Space Precinct

In the year 2040, the human, creon and tarn officers of Precinct 88 keep law and order in Demeter City on the planet Altor.

Gerry Anderson Productions/Mentorn Films/GTV

24 episodes x 45 minutes

Executive Producer: Tom Gutteridge

Producer: Gerry Anderson

Co-Executive Producers: Roger Lefkon and John Needham

Line Producer: Tom Sachs

Associate Producers: Richard Grove and Jeffrey Brunner

Visual Effects Director: Steven Begg

Director of Photography: Alan Hume BSC and Tony Spratling BSC

Special Effects Photography: Harry Oakes BSC and Peter Talbot

Live-Action Design: Tony Curtis and Bill Alexander

Model Design: Bill Pearson

Creature Effects Design: Neill Gorton

Tarn and Creon Design: Richard Gregory

Executive Story Editor: Philip Morrow

Executive Story Consultant: Chris Hubbell

Story Editor: Sam Graham

Production Supervisor: Hugh Harlow

Post-Production Supervisor: Mark Sherwood

Music: Crispin Merrell

Episodes List
1 Double Duty

A drug war is raging in Demeter City and a professional assassin is taking out the competition. The sole survivor of an attack on drug baron Oturi Nissim is a pretty alien girl, Aleesha Amyas, who is taken into protective custody. Suddenly the killer is loose in the Space Precinct House and Orrin is its first victim…

Written by J. Larry Carroll and David Bennett Carren

Directed by Colin Bucksey

Second Unit Directors Gerry Anderson and John Glen

Filming Schedule: 9th – 25th May plus 5th and 27th June 1994

Original UK Airdate: 27th May 1995 (Sky One); 20th November 1995 (BBC2)

Original US Airdate: 24th October 1994

Additional Cast:

  • Oturi Nissim Nickolas Grace
  • Aleesha Amyas Lana Citron
  • Bag Lady Matyelock Gibbs
  • Officer Beezle Tom Watt
  • Delivery Man Idris Elba
  • Inazy Nitzan Sharron
  • Retainer #1 Richard Ashton
  • Aleesha (Alien Killer) Leigh Tinkler
  • Torrance Rob Thirtle
  • Zanoc Rob Thirtle
  • Tarn PC Rob Thirtle
  • Piru Andy Dawson
  • Pizza ManagerAndy Dawson
  • Dealer Andy Dawson
  • Henchman Andy Dawson
  • Creon PC Andy Dawson
  • Retainer #2 Stephen Calcott
  • Voice of Aleesha Moir Leslie
  • Voice of Beezle Gary Martin
2 Protect And Survive

Brogan’s informant Slik Ostrasky is murdered by Tylan Gershom, a smuggler of illegal Xyronite immigrants, and the only witness is slimy Melazoid business executive Armand Loyster. Brogan and Haldane are assigned to offer Loyster protection until he can testify at Gershom’s trial. But Gershom plans to ensure that Loyster never reaches the courtroom…

Written by Paul Mayhew-Archer

Directed by John Glen

Filming Schedule: 26th May – 14th June plus 27th and 29th June 1994

Original UK Airdate: March 18th 1995 (Sky One); September 18th 1995 (BBC2)

Original US Airdate: October 3rd 1994

Additional Cast:

  • Slik Ostrasky Burt Kwouk
  • Tylan Gershom Oliver Cotton
  • Lawyer David Shaw-Parker
  • Officer Beezle Tom Watt
  • Armand Loyster Rob Thirtle
  • Judge Andy Dawson
  • Xyronite #1 Andy Dawson
  • Medic #1 Leigh Tinkler
  • Newsreader Leigh Tinkler
  • Mephistes Ken Whitfield
  • Xyronite #2 Toby Sedgwick
  • Creon PC #1 Andy Dawson
  • Drunk Tarn Andy Dawson
  • Heavy Andy Dawson
  • Alien Courier Rob Thirtle
  • Frightened Patron Rob Thirtle
  • Creon PC #2 Rob Thirtle
  • Tarn PC Rob Thirtle
  • Voice of Armand Loyster David Healy
  • Voice of Beezle Gary Martin
3 Enforcer

On Skall Street in Demeter City, members of the infamous Hydra Gang are found dead – their hearts shredded but not a single mark on their bodies! Accompanied by an orphaned alien girl, a new enforcer has taken over and the Skall Street traders soon discover that the Hydras have been replaced by something far worse.

