By Rich Cross Last updated on 01 January 1970, 00:00:00
Fantom Publishing's audiobook version of Alwyn W Turner's book Terry Nation: The Man Who Invented the Daleks
February 21 2021, 13:39
The different fates of Abby Grant's son
January 18 2021, 08:41
Jenny Richards is reunited with Abby Grant but, at a nearby power station, they encounter some unexpected fellow travellers
A lonely voice on the radio calls out across the ether. Maddie Price is a long way from home, but not yet ready to give up hope
New location finds from series one's Gone to the Angels
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
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.
BIG FINISH RELEASED a two-hour 'in conversation' session with Carolyn Seymour (Abby Grant) in April 2021.
ALL THREE SERIES of Survivors are available to stream, and to download for offline viewing, from the subscription-based and ad-free Britbox service.
A CONTROVERSIAL BID to reinstate the rail line along what is now the Monsal Trail has run into opposition from the public and the Peak Park authority.