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Moonbase 3 is a British science fiction television programme that ran for six episodes in 1973. It was a co-production between the BBC, 20th Century Fox and the American ABC network. Created by Doctor Who producer Barry Letts and script editor Terrance Dicks as a realistic alternative strand of TV science-fiction, it was not a commercial or critical success. It starred Donald Houston as Director David Caulder, who is appointed to the position after the previous director was killed while returning to Earth. Ralph Bates was Michel Lebrun, the Deputy Director, who was concerned about keeping to the rules. Fiona Gaunt played Doctor Helen Smith, the base's psychiatrist, and Barry Lowe played Tom Hill, the head of the base technical section. The programme was notable for its combination of realistic spaceflight procedures. Although very dated in terms of its looks and assumptions about the future, it remains well-regarded in retrospect.
|S01E01||Departure and Arrival||00/00/0000||Dr. Helen Smith becomes concerned over the mental state of one of the pilots, Harry Sanders. She expresses her concerns to the base's second in command, Michael Lebrun, and tries to convince him to get Commander Ransom to remove the pilot from duty. Ransom refuses and assigns Sanders to pilot the Commander's shuttle for a trip to Earth. After an malfunction, Sanders cuts the communications link and goes outside the shuttle to make repairs and is thrown into space. When Ransom attempts to pilot the shuttle it explodes. The European agency sends a Welch scientist to take over the station and to investigate the shuttle accident.|
|S01E02||Behemoth||00/00/0000||After a number of mysterious deaths, paranoia sets in as the crew begins to believe the deaths are being committed by a ""Moon Monster"" living on the surface of the Moon.|
|S01E03||Achilles Heel||00/00/0000||The station's crew suffers from an unusual number of accidents and mistakes. Director Caulder must deal with the problems while trying to operate within his Earth-bound superiors' budgetary limitations.|
|S01E04||Outsiders||00/00/0000||An auditor is sent to Moonbase 3 from the European Headquarters in Brussels to investigate whether or not the cost of operating the base is justified. Director Caulder demands results for the base scientists as Dr. Helen Smith becomes concerned over the stress on the staff, especially Steven Partness.|
|S01E05||Castor and Pollux||00/00/0000||An accident strands Tom Hill in a shuttle between Earth and the Moon. The only person who can save him is Colonel Gararov, a Russian cosmonaut. However, to rescue Hill, Gararov would have to disobey the orders of his superior: General Trenkin, Commander of the Russian moon base.|
|S01E06||View of a Dead Planet||00/00/0000||The Artic Sun Project proposes to use a nuclear explosion over the Artic, thereby, melting the ice and creating a ""Garden of Eden."" The project's designer, Sir Benjamin Dyce comes to Moonbase 3 in an attempt to stop the program for fear that the explosion can not be contained and it will lead to the extinction of mankind. Dyce is unable to convince others of his concern and the nuclear device is detonated. As a thick haze covers the Earth, the Moonbase scientists worry Dr. Dyce may be right.|