Pink Floyd: Deep Dive

Tonight, we're adding five documentaries covering albums from the the first 6 years of Pink Floyd's discography. Starting with the the band's debut, a prime example of English psychedelia, moving onto Meddle, the band's first great post-Syd Barrett era record and finally to Dark Side of the Moon, which features interviews with George Hardie, the designer responsible for the classic refracting prism artwork.

Pink Floyd: The Piper at the Gates of Dawn

This film examines Pink Floyd’s debut album, which epitomized the year 1967 and is considered to be a prime example of English psychedelia.

Pink Floyd: A Saucerful of Secrets

We explore the music and making of Pink Floyd's second album through archival and original interviews with the band members and fellow artists.

Pink Floyd: Ummagumma

This album review features live performances by Pink Floyd and interviews with the band plus the views of critics, musicians and musicologists alike.

Pink Floyd: Meddle

Originally released in 1971, Meddle was the first great album of the post-Syd Barrett era, listen to a critical review of journalists and musicians on this breakthrough album.

Pink Floyd: Dark Side of The Moon

This film brings you the first-hand recollections of the band members selected from film and radio archives worldwide alongside classic performance footage. Also features interviews with Clare Torry, the vocalist behind the magnificent vocals on the majestic track The Great Gig In The Sky, and George Hardie, Pink Floyd contemporary and the designer responsible for t...Read More