It occurred to me recently that my son is the same age as I was when Red Dwarf first aired in '88. This would be a better story if I'd actually watched the programme in '88, but I didn't (and wouldn't discover it until I got my own TV a couple of years later). Anyway, he loves Red Dwarf - particularly series I and II, which does surprise me a little - but I don't think many of his friends have watched it (or much TV at all, in fact). It got me thinking about the future of the show - it's such an unexpected bonus for it to be still going a whole generation later (how my teenage self would have marvelled at that!) but I wonder how long it will all last. OK we've got two new series and maybe some live shows to come, but what do you think will happen beyond that? Can we possibly hope for more, particularly if series XI and XII are a success? Can the show - does the show even want to - attract a new and younger audience? Or should Red Dwarf be finally shuffled off to the giant spaceship graveyard? Your thoughts!