You'll Never Be Sixteen Again [6music]

Episodes

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01Ain't Misbehavin'2011100920120526

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.

02Puttin' On The Style2011101020120527
20120527 (6M)

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.

03I'm Into Something Good2011101120120528
20120528 (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.

04Hello, I Love You2011101220120529

John Peel introduces a series (first broadcast in 1985) telling the story of the British teenager through music, archive and reminiscence. The fourth programme 'Hello, I Love You' covers the era of flower power, student protest and the road to Katmandu.