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THE FANTASTIC INTERGALACTIC ADVENTURES OF STANLEY AND LIVINGSTON UK EDITION By Marco Palmer, Rodney Matthews
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Stanley and Livingston are the greatest explorers in the universe. By means of a mysterious porcelain ring known as a Star Flush, Stanley and Livingston are able to traverse the galaxies. Along with... More > an 18 ton giant golden sabre-toothed tabby cat, a bizarre alien beast called a gumpathump, and four robot porters, Stanley and Livingston venture into deepest, darkest outer space to explore other planets. But all is not well in the cosmos! Power-mad psychiatrist, Dr. Sigmund Looz and two lunatics from his group therapy sessions have been unleashed on an unsuspecting universe through the Star Flush. Monsters! Machines! Strange alien races and places! Perilous predicaments! It's all here!< Less
THE FANTASTIC INTERGALACTIC ADVENTURES OF STANLEY AND LIVINGSTON UK EDITION By Rodney Matthews, Marco Palmer
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Stanley and Livingston are the greatest explorers in the universe. By means of a mysterious porcelain ring known as a Star Flush, Stanley and Livingston are able to traverse the galaxies. Along with... More > an 18 ton giant golden sabre-toothed tabby cat, a bizarre alien beast called a gumpathump, and four robot porters, Stanley and Livingston venture into deepest, darkest outer space to explore other planets. But all is not well in the cosmos! Power-mad psychiatrist, Dr. Sigmund Looz and two lunatics from his group therapy sessions have been unleashed on an unsuspecting universe through the Star Flush. Monsters! Machines! Strange alien races and places! Perilous predicaments! It's all here!< Less
Man in a Suitcase: ITC-land Volume 1 By Rodney Marshall, Matthew Lee
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Lew Grade’s pioneering ITC company created a production line of quirky new drama series for British Independent Television in the 1960s, fulfilling a vision of providing entertaining, colour... More > film series for a global market. In the first of a proposed series of critical guides, Avengers expert Rodney Marshall and television historian Matthew Lee explore ITC’s Man in a Suitcase. Their book offers new, inventive readings of all thirty episodes. Man in a Suitcase is a product of its mid-1960s context, exploring themes such as Cold War espionage and Swinging Sixties playgirls, yet most of the stories also have a timeless feel to them: political corruption, blackmail, murder, missing persons or money, art theft. Despite the private detective/bounty hunter formula, there are welcome elements of playfulness, quirkiness, surrealism and a healthy abundance of social and political critique. Man in a Suitcase cannot be simplistically labelled as ‘light entertainment’ given the dark subject matter and its treatment.< Less
Man in a Suitcase: ITC-land Volume 1 By Rodney Marshall, Matthew Lee
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Lew Grade’s pioneering ITC company created a production line of quirky new drama series for British Independent Television in the 1960s, fulfilling a vision of providing entertaining, colour... More > film series for a global market. In the first of a proposed series of critical guides, Avengers expert Rodney Marshall and television historian Matthew Lee explore ITC’s Man in a Suitcase. Their book offers new, inventive readings of all thirty episodes. Man in a Suitcase is a product of its mid-1960s context, exploring themes such as Cold War espionage and Swinging Sixties playgirls, yet most of the stories also have a timeless feel to them: political corruption, blackmail, murder, missing persons or money, art theft. Despite the private detective/bounty hunter formula, there are welcome elements of playfulness, quirkiness, surrealism and a healthy abundance of social and political critique. Man in a Suitcase cannot be simplistically labelled as ‘light entertainment’ given the dark subject matter and its treatment.< Less
Keys to the Kingdom By Rodney Fereday
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The ‘Keys to the Kingdom’ is a refreshing, simply crafted insight into the teachings of Jesus as found in St. Matthew’s Gospel. The writer shares his insights and feelings in a... More > touching way, which immediately encourages the reader to actually become engrossed in the discourse. The reader is challenged to be proactive by earthing their faith in practical action. Many questions are addressed in a practical way, enticing the reader to explore their own spirituality - as they begin to respond to the great commission - 'as they go' about their everyday lives. It promotes the idea of simple kindness. A quality the modern day world seems to have forgotten. If you feel there is something missing in your life, then this may help you find yourself.< Less
Blake's 7: A Critical Guide to Series 1-4 By Rodney Marshall
