28 episodes

Two fans have a look at each episode of Blake's 7, in order, discussing what we love about it, but also going into more depth about the stories and characters.

We'll also be looking at the guests stars, and including some fun segments such as "look, it was the 1970s", "what cool lines did Chris Boucher write for Avon this week?", and "player of the week"!

Space Fall: A Blake's 7 Podcast David

    • TV & Film
    • 5.0 • 43 Ratings

Two fans have a look at each episode of Blake's 7, in order, discussing what we love about it, but also going into more depth about the stories and characters.

We'll also be looking at the guests stars, and including some fun segments such as "look, it was the 1970s", "what cool lines did Chris Boucher write for Avon this week?", and "player of the week"!

    28 - Season B Special

    28 - Season B Special

    Join us for a look back at Series B as we discuss our thoughts on the season as a whole and the development of the characters and story; look forward into Series C, plus give our choices for Top and Bottom 3 episodes and catch up on some listener e-mails.

    • 1 hr 22 min
    27 - Star One

    27 - Star One

    "Blake's search for Star One, the secret Federation control centre, takes him to the edge of the galaxy, and humanity to the edge of annihilation."
    Synopsis from The Canberra Times (Canberra) 30 May 1980.

    We're (finally) back from our extended break to continue our journey through Blakes 7!
    Join us for a discussion of the thirteenth and final episode of Series B, first broadcast 03 April 1979.
    (First screened in Australia on Friday, 30 May 1980 at 7:30pm)

    • 56 min
    26 - The Keeper

    26 - The Keeper

    One of the tribal chiefs on the planet Goth unknowingly holds the secret to Star One. Blake's problem is to stay alive while he discovers which one.”
    Synopsis from The Canberra Times (Canberra), 23 May 1980.

    Join us for a discussion of the 12th episode of Blakes 7 Series 2, first broadcast on March 27th, 1979.
    (First shown in Australia on Friday, May 23rd 1980 at 7:30pm)

    • 52 min
    25 - Gambit

    25 - Gambit

    “Searching for the man who has the secret of Star One, Blake comes to Freedom City, which has a rich casino and a large mortuary.”
    Synopsis from The Age (Melbourne), 15 May 1980.

    Join us for a discussion of the 11th episode of Blakes 7 Series 2, first broadcast on March 20th, 1979.
    (First shown in Australia on Friday, May 16th 1980 at 7:30pm)

    • 1 hr 5 min
    24 - Voice From The Past

    24 - Voice From The Past

    “A mysterious telepathic signal reminds Blake of his torture and trial, and under its influence he changes the course of the Liberator.”
    Synopsis from The Age (Melbourne), 08 May 1980.


    Join us for a discussion of the 10th episode of Blakes 7 Series 2, first broadcast on March 13th, 1979.
    (First shown in Australia on Friday, May 9th 1980 at 7:30pm)

    • 1 hr 3 min
    23 - Countdown

    23 - Countdown

    We're back for 2020!

    “An anti-Federation uprising on the planet Albion brings dire consequences for everyone, including Blake and his crew.”
    Synopsis from The Age (Melbourne), 01 May 1980.

    Join us for a discussion of the 9th episode of Blakes 7 Series 2, first broadcast on March 6th, 1979.
    (First shown in Australia on Friday, May 2nd 1980 at 7:30pm)

    • 49 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
43 Ratings

43 Ratings

Djm Bird ,

Excellent Podcast

An intelligent and humorous review of each B7 episode, served up nicely by two obviously genuine fans. Very entertaining and informative stuff is this. I can’t recommend any more highly, compulsive listening , thanks guys.

pepemacca ,

Not expendable not stupid and (hopefully) not going

A Very thorough review of each episode, cast profiles, trivia, head cannon retcons, it’s more stuffed than the Liberator’s wardrobe. Servalan would be proud!

Tim Smif ,

Great in depth critiques and perfect rewatch podcast

I love how they talk about the themes of the show and the building relationships between the characters, whilst also not being afraid to talk about the show’s downfalls when they are apparent. They sound like English teachers dictating to a class (I mean that in a good way, fun teachers). Overall very enjoyable

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