❉ With Harry Enfield and Chums’ recent arrival on Netflix, this largely-forgotten gem is perfectly timed for those wishing to rediscover more of his output.
❉ The latest of Obverse Books’ Black Archive series thunders along with the same pace as the episode upon which it is based.
❉ Stephen Graham leafs through the 1962 Black and White Minstrel Show book.
❉ A novel look at the thematic and stylistic parallels between The Prisoner and subsequent cult TV classics.
❉ An appreciation of Sir Roger Moore’s cult classic.
❉ How Patrick McGoohan’s moral code left its indelible mark on his iconic creation.
❉ An overlooked, Nazi-punching gem, lost in 1991’s battle of the box office.
❉ We pay tribute to the script book, once an essential on the bookshelf of any comedy enthusiast.
❉ An extensive critique of Granada TV’s Jeremy Brett Sherlock Holmes series.
❉ Jeremy Brett’s interpretation of Sherlock Holmes is seen by many as the definitive portrayal of the great detective.