Fans of children’s television are in for yet another treat this month, following on from the recent release news that Network are to show the best adventures of Tingha and Tucker on DVD, now ATV children’s drama Timeslip – The Complete Series is to be issued as part of a limited edition set.
The National Film & Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) have digitally remastered two iconic movies and have made them available to 21st Century audiences on DVD.
Earlier this week we reviewed the first ITV series of Whicker’s World released in full on DVD for the first time in ‘Whicker’s World 1‘ from Network Releasing, now we turn to the second release, ‘Whicker’s World 2: Whicker’s New World’, the second ITV series hosted by Alan Whicker in 1969.
Network Releasing bring fans of classic television another treat with the factual series Whicker’s World released this week. ATV Today takes a look at what you can expect on Whicker’s World 1 – Whicker. The first ITV series from Alan in 1968.
ATV Today has taken a look at the latest release of The Professionals on Blu-ray. One of most successful action thriller series ever made, it can now be enjoyed on this digitally restored, High Definition release.
Which well-known British sitcom actor could have been adopted by Orson Welles? Which 20 year old actress had to sign a contract in which she couldn’t go in to a pub or drive a car? And which cinema icon almost got run over while making Ice Cold in Alex?
Since it launched last year the BBC Store has been making more and more of the broadcasters output available. You can stream and download the very latest shows as well as a wealth of classics which have languished unseen in the BBC vaults for decades. I am delighted that all twelve episodes of the 1958 series Our Mutual Friend have just been added to the service, the programme was directed
ATV Today take a look at some of UK telly’s worst re-makes.
Children’s BBC celebrates its 30th anniversary later today with a special hour-long programme on the CBBC Channel. Presenters from across the three decades are returning to the beeb’s children’s department to mark the landmark date.
Crawford Productions is best known in the UK for its hit television serials The Sullivans and The Flying Doctors, but from 1974 until 1977 the company was breaking new ground and blowing traditional taboos sky high with its raunchy adult soap opera The Box.