The Naked City- 'There
are 8 million stories in The Naked City, this has
been one of them.' Paul
Fearn takes a personal look at this anthology
series from the early Sixties filmed entirely on
location in New York.
When The Boat Comes In -
David May looks back at one of the most respected
of Seventies drama series which cemented star
James Bolam's reputation away from comedy with
his portrayal of chancer Jack Ford.
Gary Phillips reviews the Kaleidoscope event
which launched the in-depth reference book on
anthology series Out Of The Unknown and saw the
showing of a previous thought wiped episode held
by a private collector.
Ray West turns the clock back to the late Fifties
for another mammoth episode guide and series
review, looking at the trucking series starring
Paul Birch and William Campbell
Virtual Murder -
It could have been the Avengers for the Nineties
with a quirky style all its own, so what
happened? Gary Phillips investigates.
Remember its name? This series did well enough on
the back of the original film and its music as
Brian Mattocks remembers.
DVD Reviews - a
roundup this issue of some of the discs making
their way out into the market place
up and coming releases on VHS and DVD
Obituaries and Appreciations -
2004 continues to lose more members of the
profession. We look a few of the notables, with
particular emphasis on playwright Jack Rosenthal
as remembered in an appreciation by Gary