A young time-traveller with superhuman powers is stranded on Earth after running into a Black Hole. Pursued by the evil Goodchild, Sky is helped on his quest to find a way home by three ... See full summary »
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Marc Harrison ...  Sky 7 episodes, 1975
Stuart Lock ...  Arby Vennor 7 episodes, 1975
Cherrald Butterfield ...  Jane Vennor 7 episodes, 1975
...  Roy Briggs 7 episodes, 1975
...  Goodchild 6 episodes, 1975
...  Major Briggs 5 episodes, 1975
Frances Cuka ...  Mrs. Vennor 2 episodes, 1975
...  Tom 2 episodes, 1975
Thomas Heathcote ...  Mr. Vennor 2 episodes, 1975
Gerard Hely ...  Dr. Saul 2 episodes, 1975
Ursula Barclay ...  First Nurse 2 episodes, 1975
Monica Lavers ...  Second Nurse 2 episodes, 1975
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A young time-traveller with superhuman powers is stranded on Earth after running into a Black Hole. Pursued by the evil Goodchild, Sky is helped on his quest to find a way home by three human teenagers, Arby, Jane and Roy. Written by Anonymous

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The series was one of the earliest exponents of Chromakey effects, achieved with the help of contact lenses and blue make up on Sky's palms. See more »

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Episode Two: Sky and Arby are in the school library and decide to "borrow" an atlas. Arby is holding the book as he goes through the door to the corridor but does not have it when they emerge on the other side. To cover this mistake, episode three has Roy return to the school to pick up a torch his father has dropped confronting Sky and he finds the atlas on the corridor floor. See more »

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Sky: A Juganet is a circle, which is also a point, an intersection of two planes.
Jane Vennor: It's no good. What's it look like?
Sky: I can only describe it by the forces it generates, not the shape.
Jane Vennor: Oh, so if there is one, how did it get wherever it is?
Sky: It was put there for the travellers.
Jane Vennor: Who by?
Sky: The others.
Jane Vennor: I see, so, er, how will you know when you've found it?
Sky: I shall be gone.
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Sky, how do you do all those magical things?
9 October 2000 | by See all my reviews

Well, all I remember about this series is the line "Sky, how do you do all those magical things?" spoken by some welsh kid and some bloke running round with pupil-less eyes. Bizarre 70s hippy stuff.

Sky was a super-powered alien who could, as far as I can remember, affect the weather and other stuff. Did he have blue eyes, or were they white?


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