❉ Silence will rise – again! The latest UNIT boxed set delivers “an effective investigative thriller” in four parts.
❉ Tom Baker and co. are joined by Diane Morgan (TV’s Philomena Cunk) for more fantastical, kooky, absurd and macabre misadventures.
❉ Speed, Madness, Flying Saucers and a Drunken Beauty in a Drained Swimming Pool. ‘Ciao! Manhattan’ still stands up. Or perhaps more accurately, it leans, stumbles, shakes and lurches as if drunk.
❉ ‘UFO’ is quite, quite, mad isn’t it? One minute it’s purple wigs and spangly outfits, next it’s adultery and drug abuse.
❉ Camille’s residency at Wiltons Music Hall in London’s East End is “a rollercoaster of emotion”, writes poet Ange Chan.
❉ We conclude our odyssey of oddities through Philippe Garrel’s allegorical mindfuck of sand, fire and ice…
❉ Scraping beneath the surface of the career-spanning anthology of Sheffield’s finest.
❉ The fifth volume of the Wife in Space travels through the second half of the Tom Baker years.
❉ It’s almost exactly forty years since the Pistols shocked Bill Grundy, and Clinton Heylin has charted punk’s year zero.
❉ Teenage revolution or star-studded sham? Cherry Red’s comprehensive round-up of teen glam band Hello’s complete works reviewed.