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Terrahawks: Volume 1
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(Writer, episode 7)

“Tremendously good fun with high adventure, silly voices and terrible puns all lovingly recreated in the spirit of the original. Five Stars.” Cultbox

“It’s clearly been a labour of love … and it shows. Stay on this channel for a well-produced return to 2020!” SFB

‘… the vocal performances were superb throughout. Moreover, the behind-the-scenes extras are worth the price alone, as the veteran actors have a blast reprising their roles.’ Scifi Pulse

“Terrahawks, stay on this channel…”

Back in action after thirty years comes Terrahawks, the fondly remembered action adventure comedy originally brought to you by the men who created Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlet and Dick Spanner.

In the not too distant future, the Earth finds itself under constant threat from Zelda, a blood-thirsty android who, along with her fiendish family and monstrous creations, has established a base on Mars. The only thing standing between this evil queen and her quest for the ultimate annihilation of mankind are the Terrahawks – an intrepid band of heroes led by the stern but fair clone, Doctor Tiger Ninestein.

After a considerable period of inaction, the Terrahawks once again find themselves called into action when Zelda initiates a brand new campaign of destruction and devastation. Facing up against terrifying time travellers, fraudulent financial fiascos, sickening stand-ups, and deadly doppelgangers – their new adventures could prove to be the Terrahawks’ most challenging missions to date!

Eight episodes on four CDs, with a bonus, behind-the-scenes CD featuring interviews with the cast and crew.

PLUS! Bonus archive promotional material from the original TV series launch available as a PDF for download – exclusive to Big Finish.com!

1: The Price is Right by Jamie Anderson

With the prospect of budget cuts and a spot inspection looming over their heads, the Terrahawks intend to showcase themselves to the best of their ability. A surprise attack from Zelda, however, gives them a bigger chance to demonstrate their worth than originally bargained for.

2: Deadly Departed by Stephen La Rivière and Andrew T. Smith

After an epic battle, it appears that Zelda has finally shuffled off her mortal coil, but when their beloved matriarch’s will is read her android family is disgusted to discover that she has left everything to Ninestein. In retaliation, they organise a funeral the likes of which has never been seen.

3: A Clone of My Own by Andrew T. Smith and Stephen La Rivière

When his clones begin to fall foul of mysterious circumstances, Ninestein is forced to face some difficult home truths.

4: Clubbed to Death by Stephen La Rivière and Andrew T. Smith with Jamie Anderson

A night on the town turns deadly for the Terrahawks when the desperate proprietor of a hot new club just so happens to be in serious debt with Zelda’s new loan shark venture.

5: 101 Seed by Gerry Anderson, adapted by Jamie Anderson

Zelda conspires to help the Terrahawks enter the record books when a seed of destruction is sewn on Hiro’s happy birthday.

6: No Laughing Matter by Terry Adlam

Zelda intends to use her latest creation – Cy Splitter, the universe’s funniest cyborg – to leave her enemies helpless with laughter. The Terrahawks only hope is that Twostein can play that game.

7: Timesplit by Chris Dale

Past, present and futures collide when an audacious plan by Zelda’s Time Lord leads to the capture of one of the Terrahawks. Zelda is thrilled, but will the resulting temporal instability unravel the fabric of space and time?

8: Into the Breach by Mark Woollard

The Zeroids face termination when Ninestein and Hiro roll out their newest creation – the Cyberzoids. But will these super-soldiers be enough to fend off a direct attack on Hawknest from Zelda’s mothership?

Directed By: Jamie Anderson

Cast

Jeremy Hitchen (Ninestein, Hiro, It-Star [male], Hawkeye, Dick Branston), Robbie Stevens (101, Hudson, Yung-Star, Stew Dapples, Cy Splitter), Denise Bryer (Zelda, Mary Falconer, It-Star [female], Grandma Buggins), Beth Chalmers (Kate Kestrel, Cy-Star, Miss Donaldson)

Director and Producer Jamie Anderson
Executive Producers Jason Haigh-Ellery and Nicholas Briggs


Terrahawks: Volume 2
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(Writer, episodes 2 and 3)

(Background voice, episode 2)

‘Jamie Anderson and Company do a marvellous job throughout this second box set, blending the usual social commentary with mythology to lend all the characters depth’ Sci-Fi Pulse

‘Terrahawks remains as daft and loveable as ever, with plenty of excitement, a dash of the grotesque and a healthy dollop or two of satire. Though the finale seems pretty climatic, we are keeping our fingers firmly crossed for a further series of launches from Hawknest. Stay on this channel!’ 5 Stars. Cult Box

“Terrahawks, stay on this channel…”

Back for more, after 2015’s popular release, is Terrahawks, the fondly remembered action adventure comedy originally brought to you by the men who created Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlet and Dick Spanner.

