Secret Red Dwarf X video signals beginning of greatness

As the story goes, Red Dwarf originated from a recurring sketch created by Doug Naylor and Rob Grant, Dave Hollins: Space Cadet, as part of the early 80s BBC Radio 4 comedy show, Son of Cliche, which was also written by the team of Grant and Naylor. The science-fiction sitcom premiered in 1988 and ran […]

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Details: Tickets: Red Dwarf X!

***According to Red Dwarf website and re-tweeted by many, tickets completely gone in 30 minutes*** No denying today is, perhaps, the biggest day in Red Dwarf history, plain and simple. As most know, the upcoming season of RD will be filmed in front of a live audience. Why a big deal, you’re asking at this point? Simple. […]

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Kryten wins "Best TV Robot" competition – Duh!

Old news, but worth celebrating by the members of the Red Dwarf Nation everywhere. After all, who doesn’t love the affable Series  4000 service mechanoid whose given name is Kryten 2X4B-523P. As reported on by the folks over at Red Dwarf, Gary Pinches from The Digital Fix has, at great personal sacrifice, researched countless hours of […]

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Red Dwarf S10 production bits and bobs

Red Dwarf series 10 ramps up for November, wobbly sets and all We’ve known for some time, thanks to a series of cast interviews, that there were plans for the return of Red Dwarf in the not-too-distant future for a welcomed tenth series. First it was Craig Charles (Lister) who ‘leaked’ the commissioning of the […]

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Red Dwarf X rumor control from those in the know

Rampant rumors have been circulating around the internets this past week, many the direct result of a Craig Charles appearance last week on ITV This Morning. While he was there to, most likely, chat about his role on Coronation Street, the talk quickly turned to the long running British sci-fi comedy with Charles, given the […]

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Red Dwarf S10 nearer the horizon

As we begin to gear up for the upcoming new set of Red Dwarf, which films November 2011 – February 2012, a completely light-hearted twitter war between cast members has erupted. Seems as though Craig Charles (Lister) announced that when filming begins, he’s had to have his costumes altered for his return to comedy due to […]

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The Man in the Rubber Mask

Powell’s Bookstore in downtown Portland. Bookstore mecca. Billed as the largest new, used and out-of-print bookstore on the planet, it occupies a full city block with over 3500 sections and over 68,000 square feet of nothing but books. Ok, there’s a not to be missed coffee shop too, but, essentially, it’s books, books and more […]

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Red Dwarf 2012: T minus 344 days and counting….

Yogi Berra was right. It’s deja vu all over again. If you remember, we reported earlier this year with regards to Dave, the perennial home of witty banter in the UK, bravely stepping up to the plate to commission 10 new episodes of the British comedy/sci-fi series, Red Dwarf, with a target launch date of 2011. […]

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Rowan Atkinson's gift of laughter on HIS birthday today

Seems odd to celebrate Rowan Atkinson’s birthday given the fact that he’s the one that, along with Richard Curtis, has given us the timeless gift of laughter over the years. We all know about the gifts of Blackadder, Mr. Bean and Inspector Fowler in Thin Blue Line. I remember first seeing Atkinson along with Mel […]

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