1: Make Your Own Hawkwind T-Shirt - Images and Instructions

2: T-Shirt, Part 2

3: T-Shirt, Part 3

4: T-Shirt, Part 4

5: T-Shirt, Part 5

6: T-Shirt, Part 6 / Temporary Tattoos

7: T-Shirt, Part 7

8. Hawkwind T-Shirts : Using Premium Paper

9: Hawkwind Winamp Skins

10: Hawkwind ScreenSavers

11: Hawkwind Wallpaper

12: Hawkwind Wallpaper - Part 2

13a: Hawkwind Wallpaper - Part 3

13b: Hawkwind Wallpaper - Part 4

14: 1997 Tour Trailer Videoclip
Requires RealPlayer (download for free here ) or Real Alternative (see bottom of page)  Thanks to Alfred Koessl for this!

15: HawkToy - follow these instructions to download:
Free Hawkwind Downloads
Chats & Interviews <|> Gig/Tour/Festival Reviews <|> CD/DVD/Book Reviews <|> Photo Galleries
Free Hawkwind Downloads <|> Resources <|> Other Features
News <|> Links <|> Search <|> Site Map <|> Home
a.  Right-click on the HawkToy link above and select Save Target
 As...

b.  Save the hawktoy.zip file to a particular directory on your PC, and
 *remember* what directory (folder) this is!

c.  Navigate to the saved file and double-click on it to invoke WinZip
 (available free from
Tucows)

d.  Click on the "I Agr
ee" button when WinZip starts

e.  Once WinZip opens and displays the contents of the zip file, hold
 down the Ctrl key and press A to select all files; then hold down
 the Shift key and press E to extract them.  Confirm where you
 want these files to be saved to (- best to use the folder you selected
 in step b).

f.  Navigate to the selected folder, double-click on
 MouseTrackerToy.exe to start it up.  Experiment with the settings
 until you are satisfied with the results
16: Top Ten of Progresssive Rock - video from UK TV Channel 4 broadcast
on 10/3/2001, in Windows Media Player (*.asf) format.  Size = 3.6Mb, Duration = 4:55,
Quality = Good

17: When Rock Ruled The World - video from 2002 UK TV broadcast, in
Windows Media Player (*.asf) format.  Size = 1.93Mb, Duration = 2:37, Quality = Good
Are numbers 16 and/or 17 giving you Audio Codec 75 problems?

a.  Right-click here and select Save Target As...

b.  Save the file (voxacm.cab) to a particular directory on your PC,
 and *remember* what directory (folder) this is!

c.  Navigate to the saved file and double-click on it to invoke WinZip
 (available free from
Tucows)

d.  Click on the "I Agr
ee" button when WinZip starts

e.  Once WinZip opens and displays the contents of the zip file, hold
 down the Ctrl key and press A to select all files; then hold down
 the Shift key and press E to extract them.  Confirm where you
 want these files to be saved to (- best to use the folder you chose
 in step b).

f.  Navigate to the selected folder, right-click on voxacm.inf and
 select Install.  Everything should work fine now
18: Master of the Brainverse - video from a 1982 rehearsal, with Nik Turner
present, in Windows Media Player (*.wmv) format.  Size = 8.28Mb, Duration = 5:08,
Quality = Good

19: World Of Tiers - a 1980 video promo, in Windows Media Player (*.wmv)
format.  Size = 5.73Mb, Duration = 3:31, Quality = Very Good

20: Hawkwind On Acid - no, not like that!  This is an audio excerpt (in MP3
format) from a BBC Radio 4 programme on the subject of LSD, which was broadcast on
January 1st 2005 and kindly supplied by Rob Dreamworker (cheers!)  It features Alan
Davey and then Dave Brock and Richard Chadwick talking to an interviewer, with some
of the 1990 track "Images" playing in the background.  Size = 3.54Mb, Duration = 3:51,
Quality = Very Good

21: The Wright Stuff 30/07/04 - from Matthew Wright's TV show, this clip in
Windows Media Player (*.asf) format includes a brief excerpt from the promotional video
for the forthcoming 'Spirit Of The Age' single.  Size = 1Mb, Duration = 1:22, Quality =
Very Good
22: The Hawkwind Log - in PDF format.  Yes, it's a scan (at the lowest feasible
resolution) of the barmy publication that accompanied the In Search Of Space album way
back in 1971.  Be warned, the size of this download is 4.8Mb.  You will need the Adobe
Acrobat reader, which is obtainable free from
adobe.com.
23: Backstage @ Swedenrock 2004 - a brief video interview with Dave, Alan
and Richard in RealPlayer format
(**see bottom of page).  Size = 1.97Mb, Duration =
1:10, Quality = Very Good
24: Wind Of Change - video from the 25/1/1990 performance later broadcast on
ITV's "Bedrock", in RealPlayer format
(**see bottom of page).  Size = 5.8Mb, Duration =
3:29, Quality = Good
25: Bridgwater Radio Interview 28/08/2005 - audio clip featuring a telephone
interview with Dave Brock - many thanks to Mark Painter of BCR fm for providing this
MP3.    Size = 6.4Mb, Duration = 6:59, Quality = Very Good
26: Matthew Wright Introduces Hawkwind - video from the 1/9/2005 'Spirit
Of The Age' CD single launch party, in RealPlayer format
(**see bottom of page).  Size =
659Kb, Duration = 0:21, Quality = Good.  Shot & supplied by Tony - many thanks!
27: Dave Brock on Prog Rock - audio from the 1/4/2006 BBC Radio 4 broadcast
entitled "My Wizard" (oh dear...)   The Captain prognosticates on prog: thanks to Rob
Dreamworker for this MP3!  Size = 1.72 Mb, Duration = 1:52, Quality = Very Good.
28: QS&C Promo Chat, Part 1 and QS&C Promo Chat, Part 2 - audio
clips consisting of dialogue from Bob Calvert and Dave Brock in the year 1977, recorded
to promote the Quark Strangeness & Charm album.  The quality of these MP3's is not
great but the content is very interesting.  For Part 1, Size = 2.78 Mb, Duration = 3:02,
Quality = Fair.  For Part 2, Size = 3.12 Mb, Duration = 3:24, Quality = Fair.
** I encode video clips in RealPlayer format because it results in smaller files, which means easier
downloads for you.  But as many people hate RealPlayer for its' bloated size, self-advertising and
intrusive installation, here's a link to the free download of
Real Alternative (thanks to JJ) which will
play the clips just as well, without the aformentioned problems
29: Hawkfest 2007 Mobile Phone video clips.  There are 10 of these, on a
separate page as they are lower quality than the stuff here.
30: Hawkwalk 29/08/09.  This is an 8Mb PDF file.  What's it about?  It would take
too long to explain...
31: Simon King speaks, 12/07/1980.  This is an 171Kb MP3.  Duration = 0:42,
Quality = Mediocre.  Sounds like he's being interviewd by Tommy Vance...with a brief
incursion from Mr. David Brock.