Big Finish

Big Finish Day 2024 is coming to London

Big Finish Day returns for 2024, bigger and better than ever, to celebrate its silver anniversary.  With the production company, who make audio dramas in the worlds of Doctor Who, Blake’s 7, Space: 1999, Star Cops and more, celebrating 25 years, details for Big Finish Day 2024 has been announced. Paring up with the Doctor … >

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The Eagle Has Landed – new Space: 1999 Kickstarter film

The documentary plans to explore the origins and cultural impact of the iconic Eagle spacecraft. A Kickstarter campaign has launched to support the making of a documentary on the creation of the iconic Eagle spacecraft from Space: 1999. If funded, The Eagle has Landed aims to be ready for the show’s 50th anniversary in 2025. … >

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Gerry Anderson: A Life Uncharted – trailer for the BritBox documentary

The documentary telling the story of the film and television pioneer premieres in April.  Last November, we reported on Gerry Anderson: A Life Uncharted, announced as an original BritBox documentary. Now the trailer has arrived to give us a first taste. A Life Uncharted will use over thirty hours of previously unpublished interviews to share … >

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Telos Publishing tease three new titles for 2022

New books about 80’s Doctor Who Producer John Nathan-Turner and Space: 1999 are on their way from Telos Publishing.  Thanks to a teasing Facebook post, we already have three titles on our 2022 reading list… The John Nathan-Turner Doctor Who Production Diary 1979 – 1990 Drawing on documentation from the late producer’s personal archive, it … >

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Space: 1999 volume one review

Enthused by the positive critical reaction that greeted the release of Breakaway, an updated retelling of the pilot episode of ITC’s 1970s TV sci-fi romp, Big Finish have now released the first volume of three Space 1999 audio dramas. With the moon launched into deep-space and pushed through a worm-hole, the fate of humanity back … >

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Rewind: ‘Space: 1999’ revisited

If, like myself, your earliest television memories include Tom Baker’s Fourth Doctor, Bruce Banner’s transformation into the Incredible Hulk and the terrifying combination of Rod Hull and Emu, then it’s likely that lodged somewhere in the back of your mind will be images from the mid-‘70s sci-fi adventure series Space: 1999. Executively produced by Thunderbirds … >

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