The TV Room @ The Nice Rooms Webzine
All interviews / articles by gR unless otherwise stated.
Based in Australia, Sabrina Ferguson has been a staunch Follyfoot fan since the show first aired there in 1973. Read her exclusive article here at The Nice Rooms.
A trippy mix of surreal live action, over-sized puppets, ear-piercing sound effects, vivid colours, a screeching laughter track, and just about anything else that the producers could throw at the screen and through it.
In an exclusive interview for The Nice Rooms Howell Parry discusses this classic cult series.
"The Journey to the West stories - known in Japanese as Saiyuuki and on which Monkey is based - were written in China in the 16th century.
"..Then we have great writing, truly amazing writing, from McGoohan and the individual writers."
Read Rick Davy's amazing "Priz Facts" about the ultimate cult series here at The Nice Rooms.
"Johnny Goodman has said that Tony Curtis was a tricky character to handle but one thing he, Bob Baker, director Roy Ward Baker and Roger Moore have all agreed on was that he was technically a superb actor and brought a huge amount to the series."
Jaz Wiseman provides an exclusive article for The Nice Rooms!
The Nice Rooms is proud to present an exclusive interview with Jamie Anderson - Gerry Anderson's younger son, managing director of Anderson Entertainment and Series Producer of a new TV venture: Firestorm
September 2014 and updated January 2017
"...Unlike in later years, Steed and his associate Dr Keel were downing glasses of scotch rather than champagne, and sometimes they even dispensed with the glasses! They would invariably be chain smoking through the episodes too."
Alan Hayes in conversation with The Nice Rooms about the very early years of the classic cult TV series: The Avengers.
Thunderbirds, Space 1999, New Captain Scarlet, Stingray, UFO, Terrahawks, The Secret Service, The Protectors and more.
Ian Fryer lifts the lid on some of the most iconic Gerry Anderson programmes in an exclusive interview here at The Nice Rooms.
"Patrick McGoohan was Six Of One's Honorary President up until his death in 2009. He sent telegrams and communications over the years, wishing us well and also wishing us successful conventions."
PR and Convention Organiser with Six Of One, Debs McDougall gives an exclusive interview to The Nice Rooms.