Seemingly never-ending ‘improving’ sci-fi saga of dubious scientific veracity from the pen of Nicholas Fisk, concerning futuristic boarding-school children who go off exploring space on a whim. Phenomenally popular, especially with present-buying relatives who’d heard that you liked ‘space’, but in truth little more than a traditional children’s adventure yarn with a couple of ‘meteorites’ bolted on for good measure and of scant use to anyone who’d been suckered by the imaginative flair of The Tomorrow People.
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Culture Club are back again although the most interesting thing they’ve done in this incarnation is their appearance on Strictly where George’s voice appeared to be completely shot. In fact that’s pivotal in this documentary following the band around where unfortunately it appears that George comes across as a bit of a bastard, alas.
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