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Old December 9 2012, 12:25 AM   #31
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One thing I like about this forum... we start off discussing the destruction of London in a new Trek movie, we end up diverting into hooking Christopher on The Goodies!
And preaching the gospel of Mathilda May to a new generation!
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Old December 9 2012, 03:14 PM   #32
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One thing I like about this forum... we start off discussing the destruction of London in a new Trek movie, we end up diverting into hooking Christopher on The Goodies!
And preaching the gospel of Mathilda May to a new generation!
Oh yes. When it first ran on ITV over here, they were experimenting with having slightly wacky in-vision nighttime presenters: Paul Lavers (aka Swordsman Farrah in Doctor Who: The Androids of Tara) solemnly announced "Well I didn't think those Martian vampires were all bad. They certainly had a couple of good points..."

On a sadder note, this seems an appropriate thread to mention that astronomer, musician, SF writer and frequent Goodies guest star Sir Patrick Moore has just died.
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