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Political satire, comic strip action adventure, science fiction, space opera, Orwellian dystopia, costume drama, Western...Drawing on a range of genres, Terry Nation’s Blake’s 7 resists... More > categorisation or labelling; a ground-breaking piece of television drama. Presenting itself as easy-viewing, early evening entertainment for a (largely) teenage audience – which, on one level, it was – it tackles state-surveillance, propaganda, corruption, genocide, revolution, and terrorism. Avengers expert Rodney Marshall turns his attention to Blake’s 7, offering unauthorised, entertaining, thought-provoking critical guides to all fifty-two episodes in Series 1-4. Horizon (the official Blake’s 7 fan club) moderator Alex Pinfold has added a Foreword to this third edition, while television historian Matthew Lee has penned an essay on Terry Nation and Blake’s 7. Combining dark humour, surrealism, shiny surfaces and dramatic depth, Blake’s 7 blurs the boundary between hero/villain. http://www.blakes7online.com/news.php< Less
Blake's 7: A Critical Guide to Series 1-4 By Rodney Marshall
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Political satire, comic strip action adventure, science fiction, space opera, Orwellian dystopia, costume drama, Western...Drawing on a range of genres, Terry Nation’s Blake’s 7 resists... More > categorisation or labelling; a ground-breaking piece of television drama. Presenting itself as easy-viewing, early evening entertainment for a (largely) teenage audience – which, on one level, it was – it tackles state-surveillance, propaganda, corruption, genocide, revolution, and terrorism. Avengers expert Rodney Marshall turns his attention to Blake’s 7, offering unauthorised, entertaining, thought-provoking critical guides to all fifty-two episodes in Series 1-4. Horizon (the official Blake’s 7 fan club) moderator Alex Pinfold has added a Foreword to this third edition, while television historian Matthew Lee has penned an essay on Terry Nation and Blake’s 7. Combining dark humour, surrealism, shiny surfaces and dramatic depth, Blake’s 7 blurs the boundary between hero/villain.< Less
Avengerland Regained By Rodney Marshall et al.
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The Avengers was a unique, genre-defying television series which blurred the traditional boundaries between ‘light entertainment’ and disturbing drama. It was a product of the... More > constantly-evolving 1960s yet retains a timeless charm. The creation of The New Avengers, in 1976, saw John Steed re-emerge, alongside two younger co-leads: sophisticated action girl Purdey and Gambit, a ‘hard man’ with a soft centre. The cultural context had changed – including the technology, music, fashions, cars, fighting styles and television drama itself – but Avengerland was able to re-establish itself. Nazi invaders, a third wave of cybernauts, Hitchcockian killer birds, a sleeping city, giant rat, a deadly health spa, a skyscraper with a destructive mind…The 1970s series is, paradoxically, both new yet also part of the rich, innovative Avengers history. Avengerland Regained draws on the knowledge of a broad range of experts and fans as it explores the final vintage of The Avengers.< Less
Avengerland Regained By Rodney Marshall et al.
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The Avengers was a unique, genre-defying television series which blurred the traditional boundaries between ‘light entertainment’ and disturbing drama. It was a product of the... More > constantly-evolving 1960s yet retains a timeless charm. The creation of The New Avengers, in 1976, saw John Steed re-emerge, alongside two younger co-leads: sophisticated action girl Purdey and Gambit, a ‘hard man’ with a soft centre. The cultural context had changed – including the technology, music, fashions, cars, fighting styles and television drama itself – but Avengerland was able to re-establish itself. Nazi invaders, a third wave of cybernauts, Hitchcockian killer birds, a sleeping city, giant rat, a deadly health spa, a skyscraper with a destructive mind…The 1970s series is, paradoxically, both new yet also part of the rich, innovative Avengers history. Avengerland Regained draws on the knowledge of a broad range of experts and fans as it explores the final vintage of The Avengers.< Less
The Four Keys to the Millennium By Jay Rogers et al.
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All Christians believe that their great God and Saviour, Jesus Christ, will one day return. Although we cannot know the exact time of his return, what exactly did Jesus mean when he spoke of the... More > signs of his coming (Matthew 24)? How are we to interpret the prophecies in Isaiah regarding the time when 'the earth will be full of the knowledge of the LORD as the waters cover the sea' (Isaiah 11:9)? Should we expect a time of great tribulation or reformation and revival before the Lord returns? How do we approach this inspired prophetic book? In what way do these approaches affect our interpretation of the thousand years of Revelation 20? Is the devil bound now, and are the saints reigning with Christ? These, and many more questions, are dealt with by the four authors in The Four Keys to the Millennium. The editor, Michael Meiring, also makes an analysis of the four essays, identifying the strengths and weaknesses of each view.< Less

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