Written by Marc Scott Zicree

Directed by Sidney Hayers

Filming Schedule: 15th – 29th June 1994

Original UK Airdate: 22nd April 1995 (Sky One); 30th October 1995 (BBC2)

Original US Airdate: 10th October 1994

Additional Cast:

  • Andy Sturgeon Andrew Tiernan
  • Vala Jade Punt
  • Nick Roberts Tom Radcliffe
  • Madam Kazia Pelka
  • Officer Beezle Tom Watt
  • Trask Rob Thirtle
  • Skeevan Andy Dawson
  • Lurzan Leigh Tinkler
  • IDMP Woman Leigh Tinkler
  • Creon PC Andy Dawson
  • Hydra Andy Dawson
  • Voice of Beezle Gary Martin
4 Flash

A new drug, HE-11 (also known as “Flash”), has arrived on the streets of Demeter causing spontaneous combustion in its users. While Brogan and Haldane visit Interchem, the pharmaceutical company which originally developed the drug, Orrin and Beezle run into trouble when Interchem’s chief chemist, Pola Vad Moonacki, is kidnapped.

Written by James Hendrie

Directed by Alan Birkinshaw

Filming Schedule: 29th June – 12th July plus 9th September 1994

Original UK Airdate: 1st July 1995 (Sky One); 8th January 1996 (BBC2)

Original US Airdate: 29th May 1995

Original Title: “Blue Hell”

Additional Cast:

  • Henry Jansen Michael J. Shannon
  • Carmel Matthews Pippa Guard
  • Morgo Anthony Venditti
  • Officer Beezle Tom Watt
  • Pola Vad Moonacki Leigh Tinkler
  • Landlady Leigh Tinkler
  • Marcus Droon Rob Thirtle
  • Forensic Andy Dawson
  • Mrs Sitruc Leigh Tinkler
  • Creon Newsreader Andy Dawson
  • Creon PC #1 Andy Dawson
  • Creon Andy Dawson
  • Creon PC #2 Rob Thirtle
  • Tarn PC Rob Thirtle
  • Voice of Beezle Gary Martin
5 The Snake

An alien extortionist and explosives expert, known only as The Snake, threatens the executives of Brett Interplanetary. Precinct 88 becomes a task force to track him down and Jane becomes reacquainted with her old ECPF colleague Bill Gray. Then the Snake reveals his next target – the Princess, an Omega Class tanker en route to Altor with two hundred million gallons of liquefied hydrogen!

Written by J. Larry Carroll and David Bennett Carren

Directed by John Glen

Filming Schedule: 13th July – 28th July 1994

Original UK Airdate: 25th March 1995 (Sky One); 25th September 1995 (BBC2)

Original US Airdate: 31st October 1994

Additional Cast:

  • Bill Gray David Baxt
  • John Kane Joseph Mydell
  • Azusa Ken Drury
  • Stephen Dallas Paul Humpoletz
  • Captain Tecopa Leigh Tinkler
  • The Snake Ken Whitfield
  • Driver Rob Thirtle
  • Military General Andy Dawson
  • Medic Joanna Berns
  • Creon News Interviewer Joanna Berns
  • Creon Chauffeur Rob Thirtle
  • Creon PC #1 Rob Thirtle
  • Creon PC #2 Andy Dawson
6 Body and Soul

Caught in the radiation field of Merlin’s Asteroid, a prototype spaceship created by recluse industrialist Alden Humes returns to Altor after being lost in space for twenty years. Brogan finds a body on board, opening an investigation into a homicide that took place two decades ago. As he tracks down the killer, Brogan is haunted by the ghost in the machine…

Teleplay by Marc Scott Zicree

Story by Mark Harris

Directed by Sidney Hayers

Filming Schedule: 27th July – 5th August plus 9th August 1994

Original UK Airdate: 8th April 1995 (Sky One); 16th October 1995 (BBC2)

Original US Airdate: 17th October 1994

Additional Cast:

