- an introduction to the blog and why I am writing it. Posted on 17th January 2016
2. A message from the stars: A for Andromeda , BBC TV, 1961. Posted on 25th January 2016
3. A storm from the desert: The Andromeda Breakthrough, BBC TV, 1962. Posted on 27th January 2016
4. Falling off the tightrope: The Day of the Triffids by John Wyndham (1951). Posted on 25th February 2016.
5. The man who owned the world: The Sleeper Awakes by H G Wells (1898 and 1910). Posted on 10th March 2016
6. Doctor Who and the Communist: the work and politics of Malcolm Hulke. Posted on 18th March 2016.
7. If the Victorians had had computers; The Difference Engine by Willam Gibson and Bruce Sterling (1990). Posted on 10th April 2016.
8. “All that is solid melts into air”: Mutant 59: the Plastic Eater by Kit Pedler and Gerry Davis (1972) Posted on 3rd May 2016.
9. “Prophets of Doom,”: an interview with Kit Pedler and Gerry Davis in The Guardian, 13 December 1973. Posted on 9th May 2016
10. Terror from the ocean deeps: The Kraken Wakes by John Wyndham (1953) Posted on 28th May 2016.
11. Imagining a socialist Manchester: The Sorcery Shop, an impossible Romance by Robert Blatchford (1907).
12. Time travel with a twist: October the First is Too Late by Fred Hoyle (1966). Posted on 9th July 2016.
13. Nuclear and mental meltdown: Brainrack by Kit Pedler and Gerry Davis (1974). Posted on 19th August 2016.
14. The Doctor who fell to Earth,: looking back at the classic Doctor Who serial “Spearhead From Space” by Robert Holmes. BBC TV, 1970. Posted on 22nd August 2016.
16. Loving the alien: The Fifth Planet by Fred and Geoffrey Hoyle (1963). Posted on 17th September 2016.
17. “Watch Thou for the Mutant,”: The Chrysalids by John Wyndham (1955). Posted on 14th October 2016
18. The golden-eyed Children: The Midwich Cuckoos by John Wyndham (1957) Posted on th November 2016
19. “This is our planet,”: looking back at the classic Doctor Who serial “Doctor Who and the Silurians” by Malcolm Hulke. BBC TV, 1970. Posted 24 November 2016.
20. The day the Sun went out: The Black Cloud by Fred Hoyle (1957). Posted on 21st December 2016.
21. We come in peace: looking back at the classic Doctor Who serial “The Ambassadors of Death” by Malcolm Hulke. BBC TV, (1970). Posted 12 January 2017.
22. Loving the Alien: Memors of a Spacewoman by Naomi Mitchison. Posted on 5 February 2017.
23. “Reader I…” Unwillingly To Earth by Pauline Ashwell (1992) Posted on 2 April 2017.
24. A god of death is born: The Word for World is Forest by Ursula Le Guin (1972). Posted on 31 May 2017.
25. Fallen Angel? : Occupy Me by Tricia Sullivan (2016). Posted 26 June 2017.
26. What dreams may come: The Lathe of Heaven by Ursula Le Guin (1971). posted on 14 July 2017.
27. When a planet falls in love: The Planet Dweller by Jane Palmer (1985). Posted on 21 July 2017
28. Fight the power (drain): The Watcher by Jane Palmer (1986. Posted on 31 July 2017.
29. Encounters of the seventh kind: Queen of the States by Jospehine Saxton (1986). Posted on 7 August 2017
30. You’ll believe a woman can fly: The Wanderground by Sally Ann Gearhart. (1985) Posted on 27 August 2017.
31 . Mrs Peel, we’re needed: Passing for Human by Jody Scott. (1986). Posted on 20 September 2017.
32. A country without men: Herland by Charlotte Perkins Gilman (1915). Posted on 12 October 2017
33. Fire from the skies; Hartmann the Anarchist by E Douglas Fawcett, Posted on 17 November 2017.
34. Howzat: Doctor Who and the Krikkitmen by James Goss. Posted on 31 December 2017.
35. A visitor from Oitar, The Sykaos Papers by E P Thompson (1988). Posted on 2 January 2018.