“The Romans” is an adventure of the second season of “Doctor Who” classic series which aired in 1965. It follows “The Rescue” and it’s a four parts adventure written by Dennis Spooner and directed by Christopher Barry.
The novel “A Life for the Stars” by James Blish was published for the first time in 1962. It’s the second novel of “The Cities in Flight” tetralogy, following “They Shall Have Stars” in its internal chronology.
“The Rescue” is an adventure of the second season of “Doctor Who” classic series which aired in 1965. It follows “The Dalek Invasion of Earth” and it’s a two parts adventure written by David Whitaker and directed by Christopher Barry.
The novel “All My Sins Remembered” by Joe Haldeman was published for the first time in 1977. Otto McGavin is a young Anglo-Buddhist who is recruited by the TB II, the secret service of the Confederacion, to carry out missions that are against his idealism after his body and his mind have been altered.
On November 7, 1991 a great shock in the world of sports and particularly in NBA basketball was caused when NBA basketball champion Magic Johnson announced that he was found positive at the HIV infection.