1968 - Notes From The Underground

Rosie Boycott, who began her career in journalism at Frendz, considers the origins, impact and legacy of the underground press in Britain.

The magazines constituted a vital mouthpiece of the country's counter-culture and by 1968 record numbers of readers looked to the pages of International Times and Oz for updates on the revolution.

Contributors include Jim Haynes, John Hopkins, Barry Miles, Marsha Rowe, Mick Farren, Jonathon Green and Felix Dennis.

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Rosie Boycott, who began her career in journalism at Frendz, considers the origins, impact and legacy of the underground press in Britain.

The magazines constituted a vital mouthpiece of the country's counter-culture and by 1968 record numbers of readers looked to the pages of International Times and Oz for updates on the revolution.

Contributors include Jim Haynes, John Hopkins, Barry Miles, Marsha Rowe, Mick Farren, Jonathon Green and Felix Dennis.Journalist Rosie Boycott looks at the impact and legacy of the underground press - including 'International Times' and 'Oz'.

Journalist Rosie Boycott looks at the impact and legacy of the underground press.