❉ It feels like only yesterday that Obverse Books launched The Black Archive. How fitting that this particular story is celebrated in volume 20, a milestone for the range.
❉ The critically acclaimed Flowers unfurls for a second series, on Channel 4 this week.
❉ Greg Healey takes a look at how some children’s TV favourites from the fifties and sixties reflected the times they were made in.
❉ Ben Baker returns with another love letter to the programmes, presenters and spin-off shows that he’s fallen for down the years.
❉ BBC One commissions new drama Years and Years, which follows the lives of a single family over 15 years in a Britain rocked by unstable political, economic and technological advances.
❉ “There is huge scope in this series.” The gamble bringing back cult sci-fi drama Star Cops onto audio has paid off, writes Michael Seely.
❉ Gold has a cunning plan to celebrate Blackadder’s 35th birthday.
❉ The web-based sitcom is actively seeking backers for its new series!
❉ Iain MacLeod reviews a weekend of essential entertainment looking at the most revolutionary sitcom ever made.
❉ Marco Polo is the one story from the very first season of Doctor Who for which no footage exists at all, so how can we know what it was really like?