Life On Mars
UPDATE 26th January 2007
Re LIFE ON MARS Second Series 2007.
Watch out for the episode with the EDDYSTONE EC10 MK1 and HEATHKIT
MOHICAN GC1A HF portable receivers inside a surveillance van monitoring home
made bugs constructed by Sam out of Pye Westminster squelch boards and Pye
Westminster BFY51 regulator boards, with microphones and aerials attached.
And the episode which contains a Burndept BE439 Red Button 3 channel
Transmitter-Receiver which Sam receives from another adjacent police force
who he is in collusion with.
And of course the old favourites --
The Pye Dash Westminster in the Ford car
The PF1 Pocketphones and car adaptor plus 10 way Red - Yellow
PYE tulip microphone plus PC1 remote base controller intercom
unit in the wooden cabinet.
DAVE G8EPR JAN 2007
19th February 2007
Here are pictures of the Eddystone EC10 MK1 and Heathkit GC1U Mohican HF
Receivers and the Burndept BE439 3 channel UHF portable all as used in two
episodes of the new series of Life On Mars....
JAN 8TH 2006 Press Release.
A General EMail to allFrom The PYE Museum at Bewdley
On Monday, 9th of January 2006, the first episode of Life On Mars
is being shown on BBC1 TV at 21:00h.There are 8 Episodes of the Programme to be shown.
Repeated on Thursday late at night.
They containPYE Radio Equipment loaned to the programme Directors by Dave Hicks, Curator of
the PYE Museum.
Keep A Sharp eye out for the following items:- (lent last summer for
3 sets of PF1 Pocketphones.
1 12 way PF1 Pocketphone Wall Charger with Yellow and Red
Batteries in situ.
1 PF1 Receiver Black Wooden Car Adaptor unit, with PF1
receiver in situ.
1 Pye Westminster W15AM DASH. With telephone handset as fitted in
the gold Cortina??
1 Green front PC1 Radiotelephone controller with Tulip
and supplied with Green standard PYE
Telephone Handset and base.
Please report all sightings to the PYE Museum.
Cheers from Dave G8EPR
Pye Westminster W15AMD with handset and speaker that was used in the first
series of Life on Mars