Thunderbirds Are Go: Buried Treasure premieres this Saturday, 25th January

The latest Thunderbirds Are Go episode, Buried Treasure premieres at 8:30am this Saturday 25th January on ITV and CITV, repeated Sunday at 5:55pm on CITV or catch up afterwards on the ITV Hub.

Virgil and Gordon must rescue a trapped urban-explorer in a trash mine while Brains attempts a risky mission.

Easter Eggs: The Groundskeeper is humming the Fireball XL5 theme song, and this is reflected in episode’s music.
  

Thunderbirds Are Go: Avalanche this Saturday

Premieres at 8:00am on Saturday 13th July on ITV and CITV. Repeated Sunday, Wednesday 4.30pm and Thursday at 7:30am on CITV.

An avalanche traps vlogger Brandon “The Bear” Berrenger (Tom Rosenthal) and his camera assistant Goose in a treacherous snowy basin. Scott, Alan and Virgil must work carefully to dig out Brandon without triggering a second disaster with their vehicles. This is a rather ‘public’ rescue for IR – how will they respond to being in front of the camera?

Easter Eggs:

  • Brand Berrenger returns
  • Sherpa Pod is used

Supercelebration Treasure 8: Eagle Transporter model kit, Thunderbirds Are Go art print and more

At Fanderson’s Supercelebration convention this September we’ll be raising much-needed funds for our convention charity.

Members who registered for the convention before June have nominated charities that they’d like us to support, and the club committee will be considering all nominees at their July meeting.

Our generous friends, partners, licensees and club members have donated a raft of unusual and rare items which will all be going home with convention delegates as a result of our blind and live auctions, raffles and other activities during the weekend.

If you would like to donate something to raise money for a great cause, please e-mail details (including photos) to us at fanderson.org.uk@outlook.com.

With raffle tickets at just £1 each, everyone, whatever your budget, has a chance of going home with something special and helping a good cause. Keep an eye out for more items, and start saving your pocket money!

To give you just a taste of the range that will be on offer…

Haynes Tracy Island jigsaw puzzle (available recently from £10 online)

Thunderbirds Are Go TB4 cut out (approximately 90x70cm)

MPC Deluxe Eagle Transporter model kit (available recently from £60 online)

Thunderbirds Are Go TB2 End Titles Art Print (a limited edition of just 20 prints were made, numbered and signed by the artist Gus Hunter)

Thunderbirds Are Go: Getaway this Saturday

Premieres at 8:00am on Saturday 6th July on ITV and CITV. Repeats Sunday 6pm, Wednesday 4.30pm and Thursday at 7:30am on CITV (Freeview 203).

Lady Penelope, Parker and Sherbet answer a distress call from Parker’s old acquaintances – Light-Fingered Fred (voiced by Alan Ford) and Gomez (voiced by Larry Lamb). The distress turns out to be a ruse, with Fred and Gomez actually wanting to use FAB1 as their getaway car. Parker and Lady Penelope join a high-speed chase through the London underground.

Easter Eggs:

  • Gomez is a character referenced in the Thunderbirds series, as is the Sonic Wave Device. It’s this that Gomez uses to steal the BR2 racing car
  • Light-Fingered Fred is a reference to the Thunderbirds series. Light-fingered Fred was the ex-cellmate of Parker, when they were both incarcerated at Parkmoor Scrubs prison.

Thunderbirds Are Go: Chain Reaction this Saturday

Premieres at 8:00am on Saturday 29th June on ITV and CITV. Repeats Sunday 6pm, Wednesday 4.30pm and Thursday at 7:30am on CITV (Freeview 203).

Movie night at Tracy Island is interrupted when a young GDF guard (voiced by Navin Chowdhry) gets trapped inside a radioactive nuclear facility that is said to be haunted by a mythical ‘Beast’. Scott goes in to assist, with help from the GDF, to find they are up against more than they bargained for… Will they uncover the truth about the Shackleton Beast?

Easter Eggs:

  • Shackleton power plant is named after Keith Shackleton
  • Fans of classic Gerry Anderson series will no doubt recognise Scott’s choice for movie night!

Thunderbirds Are Go: Signals part two this Saturday

Premieres at 8:00am on Saturday 22nd June on ITV and CITV. Repeated Sunday 6pm on CITV (Freeview 203) and Wednesday 4.30pm on CITV.

To recover a key clue to Jeff Tracy’s fate, International Rescue members split up on missions in space and at the bottom of the ocean. Thunderbird 3 has been stolen by Havoc, so Kayo and Alan must work quickly to re-capture the Thunderbird. Virgil, Scott and Lady Penelope are fighting underwater quicksludge to retrieve the Zero-X capsule. Brains formulates a plan.

Thunderbirds Are Go: Signals part one this Saturday

Premieres at 8:00am on Saturday 15th June on ITV and CITV. Repeated Sunday 6pm on CITV (Freeview 203) and Wednesday 4.30pm on CITV.

To recover a key clue to Jeff Tracy’s fate, International Rescue members split up on missions in space and at the bottom of the ocean. Kayo and Alan tackle a giant laser in a space debris facility while Virgil, Scott and Lady Penelope are fighting underwater quicksludge. The Chaos Crew are causing trouble and even manage to commandeer one of the Thunderbirds…

Easter Eggs:

  1. We will see the final footage of Jeff Tracy from before his disappearance
  2. The clue to Jeff Tracy’s fate involves the Zero-X

Thunderbirds Are Go: SOS Part Two

Premieres at 8:00am on Saturday 8th June on ITV and CITV

Repeats Sunday 6pm on CITV (Freeview 203) and Wednesday 4.30pm on CITV.

With Braman’s distress call transmitting repeatedly to International Rescue, Gordon attempts to recover the robot from the underwater wreckage of the Calypso, but the Chaos Crew get to it first. Brains makes a startling discovery about the origin of Braman’s distress signal.