Talk:The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: The Original Radio Scripts

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I have therecent reprint (25th anniversary edition) - I just checked and no dialogue is missing for Fit the 12th, nor any other thant I noticed. I've removed the comment about it. GRAHAMUK 10:16 15 Jul 2003 (UTC)

Which edition is the dialogue meant to be missing from? I've compared Fit the Twelfth from the first US edition (1985) to the 2003 anniversary edition and I don't notice any difference either. --JohnDBuell 02:25, 24 May 2005 (UTC)


For those Wikipedians with this book, would someone please post an ISBN Link in this page?

Done. --JohnDBuell 17:34, 30 May 2005 (UTC)

Marvin sketch on Studio B15[edit]

Broadcast 03/01/1982 (Sunday) on BBC Radio 1 between 14:30pm and 16:00pm. Presented by Adrian Love, with reporter Terry Christian. Produced by Chris Longle. Marvin The Paranoid Android (voiced by Stephen Moore) appears in eighteen minute 'phone in interview' sketch written by Douglas Adams. Show not preserved in Sound Archives. Details as recorded on log of all broadcast programmes in BBC Written Archives Centre at Caversham, although there's nothing online (barring brief mentions on a couple of blogs and Hitchhikers fan sites). Feel free to check this at the Written Archives Centre if you really feel the need.

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