  • Alden Humes Bob Sherman
  • Dag Jomore Rob Thirtle
  • Forensic Leigh Tinkler
  • Underling Will Barton
  • Forensic Will Barton
  • Secretary Joanna Berns
  • Creon PC Will Barton
7 Time To Kill

A routine sweep on a counterfeiting operation goes horribly wrong for the officers of Precinct 88 when they are suddenly attacked by an unstoppable Cyborg and Took is caught in the crossfire. The Cyborg has Brogan marked for death and, one by one, Brogan’s colleagues fall victim to the creature…

Written by Hans Beimler and Richard Manning

Directed by Alan Birkinshaw

Filming Schedule: 8th – 24th August 1994

Original UK Airdate: 1st April 1995 (Sky One); 2nd October 1995 (BBC2)

Original US Airdate: 7th November 1994

Additional Cast:

  • Ross Stephen Billington
  • Tamsin Nigel Gregory
  • Grant Alison Rose
  • Cyborg Glenn Marks
  • Zipload Rob Thirtle
  • Drako Will Barton
  • Tomb Will Barton
  • Nurse Leigh Tinkler
  • Prisoner Joanna Berns
  • Lab Tech Rob Thirtle
  • Tarn Cab Driver Will Barton
  • Creon PC Rob Thirtle
8 Deadline

Brogan and Haldane discover a capsule containing the body of a Tarn male. The autopsy reveals that the tarn is missing vital organs, removed with surgical precision, and Brogan and Haldane find themselves on the trail of organ leggers from Danae – vicious killers who murder for profit and target Brogan as their next donor!

Written by David Bennett Carren and J. Larry Carroll

Directed by John Glen

Filming Schedule: 24th August – 7th September plus 9th September 1994

Original UK Airdate: 15th April 1995 (Sky One); 23rd October 1995 (BBC2)

Original US Airdate: 14th November 1994

Additional Cast:

  • Paul Jorry Steven Berkoff
  • Speedy Truan Munro
  • Rik Ken Whitfield
  • Pike Richard James
  • Nurse Leigh Tinkler
  • Vork Joanna Berns
  • Receptionist Alexa Rosewood
  • Wirt Rob Thirtle
  • Prosperous Creon Will Barton
  • Mime Artist Jason Maverick
  • Body David Oliver
  • Handler Will Barton
  • Local Joanna Berns
  • Local Creon Leigh Tinkler
9 The Power

Jane and Took are assigned to protect a shipment of Luxorian Ice, a vital part of Solartek’s new solar power system which offers a safe alternative to hyper fusion. Meanwhile, Brogan and Haldane investigate the death of reformed jewel thief Vella Sugoi and discover a connection that leads to a deadly struggle for control of Demeter’s lucrative energy franchise…

Teleplay by Sam Graham

Story by Mark Harris

Directed by Sidney Hayers

Filming Schedule: 8th – 20th September 1994

Original UK Airdate: 3rd June 1995 (Sky One); 27th November 1995 (BBC2)

Original US Airdate: 9th January 1995

Additional Cast:

  • Numar Sheila Ruskin
  • Sylvain Alison Fielding
  • Maxx Zeller Tom Chadbon
  • Paramedic Mark Carey
  • Vella Sugoi Ken Whitfield
  • Lindo Sugoi Alexa Rosewood
  • Nurse Leigh Tinkler
  • Rodan Rob Thirtle
  • Commissioner Will Barton
  • Paramedic #1 Mark Carey
  • Businessman Wayne Forester
  • Reporter Alexa Rosewood
  • Protester Joanna Berns
  • Paramedic #2 Will Barton
  • Beautiful Creon Leigh Tinkler
  • Ugly Creon Alexa Rosewood
  • Helmeted Figure Ken Whitfield
  • Creon Commission Member Leigh Tinkler
  • Zeller’s Chauffeur Ken Whitfield
  • Passerby #1 Leigh Tinkler
  • Passerby #2 Ken Whitfield
  • Human Passerby Joanna Berns
  • Creon Passerby Will Barton
  • PC #1 Leigh Tinkler
  • PC#2 Rob Thirtle
  • Creon PC Ken Whitfield
10 Seek And Destroy

With the discovery of Aladine-50, a vaccine against creon fever, the importation of Earth dogs is all the rage in Demeter. Then three executives of Demeter Dogs Inc. are killed in mysterious circumstances and Brogan uncovers a plot that heralds an invasion of Altor by the Omera, an army of nomadic alien killers!

