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

Issue 32 of Radio TellyScope was published in early January 2006

As of this issue because of time and personnel problems yet to be resolved in PPS,
Radio TellyScope has changed back to a quarterly magazine.
The issue features the following items - click on the link to read the feature article in full:

  • Sword of Freedom - Ray West concludes his guide to this Fifties adventure series involving the trials of artist Marco del Monte with the fourth and final block of episodes.

  • The Babylon Project - continuing on with the five year saga of Babylon 5, this issue continues the story with Point of No Return, the third season of the show where the Shadow War kicks in with a vengeance

  • Armchair Thriller - Many consider this the last throw of the dice for the Armchair Theatre-type strand which had been very successful in the Sixties and early Seventies. Here David May looks at this Thames series that still managed to be both very popular and throw a chill up the spine of the viewers watching it...

  • Review - just the one this issue after our abundance the previous issue, many of which no doubt will be on your shopping list for the January sales!

  • Releases - up and coming releases on VHS and DVD.

  • Obituaries - a new roundup of losses at the end of 2005; we remember the notables and some unsung heroes and heroines in their fields.

  • News - various stories reported during the last days of 2005


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

  • Smiley's People - in a follow-up to Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, Gary Phillips examines more Cold War conspiracies focussed on ageing agent George Smiley, played by Alec Guinness.

PLEASE NOTE: The actual magazine article began in issue 31, but the complete article from both issues is presented here.
To view the online article, click on Read article with picture gallery or Read article without pictures