Tim Worthington has been writing for websites, fanzines, and anywhere else fool enough to let him for a frightening number of years. This is a selection of highlights, lowlights and just plain weird-lights, including features on Lost, Heroes, Pink Floyd, Hamble from Play School, ITV's most controversial sitcom, and far too much about Doctor Who. Especially if it's in black and white.
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By Ben Baker
May 1, 2011
Ive been following Tim Worthington's writings for nearly a decade now - from the archived issues of his old Paintbox fanzine to work for various other zines (the superb This Way Up in particular) and I'm happy to call him a friend too which is precisely half of less than sod all as to why I recommend this book. The thing that attracted me to Tim's work was his enthusiasm and desire to learn more about certain TV shows, films, bands and other elements of entertainment ephemera - all starting in an era pre-Wiki and easily YouTubed video footage. This book does its best to preserve the feeling of that wobbly movie you once saw at your cousin's 15 years ago but could never remember the title of, the band you bought the only single by and assumed no-one else had ever heard of and that exciting promise that somebody might know somebody who might have once seen some production slides from part three of The Macra Terror. If you're fascinated by pop culture and dream in monochrome, this book... More > is undoubtedly for you....< Less
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