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SCIENCE FICTION

So Long, And Thanks for all the Visch
Douglas Adams and Doctor Snuggles

Visch
Published in:
Vector 274 (Winter 2013/14)

Pages: 10-13.

Editor: Shana Worthen

Publisher: The British Science Fiction Association

ISSN: 05050448

LINK: http://www.bsfa.co.uk/bsfa-publications/vector/

BLURB:

Fans of Douglas Adams who were born in the 1970s well may have encountered one of his more obscure works before any of the more famous pieces; nay, without even realising it. In 1978 Adams and sometime collaborator John Lloyd scripted two 25-minute episodes of Doctor Snuggles, an animated children's programme of whimsical, wonderland logic and trippy adventures. Adams devotees may find themselves intuiting a 'lost' Adams masterpiece, but how much DNA really went into the pogo-stick wielding, tea-drinking Snuggles?

 
 
EXCERPTS
 

  - random selection from the unpublished memoire, Freefall