"Blake's 7": Travis - Point of No Return/Avon - Eye of the Machine 1.2/1.3: The Early Years

"Blake's 7": Travis - Point of No Return/Avon - Eye of the Machine 1.2/1.3: The Early Years

CD-Audio ake's 7

By (author) Ben Aaronovitch, By (author) James Swallow

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  • Publisher: B7 Media
  • Format: CD-Audio
  • Dimensions: 124mm x 138mm x 10mm | 118g
  • Publication date: 24 November 2008
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1906577064
  • ISBN 13: 9781906577063
  • Edition: 1, Unabridged
  • Edition statement: Unabridged
  • Sales rank: 2,004,996

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Eye Of The Machine The University of Oxford in the year 2230, and the campus is a hotbed of student protest as Roj Blake's Freedom Party seeks to sweep away a century of corrupt rule. Kerr Avon (Colin Salmon), a young man from the frontier, brilliant, ambitious and naïve, has arrived to make his mark on the future. Working with Professor Ensor (Geoffrey Palmer), the Federation's eminent cyberneticist, Avon has no intention of getting involved in politics - - he may be naïve, but he isn't stupid. But, when he meets activist Anna Grant (Keeley Hawes), all bets are off.... Written by Ben Aaronovitch, directed by Andrew Mark Sewell. Point Of No Return The right hand of Supreme Commander Servalan, Travis (Craig Kelly) is the relentless security officer dedicated to hunting down the dissident Roj Blake... but what choices made him the man he became? London, 2230. On the eve of a tense election that will send shockwaves throughout the Federation, Major Stefan Travis finds his liberty unexpectedly cancelled and a new assignment thrust upon him. A key political opponent of the government, Carl Varon (Peter Guinness), has been arrested, accused of hate crimes and incitement to violence, but a trail of murder and conspiracy leads Travis to doubt the truth presented to him. When the deadly threat of a terrorist atrocity looms, how far will he go to prevent the deaths of millions of people? Written by James Swallow, directed by Andrew Mark Sewell.

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