❉ “This is a book from academia that whilst high on political theory is written in a thoroughly accessible manner”, writes Paul Driscoll.
❉ A truly entertaining conclusion to Titan’s multi-Doctor crossover event, with amazing visuals.
❉ 45 years on, Carnival of Monsters is still top of the pops! Ian Potter tells us why.
❉ This is yet another triumph for Miwk and a must read if you have any interest in TV history.
❉ James Goss steps up to the plate once again. Is it an ‘owzat’ or rain stopped play?
❉ The story of music that couldn’t have been made anywhere else but Manchester.
❉ This excellent collection of essays will provide the backbone for your holiday viewing in eleven months’ time.
❉ Fifteen volumes in, and the quality of the Black Archive series shows no signs of flagging.
❉ The Ghosts of Christmas Television Past.
❉ The latest in the Black Archive series looks at perhaps the most turbulent time in the history of Doctor Who.