“Terrahawks, stay on this channel…”
In the not too distant future, the Earth finds itself under constant threat from Zelda, a blood-thirsty android who, along with her fiendish family and monstrous creations, has established a base on Mars. The only thing standing between this evil queen and her quest for the ultimate annihilation of mankind are the Terrahawks – an intrepid band of heroes led by the stern but fair clone, Doctor Tiger Ninestein.
In this series, the Terrahawks face brand new villains as well as familiar faces like Dick Branston. But after a few encounters with Zelda, she suddenly vanishes without trace. Only a sinister package can help the Terrahawks prepare for what is to come next, but will they decode the message in time?
2.1 Sale of the Galaxy by Andrew T Smith and Jamie Anderson
Ninestein and Zelda both receive invitations to appear on a gruesome gameshow – The Sale of the Galaxy. But will grim gameshow host, Nickel-plate Starsons’ personal history with Zelda influence the outcome of the game? Guest starring Nicholas Parsons!
2.2 The Trouble with Toy Boys by Chris Dale
A pernicious puppet – one half of a famous ventriloquist act – is on the loose, but even the Terrahawks can’t keep a bad dummy down as Timmy the Toy Boy takes his final act to Hawknest!
2.3 Return to Sender by Chris Dale
The return of a missing NASA probe and an encounter with an old flame of Ninestein’s means a case of fatal attraction for the Terrahawks.
2.4 Renta-Hawks by Andrew T Smith
A beautiful island in the pacific - the secret base of Global Rescue. So far – undetected. Outwardly the luxury home to billionaire ex-nightclub owner Dick Branston. But there’s something fishy about this gang of slick would-be heroes – particularly the firm’s backer.
2.5 Chain of Command by Geraldine Donaldson
With Zelda missing, the government’s focus is firmly on the Terrahawks, and Ninestein is under serious pressure to cooperate. So when a mysterious device lands in Texas, Kate and Mary must go on a Thelma and Louise style mission to prevent the package getting into the wrong hands.
2.6 Lights, Camera, Disaster by David Hirsch
It-Star’s plans for a propaganda movie go awry when Anderburr Pictures’ new owner – Lord Low Grade – decides to make a few alterations to the script.
2.7 Count Anaconda's Magnificent Orbiting Circus by Terry Adlam
Roll up, roll up for the most amazing show in the Universe. Malevolent MC Count Anaconda welcomes one and all to the orbiting big top, although the chances are that you may never leave...
2.8 My Enemy's Enemy by Jamie Anderson
Hiro and Ninestein finally decode Zelda’s message, and not a moment too soon. The android queen is in trouble – on the run from her greatest foe; a direct descendent of her original master – Prince Zegar of Guk. Finding themselves outgunned and outnumbered, could this be the end of the Terrahawks?
Guk Warning: This audio features murder, violence, destruction and warfare, all involving puppets - some scenes may be disturbing for puny Earth-scum!
Eight episodes on four CDs, with a bonus, behind-the-scenes CD featuring interviews with the cast and crew.
'Jamie Anderson and Company do a marvellous job throughout this second box set, blending the usual social commentary with mythology to lend all the characters depth' Sci-Fi Pulse
'Terrahawks remains as daft and loveable as ever, with plenty of excitement, a dash of the grotesque and a healthy dollop or two of satire. Though the finale seems pretty climatic, we are keeping our fingers firmly crossed for a further series of launches from Hawknest. Stay on this channel!' 5 Stars. Cult Box