021 > Sprocket Science 3.0
A frame of the beautiful animation in the BBC TV production of ‘The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy’ (1981). People often ask me if Tony animated the sequences. He didn’t and contrary to popular belief, they weren’t made using a computer. You can read how the animation was created by Betty Day, Dave Hall, John Percy, Kevin Davies, Val Lord & Rod Lord, here: http://www.rodlord.com

021 > Sprocket Science 3.0

TP was a big Hitchhiker's Guide fan and I’m well chuffed that I’ve finally found a way of getting a reference into this documentary project.Last week, I spoke to scanner-enthusiast…

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019 > Sprocket Science
Cintel scanner publicity. Oof! If I was trying to sell a scanner I wouldn’t include all that light leak.

019 > Sprocket Science

So far so good...> I’ve logged the contents of TP’s film archive.> I’ve perfected a method of shooting animated 16mm footage.It looks like I’m on the way to creating...> A…

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018 > The Broomway
The Broomway crosses Maplin and Foulness sands. It gets its name from the posts that mark the way. Mud, fog and fast incoming tides can easily cause problems for the walker.

018 > The Broomway

I live near The Broomway, 'the most perilous path in Britain’. I haven't tried walking it yet, because I’m a bit scared of sinking sand.Having this fear is probably a…

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