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Intro

Hello,
This is not a profile for individual contributors to My Science Fiction Life. This is a generic profile used by the BBC My Science Fiction Life webteam to enter users' contributions where, for one reason or another, the recollections have not been able to be connected directly to their user profile.

If you take a look at the recollection itself, you'll see the user name of the contributor who wrote the actual recollection.


The My Science Fiction Life site is now closed to contributions. From this page you can see an archive of all the recollections made by this user.


Recollections

These are entries a_contributor has written in their Science Fiction Life

Added: 29/03/2007

The Year Of The Sex Olympics: reality tv bites

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The Tripods: Enlightenment

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The Voyage of the Space Beagle: Old school space opera

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V for Vendetta: Orwellian Nightmare

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The Trigan Empire : Romans in Space!

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The Tomorrow People: Sci-Fi starring kids for kids.

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"Excellent piece on the book and author."

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"Couldn't have said it better myself, and didn't!"

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"Red Dwarf is part of a marriage now."

Sourdust appreciated an analysis of Invasion of the Body Snatchers
"Exposes the shallowness of the lazy critical orthodoxy."



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