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SFX: The Sci-Fi and Fantasy Magazine - - Letters -

Brett Hold­away ( who reck­ons a re­booted Blake’s 7 would be “just the dystopian drama we need”); Stephen Dunne ( sim­i­larly con­vinced by Blake’s 7, but only if it ’s given to “the Amer­i­cans” along with Doc­tor Who – eww, no); Gary Pratt ( sug­gest­ing au­thor Paul Cor­nell’s James Quill char­ac­ter as per­fect Satur­day night TV fare); Paul Sav­age ( sick and tired of shows be­ing axed on cliffhang­ers); Christo­pher Daniels ( hop­ing his beloved UFO never gets re­vived); Del Robert­son Somerville ( be­moan­ing Celebrity Ski Jump and re­lated sched­ule- fillers); Neill McCarthy ( ar­gu­ing that the true pro­gram­ming blip was the time there were loads of genre shows on UKTV – we hope not); Stephen Graves (“DC is em­bar­rassed by the fact that they’re mak­ing su­per­hero movies”); Jonathan Mock ( gut­ted that Chuck Nor­ris isn’t lined up for In­de­pen­dence Day 2 “so he can beard- punch ET”); Steve Jewess ( rightly point­ing out that the CG Thun­der­birds isn’t ac­tu­ally meant for those of us that grew up with the wonky pup­pets); Matt Lan­g­ley ( push­ing for a Lego Doc­tor Who videogame); Terry West­mor­land (“Ely­sium was ter­ri­ble. Dis­trict 9 was hor­rid… Neill Blomkamp should go make day­time soaps”); John Con­way ( prais­ing BBC Ra­dio 4’ s genre con­tent); Alice Caven­der ( dis­ap­pointed that we didn’t in­clude an au­dio cat­e­gory in our awards – maybe next time, but we’d en­cour­age ev­ery­one to write in and tell us their favourite au­dios nonethe­less!); Mark Jef­freys (“What was all the hype about over For­ti­tude? If it went any slower it would be in dan­ger of go­ing back­wards!”); MD Doornkamp (“You stopped re­view­ing TV shows be­cause they were be­neath you” – not at all; we re­view TV shows on­line, so you get bang up to date re­views, and lots of them!)… and many, many more…

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