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Fury from the Deep - A Relic of the Old Time - Hardcover By Alan Hayes
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CASEWRAP HARDCOVER (ANNUAL STYLE) Once upon a time before the internet and computers, there were things called typewriters and a wondrous television programme called Doctor Who. Love for the latter... More > drove young fans towards the use of the former and after much clacking at the unforgiving keys, many hundreds of fanzines were born. Some were good, some were bad and some were unintentionally hilarious. This book collects together all four original issues of one of those Doctor Who fanzines, Fury From The Deep, produced in 1979-80 by the fourteen year old Alan Hayes. It was never a classic, but over the space of thirty years and more, these fanzines have grown into a fascinating time capsule which afford a peek into the fan experience of a bygone age. Also presented in this collection are an engaging introduction by Alan Hayes, an afterword by Jim Mortimore and a series of contemporary letters to the editor from Doctor Who’s cast and crew.< Less
The Strange Case of the Missing Episodes - The Lost Stories of the Avengers Series 1 By Alan Hayes, Richard McGinlay, Alys Hayes
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EPUB Version. In the mid-Sixties, The Avengers proved itself to be a cultural phenomenon. Despite its quintessential Englishness, it transcended international barriers, and established itself as... More > British television’s most successful export of the day. Today, it remains hugely popular, perhaps because of the schizophrenic nature of the show as it developed; it was a series of many colours, with something for everyone. But the earliest episodes of the show have, since their 1961 broadcast, disappeared from view, the vast majority of the recordings lost forever. The Strange Case of the Missing Episodes lifts the lid on that first year, and retells the stories in extended synopsis form, covering twenty-four episodes, often with script extracts, in greater depth than ever before. The book also boasts a detailed introduction, which explores how these much sought after programmes came to be lost, and a detailed retelling of an alternative, untransmitted version of the episode Double Danger.< Less
The Strange Case of the Missing Episodes - The Avengers PDF By Alan Hayes, Richard McGinlay, Alys Hayes
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PDF Version. In the mid-Sixties, The Avengers proved itself to be a cultural phenomenon. Despite its quintessential Englishness, it transcended international barriers, and established itself as... More > British television’s most successful export of the day. Today, it remains hugely popular, perhaps because of the schizophrenic nature of the show as it developed; it was a series of many colours, with something for everyone. But the earliest episodes of the show have, since their 1961 broadcast, disappeared from view, the vast majority of the recordings lost forever. The Strange Case of the Missing Episodes lifts the lid on that first year, and retells the stories in extended synopsis form, covering twenty-four episodes, often with script extracts, in greater depth than ever before. The book also boasts a detailed introduction, which explores how these much sought after programmes came to be lost, and a detailed retelling of an alternative, untransmitted version of the episode Double Danger.< Less
Fury from the Deep - A Relic of the Old Time [PDF] By Alan Hayes, Jim Mortimore
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ELECTRONIC EDITION (PDF) Once upon a time before the internet and computers, there were things called typewriters and a wondrous television programme called Doctor Who. Love for the latter drove... More > young fans towards the use of the former and after much clacking at the unforgiving keys, many hundreds of fanzines were born. Some were good, some were bad and some were unintentionally hilarious. This book collects together all four original issues of one of those Doctor Who fanzines, Fury From The Deep, produced in 1979-80 by the fourteen year old Alan Hayes. It was never a classic, but over the space of thirty years and more, these fanzines have grown into a fascinating time capsule which afford a peek into the fan experience of a bygone age. Also presented in this collection are an introduction by Alan Hayes, an afterword by Jim Mortimore and a series of contemporary letters to the editor from Doctor Who's cast and crew. Includes full colour sections exclusive to this electronic edition!< Less