spring 2017 issue televisionstandup
sciencetravel
peopleart
filmbooks
audiolive
 
   
  tv

Sherlock
season 4
  science

The Infographic
Guide to Science
  film

10 Top Tens
for Hot Fuzz's
Tenth
 
 






  isy suttie   jana levin
 
people 

Funniest Standup Routines
 
science

Was the Big Bang
really a big bang?
 
  black mirror
 
tv


Black Mirror 
 






  paterson joseph   red dwarf
 
audio 

How the Marquis Got His Coat Back
 
tv

If You Like Red Dwarf,
 
  friday night dinner
 
tv


Friday Night Dinner
season 4
 







high-rise scififantasy
sitcomcomedy drama
panelsketch
horrordocumentary
 
 
 
High-Rise
Book vs. Film 
 
   






  noel clarke   michelle gomez
 
tv 

Chasing Shadows
 
tv

Green Wing
 
 
 
tv


The Living and the Dead
 







  pauline  
 
tv 

The League of Gentlemen
turns 18
 
travel

The Moaning of Life
season 2
 
 
 
tv


Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency
 








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Psychoville
 
   









       
    IN THiS ISSUE

This spring, The League of Gentlemen comes of age, and Hot Fuzz celebrates a decade of gun fights, car chases, proper action and sh*t. We learn why (and how) Moriarty has been stalking Sherlock Holmes from beyond the grave, and that other detective, Dirk Gently, returns to our screens in the guise of Samuel Barnett. Also returning to our screens are the boys from the Dwarf, who are up against those age old villains, simulants, this time in the form of The Actor Kevin Eldon. In anticipation of the forthcoming Neverwhere novel, Paterson Joseph re-dons his coat de Carabas in a short audio production. We also hear from Janna Levin and the like about black holes and the sounds of the universe. Meanwhile, Charlie Brooker is keeping us freaked out about the future with the latest season of Black Mirror, while Ashley Pharoah is freaking us out about the past with his ghost stories in The Living and the Dead.

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TELEViSiON
 
Sherlock season 4
  Psychoville
  The Living and the Dead
  Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency
  Black Mirror
  Friday Night Dinner season 4
  The League of Gentlemen
  Chasing Shadows
  Red Dwarf: Twentica
  Green Wing


FiLM
  The League of Gentlemen's Apocalypse
  The Ones Below

BOOKS
  Neverwhere
  Garden of Lamentations excerpt
  News from Gardenia
  Trigger Warning

INTERViEWS
  Charles Todd, Racing the Devil

SCiENCE
  The Infinite Monkey Cage season 14
  The Infographic Guide to Science
  Was the Big Bang really a big bang?

TRAVEL
  The Moaning of Life season 2

AUDiO

  How the Marquis Got His Coat Back
  The Genuine Particle


LiSTS
  If You Like Red Dwarf,
  Funniest Standup Routines
  10 Top Tens for Hot Fuzz's Tenth

 







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