The Sevenfold Crown
Raiding Servalan's HQ, the crew discover that she possesses a jewel that belongs to an ancient, long-lost crown, a mystical artifact of indescribable power. Suddenly the Scorpio crew are as determined as Servalon to acquire the circlet; but if they do, will absolute power corrupt Avon absolutely?
The Syndeton Experiment
Tired of running, Avon and company plan to settle down on the planet Syndexia. But Servalan is ahead of them, on the trail of the man who invented the nanochip, a device which offers total control over human beings. If Servalan reaches Dr Rossum first, she stands a chance of enslaving a whole population.
Additional Bonus Material
This special edition features bonus interviews with the cast, many taken from the BBC7 programme Zen and the Art of Blake's 7. Amongst those talking about their time on the TV and radio series are Paul Darrow (Avon), Michael Keating (Vila), Jacqueline Pearce (Servalan), Steven Pacey (Tarrant), and Peter Tuddenham (Zen, Orac, and Slave). There are also contributions from loyal fans of Blake's 7, including comedian Mitch Benn.
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Felt like 3 lost episodes of Blake 7. Full cast, authentic music and sound effects, and good stories. A fun piece of Blake 7 history that's worth a nostalgic listen if nothing else.
"Better then the TV series?"
This is first rate radio sci fi with an excellent cast and two well paced adventures. It's just a shame there isn't more of it! You don't have to be a fan of the series to understand or enjoy these stories, although obviously that adds to the whole expirience.
"Oh the memories!"
I bought this on a bit of a whim and genuinely wasn't sure it would be any good without the screen shots accompanying the dialogue.
I was so wrong,
I'm now looking for more to purchase as I thoroughly enjoyed hearing the full cast perform = those certain nuances& inflections that formed part of the great play between these characters, that only they could achieve has certainly stood the test of time.
Little bits have been added t explain what would be visible on tv to fill in gaps that would otherwise exist , they do not stick out and are totally in context,
Cast performance - spectacular in my humble opinion
yes, Paul Darrow's voice is still utterly wonderful- total "ear candy" as my young niece tells me such yummy voices are now called!
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