SEVEN RAGGED MEN | Credits
The story of Madness... in their own words
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Credits

Where it all came from

The content for Seven Ragged Men has been collected from far and wide down the years. Click on a box to see a list of sources. Thanks to everyone who’s contributed.

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TV & VIDEO

BBC 4

BBC News

The Big Breakfast

Calendar

Countdown (Australian TV)

A Day in the Life of Madness

Des and Mel

Disappearing London

Dr Fox’s Video Jukebox

Good Morning With Anne & Nick

I Love 1979

The Ian Wright TV Show

ITVUpclose

The Jonathan Ross Show

Kazados TV

Later…With Jools Holland

MTV

The One Show

Oxford Road Show

Pop Shots

RTE TEN

Sky News

Smash!

Soccer AM

Something For The Weekend

South of Watford

Spiritland

This Is Your Life

This Morning

Top of the Pops: The True Story

Top of the Pops: The Story of 1979

Top of the Pops: The Story of 1980

Top of the Pops: The Story of 1981

TV:AM

VH-1

Video Jukebox

The Wright Stuff

Young Guns

newspapers
NEWSPAPERS

Barking & Dagenham Recorder

Camden Chronicle

Evening Standard

Daily Express

Daily Mail

Daily Record

Daily Star

Ilkley Gazette

The Independent

Islington Tribune

Manchester Evening News

Metro

The Mirror

News of the World

Northampton Chronicle

The Observer

Orange County Register

The People

The Philadelphia Paper

Southern Daily Echo

South Wales Echo

Sydney Morning Herald

The Mail on Sunday

The Sun

The Sunday Mirror

The Sunday Times

The Surrey Advertiser

The Telegraph

The Times

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MAGAZINES

17

The Big Issue

The Clash

Deadline

The Face

FHM

Guitar and Scootering

The History of Rock

Just The Job

Later

Look-In

Melody Maker

Mojo

No1

NME

The Nutty Boys Comic

NY Rocker

Popfoto

Q

Record Collector

Record Mirror

Sounds

Smash Hits

Stack

Star Hits

Time Out

Top Ten

Trouser Press

Uncut

Vox

Word

individuals
INDIVIDUALS

Lee ‘Looby’ Buckley

Vincent Carden

Anthony Carroll

Chris Carter-Pegg

Mark ‘Chigs’ Charlesworth

Andy Davarias

Gordy Davidson

Darren ‘Dicka’ Dixon

Rob Hazelby

Andrew Langmead

Paul Muscat

Paul Rodgers

Andrew Shoults

Lee ‘Swanny’ Swandale

Jermaine, Tour Madness

Rob ‘Sweaty Bob’ Wardlaw

Stu Wright

Graham Yates

Jonathan Young

book-signing
BOOKS

The Stiff Records Story, Richard Balls

Black By Design, by Pauline Black

Dance Craze, by Garry Bushell

The 2-Tone Trail, by Pete Chambers

Sent From Coventry: The Chequered Past of Two-Tone, by Richard Eddington

One Step Beyond (33 1/3), by Terry Edwards

Manufacturing The ’80s Pop Dream, by Dave Hill

The 2-Tone Story, by George Marshall

Total Madness, by George Marshall

Stiff: The Story Of A Record Label, by Bert Muirhead

Ska’d For Life, by Horace Panter

House of Fun: The Story of Madness, by John Reed

Original Rude Boy, by Neville Staple

Disappearing London, by Suggs

That Close, by Suggs

Wheels Out Of Gear, by Dave Thompson

Dexys Midnight Runners, Richard White

You’re Wondering Now, by Paul Williams

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FANZINES

Madness Unsugged (Vince Carden)

Nut Inc (Stu Wright)

Mad Not Mad (Ian Taylor)

The Madzine (Terry Hawton)

radio
AUDIO

Absolute Radio

BBC London

BBC Radio 1

BBC Radio 5 Live

BBC Radio 6 Music

Capital Radio

Concert Live

The Dermot O’Leary Show

en5radio.com

Frome FM

Human Research

The Janice Long Show

Magic Radio

MeridianFM

radioreverb.com

RTL2

The Steve Wright Show

Talk Radio

XFM

annuals
ANNUALS

Look-In

The Two-Tone Book For Rude Boys, Omnibus Press

A Brief Case History of Madness, Proteus Publishing