Noele Gordon: Feminist Icon

January 27, 2023

By Claudia Andrei (Contributor for Film-News.com and UK-correspondent for German-based film magazines Moviestar and TV-Highlights) diploma in ‘Film History’ at Trinity College, Dublin, looked after the background info for German horror classics […]

Beating the January Blues

January 6, 2023

By George Bass (Contributor New York Times | The Guardian | New Scientist) The first month of the year is apparently peak time for Seasonal Affective Disorder, AKA ‘Winter Blues’. January sales can take […]

Review of 2022

December 9, 2022

By Film Historian Andrew Roberts MA PhD FRSA Perhaps the news that enthused me the most this year, was that Network would be releasing Crossroads: The Noele Gordon Collection early in […]

Tim Beddows 1963-2022

November 25, 2022

It is with great sadness that we share with you the devastating news that on Friday 18 November, our beloved founder Tim, Mr Network, passed away.   Tim’s passing was a […]

The Saint Volvo: 60th Anniversary Tribute

October 4, 2022

By Film Historian Andrew Roberts MA PhD FRSA It is 8 pm Thursday the 4th of October 1962, and scheduled between Legends of the West and the news, is ITC’s adaptation […]

Multilingual Movies and TV

September 30, 2022

By George Bass (Contributor New York Times | The Guardian | New Scientist) September 30th is International Translation Day, a practice many of us take for granted in our era of imported box […]

Men of Character: Robert Gillespie

September 16, 2022

By Film Historian Andrew Roberts MA PhD FRSA During the 1970s, the discerning television viewer would relish guest appearances from Robert Gillespie. In the Long Shot episode of The Professionals, he […]