Written by J. Larry Carroll and David Bennett Carren

Directed by Jim Goddard

Filming Schedule: 21st September – 3rd October plus 12th October 1994

Original UK Airdate: 13th May 1995 (Sky One); 13th November 1995 (BBC2)

Original US Airdate: 21st November 1994

Additional Cast:

  • Vachel David Burke
  • Slan Nuri Paul Brennan
  • Noah Ingram John Warnaby
  • Mr Douglas Sidney Livingstone
  • Exeter Wayne Forester
  • Koprov Ken Whitfield
  • Creon Hooker Leigh Tinkler
  • Jonita Styles Alexa Rosewood
  • Zipload Rob Thirtle
  • Forensic Will Barton
  • Creon Reporter Alexa Rosewood
  • Tarn Sketch Artist Will Barton
  • Garbage Man Ken Whitfield
  • Creon Suspect Leigh Tinkler
  • Kenzy Leigh Tinkler
  • A.C Officer Alexa Rosewood
  • Paramedic #1 Will Barton
  • Paramedic #2 Ken Whitfield
  • PC Joanna Berns
  • Creon PC #1 Will Barton
  • Creon PC #2 Leigh Tinkler
11 Illegal

Tildon Alreeuh, an illegal immigrant from Sagania, saves Brogan’s life in a shooting incident, and Brogan learns that his saviour’s son, Nillim, is being held by snuff fight promoter Coe Barner. With immigration officials breathing down their necks, the officers of Precinct 88 go undercover at one of Barner’s bouts to rescue Nillim, but Brogan soon finds himself fighting for his life…

Written by Marc Scott Zicree

Directed by John Glen

Filming Schedule: 3rd – 18th October 1994 plus 5th April 1995 (re-takes for BBC “Six O’Clock” version)

Original UK Airdate: 20th May 1995 (Sky One); 19th February 1996 (BBC2)

Original US Airdate: 16th January 1995

Additional Cast:

  • Tildon Alreeuh Tony Haygarth
  • Nillim Alreeuh Tim Matthews
  • Ogree Pat Roach
  • Seegur Pat Roach
  • Coe Barner Richard James
  • Durl Ken Whitfield
  • Zaydek Wayne Forester
  • Guard #1 Will Barton
  • Guard #2 Terry Richards
  • Tarn Girl Alexa Rosewood
  • Tarn Doctor Will Barton
  • Creon Doctor Wayne Forester
  • Gruvek David Dee
  • Hostess Joanna Berns
  • Immigration Officer Ken Whitfield
  • Drunk Tarn Will Barton
  • Immigration Van Driver Will Barton
  • Creon PC Will Barton
12 Divided We Stand

Jane and Took investigate the theft of a tarn egg-sac from Demeter Memorial Hospital while Brogan and Haldane are assigned to the protection of underworld crime boss Vinny Artak, who is running for city council. When Artak is gunned down in front of them, Brogan and Haldane find themselves under investigation and learn that Vinny Artak just won’t stay dead…

Written by Arthur Sellers

Directed by Alan Birkinshaw and John Glen (Alan Birkinshaw receives sole director credit)

Filming Schedule: 18th – 31st October plus 2nd, 14th, 16th and 17th November 1994

Original UK Airdate: 12th August 1995 (Sky One); 12th February 1996 (BBC2)

Original US Airdate: 30th January 1995

Original Titles: “Mob Wars”, “Carbon Copy”

Additional Cast:

  • Vinny Artak David Quilter
  • Lazlo Kyte Christopher Baines
  • Regina Baylek Suzanne Bertish
  • Reporter #1 Kate Beckett
  • Drak Rebecca Steele
  • Hospital Administrator Dominic Letts
  • Junna Kazar Ken Whitfield
  • Vacua Taz Alexa Rosewood
  • Forensic Will Barton
  • Dodvek Wayne Forester
  • Dodvek Alexa Rosewood
  • Nurse Sonja Mindt
  • Investigator Wayne Forester
  • Reporter #2 Joanna Berns
  • Caller #1 Andy Dawson
  • Caller #2 Alexa Rosewood
  • Volunteer #1 Will Barton
  • Volunteer #2 Wayne Forester
  • PC #1 Ken Whitfield
  • PC #2 Will Barton
13 Two Against The Rock

