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COPPERS & SPIES REVISITED - We Want Information: ITC and The Prisoner
Coppers & Spies Revisited Continuing with the re-written versions of the original Coppers and Spies blog posts published on the MovieMail site in 2014. Each part contains
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Frank is a freelance writer, event and project manager. He writes about British film and television, international cinema and occasionally will have something to say about books, theatre, music and design. Quite a lot of it has been about Doctor Who including the recently published Doctor Who: ...
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SHERLOCK HOLMES - The Classic 1965 BBC TV Series / BFI DVD Review
In the pantheon of celebrated Sherlock Holmes adaptations there is one BBC television series that tends to get overlooked. In 1965 the BBC produced a series of faithful adaptations of 13 Conan Doyle Sherlock Holmes stories starring Douglas Wilmer and Nigel ...
Frank is a freelance writer, event and project manager. He writes about British film and television, international cinema and occasionally will have something to say about books, theatre, music and design. Quite a lot of it has been about Doctor Who including the recently published Doctor Who: ...
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Frank is a freelance writer, event and project manager. He writes about British film and television, international cinema and occasionally will have something to say about books, theatre, music and design. Quite a lot of it has been about Doctor Who including the recently published Doctor Who: ...
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Time travelling back to 1938 with my +MovieMail.com blog on SF telly. From early productions of R.U.R to the debut of The Prisoner and the inspiring work of Nigel Kneale, Sydney Newman and Irene Shubik. #BFISciFi
Frank Collins looks back to the origins of British Science Fiction television to mark the BFI's major celebration of the genre. Two BBC adaptations of Karel Čapek's 1921 stage play R.U.R were the earliest examples of British Science Fiction television, and bookended the Second World War.
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Here are some details about my just published essay for Arrow Films limited edition DVD and Blu-Ray release of Bruce Robinson's Withnail and I and How To Get Ahead in Advertising.
Withnail and I - Dual Format DVD and Blu-Ray 4-Disc Limited Edition / November 2014 Arrow Films, a highly-regarded, award winning distribution label specialising in high quality fan-based products,...
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The MovieMail 'Future Tense' blog series on British science fiction television continues with 'A New Hope' 1975-1980 From Space: 1999 to Sapphire and Steel. #bfiscifi  
 
Frank Collins continues his exploration of British science fiction television to mark the BFI's major celebration of the genre. This time, he follows the series and plays created during a troubled time for Britain, the late 1970s. Winter 1974 and Britain worked a three-day week to conserve fuel ...
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Frank is a freelance writer, event and project manager. He writes about British film and television, international cinema and occasionally will have something to say about books, theatre, music and design. Quite a lot of it has been about Doctor Who including the recently published Doctor Who: ...
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COPPERS & SPIES REVISITED - Kinky Boots and Z-Victor 2: From The Avengers to Z Cars
Coppers & Spies Revisited Continuing with the re-written versions of the original Coppers and Spies blog posts published on the MovieMail site in 2014. Each part contains additional research material and information on the various crime and spy adventure ...
Frank is a freelance writer, event and project manager. He writes about British film and television, international cinema and occasionally will have something to say about books, theatre, music and design. Quite a lot of it has been about Doctor Who including the recently published Doctor Who: ...
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Coppers & Spies Revisited - Evenin' All: From Fabian of the Yard to Dixon of Dock Green
Coppers & Spies Revisited I thought you might enjoy these extensively re-written versions of the original Coppers and Spies blog posts published on the MovieMail site in 2014. Each part contains additional research material and information on the various cr...
Frank is a freelance writer, event and project manager. He writes about British film and television, international cinema and occasionally will have something to say about books, theatre, music and design. Quite a lot of it has been about Doctor Who including the recently published Doctor Who: ...
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A new installment of my Future Tense blog for +MovieMail.com has just been published. The focus is 1990-2005 and covers British science fiction television from Gerry Anderson's Space Precinct through to dramas such as Bugs, Crime Traveller, Invasion: Earth, Neverwhere, Cold Lazarus and Russell T Davies' Dark Season and Century Falls.
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Frank Collins continues his survey of British science fiction television to mark the BFI's major celebration of the genre. The 1990s began with the fall of the Berlin Wall. The Cold War was over and the dissolution of the USSR shifted the West's ideological battles to concerns about ethnic and ...
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The latest post in my Moviemail series 'Future Tense' on British science fiction television covers 1980-1990: 'Window of vulnerability': From The Day of the Triffids to Star Cops. #bfiscifi  
Frank Collins continues his exploration of British science fiction television to mark the BFI's major celebration of the genre. In the 1980s, with growing anxieties about nuclear weapons proliferation and the failure of arms control treaties, the Reagan administration warned of 'a window of ...
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My +MovieMail.com  blog series on British Science Fiction television has just launched. It ties in with the +BFI's major celebration of the science fiction genre, Sci-Fi:Days of Fear and Wonder. The first instalment covers some of the adult and children's dramas aired between 1970 and 1975, including the much-anticipated DVD release of the seminal BBC children's drama The Changes. #BFISciFi
Frank Collins explores British TV's distinctive contribution to the science fiction genre to mark the BFI's major celebration of the genre, Sci-Fi: Days of Fear and Wonder and DVD release of 1975's highly-regarded children's TV series, The Changes. In the 1970s, British science fiction ...
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Frank is a freelance writer, event and project manager. He writes about British film and television, international cinema and occasionally will have something to say about books, theatre, music and design. Quite a lot of it has been about Doctor Who including the recently published Doctor Who: The Pandorica Opens.