The Guinness Book of Classic TV by Paul Cornell, Martin Day and Keith Topping — Archive Television Musings

Imagine, if you can, a time before the Internet. Back in those far off days, obtaining information about your favourite television programme (especially if it was slightly obscure) was both difficult and time-consuming. So The Guinness Book of Classic TV (2nd edition, 1996) was a real godsend. To be able to have episode guides close […]

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