Part 2 of how the Star Trek franchise continued its journey from television to cinema and the relationship between the two genres, which didn't always work out in The Next Generation
After four hugely successful and audience pleasing seasons, Edward Woodward's down-at-heel British Secret Service assassin, David Callan, got the big screen treatment
A very British film with very British attitudes - Andrew Coby's notes on the film he always watches when it's on television
A vicious gang of crooks plan to steal the wages of a local factory, but their carefully laid plans go wrong. Payroll is a cautionary tale of dishonour among thieves, adultery, deception, murder and all the other things we’re taught not to do at school
US actress Barbara Bates, who appeared in a 1962 episode of 'The Saint' had a short, troubled and tragic life which she ended herself. Andrew Cobby looks back on two of her later movies which often get an airing on British television
The film that Eric Morecambe convinced a television company to drop. Aired only after Eric's death - was it as bad as he feared? Brian Slade reassesses Night Train to Murder
Morecambe and Wise had already been written off as failures with their first series in the 1950s, and with three failed movies that didn't win over the critics the boys might well have been robbed of the comedy gold that followed in the 1970s...
As much a part of a traditional British Christmas as turkey and tinsel, Morecambe and Wise made 26 editions of their show as well as seven specials for Thames Television. Now, for the first time, their complete Thames output is available on DVD
A new BBC DVD release uncovers over four hours of never before released material of Britain's best loved comedy duo - a piece of television history restored
Vampires, Werewolves, Mummy's and all manner of creepy crawlies and magnificent monsters. Welcome to the studio that dripped blood.