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"Republica"
Directed by Bill Baggs
Post-Production and Music by Alistair Lock
Sylvester McCoy (The Professor), Sophie Aldred (Ace), John Wadmore (Le Compte), Andrew Fettes (Devlin), Bryonie Pritchard (Somerset), Michael Wade (Lambert), George Telfer (Charles XIV), John Ainsworth (Equerry).
The Professor and Ace arrive in present-day London to find the city strangely changed. England is a republic.
"Cyberhunt"
Written by Martin Peterson
Directed by Nicholas Briggs
Post-Production by Nicholas Briggs
Music by Harvey Summers
Nicholas Briggs (Fred), Helen Bang (Olivia), Robert Boole (CyCom), Andrew James Dickens (Sergeant Grange), Andrew Fettes (Captain Halloran), Stephen Franklin (Stevens), David Sax (Cyberon).
A Cyber War rages throughout the galaxy. The Earth-aligned worlds are fighting for survival against the cold, emotionless might of the Cyber Bloc - an alliance of planets whose inhabitants have undergone cybernetic conversion in the name of racial superiority.
"Faction Paradox: Eleven Day Empire"
Written by Lawrence Miles
Directed by Nigel Fairs
Post Production and Music by Nigel Fairs
Suzanne Proctor (Cousin Justine), Ellis Pike (Godfather Morlock), Caroline Burns-Cook (Lolita), Emma Kilbey (Cousin Eliza / Godmother Quelch), Nigel Fairs (Lord Ruthven / General Kine), Linda Bartram (The Voice).
Even before the outbreak of the “War in Heaven”, Faction Paradox was regarded as the most unpredictable (and opportunistic) of the time-active powers
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