Posts Tagged ‘BBC’
All for one and one for all – the well-recognisable motto of the main characters created by Alexandre Dumas, writer of The Three Musketeers. There have been many interpretations of Dumas’ famous novel, from film to musical to comic to even video game. This year, the BBC took on an adaption crafted by Adrian Hodges […]
If you haven’t checked out the most recent offering from the BBC, I suggest you get onto it quickly and get ready to squee! Sherlock is a contemporary update of the classic story of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle. With creators and writers of Dr Who fame, Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, this show […]
Legend has it that when you die, your whole life flashes before your eyes.
Is it true? Real? And how long will those flashes take – will you be technically in limbo while you mentally relive your regrets and successes?
No, this isn’t a dark article about death. Or an article to campaign for some deceased scientist’s ashes to be transported to Mars. It’s about the BBC drama, Life On Mars, and it’s sequel, Ashes To Ashes.
Because I think they’re some of the most fantastic TV we’ve seen in the past 5 years. […]
River Song (played by Alex Kingston) first appeared to us in Steven Moffat’s Doctor Who series 4 contribution, Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead. During that episode, we were lead to believe that she is his future travelling companion and wife. And we believed her. She knows a lot about him, after all. She […]
Is being human a matter of genetics, or a state of mind? A vampire, werewolf and ghost, sharing a flat in Bristol, and trying to blend into society, investigate. Sort of. What could possibly go wrong? Being Human, created by (“School Reunion”/Doctor Who & “Greeks Bearing Gifts”/Torchwood genius) Toby Whitehouse, delivers us an amazing mix […]