A Wolseley police car complete with a Winkworth bell
The motor scooter that proved to se such a vital clue in Three Monkeys.
The legendary 21's coffee bar, widely held to be the birthplace of British rock and roll. Tommy Steele, Cliff Richard and the Shadows, all got their initial break here.
Bert Weedon, 'the man who taught the world to play guitar' - well, Eric Clapton, Hank Marvin and Mark Knopfler etc. all learned from the master, by using this book.
Eric's first electric guitar - lucky boy. John Lennon would go on to play the same model.
The music being played on the wireless in 1958 was becoming an alien sound to Jack. His preference was for 'real' singers and musicians like Les Paul and Mary Ford, and then Lonnie Donegan came along and started the skiffle craze and the musical landscape changed forever.
The man himself - the king of skiffle, Lonnie Donegan. He started as a banjo player in the Chris Barber jazz band, but was given a spot in the show to play 'skiffle' music. Soon he had recorded 'Rock Island Line' and left Barber for a much more lucrative solo career, play his own style of music.
While their husbands and boyfriends were watching or participating in wrestling matches, their wives, sisters and girlfriends would amuse themselves by having 'Amami Nights' - curling their hair with a pungent smelling setting lotion.
There is a thin blue line that separate criminals from the police. The image shows the weapons each of them employ.
It's hard to believe that two singing pig puppets could captivate the imagination of a nation, but Pinky and Perky did just that. The anarchic little porkers even had their show on a Saturday evening pulled by the BBC for being too political when they had a program entitled 'You Too Can Be Prime Minister', during the 1966 general election
And finally, Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, Jack's beloved Spurs. To escape excesses of the crimes he's called upon to solve, Jack seeks rest and relaxation by the attending home matches whenever he can...which is far less than he would like.