Our latest project will be materialising on Saturday 1st April 2023. Longing for Longleat is another free digital publication, following in the footsteps of our two Blackpool books, this time looking at the iconic Doctor Who exhibition in Longleat, Wiltshire. This time, the special focus is the show’s 20th anniversary year, and the infamous ‘Celebration’Continue reading “Longing for Longleat”
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Get Up Close on 29th April
Up Close, the new ebook project from our co-conspirator Alex Storer will be available for free download from this site on Friday 29th April. Following the success of Blackpool Remembered and Blackpool Revisited, Alex felt the need to keep writing and reminiscing, and to expand on some of the things covered in his own earlierContinue reading “Get Up Close on 29th April”
Coming soon: Up Close
Our partner in nostalgia, Alex Storer has been busy working on a new project. Delving back into the worlds of Doctor Who, Up Close will be another free digital publication exploring the various aspects of fandom. Up Close further explores some of the items featured in Alex’s 2011 book, Who, Where & When, and is packed withContinue reading “Coming soon: Up Close”
Blackpool Revisited – out today!
Blackpool Revisited is now available to download – completely for free. We hope you enjoy reading it as much as we have loved writing and compiling it. Leave us a comment here or on Twitter. Enjoy your trip back to Blackpool. Who said time travel wasn’t possible?!
Blackpool Remembered, revised and updated.
Following additional information and corrections from our lovely readers, Blackpool Remembered has been revised and updated. Various typos or grammatical errors have been fixed, but the main update concerns the year-by-year exhibition floor plans. This part of the book was always going to be a work in progress, but with the help of Philip BrennanContinue reading “Blackpool Remembered, revised and updated.”
Blackpool Remembered OUT NOW!
The August Bank Holiday weekend was a time when the Collier family would traditionally be making their way up to Blackpool – which for young John, meant it would soon be time to descend those famous stairs once again, to see the year’s new exhibits at the Doctor Who exhibition, hidden beneath the surface ofContinue reading “Blackpool Remembered OUT NOW!”