In the not too distant future, the Earth finds itself under constant threat from Zelda, a blood-thirsty android who, along with her fiendish family and monstrous creations, has established a base on Mars. The only thing standing between this evil queen and her quest for the ultimate annihilation of mankind are the Terrahawks – an intrepid band of heroes led by the stern but fair clone, Doctor Tiger Ninestein.

In this new series, the Terrahawks defence grows all the more desperate, when a terrifying new enemy joins the Androids on Mars. This new villain has a sinister connection to Queen Zelda; and together with an army of new monsters, the Earth doesn’t stand a chance!

Eight episodes on four CDs, with a bonus, behind-the-scenes CD featuring interviews with the cast and crew.

1. Sale of the Galaxy by Andrew T Smith and Jamie Anderson

Guest starring Nicholas Parsons

Ninestein and Zelda both receive invitations to appear on a gruesome gameshow – The Sale of the Galaxy. But will grim gameshow host, Nickel-plate Starsons’ personal history with Zelda influence the outcome of the game?

2. The Trouble with Toy Boys by Chris Dale

A pernicious puppet – one half of a famous ventriloquist act – is on the loose, but even the Terrahawks can’t keep a bad dummy down as Timmy the Toy Boy takes his final act to Hawknest!

3. Return to Sender by Chris Dale

The return of a missing NASA probe and an encounter with an old flame of Ninestein’s means a case of fatal attraction for the Terrahawks.

4. Renta-Hawks by Andrew T Smith

A beautiful island in the pacific – the secret base of Global Rescue. So far – undetected. Outwardly the luxury home to billionaire ex-nightclub owner Dick Branston. But there’s something fishy about this gang of slick would-be heroes – particularly the firm’s backer.

5. Chain of Command by Geraldine Donaldson

With Zelda missing, the government’s focus is firmly on the Terrahawks, and Ninestein is under serious pressure to cooperate. So when a mysterious device lands in Texas, Kate and Mary must go on a Thelma and Louise style mission to prevent the package getting into the wrong hands.

6. Lights, Camera, Disaster by David Hirsch

It-Star’s plans for a propaganda movie go awry when Anderburr Pictures’ new owner – Lord Low Grade – decides to make a few alterations to the script.

7. Count Anaconda’s Magnificent Orbiting Circus by Terry Adlam

Roll up, roll up for the most amazing show in the Universe. Malevolent MC Count Anaconda welcomes one and all to the orbiting big top, although the chances are that you may never leave…

8. My Enemy’s Enemy by Jamie Anderson

Hiro and Ninestein finally decode Zelda’s message, and not a moment too soon. The android queen is in trouble – on the run from her greatest foe; a direct descendent of her original master – Prince Zegar of Guk. Finding themselves outgunned and outnumbered, could this be the end of the Terrahawks?

Guk Warning: This audio features murder, violence, destruction and warfare, all involving puppets – some scenes may be disturbing for puny Earth-scum!

Written By: Jamie Anderson, Andrew T Smith, Chris Dale, Geraldine Donaldson, Terry Adlam
Directed By: Jamie Anderson

Cast

Jeremy Hitchen (Ninestein, Hiro, It-Star [male], Hawkeye, Zero), Robbie Stevens (101, 18, Hudson, Yung-Star, Stew Dapples), Denise Bryer (Zelda, Mary Falconer, It-Star [female]), Beth Chalmers (Kate Kestrel, Cy-Star, Lois Price, 35), Nicholas Parsons (Nickel-plate Starsons)

Director and Producer Jamie Anderson
Executive Producers Jason Haigh-Ellery and Nicholas Briggs


Terrahawks: No. 3
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(Writer, episodes 5 and 6)

(Voices, episodes 2, 5 and 6)

“Terrahawks, stay on this channel…”

A third release for Big Finish’s audio continuation of Terrahawks, the fondly remembered action adventure comedy originally brought to you by the men who created Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlet and Dick Spanner.

