Red Dwarf X. Will it be any good?

Just read about how important it is to make your blog headlines a question. So the answer is, yes it will.

And here’s the news.

Red Dwarf X, episode one is to be broadcast in the UK on Thursday October 4th at 9pm

The new series of 6 parts was recorded in front of a live audience at Shepperton Studios and each episode will run for a full 30 minutes, which means it’ll run at more like 40 minutes including commercial breaks.

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Red Dwarf X. Will it be any good?

Just read about how important it is to make your blog headlines a question. So the answer is, yes it will.

And here’s the news.

Red Dwarf X, episode one is to be broadcast in the UK on Thursday October 4th at 9pm

The new series of 6 parts was recorded in front of a live audience at Shepperton Studios and each episode will run for a full 30 minutes, which means it’ll run at more like 40 minutes including commercial breaks.

ends.


Red Dwarf X. Will it be any good?

Just read about how important it is to make your blog headlines a question. So the answer is, yes it will.

And here’s the news.

Red Dwarf X, episode one is to be broadcast in the UK on Thursday October 4th at 9pm

The new series of 6 parts was recorded in front of a live audience at Shepperton Studios and each episode will run for a full 30 minutes, which means it’ll run at more like 40 minutes including commercial breaks.

ends.


Red Dwarf X. The Nose.

Just last week the new teaser trailer was released by UKTV, the people who bring you Dave.

Many questions flooded in, here is yet another go at answering them.

Red Dwarf X is a new series, 6 episodes, recorded in front of an audience early this year.

The new series will first be broadcast on Dave in the UK later this year, UKTV haven’t released a date yet, but a good guess is the end of September.

Kryten does have a new head, spare head X with a newly designed nose. Some people don’t like his new nose and obviously, being a slightly neurotic and overly sensitive mechanoid, he’s a little miffed. 

The only explanation I can give about the nose is that for each new series of Red dwarf, a new cast is made from my head. This cast is then scultpted by make up artists into a mould for Kryten’s rubber features. There have been subtle variations in the design over the years, all I can say is, you get used to the new nose very quickly and now, having watched the entire series, I became supremely unaware that is it any different.

As soon as I have more news, I will post it here. If you have a question, please scroll down this blog as I have posted numerous updates over the past 10 months, the answer may be here.

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OMD-related events at Wirral Festival of Firsts

There are 2 OMD associated events at the Wirral Festival of Firsts taking place in Hoylake Wirral next week.

On Wed 4th July at 7.30 PM there is an audience with Andy McCluskey at the Holiday Inn Hoylake. Andy will be asked questions by John Gorman of The Scaffold who is the Festival Director. There will be open questions for the audience to participate at the end. Entrance is £10 with money going to charity.

On Sun 8th July at 7.30PM there will be a premier of a new play called Enola Gay that features a split stage showing the flight deck of the Enola Gay as it heads toward Hiroshima and the lounge/bedroom of a Japanese lady in Hiroshima on the morning of drooping of the atom bomb. This will be at St Lukes Church Hoylake. Tickets are £8.

Red Dwarf is 24 years old

Yes indeed ladies and gentlemen, Red Dwarf is 24 years old today. The very first episode was broadcast on this day in 1988. 

The new series, Red Dwarf X will be broadcast later this year on Dave in the UK and then everywhere else in the known universe soon after. The exact dates are still not known I’ve been told, sometime late September, early November. Six new episodes, recorded in front of an audience, classic Red Dwarf.

Here is a silly clip we did a couple of weeks ago, and by the way, the studio was very cold, hence the coats.

Can’t embed the video for some reason.