May 26, 2011 by Graham Kibble-White
…in book form.
It weighs in at over 300,000 words and 678 pages. Any profits from this endeavour will go to British Alzheimer’s charities.
In the meantime, website TV Cream is running a competition until June 3, 2011, where you can win a special version of the book. See here for more details.
January 14, 2010 by Graham Kibble-White
With the recent technical difficulties and all (still not resolved at the time of writing, but our webhosts have now fallen silent, so who knows?) I’ve been prompted to make a decision about this site’s future, or lack of.
As of today – and fast on the back of Ian’s excellent and final chart of the decade - there will be no more updates on offthetelly.co.uk. However, it will remain online, as is, until its HTML rusts into pixel dust… or someone pulls the plug. I will, though, be switching off the comments in due course.
The thing is, the recent technical kerfuffle really brought it home to me that I no longer have the time or the appetite to keep this thing running. When it looked like it might be wiped off the web altogether I actually felt – well – a fair bit of relief.
In addition, I also firmly believe OTT’s time has passed. We’ve done 10 years of this and it was lots of fun, right? Read the story »
January 2, 2010 by Graham Kibble-White
It was the year in which The X Factor notched up its best ever ratings, Torchwood turned into a critically acclaimed BBC1 ratings blockbuster, C4 struggled to produce any memorable comedy, Not Going Out and Primeval were both axed… and then recommissioned, Chris Tarrant yet again failed to nail it with a Millionaire successor, and Richard and Judy got off the TV sofa, possibly for good.
So, 2009. Here’s how we saw it »
From the blogOTT’s chart of the decade
Time for the final update to our list of the most-watched telly of the 2000s. Read More →OTT fatal error!
Wondering why – yet again – OTT is fast heading down the gurgler? Read More →The Y Factor
What’s Jeremy Hunt MP, Shadow Culture Secretary, discussing here? Read More →
More reviewsDoctor Who
What is Doctor Who without hope? Read More →The Beatles: on Record
Prefab Sprout have just released an album written and recorded 17 years ago. Read More →The Cube
“The games they play are very simple – but when they play them inside the Cube… Read More →As Seen on TV
The problem with panel shows is audiences have become accustomed to them being one of two things… Read More →Torchwood: Children of Earth