Haldane and Jane escort Houdini, the most notorious escape artist on Altor, to Asteroid A5 – the maximum security penitentiary known as “The Rock”. But on their arrival at the asteroid, the two officers are horrified to discover that the prisoners have taken over and mass murderer Eric Volker is the new warden…

Teleplay by Sam Graham and Philip Morrow

Story by Paul Robert Coyle (Paul Robert Coyle receives sole writing credit)

Directed by Peter Duffell

Filming Schedule: 1st – 11th November 1994

Original UK Airdate: 29th April 1995 (Sky One); 6th November 1995 (BBC2)

Original US Airdate: 6th February 1995

Additional Cast:

  • Wyndam ‘Houdini’ Derrit Danny Webb
  • Eric Volker Stephen Greif
  • Con #1 Ray Winstone
  • Elliss Richard Huw
  • Sportscaster John Chancer
  • Warden Bronkov Ken Whitfield
  • Ariset Gagnon Will Barton
  • Cranston Will Barton
  • Smike Wayne Forester
  • Tarn PC Leigh Tinkler
  • Newscaster Alexa Rosewood
  • PC Joanna Berns
  • Creon Guard Will Barton
14 Takeover

When Brogan and Haldane are accused of the cold-blooded murder of Naxus Simi and subjected to an Internal Affairs investigation, the officers’ reliability as prosecution witnesses in a case against crime boss Vanus Olvera is called into question. But Brogan and Haldane find there is far more at stake when Jane gives damning evidence against them…

Teleplay by Philip Morrow and Chris Hubbell

Story by J. Larry Carroll and David Bennett Carren (J. Larry Carroll and David Bennett Carren receive sole writing credit)

Directed by John Glen

Second Unit Director Gerry Anderson

Filming Schedule: 14th – 24th November 1994 plus 17th January 1995

Original UK Airdate: 10th June 1995 (Sky One); 4th December 1995 (BBC2)

Original US Airdate: 13th February 1995

Additional Cast:

  • Cambria Elon Maryam D’Abo
  • Damon Reseda Clive Merrison
  • Commissioner Tev Rob Thirtle
  • Miles Yorba Andy Dawson
  • Vanus Olvera Wayne Forester
  • Bailiff Ken Whitfield
  • Medic Leigh Tinkler
  • Brill Will Barton
  • PC Joanna Berns
  • Creon PC Ken Whitfield
15 Predator And Prey

Following the death of an officer from the 79th Precinct in Demeter’s most fashionable nightclub, Brogan and Haldane are teamed with Lt. Verro Walker in a search for a serial killer. Walker is a loose cannon, but may hold the key to the killings when Jane discovers similarities with a string of mysterious homicides that took place nearly a hundred years before!

Written by Nicholas Sagan

Directed by Sidney Hayers

Filming Schedule: 25th November – 8th December plus 12th December 1994

Original UK Airdate: 6th May 1995 (Sky One); 9th October 1995 (BBC2)

Original US Airdate: 20th February 1995

Additional Cast:

  • Verro Walker Rolf Saxon
  • Chloe Vincent Natalie Roles
  • Enil Kmada Richard James
  • Zwellin Rob Thirtle
  • PeriRob Thirtle
  • Bouncer Ken Whitfield
  • Mags Serpell Alexa Rosewood
  • Kroze Leigh Tinkler
  • Timmons Wayne Forester
  • Man #1 Andy Dawson
  • Humanoid Darryl Arnold
  • Bartender Sonja Mindt
  • Animal Control Man Wayne Forester
  • Newsreader Alexa Rosewood
  • Hooker #1 Alexa Rosewood
  • Hooker #2 Leigh Tinkler
  • Dancer #1 Leigh Tinkler
16 The Witness

