1989: The Summer of... Rave (2006)
A look back at the summer of 1989, when Britain saw a new type of youth rebellion rip through the cultural landscape, as thousands of young people danced at illegal acid house parties in fields and aircraft hangars around the M25. It was a benign form of revolution, dubbed the Second Summer of Love, as Ecstasy broke down social barriers and football hooligans became 'loved up'. But tabloid headlines and cat-and-mouse games with the police turned the dream sour, as the gangster element moved in.