On Thursday the 23rd of November, the iconic British science fiction television series Doctor Who celebrates its diamond anniversary.
As the sands of time continue to flow, there are individuals whose presence in television history remains eternally cherished.
56 years ago, on 11th November 1967, the Doctor faced a unique and menacing antagonist for the first time.
As the leaves turn crimson and the air grows crisp, we anticipate the arrival of the festival of Halloween.
Today marks 45 years since part one of the classic Doctor Who story ‘The Stones of Blood’ was broadcast.
October 5th sees a notable Doctor Who anniversary: 35 years since the first episode of ‘Remembrance of the Daleks’.
In a website exclusive, we can announce the publication of a new biography of the 1970s actor, Barry Evans.
Fawlty Towers is a prime example of the televisual magic that can happen when talent, creativity and determination collide.
Happy birthday Crackerjack! The beloved and iconic television variety show for children made its debut on 14th September, 1955.
Today we celebrate the 72nd birthday of renowned screenwriter David Renwick, responsible for some of British TV’s most-admired comedy.
Happy 48th birthday to the Zygons, who made their first appearance on our screens on this day in 1975!