Small-time crooks are turning up dead on the streets of Demeter City and a search begins for prime suspect Mas Maharg, spotted at the scene of the second murder by Romek’s new partner Morgan. Then Fredo’s daughter Estes is taken ill and Brogan realises that she has been picking up the killer’s thoughts with her paramental eye…

Written by Eric Gethers

Directed by Peter Duffell

Filming Schedule: 9th – 21st December 1994

Original UK Airdate: 24th June 1995 (Sky One); 18th December 1995 (BBC2)

Original US Airdate: 24th April 1995

Additional Cast:

  • Morgan Todd Boyce
  • Iona Datch Kate Harper
  • Mas Maharg Peter-Hugo Daly
  • Estes Fredo Kiran Shah
  • Yolanda* Fredo (misspelled “Yolander” on end credits) Alexa Rosewood
  • Soup Server Leigh Tinkler
  • Chantel Wayne Forester
  • Zipload Rob Thirtle
  • Danny Kav Rob Thirtle
  • Lam Sidney Ken Whitfield
  • Sketch Artist Andy Dawson
  • PC Joanna Berns
  • Patron #1 Rod Woodruff
  • Patron #2 Tony Van Silver
  • Lowlife Creon Andy Dawson
  • Homeless Lowlife Creon Ken Whitfield
17 Hate Street

An outbreak of race riots and hate crimes against Xyronite immigrants is being co-ordinated by Burl Flak, wanted for murder on Danae. Brogan and Haldane are assigned to find Flak and stop the killings, but their investigations are hampered by the appearance of Erika Brandt, a bounty hunter intent on claiming the price on Flak’s head, who just happens to be one of Brogan’s old flames…

Written by Steve Brown

Directed by Piers Haggard

Filming Schedule: 16th – 28th January 1995

Original UK Airdate: 17th June 1995 (Sky One); 11th December 1995 (BBC2)

Original US Airdate: 1st May 1995

Additional Cast:

  • Erika Brandt Frances Barber
  • Burl Flak Christopher Fairbank
  • Sandoff David Quilter
  • Eastman Jeff Harding
  • Tate Robert Hamilton
  • Tropek Rob Thirtle
  • Maya Tropek Kate Harper
  • Tanni Tropek Kiran Shah
  • Skog Tropek Peter O’Farrell
  • Taiko Chan Wayne Forester
  • Chan Alexa Rosewood
  • Barco Andy Dawson
  • Tarn Nurse Leigh Tinkler
  • PC Joanna Berns
  • Tarn Male Rob Thirtle
  • Tarn Female Leigh Tinkler
  • Xyronite #1 Wayne Forester
  • Xyronite #2 Rob Thirtle
  • Tarn Passerby Leigh Tinkler
18 Friends

When computer hacker Reeve Pataki is taken into custody at the Precinct 88 station house, his resourceful friends in the Karel Tarik Brigade infiltrate the station’s mainframe to arrange his escape. Their attempt fails, so the KTB resort to kidnapping, holding Jane hostage aboard a derelict space platform. If Pataki is not released within one hour, Jane will die!

Teleplay by Chris Hubbell, Philip Morrow and Carl Jahnsen

Story by Carl Jahnsen

Directed by Peter Duffell

Filming Schedule: 28th January – 9th February 1995

Original UK Airdate: 8th July 1995 (Sky One); 24th December 1995 (BBC2)

Original US Airdate: 8th May 1995

Additional Cast:

  • Lynn Dilfer Jacqueline Defferary
  • Sprite Jacqueline Defferary
  • Glen Pataki Christopher Thomas
  • Reeve Pataki Ben Walden
  • Arrak Gushen Rob Thirtle
  • Tong Wayne Forester
  • WPC Joanna Berns
  • Creon Guard Andy Dawson
  • Stunts Glenn Marks
19 Smelter Skelter

Sally and Liz are violently threatened during an armed robbery at the Jewellery Centre and Brogan takes a personal interest in tracking down the culprits. His investigations lead him to mining operator Alvin Zann, who plans a daring raid on the orbiting Bank Of Altor with a small beam accelerator – an unstoppable weapon capable of punching a hole in the very fabric of the universe!

