The Atomic Cafe is a 1982 American documentary film produced and directed by Jayne Loader, Kevin Rafferty and Pierce Rafferty. The film covers the beginnings of the era of nuclear warfare, created from a broad range of archival material from the 1940s, 1950s and early 1960s including newsreel clips, television news footage, U.S. government-produced films (including military training films), advertisements, television and radio programs. News footage reflected the prevailing understanding of the media and public.
Links to Peel
On his 23 November 1982 show, Peel mentioned visiting the House Of Parliament, which is part of the House Of Commons, to see the film The Atomic Cafe, a documentary about nuclear warfare, which he thought was a great film and recommended to watch. Peel also played music from the soundtrack of the film on his shows.
(LP - Atomic Cafe: A Soundtrack Album) Rounder
- 23 November 1982: Lowell Blanchard And The Valley Trio: Jesus Hits Like An Atomic Bomb
- 25 November 1982: Jackie Doll And His Pickled Peppers: When They Drop The Atomic Bomb
- 02 December 1982: Billy Hughes And His Rhythm Buckeroos: Atomic Sermon
- 07 December 1982: Five Stars: Atom Bomb Baby
- 25 January 1984: Little Caesar: Atomic Love
- 17 January 1989: Karl And Harty: When The Atom Fell