TORCHWOOD 'Children Of Earth' BBC One Trailer 2 & Radio Times gallery

More Quatermass meets Midwich Cuckoos type goings on in the second of the BBC One trailers for the five part Torchwood adventure Children Of Earth. Radio Times will be featuring the mini-series in this week's issue and on the cover but here's a stack of pictures from their web gallery to be getting on with.

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4 Responses to “TORCHWOOD 'Children Of Earth' BBC One Trailer 2 & Radio Times gallery”
  1. Frank,

    I've posted some pix from this week's RADIO TIMES here:


  2. I'm looking forward to your reviews of this one :-)

    I'm not a big fan of Torchwood, but I'm really, really hoping this one will prove me wrong because it looks so promising.

    Why is Ianto posing like an Abercrombie and Fitch model in the first photo????

    P.S. Which Sarah Waters are you reading? I've always meant to read her novels but so far I haven't got round to it.

  3. FRANK says:

    Lovely jubbly Cam! They've gone to town on it in the old' RT this week. Let's just hope the mini-series is worth it.

    I'll be scanning away tonight when I've grabbed a copy.

    The whole lot will be reviewed on an episode by episode basis.

  4. FRANK says:

    Lucy, two fairly middling seasons in my opinion and I still don't think they've quite got it right. I'm hoping that this will be a big leap forward.

    Sarah Waters - I've read 'The Night Watch', which is utterly wonderful, and I'm reading her new one 'The Little Stranger'. Loved the Andrew Davies adaptation of 'Tipping The Velvet', quite enjoyed the TV version of 'Fingersmith' but utterly loathed 'Affinity'.

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