The Pink Panther Record Shop was the place to buy your records from in Carlisle. Over its time it had a few locations in the city centre. Here it is in Globe Lane, sometime before demolition and the building of The Lanes shopping centre.
From Globe Lane, the shop moved to Rosemary Lane. It was during its time here that Keith Jefferson took over the reins of the record shop.
When Keith was buying the Pink Panther, the then owners tried to talk him out of it! The final location of the Pink Panther was in Chapel Street.
Keith ran the shop very successfully for many years. Before that he worked for British Gas.
Keith says it was a privilege and still misses the staff and customers. People used to come in in their lunch hour and meet up, it was like a club, and always busy at the weekend.
But in the end competition from supermarkets, the internet and computer games took people's attention away from records. Over the past four years, 540 indie shops have closed. And of those that survive many do a lot of their business on the internet.
Before taking on the Pink Panther, Keith used to run Keef's Hotrod Disco.
You can find out more on the Pink Panther and the demise of the record shop on Inside Out, on BBC 1 in the North East and Cumbria at 1930 GMT, Monday, 1 February 2010.
If you miss the programme, or it's outside of your TV area you'll be able to see it on BBC iPlayer shortly after first broadcast.
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