Anyone in the UK who didn’t watch the superb Life On Mars over the last couple of months has been missing a rare treat.
If only there were some way that people who’d missed it, or lived in a different country, could somehow download the entire series onto their computer instead of having to wait for the DVD release. Sadly, such a brilliant technological invention may never exist. If it did, I’m sure you’d all be using it right now.
DMc summarises Life On Mars here (scroll down to the picture). Short version: Copper gets run over, wakes up in 1973.
The series was co-created by Matthew Graham, who also wrote or co-wrote five of the eight episodes.
So it’s a super-duper treat to find that he’s going to be writing an episode for Doctor Who.
Let the rejoicing begin!