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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Creamguide's Pick of the Day
Bit of a dull Bank Holiday, not helped because we have to have all the regular news programmes on, though if you’re interested in that kind of thing BBC Parliament are broadcasting the election debates from every region if you want to compare sets and presenters. If not you can always listen to what’s become a Bank Holiday tradition, another of Phil Swern’s compendiums, this time featuring big American hits that didn’t do bugger all in Britain.
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Points of View
- In 'Creamvote #13 The most unforgettable sci fi theme!', Harold Steptoe says: "A glaring omission is Barry Gray’s theme for the first series of the mighty Space 1999…..."
- In 'PICK OF THE DAY', Richard16378 says: "I noticed some had been hacked down the last time they were shown. I did wonder if it was to keep the run time down, or where some performers..."
- In 'Film Fun', Dristarg says: "“Get onnnn with iiiit!”"
- In 'WITHERS, Googie', Shaz says: "White corridors, Back room boy, The lovers of Joanna Godden, Pink String & sealing wax was a classic. I recall Ending up & Within These Walls."
- In 'Professor Lobster', Anthony stott says: "Shippo was that Alderman William Derbyshire school you attended?"