Interviews

By Rich Cross   Last updated on 28 February 2024, 13:31:56

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'I needed a centre of operations...'

The redesign and relaunch of the Survivors: A World Away site in 2021

February 13 2021, 14:32


Author of new Silver Imprint book on Mad Dog tells the story

The writer discusses his new book on the classic series three episode of Survivors

January 26 2022, 09:23


Interview with author Peter Hill

The author of Survivors: Genesis of a Hero and its sequel Survivors: Salvation talks to Survivors: A World Away

April 10 2021, 17:04


Interview: Alwyn W Turner

Author Alwyn W Turner discusses his 2011 study of Survivors' creator Terry Nation

December 28 2020, 16:20


Interview: Don Shaw

Don Shaw discusses his script writing career — including his four memorable scripts for Survivors

February 13 2021, 10:36


Interview: Pete Wallbank

Pete Wallbank discusses his work on the video sleeve illustrations he produced for the first two series of Survivors

December 28 2020, 20:42


Interview: Peter Duncan

Peter Duncan reflects on his time in Survivors, recalling his work on three episodes from 1976

December 28 2020, 11:34


Interview: Roger Monk

Roger Monk reflects on the month he spent working on three episodes of the second series of Survivors

December 28 2020, 11:32


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 Survivors 2:1 Dark Rain

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 Months after the plague, storms batter the country. As Abby resumes the search for her son, Jackie and Daniel fight for their lives

 Survivors 1:2 Exodus

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 Billions of people have died across the globe. Cities are rife with secondary diseases, and the survivors attempt to make their way out of London

 The Fourth Horseman location find

Jenny Richards encounters Tom Price on a rural hillside in Survivors episode The Fourth Horseman

 A long sought-after location from Survivors first ever episode has finally been tracked down

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Terry Nation's Survivors

 Survivors is a 38-episode, three series British post-apocalyptic TV series, created by Terry Nation, and first shown on BBC 1 between 1975 and 1977

 Two Survivors novel were published in the UK, USA and Italy in the seventies: Terry Nation's part-novelisation of the first TV series Survivors was published in 1976; with John Eyers' original follow-up Genesis of a Hero appearing the following year

 A 12-episode, two series remake of Survivors was broadcast on BBC One between 2008 and 2010

 A 36-episode, nine series run of new and original Survivors audio adventures, set in the time and place of the original programme, were released by Big Finish between 2014 and 2019

 Terry Nation's Survivors novel was released as an audiobook, voiced by Carolyn Seymour, in 2014

 Genesis of a Hero was reprinted and republished as a paperback and as a Kindle title in 2015

 A sequel to Genesis of a Hero, entitled Survivors: Salvation, was published in February 2021

 A six-episode original audio drama, Survivors: New Dawn, set two decades on from The Death was released in two three story box sets by Big Finish in November 2021 and February 2022

 Hampton Court features in Antiques Road Trip
Hampton Court features in Antiques Road Trip

HAMPTON COURT IN Herefordshire, a key filming location in the first series of Survivors, features in a new episode of the long-running BBC auction show Antiques Road Trip.

 Morris Perry: An actor's life
Morris Perry: An actor's life

THE RESPECTED CHARACTER actor Morris Perry, who died on 19 September 2021 at the age of 96, enjoyed a long and diverse career on television and on the stage.

 Hampton Court to open luxury holiday cottages in castle grounds
Hampton Court to open luxury holiday cottages in castle grounds

THE RECENTLY REVAMPED Hampton Court web site reveals the estate's plans to open 'luxury holiday cottages' in a 'quiet part of the grounds'

 Cult of... Survivors
<em>Cult of... Survivors</em>

A BRAND NEW documentary on Survivors first aired on BBC4 on Tuesday 5 December 2006 at 8.30pm as part of a series of programmes celebrating the history of British literary and small-screen science fiction.