SAPPHIRE & STEEL

Assignment 1 (aka Escape Through A Crack In Time)
Leave your homework for a moment kid, there’s a giggling giant strolling through the house kicking down all the doors and a miserable git dumping all the food in your freezer. There’s a policeman knocking on the door, a couple of old soldiers running up and down the stairs, a hurricane in the kitchen and a fashion conscious flirt burning all your stuff. I’d go and get your parents if i were you, they’re in the cellar playing with your mum’s new turntable.  It’s really put a smile on her face. 
…on second thoughts, DON’T get your parents.  Sort it out yourself.  But before you do can you please STOP THOSE BLOODY CLOCKS!  It’s getting so a malevolent, extra-dimensional force can’t hear itself think.

Assignment 2 (aka The Railway Station)
Assignment 3 (aka The Creatures Revenge)

Assignment 4 (aka The Man Without A Face)
This one’s got a man without a face.  Honestly, how crap is that for a villain? Okay, so you’ve only got one arm or maybe a wooden leg, or even just an eyepatch, you can still have a good chance of taking over the world or causing havoc. But I mean, come on – he doesn’t have a FACE! He can’t see where he’s going, he can’t ask for directions, he can’t roll his tongue into a tube….he can’t even use a mirror to draw one on. He’ll never say any of the truly great words like “moist”, “spasm” or “smock” and everyone he meets will just spend all their time making rude gestures at him in the joyous knowledge that he doesn’t have a clue. Although to be fair, when it comes down to the final face-off with his enemies, he’s already got one hell of a head-start.

Assignment 5 (aka Dr McDee Must Die)
Assignment 6 (aka The Trap)