Episode 25 (Fit The Twenty-Fifth)

Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy: Quintessential PhaseHaving given up on his fruitless search for Fenchurch, who seems to have vanished into an alternate reality, Arthur settles on the peaceful planet of Lamuella and takes up the uneventful life of a sandwich maker – a revered position in their simple society. This idyllic existence, normally punctuated only by seasonal communal hunts for the Perfectly Normal Beast, is shattered by the arrival of a spaceship. That’s the sort of thing that Arthur’s almost accustomed to, but even he is surprised when the ship’s occupant appears to be Trillian – the Trillian he knows, and not the one from an alternate reality – and she has a teenage girl in tow who she claims is her and Arthur’s daughter. While Arthur comes to terms with having an instant family, Ford and an all-too-friendly robot are getting their first glimpse of a terrifying sign of things to come: the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, version 2.0.

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), Susan Sheridan (Trillian), Sandra Dickinson (Tricia McMillan), Samantha Bèart (Random), Griff Rhys Jones (Old Thrashbarg), Roger Gregg (Strinda), Eddie Taylor (Grebulon Leader), Lorelei King (Patient), Michael Fenton-Stevens (Grebulon Lieutenant), Andrew Secombe (Colin the Robot), Toby Longworth (Prostetnic Vogon Jeltz), Brian Cobby (The Speaking Clock)

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