TV Party www.tvparty.com
An American site that is sooooo slick . . . We can spend hours here, looking at categories such as ‘Super Sixties’, ‘Hit Shows of the 70s’ and ‘Where are they now?’
Feeling Retro www.feelingretro.com
A beautifully presented site featuring retro toys, Saturday morning television, food & drink, novelties and much more.
Stuck In The 70s stuckinthe70s.com
This is a G-R-O-O-V-Y look at life in the 1970s in the USA – including excerpts from Julie’s diary at the time (which we highly recommend). Pull up a bean bag at Julie’s place and stick around.
Sterling Times sterlingtimes.co.uk
A super-abundance of English radio and television nostalgia. There is so much at this site we can’t even begin to describe it. Suffice it to say that if your nostalgia requirements are of a British persuasion, if this site doesn’t satisfy you then nothing will!
Marmalade Skies marmalade-skies.co.uk
Return to a time when bands had names like “Felius Andromeda”, “Blossom Toes” and “Opal Butterfly”. This site really does re-define the terms “completist” and “labour of love”. If British (and Empire) psychedelia of the late 60’s and early 70’s is your cup of tea, you really cannot go past this site.
Sounds of the 60s bbc.co.uk
Each week Brian Matthew plays the very best of music from the 60s, including the hits, the ‘B’ sides, EP and LP tracks, and the totally obscure. Saturdays 0800 – 1000 Radio 2 (UK)
Internet Movie Database imdb.com
The largest and most award-winning online database of films on the planet! What more can we tell you?
British Film Institute bfi.org.uk
Since 1933 the BFI has been collecting information about film and television from around the world, with records dating from the beginning of film production to the present day. They have made this data available online via their extensive Film & TV database. An invaluable research resource.
Lost Shows www.lostshows.com
A search engine and giant database of more than 175,000 different episodes of British television shows – almost 40,000 of which are not thought to exist in the ‘official’ archives.
TV Cream www.tvcream.co.uk
This site really is the Dogs Bollocks! Very English but if that’s your favourite kinda TV, you can’t go past ver Cream!
Pop History Now www.pophistorynow.com
Specialises in bringing you a different week in pop history from the 1940s to the 1990s each and every weekday.
Patio Culture www.patioculture.net
American suburban living in the 1960s – A very interesting site – Great graphics and an article on Kid Insect Cruelty.
Rock’s Back Pages www.rocksbackpages.com
Explore rock music history with the ultimate library of rock journalism. Thousands of rock interviews and features from the world’s best music publications.