Dec 25th: Awesome Astronomy’s Christmas Pantomime


Podcaster: Ralph, Paul & Jenny

Title : Awesome Astronomy’s 2016 Christmas Panto – think HG Wells’ War of the Worlds meets Charlie Chaplin’s The Great Dictator.

Organization: Awesome Astronomy

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The Eve of the War: Plans for our latest invasion of Earth are discussed over a nice, friendly and relaxed Christmas dinner.

In London: A rousing and inspiring speech to the defeated peoples of Earth.

The Earth Under the Martians: Jeni’s excited about her new taser and we all have a jolly Christmas wager.

The Days of Imprisonment: Another speech to the assembled and compliant Earthling slaves.

Dead London: John begins the human resistance with the release across all frequencies of the 2016 outtakes.

The Wreckage: Jeni sees out Christmas Day with a few science and astronomy themed factoids.

Merry Christmas everyone and our very best wishes for 2017.

 Bio: Awesome Astronomy is the show for anyone and everyone who has even the slightest interest in astronomy and science.

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