Tonight on Coast to Coast they were talking about the old radio and TV series, Space Patrol. I have heard of it once or twice but that's all. Apparently this had a following much like Star Trek, which came much later. Does this bring back memories for anyone? http://www.spacepatrolbook.com/ While poking around I ran across an old BBC show that, strangely enough, I had completely forgotten: UFO. Did anyone ever watch this? I remember that it seemed very strange and a bit scary. But for its time it was really pretty good. Looking back I'm surprised that it only ran for one season. http://www.ufoseries.com/ Its funny how we still see The Bradys, Twilight Zone, Green Acres, etc etc with the Nick TV phenomenon. A friend once commented that his kids like the old shows better than the new ones. So like dad, the kids grew up with the Brady Bunch. With the information age at work, I guess that soon we will be able to watch any TV show ever made and preserved, at will. It makes me wonder how long this will continue. A few hundred years from now, will kids still be watching the Brady Bunch? Or taking a step further, say a thousand years ahead, imagine watching one's ancient ancestors. Or, in the spirit of the season, it would be like having on-the-scene news coverage of the crucifiction. Would we see the 0 AD version of Heraldo on-the-scene when the body disappeared Easter morning? Would we see the apostles on Egypt's Oprah?