( 64 pages printed in b&w with full colour front card jacket )

Issue 22 of Radio TellyScope was published in mid January 2004

The issue featured the following items - click on the link to read the feature article in full:

  • All Gas & Gaiters - Gary Phillips looks back at the clerical comedy from the late Sixties and early Seventies starring Derek Nimmo as the Chaplain of St. Ogg's, Mervyn Noote

  • Missing Believed Wiped 2003 - Richard Berry reviews the annual event held at the BFI, now in its tenth year and follows up with an addendum to the documentary filmed at the time of the event recently screend on BBC4

  • The Pathfinders... trilogy - Bob Furnell takes a look back to this early Sixties trilogy of serials produced as an early precursor to Doctor Who

  • A Study In Celluloid: The Screen History of Sherlock Holmes - David May continues his chronicle of the screen history of England's foremost detective, looking at the incarnations provided by the late Peter Cushing both on film and on television

  • The New Adventures of Charlie Chan: The Episode Guide Part 2 - continuing his major article, Ray West guides you through a second batch of cases for Charlie Chan as played in the Fifties by J. Carrol Naish.

  • DVD Reviews - a roundup this issue of some of the discs making their way out into the market place


This issue's featured article available on-line is:

  • Invisible Men of the Seventies - a great idea, put what went wrong with the American shows that used the premise of the H.G. Wells novel? We look back at the Invisible Man starring David McCallum and its successor The Gemini Man starring Ben Murphy

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