Between 1999 and 2009, Off The Telly was a place where the enthusiastically well-viewed could go to read, or even contribute to, an ever growing number of intelligently written and painstakingly researched articles, reviews, interviews and features relating to all matters televisual, past and present. From programmes universally regarded as TV classics, to little-known gems unlikely ever to find their way into a Blu-ray boxset, to offerings that even the creators might prefer everyone had long forgotten about, if it had flickered to life in the living rooms of Britain over the last fifty years, it was likely to be examined by OTT’s hardy team of contributors. This book makes no claim to change how you view television. But if you love the medium, you should enjoy OTT’s (well-viewed) views of it. All profits from the sale of this book are to be donated to UK Alzheimer's charities.
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