Accompanying BBC Two's landmark history of Science Fiction, "Tomorrow's Worlds", these exclusive iPlayer films give three contrasting, but revealing, insights into the world of Science Fiction. In "Stories from the Stars", leading actors including William Shatner, Rutger Hauer, Nichelle Nichols and Richard Dreyfuss share surprising and entertaining on- and off-set anecdotes. In "Invasion of the Fans", an assortment of British SF enthusiasts share their passions, from dressing up as Cybermen to founding a Jedi religion. And in "Days of Fear and Wonder" Geek Syndicate podcasters - David Monteith and Barry Nugent - review the British Film Institute's blockbuster Science Fiction film season "Days of Fear and Wonder".
Runtime: 20 minutes
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Planets in science fiction are fictional planets that appear in various media of the science fiction genre as story-settings or depicted locations.
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Balaho — The Unggoy homeworld from the Halo series. It is located in the Tala system and orbited by Buwan and Padpad. Ballybran — A planet in Anne McCaffrey's Crystal Singer series. Ballybran is a toxic world where the inhabitants must form a symbiotic relationship with a spore in order to survive. Belzagor — A planet colonized by Earth, whose natives are the elephant-like nildoror, in Downward to the Earth by Robert Silverberg. Big Planet — An enormous but not very dense planet, settled by Earth colonists and divided into a large number of colorful social groupings, in the novels Big Planet and Showboat World by Jack Vance. Botany — An Earth-like agricultural world to which prisoners and slaves are transported in the Catteni Series by Anne McCaffrey. Bronson Alpha and Bronson Beta — Planets that enter the solar system in Philip Gordon Wylie and Edwin Balmer's novel When Worlds Collide. Bronson Alpha collides with the Earth, destroying it. Bronson Beta is settled by survivors of the catastrophe in the sequel After Worlds Collide.
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