summer 2017 issue televisionstandup
sciencetravel
peopleart
filmbooks
audiolive
 
   
  live

Twelfth Night
  science

5 Terrifying Truths
About Your
Fruit Salad
  books

Dead Funny
Encore
 
 






  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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      IN THiS ISSUE

This summer, Doctor Who is back with new pal Bill Potts. We look at The Wrong Mans, starring James Corden who is making the scene in America at the moment. We hear from Edgar Wright on his usage of music, in particular his latest film Baby Driver. The sequel to Dead Funny gives us the chills, while the second season of Lovesick gives us all the feels. Our fylm club reviews Swallows and Amazons and Bunny and the Bull. We also take a survey of the most surprising guest stars in The League of Gentlemen. Best of all, we hear from experts about the terrifying sides of various everyday fruits.

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TELEViSiON
  The Wrong Mans
  Red Dwarf X: The Beginning
  Red Dwarf: Give and Take
  Red Dwarf: Samsara
  Lovesick season 2
  The Night Manager
  Doctor Who: The Pilot
  Men of the World
  Knowing Me, Knowing You
  Blandings
  Ambassadors


BOOKS
  And Another Thing...
  Robin Ince's Bad Book Club
  Monstrous Regiment
  Dead Funny Encore
  Feet of Clay

FEATURE
  Edgar Wright on Music

SCiENCE

  5 Terrifying Truths About Your Fruit Salad

AUDiO

  Character Invasion: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

LiSTS
  12 People You Didn't Expect to Find in The League of Gentlemen
  How to Spend Your Saint Patrick's Day

LiVE
 
Twelfth Night

FiLM
  Bunny and the Bull
  Swallows and Amazons
 







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Anglonerd magazine is America's geekiest guide to British entertainment. Here you will find which British and Irish comics are touring the U.S., where to get those hard to find British TV shows Stateside, and when in the world is the next episode of Doctor Who on, anyway? Plus, pop science from the U.K., travel lessons from geniuses and idiots abroad, exclusive interviews, and recommendations.

 
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