‘1976 was a memorable year,’ says Pauline Black, lead singer of ska group The Selecter, at the start of her exploration of pop music and its rival tribes (including mods, punks and New Romantics) from 1976 to 1985.

Black looks at everything from stadium-fillers to novelty acts, and scrutinises the punk band that changed it all, the Sex Pistols. This absorbing film also features archive footage and meets mega-fans of The Smiths and Duran Duran. A charming slice of nostalgia.