Red Dwarf - In The Press
Main News Stories About 'Red Dwarf':
Twenty seven years, umpteen light years, several different realities and a curry monster later, and Red Dwarf is now officially the second longest running sci-fi series of all time (it'd be first if it weren't for that pesky Doctor).
Written by Emma Dibdin and Tom Eames. Digital Spy, 3rd October 2015
Written by Craig Thomas. Den of Geek, 2nd October 2015
The pre-production period officially started on Monday 28th September, an occasion that was marked by producer Richard Naylor tweeting the following image of a certain, rather familiar, piece of rubber.
Red Dwarf Fan Site, 2nd October 2015
The death of Craig Charles's brother made him rethink life. So next month he leaves Corrie, films a new series of Red Dwarf and a version of one of his poems - and then there's his DJing.
Written by Tim Jonze. The Guardian, 21st September 2015
After 10 years on Coronation Street as Weatherfield cabbie Lloyd Mullaney, Craig Charles is saying goodbye to the cobbles. But what will be a loss to avid soap watchers, may be a gain for sci-fi fans, as he heads back into outer space to reprise his role on the new series of Red Dwarf. Craig Charles told BBC Breakfast about his busy future.
BBC News, 17th September 2015
The first two series undoubtedly showed promise. I'm sure one or two die-hard ardent fans think it went down hill in Series 3. But I've never met anyone who thinks that.
Written by James Cary. Sitcom Geek, 21st July 2015
Here's 6 times Lister, Rimmer, Kryten, Cat and Holly were the best thing on TV.
Written by Dan Wilson. Metro, 4th May 2015
In honour of today's news that Red Dwarf will be back for two more series courtesy of comedy channel Dave, we've put together a little quiz to answer that pressing question: am I more like Lister or Rimmer? Or could I be Kryten?
The Radio Times, 2nd May 2015
Fame and Fortune: Craig Charles speaks of his journey from an impoverished boyhood in Liverpool to splashing out £25,000 on a Rolls-Royce - simply to impress his future wife, and being paid half the money one of his Red Dwarf co-stars was getting.
Written by Lorraine McBride. The Daily Telegraph, 15th February 2015
You might remember a couple of years ago when we were totally thinking of your well-being and brought you some Downton Abbey-themed Valentines that you could download and fire off via e-mail like you had been planning this for months. Unfortunately, these are no longer available on the Internets, but we have the perfect replacement, thanks to the great minds over at 'the Small Rouge One', Red Dwarf.
Written by Bill Young. Tellyspotting, 14th February 2015
Danny John-Jules has revealed that the Red Dwarf cast are to meet up next week.
Written by Tom Eames. Digital Spy, 11th December 2014
BBC Two is in the middle of a 50 year retrospective of it's greatest hits. So far one of their greatest hits stands out rather awkwardly for being totally ignored. It was on BBC Two for 10 years from 1988 to 1998. Anyway, now we're on Dave and it's much nicer.
Written by Robert Llewellyn. 19th April 2014
Red Dwarf will reportedly return to Dave in autumn 2015.
Written by Morgan Jeffery. Digital Spy, 10th April 2014
It often feels like only a few weeks ago that I first started working on Red Dwarf. As this picture of the cast taken at a recent convention shows, I am merely experiencing a fluctuation in the time/space continuum.
Written by Robert Llewellyn. 8th April 2014
It's not a sentence that you hear every day - "Excuse me, I must go and get rubberised" - except in certain Soho clubs. Or if you are visiting the Red Dwarf set at Shepperton Studios and talking to Robert Llewellyn, who plays the valet Kryten, the latex-faced mechanoid in the cult science-fiction sitcom.
Written by Bruce Dessau. Beyond the Joke, 10th January 2014
Written by Andrew Dipper. Giggle Beats, 14th October 2013
It will have taken 274 days since the tenth series premiered on Dave in the UK on 4 October 2012, but the inhabitants of Red Dwarf, the mining spaceship owned by the Jupiter Mining Corporation, will finally make their way to the the States for the premiere of Red Dwarf X on KERA Channel 13, the PBS affiliate in North Texas beginning Saturday, July 6, 2013 at 10:00pm.
Written by Bill Young. Tellyspotting, 22nd June 2013
Coronation Street and Red Dwarf star Craig Charles has spoken out about the possibility of becoming the first black Doctor Who, saying he thinks it would be 'cool'.
Metro, 18th June 2013
Red Dwarf has I believe managed to straddle the border between serious or at least semi-serious sci-fi and comedy, without totally sliding over onto either side.
Written by Deryck O'Byrne. What Culture, 7th May 2013
Robert Llewellyn, who plays Kryten in Red Dwarf, is set to re-release a memoir of his time spent working on the cult sci-fi series.
Written by Tim Clark. Such Small Portions, 14th March 2013
It might be hard to believe, but today marks the 25th anniversary of Red Dwarf. So now seems like a good time to list our picks for the sci-fi sitcom's best ever outings.
Written by Morgan Jeffery. Digital Spy, 15th February 2013
15 February is definitely a day to celebrate if you love British telly. Twenty-five years ago on that fateful day in 1988, the creation from the mind palace of Rob Grant and Doug Naylor which introduced the world to the remaining on-board inhabitants of a mining spaceship owned and operated by the Jupiter Mining Corporation, became a reality with the premiere broadcast of Red Dwarf.
Written by Bill Young. Tellyspotting, 15th February 2013
Jake enjoyed a brief chat with Red Dwarf's Danny John-Jules about playing The Cat, BBC drama Death in Paradise, and more...
Written by Jake Laverde. Den of Geek, 15th January 2013
Smoke us a kipper, it was back for a tenth series. Just when we though Kryten, Rimmer, Lister and Cat had been consigned to a great big TV dustbin in space, UKTV's Dave saved and rebooted the sci-fi sitcom. The show may be 24 years old, but thanks to a return to studio audience filming, back-to-basics plots and set-ups and a refreshed cast that looked like they were having a ball, Dwarf was back to its early-'90s pomp. Admitting you're a fan of the show is still about as cool as wearing granny's knitted Christmas jumper, but we're smegheads and we're proud. Roll on series 11.
A poem based on 'Twas the Night Before Christmas about Red Dwarf.
Written by Bill Young. Tellyspotting, 13th December 2012