❉ An intelligent, stimulating and worthwhile read.
❉ One of the most essential books to come out on ‘Doctor Who’ this decade.
❉ A novel look at the thematic and stylistic parallels between The Prisoner and subsequent cult TV classics.
❉ PS Publishing’s essay collection pays tribute to the Quatermass creator and ‘father of British TV drama’.
❉ Young Adult lit is a booming industry where cult has found a nest in which to settle.
❉ A book with a difference for cult film afficionados.
❉ The life of one of British TV’s greatest directors.
❉ Paul Cornell plumbs the depths of magic and despair in Chalk, a brutal exploration of bullying in Thatcher’s England.
❉ A digital chronology of Doctor Who apocrypha – the spin-offs too weird to fit into the canon.
❉ As Twin Peaks returns, a new book delves into the original series’ classic soundtrack.