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West End star, Matt Croke, noted for his critically acclaimed performance in the title role of Disney’s Aladdin at the Prince Edward Theatre, takes centre stage as a contestant in this year’s hotly anticipated 10th series of The VOICE UK.
Star of House M.D. and The Night Manager, Hugh Laurie returns to our screens as a forceful and charismatic politician for our times in a new four-part miniseries, Roadkill.
Boyd Clack, creator of BBC Wales TV comedy series High Hopes chooses his six favourite episodes on BBC IPlayer
Writer and actor Boyd Clack discusses his TV sitcom creation High Hopes with Andy Howells.
Andy Howells reviews the first new episode of the 2018 series of Doctor Who. The Woman Who Fell To Earth was written by Chris Chibnall and stars Jodie Whittaker as The Doctor.
Andy Howells sets out from South Wales to London to attend the official Blu-Ray Launch for The Hitch-Hikers Guide To The Galaxy at the BFI, Southbank, London.
Continuing our interview with Reeltime Pictures producer Keith Barnfather, Andy Howells discusses the legacy of the Myth Makers series, the ongoing The Doctors releases and Reeltime’s spin off dramas inspired by the Doctor Who TV series. March 5 sees the release of The Doctors: Monsters, the latest DVD set featuring interviews with key figures from theContinue reading “On Screen: Producer Keith Barnfather Discusses The Doctors: Monsters! Part 2”
For over half a century, Daleks, Cybermen, Sontarans and Ice Warriors have all become familiar names that have sent children running behind the sofa. Now, a new 2-disc DVD compilation from Koch Media entitled, The Doctors: Monsters! celebrates the iconic aliens from the worlds of Doctor Who and the people that brought them to life.Continue reading “On Screen: Producer Keith Barnfather Discusses The Doctors: Monsters! – Part 1”
For over half a century the monsters that have featured on the Doctor Who TV series have entertained children and adults alike. Daleks, Cybermen, Yeti, Fish People, Marshmen are among the many monsters that were guaranteed to send a generation of children running behind the sofa on a Saturday tea-time as the grown-ups were caughtContinue reading “New DVD Looks At Doctor Who Monsters That Sent You Behind The Sofa”