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Blakes 7 - Spacefall

Blake and the rest of the prisoners have started their eight-month journey to the prison planet Cygnus Alpha on the ship London.  Blake doesn’t waste any time in attempting to work out a way to take control of the ship – but he’ll need the co-operation of Avon (Paul Darrow).  994 more words


Blakes 7 - The Way Back

Blakes 7 was certainly a programme of its time.  For example, some of the topics covered in The Way Back (Blake’s arrest on trumped-up child abuse charges) and his ongoing crusade against the federation during the first two series (which resulted in casualties too numerous to mention) would surely be highly problematic for modern television executives.  1,259 more words


Doctor who: Planet of the Daleks -- motion picture review

Written by Terry Nation.

Planet of the Daleks is Nation and Doctor Who collaborating their spirits to create exactly what they both want: a great adventure serial.  931 more words

David Whitaker

What if Peter Cushing Had Played The Doctor: A Look at Dr. Who And The Daleks

When the long-running British science fiction show Doctor Who premiered over 50 years ago, it was originally envisioned as being a serialized educational program for children.  1,129 more words


Survivors - A Beginning

There’s yet another crisis at the community.  The seeds that they received in exchange for the petrol turn out to be useless and this disappointment is another blow for Abby and Greg.  636 more words


Survivors - Something of Value

Another stranger, Robert Lawson (Matthew Long), pays a visit to the Grange.  He stays the night and leaves the next day, but before he goes he clearly notices the petrol tanker in the courtyard (left by Donnie in the previous episode, … 397 more words


Survivors - The Future Hour

The arrival of Laura (Caroline Burt) and Norman (Denis Lawson) spells danger for everybody.  After the death, Laura formed a relationship with a man called Bernard Huxley (Glyn Owen).  662 more words