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TV Years Magazine-Issue 5

8 reviews

TV Years Magazine - Issue 5

From the makers of TV Choice is a great magazine called TV Years. We are excited to be offering issue 5 which is a voyage through the classic science fiction shows that you love!

The magazine includes an interview with Jamie Anderson and a large feature on Space:1999! A perfect addition or should we say edition for The Official Gerry Anderson Store.

Magazine Features are:

Space: 1999
Doctor Who
Sapphire & Steel
Blake's 7
Red Dwarf
Day of The Triffids
The Tomorrow People
Star Maidens
Hitch Hikers
Crime Traveller
Captain Zep
and much more
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4.8 Based on 8 Reviews
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    SL
    02/12/2020
    Steven L.
    Australia Australia
    Great magazine

    Great look back at a range of shows

    DL
    12/20/2019
    David L.
    Australia Australia
    Sci-Fi - FAB

    I love this old retro stuff. Will be some good reading.

    TF
    11/02/2019
    Terry F.
    United Kingdom United Kingdom
    Spectrum disks

    Box12stars disks 15 stars Need I say more

    AZ
    10/25/2019
    Anthony Z.
    Australia Australia
    Trip down TV Memory Lane

    Great value and revisitation of classic childhood Sci-Fi TV shows. Die-hard fans may not learn too much new, though it is nice to have a synopsis, some rare photos and a collection of interviews (including Paul Darrow's last) in one volume. There will be shows you have missed or hadn't thought about for years. An interview with Jamie Anderson showing some of his father's priceless models rounds out this bumper volume!

    ML
    09/20/2019
    Mark L.
    Australia Australia
    Retro Fun

    I was so surprised, it is a Bumpa Sci-fi issue. Heaps of interesting articles and pictures. It even mentioned Phoenix 5, which I watched as a young guy, that no one else had ever heard of. I also found out the name of a series I vaguely remember from the 1970s, but couldn't remember the title. The Fantastic Voyage. Enjoyed the article with Jamie Anderson..... Definitely worth the purchase. I've still got a lot more to read. Mark

       

    Reasons to buy

    • Support Anderson Entertainment's work celebrating and continuing the legacy of Gerry Anderson;
    • Friendly and helpful customer service team;
    • Unique products not available anywhere else;
    • Most exclusive products manufactured in, and despatched from, the UK and shipped worldwide.

    Please note that not all items are held in stock and some items are made to order. For manufacture on demand items we are typically dispatching within 72 hours plus shipping time which is 3 or 4 days within the UK. As these products are made to order we are unable to accept returns.

    Customer Reviews
    4.8 Based on 8 Reviews
    Write a Review

    Thank you for submitting a review!

    Your input is very much appreciated. Share it with your friends so they can enjoy it too!

    Filter Reviews:
      SL
      02/12/2020
      Steven L.
      Australia Australia
      Great magazine

      Great look back at a range of shows

      DL
      12/20/2019
      David L.
      Australia Australia
      Sci-Fi - FAB

      I love this old retro stuff. Will be some good reading.

      TF
      11/02/2019
      Terry F.
      United Kingdom United Kingdom
      Spectrum disks

      Box12stars disks 15 stars Need I say more

      AZ
      10/25/2019
      Anthony Z.
      Australia Australia
      Trip down TV Memory Lane

      Great value and revisitation of classic childhood Sci-Fi TV shows. Die-hard fans may not learn too much new, though it is nice to have a synopsis, some rare photos and a collection of interviews (including Paul Darrow's last) in one volume. There will be shows you have missed or hadn't thought about for years. An interview with Jamie Anderson showing some of his father's priceless models rounds out this bumper volume!

      ML
      09/20/2019
      Mark L.
      Australia Australia
      Retro Fun

      I was so surprised, it is a Bumpa Sci-fi issue. Heaps of interesting articles and pictures. It even mentioned Phoenix 5, which I watched as a young guy, that no one else had ever heard of. I also found out the name of a series I vaguely remember from the 1970s, but couldn't remember the title. The Fantastic Voyage. Enjoyed the article with Jamie Anderson..... Definitely worth the purchase. I've still got a lot more to read. Mark

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