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The Girl From Tommorow - 1/4/2007 2:52:55 AM   
musewitch


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Very old BBC (I think) serise about a girl from the future who is stranded in our time.  Thats all I can remember on it, but I've started downloading it because I remember it being brilliant. 

Can't wait for episode 1 to compleate!

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RE: The Girl From Tommorow - 1/4/2007 3:20:28 AM   
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I loved this show. Seem to remember the girl having powers she used through some device she wore on her head. Also she got drunk by eating chocolate - beyond that I dont remember much. There was a sequel though - Tomorrows End which my childhood memories tell me resemebled Blade Runner but I guess the reality will be some what different...

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RE: The Girl From Tommorow - 1/4/2007 10:20:24 AM   
musewitch


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Rgirvan44

I loved this show. Seem to remember the girl having powers she used through some device she wore on her head. Also she got drunk by eating chocolate - beyond that I dont remember much. There was a sequel though - Tomorrows End which my childhood memories tell me resemebled Blade Runner but I guess the reality will be some what different...


Yeah thats right, it was like a hairband and she could levitate things with it.  There was a second serise, with a time gate as well as the time capsule. I've got that downloading too.  I remember people writing in to the BBC asking if they would make it avalable to buy it was that good!


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RE: The Girl From Tomorrow - 1/4/2007 10:25:43 AM   
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I believe the device is called a 'Transducer'. 

I don't know if I ever saw the first series, but Tomorrow's End was, at least at the time, a very good programme. Even if the accents and repeatedly talking about 'The Great Disastah' did tend to grate after a while. I think they did much more cause and effect time travel stuff in that one.




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RE: The Girl From Tomorrow - 1/4/2007 10:41:11 AM   
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Ha!  You've awakened some very old memories with that one!

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RE: The Girl From Tomorrow - 1/4/2007 11:12:14 AM   
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Look what I just found!

http://www.shock.com.au/releases/info.asp?release_ID=130394



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RE: The Girl From Tomorrow - 1/4/2007 11:21:21 AM   
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Ha, I used to love this! Wasn't the girl called Alana or something like that and there were always Bad Guys after her? Cracking programme. At least, that's how I remember it - I'd probably find it all cheesy and funny if I watched it now.

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RE: The Girl From Tomorrow - 1/4/2007 12:06:57 PM   
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They just don't make kid's programmes like this anymore.

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RE: The Girl From Tommorow - 2/4/2007 9:40:58 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Rgirvan44

I loved this show. Seem to remember the girl having powers she used through some device she wore on her head. Also she got drunk by eating chocolate - beyond that I dont remember much. There was a sequel though - Tomorrows End which my childhood memories tell me resemebled Blade Runner but I guess the reality will be some what different...


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