❉ After Aladdin – Love, adventure and a button-nosed tortoise… We celebrate a timeless Winter warmer.
❉ This anarchic show pushed the barriers of television as far as they could go – in the best possible taste.
❉ We review the ‘Devices’ trilogy, a unique urban fantasy political thriller by City of the Saved creator, Philip Purser-Hallard.
❉ We chat with George Mann about books, comics, films, Susan Cooper, Kate Bush, writing, and new book ‘The Whoniverse’.
❉ We chat with Jason Arnopp, whose novel ‘The Last Days of Jack Sparks’ was hailed by Alan Moore as a “magnificent millennial nightmare”.
❉ Obverse Books’ range of Doctor Who monographs ramps up its schedule.
❉ A new Doctor Who anthology is raising money to help a prominent mental health charity.
❉ The centenary of Margaret Lockwood, one of Britain’s most successful film stars, is marked with an in-depth biography.
❉ Obverse Books’ Black Archive series puts another Doctor Who serial under the microscope: This time, 1982’s ‘Black Orchid’.
❉ Obverse Books announce the first indepth study of the late Victoria Wood’s popular BBC sitcom, ‘dinnerladies’.