Episode 23 (Fit The Twenty-Third)

Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy: Quintessential PhaseOn the planet Nowwhat, despair once again becomes the order of the day for Arthur Dent. Attempting to hitch a ride back to Earth, Arthur has found that apparently Nowwhat occupies Earth’s coordinates in space-time – and he still hasn’t found Fenchurch, who vanished without a trace when their ship jumped into hyperspace. What Arthur doesn’t realize is that it is he who has vanished – he’s jumped into a slightly parallel dimension where Trillian is a blonde, American news reporter, Zaphod Beeblebrox is delivering pizza, and Ford Prefect is having to break into the corporate offices of the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. But the corporate culture at the Guide has changed – and for anyone trying to break in, it’s changed fatally.

Order this CDwritten by Douglas Adams
adapted by Dirk Maggs from the novel “Mostly Harmless”
directed by Dirk Maggs
music by Paul “Wix” Wickens

Cast: William Franklyn (The Voice of the Book), Rula Lenska (The Voice of the Bird), Simon Jones (Arthur Dent), Geoffrey McGivern (Ford Prefect), Mark Wing-Davey (Zaphod Beeblebrox), Susan Sheridan (Trillian), Sandra Dickinson (Tricia McMillan), Jonathan Pryce (Zarniwoop), Roger Gregg (Eddie), Andy Taylor (Grebulon), Mike Fenton-Stevens (Grebulon), John Challis (The Prophet), Mitch Benn (Information Creature), Lorelei King (Gail Andrews), Andrew Secombe (Colin the Robot)

Note: SF fans may also know Andrew Secombe as the voice of Watto, the trader who owned young Anakin Skywalker and his mother as slaves, in Episode I and II of the Star Wars prequel trilogy.

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