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On 26th November 1977, the mysterious alien voice of “Vrillon” broke onto the five o’clock news. The intruder had a warning to the viewers of Southern Television: live in peace or leave the galaxy….
 
For forty-five years, those responsible have not been identified. 
Who, or what, was behind The Interruption?
 
The new eight-part series, releasing Monday the 28th November 2022. Two episodes dropping weekly.

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The Interruption Stak

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.7 • 26 Ratings

On 26th November 1977, the mysterious alien voice of “Vrillon” broke onto the five o’clock news. The intruder had a warning to the viewers of Southern Television: live in peace or leave the galaxy….
 
For forty-five years, those responsible have not been identified. 
Who, or what, was behind The Interruption?
 
The new eight-part series, releasing Monday the 28th November 2022. Two episodes dropping weekly.

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    Episode Four: Close Encounters

    Episode Four: Close Encounters

    In the last episode, we met two amateur investigators, StarDoG and AP Strange.
    Like Tommie, the duo had fallen down the Interruption rabbit hole and had been working on this incident for years – with limited success.
    However, something they say sends Tommie on a road trip… and somehow he ends up on the phone to a certain spoon-bending psychic.
    Two new episodes dropping every Monday. Episodes 5 & 6 out on the 12th of December.
    Subscribe now to never miss an episode.
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    Bournemouth University's Archives and Special Collections https://libguides.bournemouth.ac.uk/archives-special-collections
     
    IBA, 1977. Southern TV 1976-79 Programme Contract: Demonstration Poster - IBA Corfe Castle Television Relay Station, 29 November 1977. Bournemouth University. IBA Archive (File 3996081). Unpublished.
     
    IBA, 1967. Programme Contractors Southern 1957-1980: Letter - Summary of Technical Issues from B.Y. Bultitude [Southern's Chief Technical Engineer], 3 October 1967. Bournemouth University. IBA Archive (File 3995309). Unpublished.

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    • 35 min
    Episode Three: First Contact

    Episode Three: First Contact

    Many UFO movements believe aliens can take control of humans and use them as their mouthpieces.
    Many of these “contactees” are still around today and some offer their psychic services online.
    It gave us an idea: why not put our questions to Vrillon directly?
    Two new episodes dropping every Monday. Episodes 5 & 6 out on the 12th of December.
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    • 38 min
    Episode Two: The Father, the Son, and the Flying Saucer

    Episode Two: The Father, the Son, and the Flying Saucer

    As The Interruption took place over the airwaves, we don’t have any physical evidence left behind. But we do have one thing: the message. 
    You see, at the time no one really listened to what the alien had to say, it was simply shrugged off. But Tommie thinks that was a mistake…
    Two new episodes dropping every Monday. Episodes 3 & 4 out on the 5th of December.
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    • 35 min
    Episode One: A Breakthrough in Sound

    Episode One: A Breakthrough in Sound

    For Southern Television, a TV station based in the south of England, November 26th 1977 was a day like any other.
    Until 5:00pm, when this happened.
    “This is the voice of Vrillon. Representative of the Ashtar Galactic Command speaking to you.”  
    Nobody came forward to claim responsibility for this event. No one has been caught. For forty-five years, this strange incident has remained a mystery.
    For Stak, Tommie Trelawny reopens the case…
    Who, or what, was behind The Interruption?
    Two new episodes dropping every Monday. Episodes 1 & 2 out now.
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    • 38 min
    The Interruption | Launching Monday 28th November

    The Interruption | Launching Monday 28th November

    This story is not a work of science fiction. Everything you’re about to hear is true.
    On 26th November 1977, a mysterious alien voice calling themself “Vrillon,” broke onto the Five O’Clock News.
    Vrillon had a simple warning for the viewers of Southern Television: live in peace or leave the galaxy.
    For forty-five years, those responsible have not been identified. Tommie Trelawny has reopened the case.
    Who, or what, was behind The Interruption?
    Launching the 28th of November. Two episodes dropping every Monday.

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    • 2 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
26 Ratings

26 Ratings

Grant Robo ,

Excellent!

Really nice stuff, about time someone investigated this one properly, great 👍🏻

heheheehebebed ,

😃

Hi I’m Tyler and I’m 11 I’m obsessed with podcasts of any kind but epically this one you give me so many question to think and research I’m going to start researching more and more and someday go on air and create my own podcast about the interruption😄

The Cinderella Boy ,

Greetings from Ashtar Command.

We here at Ashtar fully endorse this excellent podcast.

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