A dynamic remastering of the original BBC Radio 4 full-cast serial – Fit the First to Fit the Sixth – which spawned a phenomenal hitchhiking legend
The original series of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, remastered by Dirk Maggs (director of the Tertiary, Quandary and Quintessential Phases) to give a full, vibrant sound, now with Philip Pope’s version of the familiar theme tune and specially re-recorded announcements by John Marsh.
Join Arthur Dent, Ford Prefect,Trillian, Zaphod Beeblebrox and Marvin the Paranoid Android in their first series of adventures as they witness the destruction of Earth to make way for a hyperspace bypass, stumble upon the ancient planet of Magrathea, dine at the Restaurant at the End of the Universe, and seek an answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, The Universe And Everything.
Peter Jones, Simon Jones, Geoffrey McGivern, Mark Wing-Davey, Susan Sheridan, Stephen Moore and a full supporting cast star in these BBC Radio 4 episodes.
A special 55-minute bonus programme, Douglas Adams’s Guide to the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, explores the genesis of the radio series and its incredible success, with contributions from the original cast andproduction team.
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Hitchhikers guide to hilarity
Absolutely top notch entertainment. Buy this if you have the books or if you don't. Buy this if you have the time to listen, if you don't have the time make it! For excellent comedic scripting please see babel fish section!
Hitchhikers guide to the Galaxy
Fantastic to hear this again- sadly it's VERY LOW 64KBS bit rate makes all the hardwork in re-mastering the original show utterly pointless as it sounds like eggs are frying & gurgling whilst listening- i-Tunes really should do better than this - I'M VERY DISAPPOINTED- AVOID if you consider audio quality important...
I was about to purchase but decided to preview first. Audio quality on the preview is terrible. I have this on a 10 yr old cassette tape and quality is better. Is the preview representative of the full version?