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27 blogs about TV.

  1. Art of the Title
    “Dedicated to title sequence design in film, TV, and beyond.” By Lola Landekic. 🇨🇦

    The Peripheral (2022)
    In the opening title sequence to Amazon’s 2022 science fiction series The Peripheral, towns gleam and shapes stretch, sweeping in strokes of burnt gold, slate grey and steel blue, like a machine’s idea of a …
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  2. BBC Writersroom - BBC Blogs
    “Get behind-the-scenes insights from writers and producers of BBC TV and radio programmes. Get top tips on script-writing and follow the journeys of writers who have come through BBC Writersroom schemes and opportunities.” 🇬🇧

    WRITING TODAY - Why We Need More Disabled Writers
    This blog post is part of a series where the BBC Writersroom approached selected writers to offer them a platform to discuss what they feel are the most relevant topics affecting the broadcast industry today. …
    By Laurence Clark, 792 words

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  3. blast-o-rama.
    “blast-o-rama is the online home of Marty Day.” 🇺🇸

    Mondo Wows With SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE Prints by Matt Taylor & Murugiah
    Mondo: ACROSS THE SPIDER-VERSE is one of Mondo’s most anticipated movies of 2023, and it’s not hard to see why. From the incredible voice cast to the mind-altering animation, SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE forever redefined …
    By Marty Day, 230 words

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  4. Classic Film and TV Café NEW
    “Devoted to classic movies and television series, ranging from the silent film era to the 1980s.” By Rick29.

    Goodnight, My Love: A Made-for-TV Film Noir
    The ABC Movie of the Week was unique among made-for-TV movie franchises in that its films spanned a wide variety of genres. It presented family dramas, thrillers, comedies, horror pictures, and even a kung fu …
    By Rick29, 574 words

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  5. Crazy Walls
    “Yarn time!” By Phil Gyford. 🇬🇧

    Spirited (film)From the trailer, a crazy wall so big it needs...
    Spirited (film)From the trailer, a crazy wall so big it needs one of those cool horizontally-sliding ladders to maintain it!(Thanks Tom)
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  6. Dirty Feed
    By John Hoare. 🇬🇧

    Three Broken Links, Redux
    Whenever I write about linkrot on the web, like I did yesterday, and like I’ve been doing for years, I occasionally get a bit of pushback. Firstly, there’s “But surely people have the right to …
    By John J. Hoare, 790 words

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  7. Doctor Who - BBC Latest News
    “All the latest news and features from the world of Doctor Who.” 🇬🇧

    Jacob Anderson joins Series 13 of Doctor Who
    Game of Thrones star Jacob Anderson is set to make his debut on Doctor Who later this year, playing Vinder. As a recurring character throughout the series, Jacob’s new role will see him join forces …
    By The Doctor Who Team, 265 words

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  8. The FiveCentsPlease Blog
    “News and interesting stuff about the world of Charles M. Schulz's Peanuts.” By Derrick Bang, Scott McGuire. 🇺🇸

    A Charlie Brown Christmas streams for free from December 22 - 25, 2022 on Apple TV
    Bah, humbug! For the first time in 57 years, A Charlie Brown Christmas will not be shown on broadcast television.Instead, in 2022, the beloved Christmas special will only be available to stream for free - …
    By Scott McGuire, 204 words

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  9. Forgotten Television Drama
    “Uncovering the lost history of British TV drama.” By John Hill, Lez Cooke, Billy Smart. 🇬🇧

    A Birmingham Tribute to Tony Garnett
    The renowned television producer Tony Garnett died on 12 January 2020. Tributes and obituaries recognised the huge contribution he made to British film and television drama over five decades. In Birmingham, the city of Garnett’s …
    By lezcooke, 6,872 words

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  10. Frock Flicks
    “Costume movie reviews & podcast.”

