Television viewing habits have changed an enormous amount since the end of 2009. Now, we’re as likely to watch programmes on catch-up services, or eschew broadcast television altogether. And with that in mind, it’s easy to overlook that at the end of 2009, and the start of 2010, there was a point when half of … >
With Red Dwarf back on our screens recently for its twelfth series, I’m rewatching it all from the beginning. This week it’s time to be “better dead than smeg” in Red Dwarf VI.
To celebrate the syndication of the beloved BBC show on SyFy, here’s a look at what some of the programme’s stars have been up to since the magic ended in 2012. Colin Morgan Playing our Protagonist, Merlin, for four years Morgan has since ditched the hair but not his flare for period pieces; with supporting … >
To prepare for its twelfth series landing on Dave this month, I’m rewatching all of Red Dwarf from the beginning. This week it’s time to take some luck virus and avoid making Mr Flibble cross in Red Dwarf V.
Before its twelfth series lands on Dave in October, I’m rewatching all of Red Dwarf from the beginning. This week it’s time to tackle rebellious androids, virtual reality and false memories in Red Dwarf II. I mentioned in my look at the maiden run that the first series of Red Dwarf has a pervading sense … >
My love of Red Dwarf was at its peak around ten years ago. I bought each series on DVD and watched them over and over again, before eventually getting a bit fatigued and moving on to something else. In the time that has passed since then, I’ve hardly revisited the ‘small rouge one’ at … >
Arguably the high watermark of spoof/satire television in the UK, The Day Today is unquestionably an important slice of British comedy history. Spawning from the similarly genius radio show On The Hour, The Day Today brought together several now well-known comedic actors and writers – Steve Coogan, Rebecca Front, Patrick Marber, David Schneider, Peter Baynham, … >
A 70s collaboration between Marvel and Japanese studio Toei was central to creating the Power Rangers concept. Here’s how…
One of the British sci-fi/fantasy success stories of the 2010s, Being Human ran on BBC Three for five seasons between 2009 and 2013, gaining a large and devoted fanbase in the process. Its cast ranged from the already well-established (Mark Williams, Julian Barratt) to up-and-comers who went on to even greater things – like Aidan … >