TONSIL-TRILLING "EXPOSE" of the music business following the fortunes of girl band (sorry, it's the 70s - "group") The Little Ladies.
DECADE-ENHANCING COFFEE table staple by SUE TOWNSEND adapted reasonably, if rather needlessly, for the screen
READING-IS-FUN ENDEAVOUR which wasn't set in a tower and didn't show many books.
ONE OF the last chapters of David Jason's pre-fame 'difficult period'
DOUGLAS ADAMS' superior sci-fi send-up, as overenthusiastic towel-wielding blokes hunting for off-airs of Marvin on Studio B15 are wont to remind you...
By Paul Joyce. Stephen Moore and Morag Hood’s idyllic county picnic triggers off paranoid delusions in Moore of being bugged, followed and...
A play we haven't seen, but we do have it on good authority that it's a pile of shit.
By Malcolm Bradbury. Brummie couple Stephen Moore and Barbara Flynn court during the Suez crisis. 20 years later, against the backdrop of...
POSH TOFFS of the 1920s fancy themselves
THUNDEROUSLY PO-FACED pickle penned by CARLA LANE with FELICITY KENDAL "struggling" as a single woman trying to fight "the system" i.e. men.