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SEASON1 EPISODE 6 RE-ENTRY FORBIDDEN by Don Shaw
Cape Kennedy: Anxious ground crew staff at Houston Mission Control watch as the countdown to launch reaches its last thirty seconds. This is being relayed on the television. It is a historic moment – the first nuclear powered rocket these with the first English astronaut on-board. The rocket takes off safely.
The inside of the command module, Sunfire 1 is being televised. One of those watching in America is Carol, the wife of the British astronaut, Dick Larch who is with Doctor Charles Goldsworthy, a Germanic-American psychologist - they are smoking heavily! As they are watching the three crew begin their final orbit, Dick makes a quip about the Boston Tea Party which amuses Goldsworthy but his wife said he had rehearsed it...
Dick is in charge of putting in co-ordinates. He listens to the Mission Control voice reading it out and punches in the numbers – and makes a mistake unnoticed by his colleagues Command Pilot Edwards and Max Friedman A second later, Mission Control tells them that they are moving off track. 'We have no on-board malfunctions, Houston,' reports the pilot.
SEASON 1 EPISODE 7 THE DEVIL'S SWEETS by Don Shaw
Four strangely dressed young ladies wearing a checker board patterned miniskirt and silver tights ambush two City Gents with a tray of sweets which they eagerly sample...
The mews within which this activity is occuring happens to be where Pat Hunnisett lives. She's in a bit of a hurry and doesn't look terribly happy, but quickly takes an offered chocolate and eats it.
When she arrives at the office, Bradley is making some tea and scolds Pat for being late, who is sent in to see Quist.
Quist is finishing off a call from the Minister and Ridge is not very happy. The team had been seconded to the Ministry of Health into research on cigarette smoking and Quist takes the credit for reducing smoking by 9%. But the Minister wants them to wrap up the investigation and forget about it which Ridge is keen to do. 'But in a professional manner,' adds Quist. Ridge is sent to check the latest sales figures with Bradley. Pat is sent in and apologises for being late, problems with waiting for the Gas Board and London transport. Quist is not impressed 'We may be employed on unimportant work at the moment but that is no excuse for being slapdash.'