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Worlds Apart: The Unofficial and Unauthorised Guide to the BBC's Remake of Survivors 1 edition

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One of the standout televisual highlights of recent years, the BBC's 2008-2010 revival of post-apocalyptic TV drama Survivors succeeded in remaining true to the essence of the original series whilst delivering strong characters and storylines, and a hauntingly modern setting. Starring Julie Graham, Paterson Joseph, Max Beesley, Zoë Tapper, Phillip Rhys, Nikki Amuka-Bird and Chahak Patel, the remake proved to be a series which could be enjoyed both by those coming to the show with no memories or awareness of its predecessor and enthusiasts of Terry Nation's original.

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Worlds Apart
The Unofficial and Unauthorised Guide to the BBC's Remake of Survivors

Published 2010 by Classic TV Press in Cambridge .

Table of Contents

Introduction 1
Then and Now... 6
Nation's Original Novel 24
Series One 31
Credits 34
'Welcome to the New World': The Remaking of Survivors 37
Episode One 91
Episode Two 103
Episode Three 112
Episode Four 121
Episode Five 131
Episode Six 141
Viewers and Critics 152
The Old World and the New
Survivors on Screen in 1975 and 2008 159
Survivors and the Business of Surviving 168
Survivors and its Characters 170
Themes and Issues in Survivors 180
Series Two 195
Credits 198
Series Two: The 'Fight to Survive' 203
Episode One 222
Episode Two 231
Episode Three 237
Episode Four 245
Episode Five 253
Episode Six 260
The End of All Things? 268
Location Guide 271
Appendices 293
1 Survivors (1975-7) Episode Guide 294
2 Cast Credits 301
Photo Credits 308
About the Author 310

The Physical Object

Format
Paperback
Number of pages
310
Dimensions
21.8 x 15.4 x 2 centimeters

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL24385404M
ISBN 10
0956100015
ISBN 13
9780956100016
Amazon.com
0956100015

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