❉ A fondly-remembered serial from an era of thought-provoking and intelligent children’s drama.
❉ The legendary drama makes its Blu-Ray debut, including the director-approved widescreen edition.
❉ Despite its languid pacing (even for 1989), many elements of this BBC fantasy drama stand up beautifully.
❉ We revisit the ‘reimaging’ of Terry Nation’s post-apocalypse drama, which first aired 10 years today.
❉ Peter Medak’s ghost story arrives on a nicely presented Blu-ray with a generous amount of extras. Does it still hold up over three decades later?
❉ What is it about The Invasion that makes it a quintessential Doctor Who? Derrick Sherwin’s influence on the series cannot be underestimated, writes Michael Seely.
❉ Rook Films announce Q&A UK tour for Ben Wheatley’s new film ahead of its Christmas release on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer.
❉ The Black Archive’s twenty-fourth release makes for a thorough and far-reaching thesis that cannot fail to impress.
❉ An appreciation of the six segments that make up Doctor Who’s first season ‘arc’, broadcast Autumn 1978.
❉ London’s Rude Audio present ‘To The Half Moon’ single off coming ‘Rude Redux’ EP.