Red Dwarf XII Episode 1 recording report – A big start!!

CRIbjz0WEAAh8HiSeries XI is barely in the can but already the production of season XII is in full swing. It started officially on January the 20th with several long cold night shoots on the coldest days of the year. Obviously not the healthiest thing to do and the lovely Chris Barrie must have fallen victim to the icy temperatures as he was quite unwell over the week and had to miss several pre-shoots.

Here to tell us all about this weeks live recordings are Tim Shaw, Doctor/Donna and Richard Gladstone – thank you all!! Read the rest of this entry »

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Red Dwarf XI Episode 5 recording report – A difficult night …

imageedit_1_8702850431gThe recording of Red Dwarf XI Episode 5 was probably one of the toughest recording nights in the series history. Fire alarms, a malfunction, missing lines and long set changes all conspired against cast and crew. Read the rest of this entry »

Red Dwarf XI Episode 4 recording report – The best yet?

ghhghgjgThe buzz before Friday’s recording was that this one would be different from all those that had gone before and afterwards the reactions on Twitter suggested it had worked.
Words like “amazing” and “best ever” were posted by satisfied fans that attended the recordings. Read the rest of this entry »

Red Dwarf XI Episode 3 recording report

CRIbjz0WEAAh8HiQuite a different kind of atmos this week: with two episodes where the entire cast was involved (even though the second story was Cat centred) this week Kryten took centre stage. The android was faced with a difficult dilemma. Read the rest of this entry »

Red Dwarf XI recordings week 2 + pictures

By Andrew Lawston

By Andrew Lawston

On Friday night another week of hard work and long hours drew to a close for the boys from the Dwarf after another high energy live recording. Read the rest of this entry »

Red Dwarf XI: The first live recording and the week leading up to it …

CRIbjz0WEAAh8HiAfter months of hard work from the cast, crew and all those associated with Red Dwarf XI the first live recording took place on Friday night. We can’t tell you much, but we can tell you that it was a resounding success: a strong, funny tense and exciting story with strong acting from the entire cast. Read the rest of this entry »

Manchester event: Red Dwarf: Special selection (1988 to present)

red_dwarf_dave_1A special night for Red Dwarf fans at Manchester Cathedral tomorrow. Read the rest of this entry »

Red Dwarf pre-production has well and truly started

CRIbjz0WEAAh8HiThe last two weeks there have been some big movements in the development of series 11 and 12 of Red Dwarf. Let’s take a look at the news so far: Read the rest of this entry »

Was Gordon Wellesley Brittas a 20th Century Don Quixote?

CK12l2PWUAE0Iwl“There is either the maddest wise man or the wisest mad man in the world”

For many, many years I’ve been a fan of the story of “Don Quixote” the “Man from La Mancha” ever since I heard the songs from the 1964 musical performed on a TV show in the late 1980’s. Getting older I understood the song lyrics true meaning and became gripped by the story itself. The story written by Miguel de Cervantes between 1605 and 1615 was both satire and tragedy rolled into one. The sad tale of a man valiantly trying to do good but failing every time, unaware others see him as a joke. Oblivious of being mocked and despised even when it is done to his face. Read the rest of this entry »

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