The 1960s was the decade that ushered in the modern era, so what do British TV shows of the time tell us about life back then? This third programme (of six) considers "The Shock of the New" - new channels, new tribes and nudists.
This fourth episode looks at how Brand Britain got cool in the 1990s and the whole world started buying into it. But how did TV reflect this? By showing cutting edge rap and a bloke flaunting his old chap.
The 1980s, a decade where anything and everything could be a death trap. The fifth programme looks at terrifying British television of the 1980s, which revealed a fear of strange guys, robots in disguise and destruction from the skies.
In depressed, austerity-hit 70s Britain, many viewers looked for vicarious thrills and escapism on their TV sets. The final programme in the series looks at dangerous sports, lethal tools and deadly performances which you just wouldn't see on the box nowadays.