Read more →
Fresh from the unexpected success of asking Robert Llewellyn for an interview, here is an equally exclusive Norman Lovett interview.
I emailed him, he agreed, I emailed the questions, he emailed me the answers. And so is the process that let to this interview. Not quite as good as being sat in front of him with a Dictaphone and a notepad but what the hey, this is still an interview with Robert Llewellyn! Enjoy.
Today, we are able to bring you two very good guides about the programme. What’s In A Name? details the alternate titles for episodes, and we’ve added a guide to the Supporting Characters for The End. Naturally, we’ll be doing the same for all the other characters in due course. Also, we’ve handily archived the older news articles, as this front page was becoming gargantuan. Have a nice bank holiday. We won’t. We’ll be working on this site. I hope you’re satisfied.
As with Series I, Series II was eagerly anticipated and pre-ordered from Play as soon as it was listed. I'm not sure if this puts you on the top of the pile for despatch for what, but for the second time I received my DVD on the Saturday, a whole two days before the release date. Marvelous.
This suited me down to the ground as I was attending the official launch on the Monday so I was able to get some good watching in before hand.
On the 24th April 2002 I pre-ordered my copy of Red Dwarf Series I on DVD. Back then I had no idea what to expect. In fact back then I assumed we would have the re-mastered episodes and a few paltry extras.