THE PETER SERAFINOWICZ SHOW
Helen Keen presents her off-beat comic take on the history of rocket science starring Peter Serafinowicz and Susy Kane. Written by Helen Keen and Miriam Underhill Produced by Gareth Edwards This week Helen asks if humanity will ever make it to the stars, and ponders some of the greater mysteries of the universe, such as time travel, parallel universes and faster than light travel. And have aliens ever made it here? And if so have they been tempted to use their vastly superior intelligence to really clean up in pub quizzes. Performed by Helen Keen and stars Peter Serafinowicz as the Voice of Space with other parts played by Susy Kane.
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