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Well At Least It's Free By Tim Worthington
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Tim Worthington has been writing for websites, fanzines, and anywhere else fool enough to let him for a frightening number of years. This is a selection of highlights, lowlights and just plain... More > weird-lights, including features on Lost, Heroes, Pink Floyd, Hamble from Play School, ITV's most controversial sitcom, and far too much about Doctor Who. Especially if it's in black and white.< Less
Well At Least It's Free By Tim Worthington
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Tim Worthington has been writing for websites, fanzines, and anywhere else fool enough to let him for a frightening number of years. This is a selection of highlights, lowlights and just plain... More > weird-lights, including features on Lost, Heroes, Pink Floyd, Hamble from Play School, ITV's most controversial sitcom, and far too much about Doctor Who. Especially if it's in black and white.< Less
SPACED-OUT By Prentis Hancock
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SPACED-OUT is Prentis Hancock's foreword to John Kenneth Muir's novel 'The Forsaken' - an original story in the Gerry Anderson SPACE:1999 format - in which Prentis played second-in-command Mission... More > Controller Paul Morrow.< Less
SPACED-OUT By Prentis Hancock
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SPACED-OUT is Prentis Hancock's foreword to John Kenneth Muir's novel 'The Forsaken' - an original story in the Gerry Anderson SPACE:1999 format - in which Prentis played second-in-command Mission... More > Controller Paul Morrow.< Less
Less Is More - essentials of record production and recording By Fran Ashcroft
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Record producer Fran Ashcroft has credits diverse as Damon Albarn (Blur/Gorillaz) and Gerry Anderson's Thunderbirds. He shares a lifetime of recording experience from setting up a studio, to... More > fundamental and sophisticated recording and mixing techniques and earning a living in a competitive world. His often radical approach and challenging ideas are equally useful whether you're a home recordist or seasoned pro, and apply to any recording format, digital or analogue.< Less
Less Is More - essentials of record production and recording By Fran Ashcroft
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Record producer Fran Ashcroft has credits diverse as Damon Albarn (Blur/Gorillaz) and Gerry Anderson's Thunderbirds. He shares a lifetime of recording experience from setting up a studio, to... More > fundamental and sophisticated recording and mixing techniques and earning a living in a competitive world. His often radical approach and challenging ideas are equally useful whether you're a home recordist or seasoned pro, and apply to any recording format, digital or analogue.< Less
Space: 1999 - Episode by Episode By Petter Ogland
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In his groundbreaking book from 1996, Pierre Fageolle articulates an understanding of Gerry Anderson’s SPACE 1999 based on a quote from Michel Butor about science fiction being the mythology of... More > today and by explaining why SPACE 1999 is particularly relevant in this context. In 2012 Henry Keazor made further progress on Fageolle’s programme by contextualising SPACE 1999 through the use of Marxist historian Eric Hobsbawn’s analysis of the 20th century. Keazor also extends Fageolle’s theory of SPACE 1999 by adding insights collected by members of the Online Alpha community, although making no mention of the important 1997-98 episode by episode discussion. When publishing a book-based edit of the 1997-98 discussion, the aim is to contribute to the scholarly understanding of SPACE 1999 in the way suggested by Fageolle and Keazor, both by filling old gaps of knowledge and identifying new ones in terms of how the discussion dealt with various philosophical and political aspects of the series.< Less
UFO: 1999 By Giuseppe Mascolo
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1980: gli alieni invadevano la terra. 1999: la luna si staccava dall'orbita terrestre. Ma cosa accadde tra queste due date? Ufo: 1999 era il nome che inizialmente i coniugi Anderson volevano dare a... More > Spazio 1999 che nacque inizialmente da un progetto abortito del 1970 di una seconda stagione della serie Ufo. Gerry Anderson aveva in mente un sequel di detta serie, in cui il comandante Straker sarebbe. . . riuscito a realizzare una base lunare per la Shado ben più grande di quella operativa nel 1980. Ma l'idea non trovò mai il favore di chi avrebbe dovuto finanziarla a causa del calo degli indici di ascolto di Ufo per cui il progetto venne prima accantonato e in seguito ripreso e trasformato drasticamente. Questo racconto si basa su una sceneggiatura Originale che tende a spiegare che cosa successe negli anni 90 in cui, nell'universo creato da Gerry Anderson, anno in cui i terrestri sconfissero (forse) gli alieni.< Less