerity, Teddy Boys, fashion, National Service, the jive, Elvis Presley, the arrival of rock 'n' roll and attitudes towards sex.

A chance to hear the acclaimed series telling the story of the British teenager through music, archive and reminiscence.

Introduced by John Peel and produced by Peter Everett, the series was first broadcast in 1985.

Part 1: Ain't Misbehavin'.

This episode deals with austerity, Teddy Boys, fashion, National Service, the jive, Elvis Presley, the arrival of rock 'n' roll and attitudes towards sex.

A02Puttin' On The Style2011101020120527
20121216 (6M)

John Peel with a look at the era of skiffle and trad jazz, beatniks and beehive hairdos.

The acclaimed series (first broadcast in 1985) telling the story of the British teenager through music, archive and reminiscence. Introduced by John Peel, the second programme 'Puttin' on the Style' deals with the era of skiffle and trad. jazz, beatniks, beehive hairdos, coffee bars, the Aldermaston march and the Twist.

The acclaimed series (first broadcast in 1985) telling the story of the British teenager through music, archive and reminiscence.

Introduced by John Peel, the second programme 'Puttin' on the Style' deals with the era of skiffle and trad.

jazz, beatniks, beehive hairdos, coffee bars, the Aldermaston march and the Twist.

A03I'm Into Something Good2011101120120528
20121217 (6M)

The acclaimed series (first broadcast in 1985) telling the story of the British teenager through music, archive and reminiscence. Introduced by John Peel, episode 3, I'm Into Something Good, deals with the era of Merseybeat, Mods and Rockers and Swinging London.

John Peel continues with Merseybeat, mods and rockers, and Swinging London.

The acclaimed series (first broadcast in 1985) telling the story of the British teenager through music, archive and reminiscence.

Introduced by John Peel, episode 3, I'm Into Something Good, deals with the era of Merseybeat, Mods and Rockers and Swinging London.

A05In A Broken Dream2011101320120530
20111013 (6M)
20120530 (6M)
20121219 (6M)

John Peel deals with the era of long hair, skinheads and tartan-trousered teenyboppers.

John Peel introduces the acclaimed series (first broadcast in 1985) telling the story of the British teenager through music, archive and reminiscence. Episode 5 'In a Broken Dream' deals with the era of long hair, skinheads and tartan-trousered teenyboppers.

John Peel introduces the acclaimed series (first broadcast in 1985) telling the story of the British teenager through music, archive and reminiscence.

Episode 5 'In a Broken Dream' deals with the era of long hair, skinheads and tartan-trousered teenyboppers.

A06Pretty Vacant2011101420120531
20111014 (6M)
20120531 (6M)
20121220 (6M)

John Peel covers the rise and fall of punk, disco and riots in the cities.

The story of the British teenager continues, through music, archive and reminiscence. This episode, Pretty Vacant, covers the rise and fall of punk, the John Travolta disco boom and riots in the cities. The series is introduced by John Peel and was first broadcast in 1985.

The story of the British teenager continues, through music, archive and reminiscence.

Episode six - Pretty Vacant - covers the rise and fall of punk, the John Travolta disco boom and riots in the cities.

The series is introduced by John Peel and first broadcast in 1985.

The story of the British teenager continues, through music, archive and reminiscence. Episode six - Pretty Vacant - covers the rise and fall of punk, the John Travolta disco boom and riots in the cities. The series is introduced by John Peel and first broadcast in 1985.

A07 LASTBest Years Of Our Lives2011101520120601
20111015 (6M)
20120601 (6M)
20121221 (6M)

John Peel covers New Romantics, glue sniffers, casuals and psychobillies.

The story of the British teenager continues, through music, archive and reminiscence. Episode seven 'Best Years Of Our Lives' covers the New Romantics, glue sniffers, casuals and psychobillies. The series is introduced by John Peel and first broadcast in 1985.

The story of the British teenager continues, through music, archive and reminiscence.

Episode seven - Best Years Of Our Lives - covers the New Romantics, glue sniffers, casuals and psychobillies.

The series is introduced by John Peel and first broadcast in 1985.

B01Ain't Misbehavin' Part 120090310

A rare chance to hear the acclaimed series telling the story of the British teenager through music, archive and reminiscence.

Introduced by John Peel and produced by Peter Everett, the series was first broadcast in 1985.Looking at austerity, fashion, Elvis Presley, rock 'n' roll and attitudes towards sex.

This episode deals with austerity, Teddy Boys, fashion, National Service, the jive, Elvis Presley, the arrival of rock 'n' roll and attitudes towards sex.

Looking at austerity, fashion, Elvis Presley, rock 'n' roll and attitudes towards sex.

B02Ain't Misbehavin' Part 220090311

Looking at Teddy Boys, National Service, the jive and attitudes towards sex.

A continuing look at austerity, Teddy Boys, fashion, National Service, the jive, Elvis Presley, the arrival of rock 'n' roll and attitudes towards sex.

B03Puttin' On The Style Part 120090312

Looking at skiffle, trad jazz, beatniks, beehives, coffee bars, Aldermaston and the twist.

The series continues with the era of skiffle and trad jazz, beatniks, beehive hairdos, coffee bars, the Aldermaston march and the twist.

B04Puttin' On The Style Part 220090313

John Peel continues the acclaimed series, looking at skiffle, trad jazz and more.

The acclaimed series continues with an exploration of the era of skiffle and trad jazz, beatniks, beehive hairdos, coffee bars, the Aldermaston march and the twist.

B05I'm Into Something Good Part 120090317

John Peel deals with the era of Merseybeat, mods and rockers and Swinging London.

B06I'm Into Something Good Part 220090318

John Peel continues to deal with Merseybeat, mods and rockers and Swinging London.

B07Hello, I Love You Part 120090319

John Peel covers flower power, student protests and the road to Kathmandu.

B08Hello, I Love You Part 220090320

John Peel rounds off his look at flower power, student protests and the road to Kathmandu

B09In A Broken Dream Part 120090324

The era of long hair, skinheads and tartan-trousered teenyboppers.

B10In A Broken Dream Part 220090325

The era of long hair, skinheads and tartan-trousered teenyboppers.

B11Pretty Vacant Part 120090326

The rise and fall of punk, the John Travolta disco boom and riots in the cities.

John Peel covers the rise and fall of punk, the John Travolta disco boom and riots in the cities.

B12Pretty Vacant Part 220090327

John Peel continues on the rise and fall of punk, the John Travolta disco boom and riots in the cities.

B13Best Years Of Our Lives Part 1 *20090331

John Peel deals with New Romantics, glue sniffers, casuals and psychobillies.

B14 LASTBest Years Of Our Lives Part 2 *20090401

John Peel ends the series with New Romantics, glue sniffers, casuals and psychobillies.