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Prisoners of Gravity

Prisoners of Gravity

Rick Green was unhappy with the way that the world was going: wars, pollution, world hunger... so he packed up his belongings, strapped a rocket to his car and blasted off for space. Unfortunately, he crashed into a communications satellite, and now he's stuck there.

Every week, using his alter ego Commander Rick, he hi-jacks the airwaves using the technology on the satellite, and takes over the TVO programming, interrupting Second Nature, hosted by Enrico Gruen, to broadcast his own views on the direction that science fiction, fantasy, horror and comic books are going. Each week, a particular issue is discussed, including interviews with leading authors, artists, producers and actors in the genres.
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Final: 5x25 -- Evolution (Apr/27/1994)

Commander Rick looks at the question of where we go from here, and discusses that with science fiction and non-fiction authors.
Rick Green (1)
As Commander Rick

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Recurring Guests

Neil Gaiman (26 eps)
Spider Robinson (20 eps)
Gregory Benford (18 eps)
Nancy Kress (17 eps)
Clive Barker (16 eps)
Will Eisner (16 eps)
Harlan Ellison (15 eps)
Garfield Reeves-Stevens (13 eps)
Douglas Adams (13 eps)
Charles De Lint (13 eps)

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Warning: Prisoners of Gravity guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Talk Shows
Genre: Interview | Literature | Sci-Fi
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: TVOntario ( Canada)
Airs: Mondays at 08:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: January, 1989
Ended: April, 1994
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