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PostPosted: Sun Mar 30, 2008 4:07 pm 
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Did anyone see CLAY this afternoon on BBC1? A brand new monster film with Sixties music! IT WAS ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT. A landmark in TV viewing. More later.
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Someone wrote this to The Vault of Evil about my post on CLAY:

Thanks for the tip.
It can be viewed on iPlayer if you've got a broadband connection (for the next six days only). Here: http://tinyurl.com/37lrs9

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I have realised since watching CLAY that it was written by the same David Almond who edited this (cover from 'The Baser Pulps) in 1989:

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Both Joel Lane and I had a story in this issue.

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I've read two of his novels this year - Skellig and Heaven Eyes. I think you might like them, Des. I haven't read Clay as yet.

I missed it, but I'll try to clear space to watch it on Iplayer. Its mid-afternoon scheduling is interesting considering its forthcoming DVD release carries a 12 certificate!


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HEY DES... I saw CLAY too and thought it was FANTASTIC!!! Where was it hiding, I'd never heard of it. Why weren't critics telling me about it? It is criminal that this great piece of work was buried.

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