"Red Dwarf" Programme Guide - Chris Howarth Reviews
Description:ISBN 0753504022 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Chris Howarth, Steve Lyons / Edition: 3rd Revised edition / Paperback / 352 Pages / ... more
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Chris Howarth "Red Dwarf" Programme Guide
Pages: 359, Edition: 3rd Revised edition, Paperback, Virgin Books
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by - written on 15/08/09, updated on 16/08/09 (Very useful, 29 readings)
The Red Dwarf Programme Guide is a handy little companion book to the show that makes for interesting reading. It starts off with brief paragraph on the show's initial conception, which is then followed by colourful and detailed descriptions of the main characters as well as detailed backgrounds of the actors who played them, before going on to provide a detailed list of everyone involved in the production of the show throughout its various series, including both production team members and supporting actors. After this the vast majority of the book is given over to detailed descriptions of each episode, (up to and including those of the god-awful seventh ... Read the complete review
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