This definitive guide book to the classic 1970s BBC science-fiction series Includes comprehensive facts, figures and analysis, examination of key episodes from their genesis to the final version, excerpts from the original drafts of scripts and interviews with people involved in the production. This book is the ideal companion for anyone interested in the show, or in the development of television science fiction during the late 1970s.
228pp. A5-format hardback.
Published 23 September 2003
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ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Alan Stevens has written, edited and developed numerous publications on telefantasy series, including Doctor Who, Blake’s 7 and The Prisoner. He is also co-author of the Telos books Fall Out: The Unofficial and Unauthorised guide to The Prisoner and By Your Command: The Unofficial and Unauthorised Guide to Battlestar Galactica Volumes 1 and 2. Since the early 1990s, he has produced a number of documentaries, serials and dramas for radio and independent audio release, including the Blake’s 7/Doctor Who spin-off series Kaldor City and the Gothic horror time-travelling adventure Faction Paradox. He is currently based in the South East of England, and runs his own audio production company, Magic Bullet Productions (kaldorcity.com).
Fiona Moore was born and raised in Toronto, but has lived in the UK since 1997. She has a doctorate in Social Anthropology from the University of Oxford, and is currently Senior Lecturer in International Human Resource Management at Royal Holloway, University of London. She has written non-fiction on a wide variety of subjects, from the identities of Taiwanese businesspeople to the culture of drag queens, and is also co-author of the Telos books Fall Out: The Unofficial and Unauthorised guide to The Prisoner and By Your Command: The Unofficial and Unauthorised Guide to Battlestar Galactica Volumes 1 and 2. Her fiction and poetry have been published in, among others, Asimov, Interzone and Dark Horizons.