The early 1980s was an era of teenage tribes and social upheaval, as expressed through the subcultures of skinheads, mods and punks.

One young photographer at the time, Anita Corbin, created a catalogue of the girls who epitomised the rebellious spirit of the era and 35 years on she has been tracking them down for a new exhibition called ‘Visible Girls’ at Metro Imaging.

Listen to BBC’s Arts correspondent, David Sillito interviews some of the Visible Girls now.