❉ One of the great missing masterpieces of British television, The Road is rising again at long last, in the form of a new BBC Radio 4 adaptation written by Toby Hadoke.
❉ Cock Sparrer might not be a household name, but this is a highly recommended purchase for anyone into British punk, especially the streetpunk/Oi subgenre!
❉ Whether channelling Keats, Joyce and Python with Peter Gabriel or blasting out stadium rock favourites with Phil Collins, Genesis had something for everyone. Here’s ten of the best.
❉ 12 hours of one of the greatest detective shows ever to grace our screens and Columbo’s raincoat, cigars and battered Peugeot have never looked better.
❉ The BBC’s 1989 adaptation of Philippa Pearce’s much-loved novel is set to arrive on UK DVD in time for Christmas.
❉ Hot on the heels of Unfurnished Rooms, Neil Arthur’s insightful lyrics explore the human condition in this modern day and age, writes Ange Chan.
❉ The Black Archive’s twenty-fourth release makes for a thorough and far-reaching thesis that cannot fail to impress.
❉ Second Sight’s standard edition Blu-ray of ‘The Amityville Horror’ is an essential package for fans of the films and for the horror completist.
❉ Jodie Whittaker continues to shine and banish further into the misogynistic past the suggestion that only a man can play the Doctor.
❉ Dubstar’s long-awaited fourth record, succinctly entitled ‘One’, is their finest album to date, writes Ange Chan.