The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy: Quandary Phase – Available to pre-order now…

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‘Just rain! Tell that to the dolphins!’

The brand new first-time vinyl edition of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy: Quandary Phase comes on heavyweight blue vinyl, packaged in the lavish style of the preceding Primary Phase, Secondary Phase and Tertiary Phase LP releases. Here, for the first time ever on vinyl, are Episodes 19 to 22 of the BBC radio series. First broadcast in 2005, the Quandary Phase is based upon the Douglas Adams’s fourth novel So Long, and Thanks for all the Fish. This is the first ever publication of the original radio edits of the Quandary Phase, as heard on their original Radio 4 broadcast.

Hitching a lift back to Earth after it miraculously reappeared, Arthur Dent returns to his cottage and tries to resume normal life. But an encounter with a striking woman named Fenchurch leads to a series of unanswered questions. Why has the planet’s entire population of dolphins vanished, leaving behind them some very charming crystal bowls? Who is Wonko the Sane, and what is God’s Last Message to His Creation? Meanwhile Ford Prefect is Having revelations of his own, and as for Marvin the Paranoid Android…well, just don’t ask. Suffice to say, things may never be the same again.

‘Whoooo…I’m flying…’

After the success of the first three phaseson vinyl, the next four BBC radio episodes of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy will be released on 29th March. The Quandary Phase vinyl (episodes 19 – 22) is available to pre-order now from AmazonIn addition, Amazon are offering 500 exclusive copies which include an art print signed by cast member and comedy legend Stephen Fry.

The brand new first-time vinyl edition of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy: Quandary Phase comes on heavyweight blue vinyl, packaged in the lavish style of the preceding Primary Phase, Secondary Phase and Tertiary Phase LP releases.

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