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AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER - 'CUTTING EDGE - MY LIFE IN FILM AND TELEVISION'

Eric Mival's long-awaited autobiography of his time in the film and television industry, with several chapters dedicated to his time on 'The Prisoner' and life-long friendship with Patrick McGoohan, as well as his time on 'Doctor Who' and other series and films, now available for pre-order at an exclusive £2 discount on the cover price!

"A gentleman and one of the most helpful people around. Whenever incidental music was required, he was the one who made exactly the right choice." Patrick McGoohan, January 2008.

''An in-depth memoir... The book will be of special interest to fans of The Prisoner, Doctor Who, and other classics."- Jason Whiton, SpyVibe

Hardback, 272 pages with over 50 photographs, ISBN: 978-1-911537-02-1

Paperback, 272 pages with over 50 photographs, ISBN: 978-1-911537-00-7

NOW AVAILABLE AT SPECIAL DISCOUNTED PRE-ORDER PRICE (until Nov 2016):
PAPERBACK £11.99 plus P&P (RRP £13.99), HARDBACK £17.99 plus P&P (RRP £19.99).

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AVAILABLE NOW - 'THE CALLAN FILE'

Robert Fairclough and Mike Kenwood's definitive guide to the classic spy series, now available at £19.99 plus shipping. ISBN: 978-1-911537-01-4

‘This book captures exactly how an idea became a TV legend.’ - Peter Mitchell, son of Callan’s creator

'A comprehensive background check on one of British TV's most enigmatic anti-heroes.' - Dick Fiddy, British Film Institute

'A wonderfully researched book.' - Bharat Nalluri, director of 'Spooks: The Greater Good'

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AVAILABLE NOW - 'RED REFLECTIONS'

Eric Mival and Richard Owen's long-lost 1966 cold war documentary, featuring a guest voiceover by Patrick McGoohan. Available now for only £14.99 with free worldwide shipping!

"Rediscovered documentary gems like this should be cherished." - Robert Fairclough, Media Historian

"A fascinating insight into a pivotal time of the 1960s." - Tom Mayer, The Unmutual Website

"Red Reflections is so wonderful." - warisboring.com

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