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Colditz: 'Tweedledum' (1972)

Over two series between 1972 and 1974, Colditz told the stories of captured Allied officers, their wide and varied escape attempts and their complex relationships with their German captors. 1,149 more words


Peanut Butter Brownies, April 2016


Peanut butter is one of the strongest flavour memories from my childhood. It tastes like the end of the 10am news with Moira Stuart on BBC1 and the start of  451 more words


Blake's 7: In Search of a Better Legacy

Beware of synchronicity. No sooner do I mention, in Sunday’s blogpost about Follow the Money, the controversial ending to the final series of Blake’s 7… 2,508 more words

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Blake's 7 loses its leader: RIP Gareth Thomas (my childhood hero, adventures in the playground, and my unmade script)

The passing of Gareth Thomas, aka Blake, is sad news. As the fifth Doctor nearly said, “chunks of my childhood, detaching themselves like melting icebergs.” 1,848 more words

Undercover: Keeping it well hidden

There is something really refreshing about watching a show, yet having absolutely no idea what the hell is going on.

If you’re confusing me with your thriller, then you’re doing your job well. 153 more words


Has Sunday night TV become quietly subversive?

To glance at the schedules you may not think so. Period drama still dominates ITV’s prime time slots and the BBC gives us The Antiques Roadshow and a crime thriller at 9pm. 308 more words


Steph's Two Girls: Autism is the A-Word.

ASD, autism, autistic, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, BBC1, paediatrician, Pathological Demand Avoidance, PDA, The A Word

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