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43 blogs about TV.

  1. ALF Archives
    Keeping track of our favorite Melmacian. More info

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    ALF’s Wardrobe (Season 4)
    In the final season of ALF, Jason Cort brings us the highest amount of outfits in a season. A total of 59 outfits were worn by ALF in his last season and they were a …
    By A, 963 words
  2. Archive Television Musings
    "To waste one second of one's life is a betrayal of one's self! I wonder what's on television?". 🇬🇧 More info

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    Thirty Minute Theatre – Emergency-Ward 9 by Dennis Potter
    Broadcast on the 11th of April 1966 as part of the Thirty Minute Theatre strand, Emergency-Ward 9 was Dennis Potter’s only 30 minute television play. Thirty Minute Theatre, which ran between 1965 and 1973, clocked …
    By archivetvmusings, 577 words
  3. Art of the Title
    Dedicated to title sequence design in film, TV, and beyond. By Lola Landekic. 🇨🇦 More info

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    Top Five: Chloe Okuno
    Chloe Okuno’s Top FiveChloe Okuno is an American director and screenwriter from Los Angeles. She has directed the feature film Watcher (2022), which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and the segment "Storm Drain" for …
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  4. 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. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Top Tips for Building an Editorial Career in Scripted TV
    As part of a short series of blog posts related to script-editing we asked experienced Story Producer Alexis Hood to share some advice on getting started on the editorial side of television, in both development …
    By Alexis Hood, 1,746 words
  5. blast-o-rama.
    blast-o-rama is the online home of Marty Day. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Are We Mentally Prepared for Mars?
    The New York Times: That people will travel to Mars, and soon, is a widely accepted conviction within NASA. The target date for the initial human mission has drifted slightly — in a 2018 report …
    By Marty Day, 275 words
  6. Cartoonatics
    Sketches, Stories and Other Stuff from Tom Ruegger. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Where We Made "Animaniacs"
    The Imperial Bank Building in Sherman Oaks, CA, where we made Tiny Toons, Animaniacs, Pinky and the Brain, Freakazoid, Batman: The Animated Series, Road Rovers and Histeria. These paintings of our home base were made …
    By Tom Ruegger, 50 words
  7. Cartoon Brew
    Animation News, Animated Cartoons. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Watch The First Teaser For ‘MouMoush – The King Of Plastic,’ An Ecological Fantasy Feature With A Time-Traveling Twist – Exclusive
    'MouMoush' representatives will pitch their project at Cartoon Movie in Bordeaux, France, kicking off on March 5.
    By Jamie Lang, 38 words
  8. Classic Film and TV Café
    Devoted to classic movies and television series, ranging from the silent film era to the 1980s. By Rick29. More info

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    The Crimson Kimono and The League of Gentlemen
    James Shigeta as Detective Joe Kojaku.The Crimson Kimono (1959). Writer-director Samuel Fuller's once-controversial cult film revolves around two police detectives, one Caucasian and one Japanese, who try to solve a complicated murder case involving a …
    By Rick29, 441 words
  9. Crazy Walls
    Yarn time! By Phil Gyford. 🇬🇧 More info

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    “Does that look straight to you?”
    “Does that look straight to you?”By Will McPhail at the New Yorker.(Thanks, Russell)
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  10. CST Online | Television Studies Blog
    We are a blog devoted to international TV studies. 🇺🇸 More info

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    ‘WE WANTED TO INCITE CHANGE’: HOW PRODUCTION PRACTICES ON A KIND OF SPARK CAN MAKE TELEVISION BETTER FOR ALL OF US by Mhairi Brennan
    This month the University of Stirling published the largest ever study of autistic people’s research priorities (Cage, E et al, 2024) finding that they wanted research to focus on mental health and support rather than …
    By CSTonline, 95 words
  11. Curious British Telly
    The home of all those British TV shows you thought you'd forgotten about... By Ben Ricketts. 🇬🇧 More info

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    YouTube Pick: My Brother David
    The tale of David Scarboro isn't one I was overly familiar with, but his short life and career on British television is, in itself, very much like the soap opera which defined his early fame. …
    By Ben Ricketts, 416 words
  12. Dirty Feed
    By John Hoare. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Canon.
    Here’s one thing which mildly irritates me. When I get round to watching an old film or comedy show which I haven’t seen before, and I decide to talk about it on whatever social media …
    By John J. Hoare, 243 words
  13. Doctor Who - BBC Latest News
    All the latest news and features from the world of Doctor Who. 🇬🇧 More info

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

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    It Was a Short Summer, Charlie Brown soundtrack vinyl for Record Store Day 2024
    Following on the success of last year's A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving album, Lee Mendelson Film Productions has announced the release of another classic Vince Guaraldi Peanuts soundtrack.It Was a Short Summer, Charlie Brown will be …
    By Scott McGuire, 717 words
  15. Forgotten Television Drama
    Uncovering the lost history of British TV drama. By John Hill, Lez Cooke, Billy Smart. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Armchair Theatre: The End of the Line (1970)
    Written by John le Carré, produced by John Kershaw and directed by Alan Cooke. Broadcast on ITV at 8.30pm on 29 June 1970. By Joseph Oldham Readers of the recently published book A Private Spy: …
    By john hill, 3,871 words
  16. Frock Flicks
    Costume movie reviews & podcast. More info

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    Trailers: It’s Finally Spring! Edition
    We’re always trying to track what historical costume movies and TV shows are coming up.
    By Kendra, 20 words
  17. futureprobe
    An affectionate tribute to, and commentary on, EPCOT Center, Star Trek, and other optimistic visions of the future. By David Landon. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Star Trek: Picard Season Three—The TNG Finale Band-Aid
    WARNING: This article contains spoilers for Star Trek: Picard Season Three, which as of this writing has been out for the better part of a year.In the spring of 1994 Star Trek fans were treated …
    By David Landon, 1,400 words
  18. Galactic Journey
    55 years ago: Science Fact and Fiction. By Gideon Marcus, Janice L. Newman, et al. 🇺🇸 More info

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    [March 4, 1969] Here Endeth The Lesson (Doctor Who: The Seeds Of Death [Parts 4-6])
    By Jessica Holmes “The Seeds Of Death” draws to a close, and time is running out for planet Earth. Let’s check in with the Doctor and company to see how humanity’s fate unfolds, and whether …
    By Jessica Holmes, 111 words
  19. GIGA WHO
    STILL HAUNTING THE EMPIRE. 🇬🇧 More info

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    I love you. Get out!
    “I’d like to see a butterfly fit into a chrysalis case after it’s spread its wings.” —Second Doctor, shortly after beginning to exist (1966) They’re restarting NuWho – I told you so. When Russell T. …
    By cc, 67 words
  20. gralefrit - Home
    One of Britain’s busiest and most well respected comedy writers. Which probably isn't saying much. By Joel Morris. 🇬🇧 More info

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    TWO MINUTES OF THE SIMPSONS
    TO ORDER YOUR COPY OF 'COMEDY BASIC' AND SUPPORT THE PROJECT, GETTING YOUR NAME IN PRINT AND, OOH, LOADS OF OTHER GOODIES, FOLLOW THIS LINK.This chapter will almost certainly hit the cutting room floor before …
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