Documentary series for anyone out there who has ever enjoyed a good rave. It looks back at the history of rave culture and dance music in the UK, exploring how it came to be almost thirty years ago. The three-part series is presented by DJs Norman Jay MBE, Goldie MBE, Paul Oakenfold and Dave Pearce as they reminisce on the social, cultural and political influences over the rave scene and how it went from being something so underground to erupting across the world. The series also features exclusive interviews from The Black Madonna, Irish DJ Annie Mac, James Lavelle, Sasha and Orbital, as well as the founder of Cream and the founder of the Ministry of Sound Justin Berkmann.

Goldie, who features in the documentary, said: "This series is huge – no one has ever explored dance music in such depth. Most of the key players from the scene are in this documentary, telling their stories from the rave movement and how it came to change music and youth culture over the last 30 odd years."