All of the latest news from the world of Survivors, including cast appearances on screen, on audio and on stage, new projects, new archival sources, interviews and other developments.
Details of the very latest discoveries from across the UK, and news of the continuing search for the remaining filming locations used across three series of the show still to be tracked down.
A one-stop beginner's guide that takes you through every aspect of the Survivors phenomenon, including a three series episode guide and details of TV screenings and VHS and DVD releases.
In 2008, the BBC broadcast a 'reimagining' of Survivors that reset the pandemic in the present day. Find out more about the two series Survivors remake and its journey to the small screen.
An exploration of Survivors in print, including Terry Nation's 1976 novelisation, follow-up story Genesis of a Hero by 'John Eyers', guidebooks to the series, and academic studies of the show.
Audio drama specialists Big Finish launched the first of nine boxsets of new Survivors audio dramas in 2013, set at the time of the 1970s series and featuring original cast members.
AN AUDIO-BOOK EDITION of cultural historian Alwyn Turner's acclaimed Terry Nation: The Man Who Invented the Daleks has been released by Fantom Publishing.
This abridged version of Turner's exemplary study of Nation's screen writing craft is voiced by David Troughton - who in 1976 appeared in the role of young reprobate Stan in Lights of London, the third episode of series two of Survivors.
The audiobook of Terry Nation: The Man Who Invented the Daleks can be ordered direct from the Fantom Publishing site.
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