The Eighty Eight Podcast Hosted by Wayne Anthony

The Eighty Eight Podcast | #11 | Declassified Acid House Files pt1

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Government Confidential Files Released Nearly Thirty Years After Acid House --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Wayne Anthony deep dives the declassified Acid House files released by the National Archives in 2016. Contrary to popular belief the Tory government headed by Margaret Thatcher appear more concerned with noise pollution than health and safety. Confidential memos even state that ‘drugs are not the main issue’ MP Carolyn Sinclair. This may come as a surprise to most considering all the bad press until this point. The government were also considering making ‘noise’ a criminal offence with heavy penalties for the prosecuted. The declassified files outline various methods of dealing with Acid House ‘organisers’ , venue owners and anyone remotely connected to Acid House parties. Host: Wayne Anthony (Genesis’88 / Class of 88 Author) Watch Video: https://youtu.be/Rk6AhBhF6xg In This Episode *   Acid House in the Press *   Government Wants to Make Noise a Criminal Offence *   Biology Jarvis Loves His Champagne *   The Gerald Coke Letter to Prime Minister - August 1989 *   Increased Penalties for Promoters & Land Owners *   Flurry of Communications After Gerald Coke Letter *   MP Carolyn Sinclair Memo 1989 *   Government More Concerned with Noise Than Drugs *   Police Wish They Were Called ‘Pay Parties’ *   Government Surprised by Lack of Alcohol at Events *   First National Police Computer Network 1989 *   Ravers Encouraged to Snitch After Being Illegal Stopped *   The Phrase Pay Parties Becomes Common *   Using Common Law Against Party Promoters *   Bring Acid House inline With Pop Concerts *   Controlling Different Genres of Music Through Licencing *   The Licencing Application Process *   Private Members Bill & Criminal Justice Act *   Inspectors with Decibel Meters Patrolling Birthday Parties *   Association of District Councils Document 1989 *   Information Concerning Acid House Parties Document 1989 Supporting the Podcast We have only recently launched the video and audio podcast, which means we really need the support of our viewers and listeners. The team will provide high quality interviews at every endeavour. Once published we kindly ask YOU to help share the message. This is accomplished in the following ways. Tell everyone that will listen about the podcast. LIKE the posts wherever you see them. Leave a REVIEW and COMMENT, let us know how we’re doing. It’s important that you SUBSCRIBE to our Youtube Channel. SIGN UP for our newsletter, we don’t spam. FOLLOW us on Social Media and SHARE, COMMENT. If you own a website feel free to EMBED our videos. We need YOUR help to grow, do it now before you forget. THANK YOU Our Network Website: http://theeightyeightpodcast.com/ ( http://theeightyeightpodcast.com/ ) Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheEightyEightPodcast ( https://www.youtube.com/c/TheEightyEightPodcast ) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the88podcast/ ( https://www.instagram.com/the88podcast/ ) Twitter: https://twitter.com/The88Podcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Theeightyeightpodcast/ Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-eighty-eight-podcast-introduction-00/donations

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Exploring the evolution of music, social culture and technology in the United Kingdom. The Eighty Eight Podcast will share the many stories of people involved in the evolution and production of Music, Fashion, Art, Technology and Life. The first deep dive into the social evolution of music and culture is focused on the Second Summer of Love circa 1988.