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March 07, 2004

Buffy and Angel Links

A few links I've been collecting....

Check out the first post-cancellation Andy Hallett interview.

An interesting article, Pop goes the Saviour,

In many ways Joan takes over from Buffy the Vampire Slayer, whose show wrapped last year after seven seasons. On first glance, it is hard to think of Buffy as a "spiritual" TV show. Yet Buffy was, in many ways, a prime-time role model for teenage girls, teaching them to learn about themselves and live with who they are, values most parents won't argue with.

Also interesting, Ofsted chief praises Buffy the gender bias slayer,

More television programmes such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer would help ensure that the superior achievements of girls at school and university were mirrored later in careers, David Bell, the head of Ofsted, said yesterday.

Finally, a funny, somewhat retro trailer for Buffy and Angle DVDs, What makes a great DVD?.

[Links courtesy WHEDONesque]

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