❉ We review the latest in Obverse Books’ Black Archive series, putting individual Doctor Who stories under the microscope.
❉ A revolutionary piece of television written by and for comedy obsessives first appeared on TV thirty years ago this month.
❉ We’re asking, they’re answering: This week, Jason Hazeley, one of the minds behind ‘Screenwipe’ and ‘Ladybird Books For Grown-Ups’.
❉ We look at ‘Black Mirror’ and its antecedents in speculative fiction, from Frankenstein to Doomwatch…
❉ BBC Three’s award-winning Uncle is back today for the final part of this comedy trilogy.
❉ A collection of eight vintage strips featuring Steed and Mrs Peel, originally published in ‘Diana for Girls’ 50 years ago.
❉ We’re asking, they’re answering. This week: A blaggers’ guide to David Quantick!
❉ The anarchic genius of Kenny Everett, on what would have been his 72nd birthday.
❉ We look back on the festive tradition of the BBC’s A Ghost Story for Christmas series, which was revived in 2005.
❉ The BBC Christmas tapes make interesting, infuriating, amusing and depressing viewing… But are they any good?