SUPERBUG RAVAGES the planet leaving nothing but thick-set hairy hobbledehoys in its wake. Counterfactual hokum from back when the idea of an out-of-control, unbeatable virus demolishing everything in its path wasn’t ubiquitous fodder for the Daily Express. TERRY NATION invented it after realising he’d never get any money for claiming he’d created the Daleks (it was Davros, everyone knows that). CAROLYN SEYMOUR and IAN MCCULLOCH were two of the titular old-timers, eating worms, building fires and arguing about free will. Encompassed, unbelievably, three series and appearances by PETER DUNCAN.Read More
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The Earl Grey Whistle Test
Monday, 22.45, BBC Radio 3
Stand to attention, everyone! We’re billing a Radio 3 programme! But don’t worry, because it features eighties pop very prominently. Over the next five nights, we get to enjoy some radio essays from Mark Ellen and David Hepworth, who between them more or less invented the modern era of music journalism, moving away from the earnest nature of the weeklies to the arch irreverence of the monthlies, and certainly for their pivotal role on Smash Hits they have earned our eternal respect. Over the week they’ll talk about journalism, television and the music industry, and we think Mark will be slightly easier on the ear thanks to David’s usual habit on TV shows of shouting all his anecdotes.
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