Lost Hitchhikers Guide chapters found!

The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy, which tells the story of how human Arthur Dent travels the universe after escaping the destruction of Earth, originally began as a BBC radio series in 1978. The following year brought joy to the literary world when H2G2 was released in novel form with the brilliant six-part BBC 2 […]

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Post 'Death in Paradise', Ben Miller becomes The Doctor's newest villain

Prior to the third series premiere, Ben Miller decided to vote himself off the Death in Paradise) island. As DI Richard Poole, Miller used his skills as a London Metropolitan Police detective to overcome his obvious distaste for deplorable tropical weather to make the Caribbean island of Saint Marie a safer place. Miller decided it […]

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Academic solves the Dalek 'most scary villain' mystery

I only say ‘mystery’ because, from the beginning, seems like all you had to do was walk up stairs to escape from them. After all, they were voted the scariest villains in the history of Doctor Who back in a 2007 poll of series fans. It has nothing at all to do with their chilling, […]

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Fry and Laurie Reunited – tonight on UKTV Gold

Nothing to do Wednesday night, 24 November? Fear not. You do now if you happen to be one of our very fortunate readers that live in the UK. 9:00p tonight on UKTV Gold, the 90 minutes we’ve all been waiting for for some time — Fry and Laurie Reunited. It was a mere 30 years […]

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Happy Halloween from Tellyspotting!

A slight deviation from ‘all things British’ to celebrate tonight’s decidedly “American” holiday. That said, only the British can put a comedic touch on the traditionally scary goings on. Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie first worked together when they were students at Cambridge University. This from their series, A Bit of Fry and Laurie, which […]

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MI5 – 100 years in the making

If you are a fan of the BBC series, MI5, then this is the book for you. TheĀ Defence of the Realm: The Authorized History of MI5 by Christopher Andrew is a must read. At just over 1000 pages, it’s a long read, but worth the effort. It’s more of a history lesson than it is […]

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