❉ Obverse Books announce the first indepth study of the late Victoria Wood’s popular BBC sitcom, ‘dinnerladies’.
❉ Here’s an assessment of the promotion of ‘Class’ to date, camouflaged as commute-friendly churnalism. Number 7 will make you burst!
❉ Fifty years ago today, the Cyberman appeared for the first time on TV screens. Here, we uncover the story of their creator.
❉ Fifty years ago today, SF series ‘Out of the Unknown’ returned with The Machine Stops – “one of the most cult things ever shown on mainstream TV.”
✻ Steve O’Brien looks back on ‘Adam Adamant Lives!’ – “the missing link between Sgt Pepper and Blow Up.”
❉ We revisit ‘Solo’, Carla Lane’s feminist sitcom starring Felicity Kendal.
❉ As Red Dwarf XI debutS on UKTV Play today, Ganymede & Titan’s Tanya Jones provides an introduction to Red Dwarf and its premier fansite…
❉ We Are Cult looks back on the work of the godfather of post-war British telefantasy, Nigel Kneale
❉ We Are Cult’s Editor in Chief, James Gent, offers a whirlwind overview of Alan Clarke’s work for the BBC, recently restored by BFI.