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To maintain their vessel, the Mistress and K9 must locate a sustainable power source and e-space-compatible technology - or lose the ability to time travel forever. Their answer lies within an ancient derelict Dyson sphere. But all is not as it seems, and the arrival of alien archaeologists from planet Herta, searching for evidence of the ancient, brings further danger.

The Search is an original full-cast drama from BBV. Written by Mark Duncan. Produced & Directed by Bill Baggs. Post-production and music by Michael Neilson. Featuring: Lalla Ward (The Mistress), John Leeson (K-9), Graeme Du-Fresne (Kimmel / Vulich), Bryonie Pritchard (Jora), and Mike McCormack (Caloyer).

©1999 BBV (P)1999 BBV

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  • Michael Mueller
  • 25-03-21

The audio quality goes to hell in the middle

There's about 5-10 minutes in the middle of this story where the dialog is washed out under music and FX, and major parts of the story are utterly missing. Sad loss, because without them this is a pretty mediocre effort.