Well At Least It’s Free is a collection of columns and features from Tim Worthington’s many and varied adventures in the world of fanzines, websites, and forewords to books about long-running BBC children’s programmes. Within its pages you will find extended thoughts on Doctor Who (especially if it’s in black and white and features Daleks), Watch With Mother, Lost, Heroes, Tales From Europe, Life On Mars, Hardwicke House, Primeval, Zokko!, Syd Barrett-era Pink Floyd, more children’s television drama serials and failed sci-fi/fantasy small-screen blockbusters than you probably ever wanted to acknowledge existed, and the identity of the books on the shelf behind Bagpuss.
What’s more, they’ve all been revised, updated, and generally bolstered with new facts and figures, and there’s a couple of never-before-seen extras in there too. You can get Well At Least It’s Free in paperback here or from the Kindle Store here.
Well At Least It’s Free – the book that started ‘it’ all!
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