Friday, 22 September 2023


Following up on our new series of free-to-download audio plays from Magic Bullet Productions, Southside Radio interviews Chrisi Pashley about sound design, acting, Blake's 7, and Space Commander Travis! Listen to it here.

Friday, 18 August 2023

Another Blake’s 7 Exclusive!

Chrisi Pashley provides narration and detailed sound design for Gothic, a short story by David Tulley.

This was originally scripted as a teaser for the full cast Blake’s 7 adventure, The Mark of Kane (available as part of the Ultimate Download Megapack).

To get your hands on this new audio production, which features a superb cameo from Brian Croucher as Travis, simply click on the first link above for a FREE download.

The Magic Bullet team would also like to express their gratitude to artist Timothy Stephen Keable, for providing a splendid illustration to complement the release.

Postcards of both Gothic and Horror of Fang Rock will be given to anyone who orders a Faction Paradox or Kaldor City CD from this website. 

 More free Blake’s 7 audio adventures are available here:

Travis: The Final Line

You Fly, You Die

Wednesday, 9 August 2023


This wonderful Horror of Fang Rock postcard, with kind permission from artist Timothy Stephen Keable, will be given away to anyone who orders either a Faction Paradox or Kaldor City CD from this site.

Offer valid while stocks last!

Monday, 7 August 2023

New Image of the Fendahl

Finally, here is Andy Lambert's splendid wrap-around cover, minus the Celestial Toyroom logo and issue number.

Wednesday, 2 August 2023


Since the 2nd of June, there have been 560 downloads of You Fly, You Die, and from the 2nd of March, 1,378 downloads of Travis: The Final Line
Don't forget, these Blake's 7 audio plays are absolutely free!

Sunday, 30 July 2023

Fendahleen Dream!

This is artist Andy Lambert’s magnificent wrap-around cover for Celestial Toyroom issue 543/4.

Sunday, 23 July 2023

Strange New Star Worlds

Fiona Moore was a guest on the Southside Radio panel discussion of the original Battlestar Galactica pilot, "Saga of a Star World". Is it a genuine classic, does it have a better soundtrack than the reimagined series, and what is the true story of the BSG versus Star Wars lawsuit? Listen to it here.