The adventures of David Caulder and his crew stationed on Moonbase 3 on the moon's surface. In 2003, representatives of many of the world's governments live in bases on the moon. Moonbase 3 was built by many Europeans, including the United Kingdom, France, Spain and Italy.
Marty McKee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Did You Know?
Formally commissioned by the BBC in December 1972, the series went before the cameras with Moon surface 16mm filmwork at Ealing Studios on Tuesday 24th April 1973. The actual videotaping of episodes was largely out-of-sequence: "Departure and Arrival" (episode 1), "Castor and Pollux" (episode 5), "Behemoth" (episode 2), "View of a Dead Planet" (episode 6), "Outsiders" (episode 4) and finally "Achilles Heel" (episode 3) - originally meant to have been recorded first - closing the production schedule on Wednesday 15th August. See more
Sir Benjamin Dyce
I've always held that the last words of mankind will not be the secret name of God, but "What is this knob for?"
Referenced in People Power and Puppetry
Composed by Dudley Simpson
Realised by Dick Mills
and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
[series theme tune] See more