❉ In this digital TV age, where choice is supposedly everywhere, why is old TV so hard to find? Steve O’Brien investigates.
❉ We look back at Robin Hardy’s folk horror masterpiece – and its legacy.
❉ Paul Cornell plumbs the depths of magic and despair in Chalk, a brutal exploration of bullying in Thatcher’s England.
❉ This week: A regular podcast presented by Unbound’s John Mitchinson and author Andy Miller, bringing old books back to the surface.
❉ On 16 October, the British Museum held a special event devoted to the Folk Horror Revival – the first event of its kind.
❉ Nick Campbell revisits Alan Garner’s first novel.