A scientist finds a tramp lying unconscious on his doorstep, suffering from a severe genetic radiation disorder and clutching a human finger-bone in his hand, the man is the living image of Harrow's nightmare.
The Chronoscope is a device that allows the operator to replay events from the past, anywhere and anywhen, as if they were recorded on video. But why is the Government supressing its use?
In the history of comic strips, 'Peanuts' is among the most popular and influential. Running in newspapers in 75 countries and with a readership of over 300 million, it is arguably America's biggest export. But when it was animated for TV in 1965, CBS were reluctant to bring it to our screens.
When it comes to the history of the television cartoon series you need look no further than Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera. Creating countless cartoon characters and collecting seven Oscars, eight Emmys and a star on the Hollywood walk of fame, Hanna-Barbera were the masters of their craft.
"The Pointless studio audience must be quite well-off because, whenever the jackpot stands at £1000, it never elicits even the tiniest ripple of applause." Andrew Cobby turns his attention on the BBC's hit daytime quiz show.