UFO and Space:1999 actors at Autographica 2014

Autographica logoAutographica 2014 is shaping up to be an absolute must for Gerry Anderson fans, featuring no less than three guests from different Anderson shows!

Taking place on the 19th – 21st September 2014 at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole, NEC, the guest list is headed by Ayshea Brough who played a SHADO Operative in 19 episodes of UFO. The next big name is Georgina Moon who appeared in 8 episodes of the series as Skydiver Operative Lt. Sylvia Howell.

To complement these actresses from UFO, Autographica has also been able to attract Tony Osoba from Space:1999, who played the 1st Security Guard in the episode Space Warp, and Del Henney, who was a detective in the episode of The Protectors, Triple Cross.

The show’s packed guest list also contains a range of James Bond girls and Doctor Who stars. There’s even the chance to meet a real-life astronaut!

To book your tickets go to www.autographica.co.uk or phone the ticket line on 01959 573792, open 9.00am to 5.00 pm Monday to Friday

Sylvia and Dee Anderson to develop new animated series – The Last Station

Sylvia Anderson and her daughter Dee Anderson have announced plans for funding of an exciting new animated series!

Set in the distant future on Mykron, a planet far from Earth, The Last Station is a fusion of music, animation and science fiction. The series charts the threat posed to Mykron by the sinister Spyrons, vampiric monsters that feed off the creative energy of music and souls.Robot DJs The Hakitans

Having fully developed the concept, characters and scripts, the Andersons have turned to crowdsourcing platform Indiegogo to raise the money needed to take the project to a finalised stage and produce the first pilot six episodes.

The Last Station has  garnered some high-profile involvement. Cass Lewis of Skunk Anansie fame is the series Musical Director, and will be sourcing musical talent for the series. Thomas Sangster (Game of Thrones) stars in the voice cast.

Sir Richard Taylor, best known for  iconic multi-award winning productions such as Lord of the Rings, Avatar and The Hobbit has described The Last Station as ‘Groundbreaking Television and of its Time’.

The £660,000 goal has  one month to run – The Last Station needs your support!

To find out more about the project, including funding allocation, videos, quotes and character outlines, visit the The Last Station’s Indiegogo page.