PAUL SAFFER on pop stars who’ve swapped roadies for rosettes.
From 1886, it’s the greatest ever horror story, re-read by ALWYN TURNER.
ALWYN TURNER encounters Guy Boothby’s evil mastermind from the 1890s.
An early George Robey/Sax Rohmer song, resuscitated for Hallowe’en by ALWYN TURNER.
DAN ATKINSON revisits Len Deighton’s first novel from 1962.
ALWYN TURNER on the top ten from 45 years ago, featuring Slade, Leo Sayer and Sweet Sensation.
How angry is Philip Larkin’s Oxford novel from 1946, asks DAN ATKINSON.
ALWYN TURNER on the top pop hits from the month that gave us Ceefax and Kung Fu Fighting.