High Definition 901 Comment

October 5, 2018 I’d only partially been involved with the creation of the DVD masters of Captain Scarlet – having cleaned-up a few episodes – so the chance to create new HD masters of […]   Read More

Joe 90 at 50

September 29, 2018 Fifty years on to the day from his television debut, Joe 90 makes his first appearance in the medium of blu-ray, with the quality of these newly-restored episodes coming as a revelation. […]   Read More

A Brief History of Thames2 Comments

July 30, 2018 On 30 July, Thames Television turns 50. It’s fair to say that the Thames brand is a true landmark in British television (appropriately enough, considering the number of London landmarks […]   Read More

Man In A…Hillman Imp???3 Comments

June 22, 2018 A brief investigation of McGill’s choice of motors… Think of any TV detective or action hero from the ’60s or ’70s and you’ll almost invariably think of their car. Where […]   Read More

Reassembling ‘The Zoo Gang’5 Comments

June 1, 2018 Only previously available on DVD (from old print transfers which suffer from poor definition and colour), ‘The Zoo Gang’ is the latest series to be updated in Network’s ‘ITC in […]   Read More

Remembering Mike Pratt

March 27, 2018 It was only six years after the final episode of Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) screened in 1970 that Mike Pratt succumbed to cancer at the outrageously young age of 45. […]   Read More

The Big Screen1 Comment

January 15, 2018 The 14 Shooting   First shown on Tuesday 20 February, 1973, as part of the BBC’s Tuesday’s Documentary strand, The Big Screen is a fascinating snapshot of the ailing British film industry at […]   Read More