    Patreon Post Unlocked: Bright Star (2009)
    Director / writer / producer Jane Campion’s last film before the recently lauded The Power of the Dog (2021) was a small, quiet, and exquisite tragic love story about an English Romantic poet. Of course, …
    By Trystan L. Bass, 70 words

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  11. futureprobe
    “An affectionate tribute to, and commentary on, EPCOT Center, Star Trek, and other optimistic visions of the future.” By David Landon. 🇺🇸

    The Star Trek: Picard Dumpster Flambé
    You may recall that I was a wee bit critical of Star Trek: Picard's first season on account of how the story didn't make any sense. Of course I wasn't angry at the show. It …
    By David Landon, 1,096 words

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  12. Galactic Journey
    “55 years ago: Science Fact and Fiction.” By Gideon Marcus, Janice L. Newman, et al. 🇺🇸

    [March 20, 1968] Missed opportunities (April 1968 Fantasy and Science Fiction)
    by Gideon Marcus A week is a long time in politics The British Prime Minister Harold Wilson is fond of noting that a lot can change in just seven days. In American politics, the last …
    By GalacticJourney, 99 words

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  13. gralefrit - Home
    “One of Britain’s busiest and most well respected comedy writers. Which probably isn't saying much.” By Joel Morris. 🇬🇧

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  14. Meaningless Insights
    By Stephen O'Brien. 🇬🇧

    The Summers of Our Youth
    Stephen O'Brien ponders on his own formative friendships as he watches the members of a-ha deal with their own in their new film, True North.A new album from legendary Norwegian pop band a-ha is always …
    By Stephen O'Brien, 1,279 words

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  15. Middle-Aged Fat Kids NEW
    “Brandon & Jimmy Strike Back.” By Brandon, Jimmy. 🇺🇸

    Five Alive
    This post is part of Show & Tell, a retro blogging event hosted by Retro Ramblings. This week’s topic is forgotten snacks. When I think back on my childhood, some of my fondest memories were …
    By Brandon, 640 words

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  16. NewsHounds
    “We watch Fox so you don't have to!” 🇺🇸

    Fox’s ‘Ultimate’ Journalists, Baier And MacCallum, Wanted To Prioritize Viewers’ ‘Feelings’ Over 2020 Election Facts
    Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum, the two “journalists” Fox likes to hold up as the best in the business, proved they were willing to sabotage the 2020 presidential election reporting, like the rest of the …
    By Ellen, 51 words

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  17. reality blurred
    “Reality show reviews, recaps, and reality TV news analysis: your guide to reality television and unscripted entertainment, edited by Andy Dehnart.” 🇺🇸

    Dan’s surprise BBCAN 11 nominations, plus fractures and friend-zoning
    Who was nominated? Who won the veto? Who's been friend-zoned? Hamsterwatch has all the details from BBCAN11's latest video drop.
    By Hamsterwatch, 29 words

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  18. Sci-fi interfaces | Stop watching sci-fi. Start using it.
    “Scifiinterfaces analyzes the speculative technology in sci-fi movies and TV shows for fun and erudition.” By Chris Noessel. 🇺🇸

    Fritzes 2023 Winners
    The Fritzes award honors the best interfaces in a full-length motion picture in the past year. Interfaces play a special role in our movie-going experience, and are a craft all their own that does not …
    By Christopher Noessel, 1,367 words

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  19. Screen Action Jazz
    “Commentary and breaking news regarding the golden age of jazz soundtracks that supplied a swing backdrop for the suspenseful adventures of secret agents, private detectives, cops, spies and heist-minded criminals.” By Derrick Bang. 🇺🇸

    The beat goes on: Confess, Fletch
    One would assume, given a soundtrack album laden with iconic classics by Horace Silver, Chet Baker, Dexter Gordon and many others, that this film score is saturated with jazz.Well … not exactly. But more on …
    By Derrick Bang, 816 words

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  20. The Stop Button
    “blogging by Andrew Wickliffe.”

    Luther: The Fallen Sun (2023, Jamie Payne)
    “Luther” show creator and Luther: The Fallen Sun writer Neil Cross started talking about him and Idris Elba doing a Luther movie for at least a decade before Fallen Sun. Like everyone else, Cross assumed …
    By Andrew Wickliffe, 651 words

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