REMEMBERING TENKO
by Andy Priestner

A comprehensive celebration of the classic TV drama concerning women prisoners of the Japanese, this book details how the series came to be made, its filming in the UK and the Far East, and the real-life events which inspired its memorable characters and storylines. The series’ cast (which included Ann Bell, Stephanie Cole, Louise Jameson, Stephanie Beacham, Veronica Roberts, Claire Oberman and Burt Kwouk) all contribute their memories of working on the series. The book is packed with photographs including 20 pages of colour plates.

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WHO IS MICHAEL E. BRIANT?
by Michael E. Briant

Michael E. Briant's memoir of his time directing Doctor Who (Colony in Space, The Sea Devils, The Green Death, Death to the Daleks, Revenge of the Cybermen and Robots of Death) and many other TV shows in the Seventies and Eighties including Blake's 7, Warship and Secret Army. His book also takes in his time as a child actor, his circumnavigation of the world and attack by pirates in the Gulf of Aden.

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DOCTOR WHO: THE PANDORICA OPENS
by Frank Collins

An in-depth examination of the 2010 series of Doctor Who - the first to feature Matt Smith and to be helmed by Steven Moffat. Collins explores the world of the 11th Doctor and Amy Pond, analysing its characters, themes and ideas, and
placing Doctor Who within the wider cultural context of contemporary social, political and psychological debates.

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  A GUIDE TO BEING HUMAN
by Joanne Black

A sometimes irrevent, but always interesting, examination of the cult BBC Three hit drama Being Human about a vampire, a werewolf and a ghost who live together in the suburbs of Bristol.  Black explores the mythology behind the show, the characters and the pilot episode which started it all.

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The Complete Secret Army
by Andy Priestner

A comprehensive guide to the classic BBC TV wartime series, this critically acclaimed tome examines one of the most popular dramas of the Seventies. As well reviewing every episode in detail, this book explores the historical incidents that inspired its storylines and features many reminiscences from the cast and crew, including Jan Francis, Bernard Hepton and Clifford Rose.

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  WORLDS APARt
by Rich Cross

A detailed examination of Adrian Hodges's recent reimagining of Terry Nation's cult drama series Survivors, exploring its plots, themes and characters. As well as cast and crew interview material, Cross recounts previous
attempts to revive Survivors and the similarities and differences between the new Survivors and the original series.

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