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Last Update: Saturday 24th November 2001

In Fan Fiction Matthew Pavletich's The Bells of Jove continues with Chapters Four and Five. In addition, a whole new story, Like Mother like Son, Like Father like Daughter by Nigel Preece is now available.

F.A.B.

In response to by far the most frequently asked question about Thunderbirds recieved here, F.A.B. does not actually stand for anything but is simply a shortened version of the word 'fabulous'. Visit this thread in the Forum for a more detailed discussion.

CoverTHUNDERBIRDS MOVIES

Information on the releases of Thunderbirds Are Go (on DVD), Thunderbird 6 (on DVD), Thunderbirds Are Go (on video) and Thunderbird 6 (on video) has been updated. A reminder that these movies will not be repeated on TV and can only been seen through these releases (click on titles for more details).

RARE THUNDERBIRDS TOYS

Tracy Island is now in stock at Amazon.co.uk.

If you are having any more trouble tracking down out-of-stock toys then please visit this page.

ABOUT THE SERIES

Thunderbirds originally ran over 1965 and 1966. The fourth of Gerry Anderson's supermarionation productions, the series told of the exploits of International Rescue, a secret organisation dedicated to the saving of anybody in mortal peril. All operations are coordinated by ex-astronaut Jeff Tracy from their island base and the five extraordinary Thunderbird machines are operated by his five sons.

The five machines are, to quote Jeff from the second feature film, Thunderbird 6, "Thunderbird 1: sleek, first and fast. Thunderbird 2: giant transporter, carries all the rescue gear to the danger zone. Thunderbird 3: designed for space rescues. Thunderbird 4: capable of withstanding the pressure of the depths. Thunderbird 5: space monitor, capable of recieving or intercepting distress calls from any part of the world."