Written by Arthur Sellers

Directed by Peter Duffell and Silvio Narizzano (Peter Duffell receives sole director credit)

Filming Schedule: 9th – 24th February 1995

Original UK Airdate: 15th July 1995 (Sky One); 15th January 1996 (BBC2)

Original US Airdate: 15th May 1995

Additional Cast:

  • Alvin Zann Bradley Lavelle
  • Bank Manager Rob Thirtle
  • Naru ReeceRob Thirtle
  • Rudd Alexa Rosewood
  • Saleswoman #1 Alexa Rosewood
  • Ann Drog Melissa Knatchbull
  • Bank Assistant Leigh Tinkler
  • Creon Driver Wayne Forester
  • Bank Tech Wayne Forester
  • Dar Andrew Dawson
  • Lak Robert Fisher
  • Sketch Artist Andrew Dawson
  • Doorman Glenn Marks
  • Saleswoman #2 Leigh Tinkler
  • Van Guard #1 Glenn Marks
  • Van Guard #2 Andrew Dawson
20 Deathwatch

The arrival on Altor of a mysterious meteor fragment heralds the start of strange events at Roetem Towers on Krazucki Street where residents are being terrorised into relocation. As Jane and Took look into the disappearance of an alien farmer, Brogan and Haldane find their investigations at Roetem Towers blocked by Military Intelligence, and Brogan realises that something is going on at the apartment building that threatens all life on Altor.

Written by Michael Berlin and Eric Estrin

Directed by Piers Haggard

Filming Schedule: 27th February – 10th March 1995

Original UK Airdate: 19th August 1995 (Sky One); 26th February 1996 (BBC2)

Original US Airdate: 17th July 1995

Original Title: “Graveyard”

Additional Cast:

  • Bertha Fluss Anne Kristen
  • Captain Tara Weldon Cecilia Noble
  • Randall Butler/Borden Ken Farrington
  • Major Graffa Andy Dawson
  • Skid Rob Thirtle
  • Gullis Wayne Forester
  • Virginia Newton Alexa Rosewood
  • Skyles Rob Thirtle
  • Anza Valentine Alexa Rosewood
  • Radar Technician Wayne Forester
  • Sketch Artist Andy Dawson
  • Tarn Paramedic Rob Thirtle
  • Military Secretary Leigh Tinkler
  • Shopper Leigh Tinkler
  • WPC Joanna Berns
  • Tarn WPC Leigh Tinkler
21 The Fire Within Part One

Pyrist priest Tendall Kalike dies by spontaneous combustion during a ceremony at the Pyrist Temple and the event is witnessed by Took on her first visit to the Temple as a Seeker. Brogan and Castle search for evidence that points to Kalike’s death being homicide and suspicion falls on fellow priest Nevik Brok. Teamed with Podly’s daughter Samina, Haldane goes undercover at the Pyrist Temple to discover the truth…

Written by Steve Brown and Burt Prelutsky

Directed by John Glen

Filming Schedule: 10th March – 5th April 1995 (with Part Two)

Original UK Airdate: 22nd July 1995 (Sky One); 22nd January 1996 (BBC2)

Original US Airdate: 26th June 1995

Additional Cast:

  • The Icar Vedra Jack Hedley
  • Sister Nevik Brok Lisa Orgolini
  • Kalamandro David Quilter
  • Samina Podly Alexa Rosewood
  • Fama Podly Kate Harper
  • Dorek Kyyster (misspelled “Kyster” on end credits) Wayne Forester
  • Kem Flexen Rob Thirtle
  • Sister Fancher Alexa Rosewood
  • Tendall Kalike (misspelled “Kaliki” on end credits) Andy Dawson
  • Elderly Pyrist Mary Ordish
  • Husband Gary Dean
  • Humanoid Mechanic Leigh Tinkler
  • Initiate Leigh Tinkler
  • WPC Joanna Berns
22 The Fire Within Part Two

Samina disappears, Haldane resigns from the force to join the Pyrists and a power struggle amongst the priests leads to a third death at the Temple. Then a witness comes forward who claims that Haldane has murdered Samina, and Podly is forced to issue a warrant for Haldane’s arrest as the Pyrists prepare for the Day of Immolation – the end of the world!

