A precursor to the type of youth targeted programming that Janet Street-
The show followed on from The London Weekend Show which ran from 1975 to 1978 and
This new version was produced by the newly created London Minorities Unit of London Weekend Television which would also go on to produce Britain's first gay current affairs show, Gay Life.
According to the Daily Mirror the show was ‘specially made in black and white, about
and for young people in London.' The black and white shows would stop after a few
20th Century Box saw NME journalist Danny Baker report on various music scenes flourishing
The show would be remembered most for coverage of a gig at the Scala cinema, introduced by Robert Elms as "the dance of perfection, the Spandau Ballet."
The final show saw the filming of a video for another New Romantic legend, Steve Strange's Visage.