BBCs big War of the Worlds adaptation is ending with this third installment. With George and Amy together in the past and Amy and Ogilvy in the present we have little to care for and I’m kind of glad it is over.
We’ve seen the invasion and now we will get to see the fall out. When the Martians arrive what will the world do to survive?
Another big BBC adaptation that I’ve sat down to watch is the three part adaptation of H.G. Wells’ War of the Worlds. A Sci-Fi classic that continues to defy the ages.
A film based on the struggles of the female Ford workers in 1968 where they went on strike for equal pay and through their struggles the 1970 Equal Pay Act came about.
Starring SallyHawkins, Miranda Richardson, Andrea Riseborough as well as Bob Hoskins, Rupert Graves and Kenneth Cranham the film showed not only the strength of the women involved to fight for what is right but also the struggles that inevitably all strikes will bring about as well as how different the women were treated in their strike action then men would have been.
Probably the most anticipated series every time it returns, one of the BBC’s biggest shows returns for its fourth series.
We return to the world of Sherlock for yet another case to solve.
So its been so SOO long since we last saw anything of Sherlock.
We still have to wait to find out the mysteries of Moriarty’s message at the end of Season 3 as this special is going all the way back to the beginning….