Written by Steve Brown and Burt Prelutsky

Directed by John Glen

Second Unit Director Jason Krasucki

Filming Schedule: 10th March – 5th April 1995 (with Part One) plus 28th April 1995

Original UK Airdate: 29th July 1995 (Sky One); 29th January 1996 (BBC2)

Original US Airdate: 3rd July 1995

Additional Cast:

  • The Icar Vedra Jack Hedley
  • Sister Nevik Brok Lisa Orgolini
  • Kalamandro David Quilter
  • Samina Podly Alexa Rosewood
  • Fama Podly Kate Harper
  • Dorek Kyyster (misspelled “Kyster” on end credits) Wayne Forester
  • Zipload Rob Thirtle
  • Kem Flexen Rob Thirtle
  • Judge Lasik Zorine Rob Thirtle
  • Elderly Pyrist Mary Ordish
  • Husband Gary Dean
  • Initiate Leigh Tinkler
  • Pyrist Wendy Cooper
  • Alien Pyrist Leigh Tinkler
  • WPC Joanna Berns
23 The Forever Beetle

Pteronarcys Eternicum, a rare beetle capable of cell regeneration, is stolen from Dexkor Laboratories. Brogan and Haldane are assigned to the case and suspect that the theft may be an inside job. But Brogan is preoccupied with nailing drugs dealer Amory Wolf whom he believes is responsible for the death of Tommy Murphy, his oldest friend. Meanwhile, Jane and Took have a run-in with local hero Thunder Cole…

Written by Peter Dunne

Directed by Peter Duffell

Filming Schedule: 3rd – 13th April 1995

Original UK Airdate: 5th August 1995 (Sky One); 5th February 1996 (BBC2)

Original US Airdate: 10th July 1995

Additional Cast:

  • Tommy Murphy Sam Douglas
  • Amory Wolf Constantine Gregory
  • Thunder Cole Glen McCrory
  • Long Andy Dawson
  • Nardo Wayne Forester
  • Rupp Rob Thirtle
  • Drover Pike Rob Thirtle
  • Sketch Artist Andy Dawson
  • Bartender Alexa Rosewood
  • WPC #1 Joanna Berns
  • WPC #2 Leigh Tinkler
  • Creon Hooker Leigh Tinkler
  • Sena M Kiran Shah
  • Security Guard Glenn Marks
  • Voice of Dr. Long David Graham
24 Deathwatch Conclusion

After Major Graffa is possessed by the alien meteor found buried beneath Roetem Towers, Captain Weldon steals the meteor fragment that landed at Butler’s farm and goes AWOL. She kidnaps Brogan to enlist his help in recovering the meteor from Graffa, but Carson learns that the meteor is a parasitic alien seed and the meteor fragment is a spore to fertilise it – bringing them together will destroy all life on Altor!

Written by Arthur Sellers

Directed by Piers Haggard

Filming Schedule: 13th – 28th April 1995

Original UK Airdate: 26th August 1995 (Sky One); 4th March 1996 (BBC2)

Original US Airdate: 24th July 1995

Original Title: “Graveyard II”

Additional Cast:

  • Captain Tara Weldon Cecilia Noble
  • Major Graffa Rob Thirtle
  • I.A. Commander Burnell Tucker
  • Nox Wayne Forester
  • Reimer Alexa Rosewood
  • Pawldo Andy Dawson
  • Shadow Glenn Marks
  • Arresting Officer Lindsay Harris
  • Reporter Alexa Rosewood
  • Duty Officer Andy Dawson
  • Tech #1 Andy Dawson
Cast List
Lt. Patrick Brogan Ted Shackelford
Elizabeth Brogan Megan Olive
Officer Jackson Haldane Rob Youngblood
Officer Silas Romek Lou Hirsch
Officer Jane Castle Simone Bendix
Officer Hubble Orrin Richard James/Kieron Jecchinis
Sally Brogan Nancy Paul
Officer Aurelia Took Mary Woodvine/Collette Hiller
Captain Rexton Podly Jerome Willis
Sergeant Thorald Fredo David Quilter
Matthew Brogan Nic Klein
Officer Lionel Carson Joseph Mydell
Voice of Slomo Gary Martin