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After an unexpected three week break, Kailey and Dan return to talk about the movies Insurgent and Cinderella, Dan’s recent trip to Buenos Aires and the new Pukeko Pictures/ITV co-production reimagining of the legendary TV series Thunderbirds (featuring a Q&A with Sir Richard Taylor, director David Scott and Pukeko CEO Andrew Smith). To see some behind-the-scenes pics from the Thunderbirds Are Go set check out the show notes below.

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Pics of the extraordinary miniatures created by Pukeko Pictures for the new Thunderbirds Are Go TV series.

Lady Penelope's modest weekender.

Lady Penelope’s modest weekender.

A space station made largely of old computer components

A space station made largely of old computer components

The beautiful 60s modernist house on Tracey Island, with multi-function swimming pool. Note transparent solar panels in the roof.

The beautiful 60s modernist house on Tracey Island, with multi-function swimming pool

The hangar beneath Tracey Island where the CGI aircraft and equipment are stored – note real human elbow for scale

The hangar beneath Tracey Island where the CGI aircraft and equipment are stored – note real human elbow for scale

Thunderbird 2's hidden runway. At this scale the palm trees don't flip open.

Thunderbird 2’s hidden runway. At this scale the palm trees don’t flip open.

Dan with an almost life size new Thunderbird 1

Dan with an almost life size new Thunderbird 1