Everybody watches Doctor Who the wrong way. Ever since the widespread availability of VCR's and their subsequently more advanced offspring, fans of the show have been able to watch Doctor Who whenever they want and in whatever order they want. This is not how the show should be watched. It's about an evolving narrative over forty years. This book is the fifth in a series that chronicles, analyses and reviews all of Doctor Who in the order it was shown, episode-by-episode, as it should have been watched. Isn't it about time you did the same?This book covers the Peter Davison incarnation of the Doctor....
Genre: Arts & Photography, Television, Nonfiction
Size: 178 pages
Free eBook download for Kindle from 25 February 2017 onward
This book is perfect for anyone who wants to do any kind of writing and just can't get going. Maybe you started something, put it down, and it's still waiting for you. Or, you have an idea but can't get yourself to sit down and put it on paper, or into your computer. Or, perhaps you see yourself as a procrastinator. Or something else is going on.
Whatever your issue, this little book can guide you into action. Why not take a chance, and learn "How to Overcome Writer's Block" right now?!...
Genre: Arts & Photography, Television, Nonfiction, Self-Help & Counselling, Self-Help
Size: 37 pages
Free eBook download for Kindle from 22 February 2017 onward
Read these short extracts from Alan Sugar's Unscripted: My Ten Years in Telly and remind yourself why you tune in to watch him on TV. His witty put-downs, laser-beam glare and no-nonsense approach have won him legions of fans on the BBC's award-winning show The Apprentice. But how has the East End boy turned multi-millionaire - a man famously allergic to wafflers - coped for ten years in the arty-farty world of television? Of course he did it his way, as he reveals in the extracts featured in Unscripted Extras. He describes why he can never be scripted, remembers some of his famous putdowns in the boardroom and cringes at a lead balloon moment. He also explains to a baggy-jumpered beanie-hat-wearing young director that he will not be spending all day filming a five-minute trail and refu...
Genre: Arts & Photography, Television, Biography & True Accounts, Professionals & Academics, Specific Groups, Nonfiction
Free eBook download for Kindle from 02 February 2017 onward
Music videos were once something broadcast by MTV and received on our TV screens. Today, music videos are searched for, downloaded, and viewed on our computer screens -- or produced in our living rooms and uploaded to social media. In We Used to Wait, Rebecca Kinskey examines this shift. She investigates music video as a form, originally a product created by professionals to be consumed by nonprofessionals; as a practice, increasingly taken up by amateurs; and as a literacy, to be experimented with and mastered. Kinskey offers a short history of the music video as a communicative, cultural form, describing the rise and fall of MTV's Total Request Live and the music video's resurgence on YouTube. She examines recent shifts in viewing and production practice, tracing the trajectory of music ...
Genre: Arts & Photography, Film & Video, Television, Nonfiction, Education & Reference, Education, Politics & Social Sciences, Social Sciences
Size: 120 pages
Free eBook download for Kindle from 30 January 2017 onward