1: No Second Chances by Jamie Anderson

Zelda has pulled off the ultimate heist, and now her victory seems inevitable. To stop her, and against all the odds, at least one of the Terrahawks will have to make the ultimate sacrifice.

2: The Wrong Clone Number by Terry Adlam

Leaderless and desperate, the Terrahawks turn to pun-meister Twostein. After his victory against Cy Splitter, the comedy clone’s arrogance could prove royally problematic for Earth’s defenders.

3: Set Sail for Mis-Adventure by David Hirsch

Another mission – another clone. Sixstein is drafted in to service for an escort mission. Professor Otto Maddox’s new weapon is travelling via the Atlantic ocean, and Zelda is poised and ready to take piracy to new extremes.

4: You Foe by David Hirsch

It’s the last chance for the Terrahawks to replace their lost leader. But it becomes a race against time as Zelda and her family try to take advantage of the final clone, Threestein’s, good nature.

5: Living Legend by Chris Dale

It’s time for Threestein’s first major mission, and he’s in for a treat – meeting one of his idols. But soon his encounter with galactic explorer Elias Crick proves that you should never meet your heroes.

6: The Prisoner of Zelda by Chris Dale

Threestein and Lois Price are kidnapped and taken to an unknown coastal location – where a bizarre village – The Community – becomes their prison. Where are they? Why are they here? Why are they all now addressed by letters rather than their names? And just who is the mysterious ‘Z’?

7: Star Crossed by Mark Woollard

It’s a case of Cloneo and Juliet – and Threestein’s final chance to prove himself as a capable leader. But when it comes to matters of the heart can a Stein clone overcome his genetic shortcomings?

8: Enemies, Negotiation and Deceit by Jamie Anderson

With both the androids and Terrahawks weary of the constant conflict and seemingly unending stalemate, a new approach is tabled. But will human (and android) nature allow the long-time enemies to settle their differences?

Written By: Jamie Anderson, Terry Adlam, David Hirsch, Chris Dale, Mark Woollard
Directed By: Jamie Anderson

Cast

Jeremy Hitchen (Ninestein, Hiro, Hawkeye, Zero, Itstar), Robbie Stevens (101, Yungstar, 18, Hudson), Denise Bryer (Zelda, Mary Falconer), Beth Chalmers (Kate Kestrel, Cystar, Lois Price, 35), David Graham (Professor Otto Maddox / Elias Crick)

Director and Producer Jamie Anderson

Executive Producers Jason Haigh-Ellery and Nicholas Briggs


Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons 50th Anniversary boxset

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(Writer, booklet)

Mini albums

Introducing Captain Scarlet by Angus P Allan
Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons by Angus P Allan
Captain Scarlet is Indestructible by Richard O’Neill
Captain Scarlet of Spectrum by Angus P Allan
Captain Scarlet versus Captain Black by Richard O’Neill

Adapted TV stories

Big Ben Strikes Again by Tony Barwick
Manhunt by Tony Barwick
The Trap by Alan Patillo
Special Assignment by Tony Barwick
Heart of New York by Tony Barwick
Model Spy by Bill Hedley
Flight 104 by Tony Barwick
The Launching by Peter Curran and David Williams

Also includes a brand new sixty minute Captain Scarlet anniversary documentary

Written By: Angus P Allan, Richard O’Neill, Tony Barwick, Alan Patillo, Bill Hedley, Peter Curran, David Williams
Directed By: Jamie Anderson

Cast

Frances Matthews (Captain Scarlet), Ed Bishop (Captain Blue), Donald Gray (Colonel White, Captain Black, The Mysterons), Cy Grant (Lieutenant Green), Liz Morgan (Destiny, Rhapsody, Harmony Angel), Sylvia Anderson (Melody Angel), Jeremy Wilkin (Captain Ochre), Janna Hill (Symphony Angel)

Director and Producer Jamie Anderson
Executive Producers Jason Haigh-Ellery and Nicholas Briggs

Pre-order it now through the Big Finish website!