Robert Ross explains how a single episode of 'Comedy Playhouse'
changed the course of situation comedy forever.
How the world's longest running science fiction programme began.
The very first episode from November 1963.
One of Doctor Who's lesser remembered first season
adventures gets a re-evaluation.
The Time Meddler is a seminal story in the Doctor Who canon
Classic Patrick Troughton story from 1968 featuring
possibly the best cliff-hanger of all time.
An evil priest, a gruesome gargoyle, a demon and a doctor
all turn up at Devil's End! “Chap with the wings there - five rounds rapid!”
The first two episodes of a genuine television classic from 1953.
Daniel Tessier gives his verdict on the second series of the
now legendary sci-fi show.
Daniel Tessier tells us why this was the best of the Quatermass stories.
Alex Drake finally discovers why she's been sent back to the Eighties,
how it all ties in with Sam Tyler, and exactly who is Gene Hunt.
The story of Britain's foremost drama series - Armchair Theatre
We open the file on unwilling British government assassin David Callan.
The world's longest running science fiction series - from concept to reality.
Book Review - The autobiography of master animator Oliver Postgate
William Dozier was conscious of the fact that a lot of adults followed the television adventures of Batman and saw this as an opportunity to create a TV superhero for them. What they got-was Bruce Lee.
Dick Emery's characters were some of the best remembered on British television. In creating these characters Emery utilised his natural flair for mimicry, picking up on the idiosyncrasies of people he'd met. His ear for dialogue and his observation of mannerisms combined to create characters that were funny, and yet believable and identifiable. We take a look at each and every one of them.
A look at the Doctor Who franchise since 2005
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