Given that there hasn’t been a new Columbo episode in more than 15 years, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the show was old news. You’d be wrong! This review of the Columbo year aims to succinctly fill you in on anything you might have missed…
Exciting news! Mark Dawidziak’s masterpiece tome The Columbo Phile has been reprinted to mark its 30th anniversary and is available now at a very reasonable price!
Congratulations to the lucky winner of the Columbo ‘Suitable for Framing’ competition of last week – but don’t despair if it ain’t you, because you can still get your trotters on a discounted copy of the print until 1 December.
Yes folks, it really is almost that time of year again when we turn our attentions to Christmas wish lists for ourselves and our nearest and dearest. Here I outline a range of splendid stocking fillers that are simply guaranteed to delight Columbo fans.
Here’s a piece of artwork Columbo fans will be desperate to get their fingerprints all over – a print of a magnificent painting created by the uber-talented Alistair Little. And here’s how you can win a copy of your own!
You can’t beat a good debate with fellow Columbo fans about the merits of the show and its stars – and now you can chat to your heart’s content with like-minded folk on the new Columbo forum on this blog.
Keen viewers looking to enjoy Columbo in glorious high definition can yell ‘HUZZAH’ in glee after Amazon Prime added 9 episodes to its streaming service.
Great news, fellow Columbo lovers! Hot on the heels of my interview with ace author Mark Dawidziak, I can exclusively reveal that there will be a 30th anniversary reissue of his iconic book, The Columbo Phile, later this year.
He may not have appeared in any episodes, but that doesn’t stop Mark Dawidziak from being considered Columbo royalty. Here, the author of the critically acclaimed casebook The Columbo Phile, recalls his experiences of putting the book together as it celebrates its 30th anniversary.
Here’s a little sneak preview of some of the Columbo goodies lying in store for readers of the blog – plus some things I need reader assistance with, including talented artists and a 70s’ car enthusiast.