|The Story of the New Romantics|
|Directed by||Sharon Walker|
|Produced by||Sharon Walker|
|Executive Producer||Len Brown|
|Original broadcast date||8 May 2001|
|featuring Nick Rhodes|
The Story of the New Romantics (also known as A Fine Romance: The Story of the New Romantics) is a 50 minute documentary programme featuring Nick Rhodes, produced by BBC Manchester and first aired on 8 May 2001 in the UK.
About the documentaryEdit
The documentary is the story of the New Romantic youth fashion and music movement in the UK, that began in the late 1970s. Originally associated with bands such as Visage, Culture Club, Adam and the Ants, Ultravox, Duran Duran. Japan and Spandau Ballet.
Narrated by Magenta de Vine the programme features an interview with Nick Rhodes and clips of Duran Duran, including footage from the "Planet Earth" music video and a photograph of the band outside the Rum Runner nightclub in Birmingham. There are also interviews with Boy George, Spandau Ballet, Steve Strange, Marilyn, Adam Ant, Princess Julia and Philip Sallon.
- Narrated by Magenta de Vine
- Produced and Directed by Sharon Walker
- Executive Producer - Len Brown
- Assistant Producer - Andrew Morgan
- Production Manager - Sue Fletcher
- Production Assistant - Angela Williams
- Production Runner - Jane Maughom
- On Line Editor - Dan Yeomans
- Off Line Editor - John Smith
- Dubbing Mixer - Tony Greenwood
- Sound - Stuart Hall, Dan Harrison, Richard Miller, Cormac Tohill
- Camera - Peter Coley, Conor Connally
- Rostrum - Glin Hancock, Roger Robinson
- With Thanks To - LWT, Lyndall Hobbs, Derek Ridgers, Graham Smith, Iain McKell, Debbie Voller, Victoria Coker, The Way Club