The Sparticle Mystery

The Sparticle Mystery

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The Sparticle Mystery is a returning British science fiction television series written and created by Alison Hume and produced by Sparticles Productions for CBBC. The series follows a group of ten children within modern Britain, where an experiment at a Large Hadron Collider-like facility, named the Sparticle Project, goes wrong, sending all persons aged 15 and over into a parallel dimension at exactly 11:11am. The children travel to the Sparticle Project in attempt to bring back the adults and re-align the two dimensions.

The series, which had a budget of £3 million, was filmed in and around Bristol, with the final episode filmed at the ISIS neutron source particle accelerators, near Didcot. Series 2 has been extremely popular with over 2 million hits on BBC iPlayer to date.

The programme, which stars Annette Badland as Doomsday Dora/Holodora, has similar themes to both Lord of the Flies and the Gone series, and has many similarities to The Tribe. A second series of The Sparticle Mystery was filmed across Yorkshire in July- September 2012 for broadcast in 2013.

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The Sparticle Mystery is a returning British science fiction television series written and created by Alison Hume and produced by Sparticles Productions for CBBC. The series follows a group of ten children within modern Britain, where an experiment at a Large Hadron Collider-like facility, named the Sparticle Project, goes wrong, sending all persons aged 15 and over into a parallel dimension at exactly 11:11am. The children travel to the Sparticle Project in attempt to bring back the adults and re-align the two dimensions.

The series, which had a budget of £3 million, was filmed in and around Bristol, with the final episode filmed at the ISIS neutron source particle accelerators, near Didcot. Series 2 has been extremely popular with over 2 million hits on BBC iPlayer to date.

The programme, which stars Annette Badland as Doomsday Dora/Holodora, has similar themes to both Lord of the Flies and the Gone series, and has many similarities to The Tribe. A second series of The Sparticle Mystery was filmed across Yorkshire in July- September 2012 for broadcast in 2013.

Original Name: The Sparticle Mystery
Number of Seasons: 2
Number of Episodes: 11
Status: Returning Series
Home Page: Click here to visit

Rating: 8
Vote Count: 1
Type: Scripted
Network(s): BBC HD
First Air Date: February 14, 2011
Episode Runtime: 28,281 mins
Primary Year: 2011
Created by: Jon East, Jonathan Fox Bassett, Tim Whitby
Genres: Action
IMDB Link: tt1781715
Spoken Language(s): English
Origin Countries: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Seasons:

  • Season 0 — 13 Episodes — Air Date: January 1, 1970
  • Season 1 — 1 Episodes — Air Date: January 1, 1970
  • Season 2 — 10 Episodes — Air Date: January 1, 1970
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