❉ Griffiths makes a convincing case that this long, dark weekend of the soul is a crucial point in Adams’s career, writes Jon Arnold.
❉ Paul Abbott revisits the gentleman detective, best known for Peter Davison’s TV portrayal.
❉ Our latest comic book roundup! This time: Fractured Worlds, Nasty Girls and Gold Rushes.
❉ The likely lad and one half of writing duo Clement & La Frenais, looks back on bringing Roddy Doyle’s book to screen.
❉ Brian ‘Limmy’ Limond’s memoir is an extraordinary, raw read, writes Andy Murray.
❉ This is the book that bares all about one man’s colourful life of sex and drugs and men and movies in London from the swinging 60s to current day.
❉ Fred McNamara’s indie comic book roundup returns with his pick of titles for look out for in 2019.
❉ An unofficial charity anthology featuring stories about one of the most beloved Doctor Who companions of all time!
❉ Bowie’s veteran sideman takes centre-stage in this readable, eclectic biography, thoroughly revised and updated for 2018.
❉ O’Connell writes with wit and repartee on the influence of “George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, a shark, two motherships, some gremlins, ghostbusters and a man of steel”.