Timeshift (2002– )

Bouffants, Beehives and Bobs: The Hairdos That Made Britain 

It is said that the average woman gets through around 30 hairstyles in a lifetime, with some changing their look every 15 months. Timeshift takes a loving and sometimes horrified look back at the iconic hairdos from the past.

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Rebecca Whyte

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Wayne Hemingway Wayne Hemingway ... Self - Narrator (voice)
Rose Cannan Rose Cannan ... Self - Hairdresser, Avansky Salon, 1939-1967
Peter Collinge Peter Collinge ... Self - Hairdresser, 1942-1992
Caroline Cox Caroline Cox ... Self - Fashion Historian, Central Saint Martins
Sonia Povey Sonia Povey ... Self - Customer
Geraldine Biddle-Perry Geraldine Biddle-Perry ... Self - Cultural Historian
Marlene Perry Marlene Perry ... Self - Customer
Mark Hayes Mark Hayes ... Self - International Creative Director, Vidal Sassoon
Emma Gisby Emma Gisby ... Self - Vintage Hair Stylist
Reeree Rockette Reeree Rockette ... Self - Vintage Salon Owner
Tom Boden Tom Boden ... Self - Barber
Daniel Hersheson Daniel Hersheson ... Self - Hairdresser
Leslie Russell Leslie Russell ... Self - Hairdresser, 'Smile' Salon
Keith Wainwright Keith Wainwright ... Self - Hairdresser, 'Smile' Salon
Wizz Jones Wizz Jones ... Self
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It is said that the average woman gets through around 30 hairstyles in a lifetime, with some changing their look every 15 months. Timeshift takes a loving and sometimes horrified look back at the iconic hairdos from the past.

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13 November 2013 (UK) See more »

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