Stingray: As You've Never Seen it Before

December 23, 2021

By Chris Dale After many years of rumour and speculation, we’re delighted to confirm that Gerry and Sylvia Anderson’s classic Supermarionation series Stingray is finally coming to Blu-ray next year! […]

Christmas DVD's

December 21, 2021

By Film Historian Andrew Roberts MA PhD FRSA At this time of the year, it is the writer’s pleasant task to write about films and TV programmes of the past that […]

Morecambe and Wise: The ITV Years

December 3, 2021

By Aaron Brown (comedy historian and fan, and Editor of British Comedy Guide, promoting British comedy of all varieties to audiences across the globe) Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise are rightly celebrated […]

Top TV Pairings

November 12, 2021

By Steve O’Brien When it comes to top-tier, unmissable telly, it often takes two to make something go right. Whether it’s an iconic presenting couple (hello Richard and Judy), or […]

Your Guide to ITC Villains and Supporting Actors

November 5, 2021

By Film Historian Andrew Roberts MA PhD FRSA The story so far: the fiendish criminal mastermind Expositionos (George Pastell clad in a white dinner jacket and his best fez) is forcing […]

Fireball XL5: A Big Small Screen Adventure

October 22, 2021

By Tim Beddows, Managing Director, Network Distributing Ltd Long before the convenience of Blu-rays, DVDs, downloads or even video cassettes, the sixties equivalent of mod-con home entertainment was a format […]

Maigret: Literature's Enduring Detective

October 8, 2021

By Julia Hardwick Of all the detectives who have interrogated their way through literature, Georges Simenon’s Maigret is one of the most enduring, intriguing, seductive and yet ordinary. His ordinariness […]

Hammer Time: Remembering the Rank Organisation

October 1, 2021

By George Bass (Contributor New York Times | The Guardian | New Scientist) Forget your Fox orchestral searchlights, Paramount stars or Tri-Star flying horses coming into land: when a topless […]