News and updates below.
Paolo Hewitt’s talk.
James Wood’s talk.
Mods and Rockers Rebooted aired this evening on BBC 1 Southeast, narrated by Phil Daniels and featuring Here by the Sea and Sand speakers, Christine Feldman-Barrett, Keith Gildart, Simon Wells and Pam Thurschwell. Watch it here on Iplayer for the next 6 days: http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b04dzl8q/mods-and-rockers-rebooted
Quadrophenia people, you can listen to the Sussex Conference that took place on 11 July 2014 on Youtube. Unfortunately audience questions were not audible, so we had to cut them, and we still have a few sessions to sort out, but here are four sessions for your listening pleasure.
Session one: http://youtu.be/_dwOqQkxHEQ
Session two: http://youtu.be/2cbx6NT6JYk
Session three: http://youtu.be/JyqUWzlJlCs
Session four: http://youtu.be/SdiJnXFXCq0
Read the wonderful blog post about the conference from Professor Rachel Thomson of CIRCY, available here: http://circyatsussex.wordpress.com/2014/07/15/we-are-the-mods-time-travelling-with-quadrophenia/
Thanks to everyone including Franc Roddam, James Wood, Paolo Hewitt, Alan Fletcher, Simon Wells and a host of fantastic paper givers for a a great day. Like Irish Jack, I am a loss for words say how great the conference was, so I’ll let the Who do it for me.
The article is here. Sadly they did not use the original title “Ready to rumble, theoretically”.
Franc Roddam will speak after the showing of Quadrophenia at the Duke of York Cinema, tonight (Thursday 10th July) at 6:00 with the participation of Simon Wells (author of Quadrophenia: A Way of Life) and Alan Fletcher. If you don’t have tickets yet check with the Duke of York Cinema to see whether or not they’ve sold out!