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Adams
Adams, D.
Adams, Douglas
Adams, Douglas (auteur de science-fiction)
Adams, Douglas N.
Adams, Douglas Noël
Doughlas Adams
Douglas Adams
Douglous Adams
Dougls Adams
Duglas Adams
Read by Douglas Ada
The Hitch-Hiker's Guide To The Galaxy
אדאמס, דאגלאס
אדאמס, דאגלס
אדמס, דאגלס
אדמס, דוגלס
アダムス, ダグラス
亞當斯
Dates: 
1952-2001-
Creation class: 
audio-visual
Computer file
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Language material
lm
Musical sound recording
Nonmusical sound recording
Projected medium
Text
Creation role: 
adapter
author
commentator
contributor
creator
narrator
originator
performer
screenwriter
speaker
writer of accompanying material
Related names: 
Agnew, David (see also from)
All Trans Vertaalbureau (Bussum)
Belt, Lia
Bonnefoy, Jean (1950-...)
Carwardine, Mark
Commandeur, Sjaak
Cramer, Pieter
Dobrowolska, Kinga
Gómez Ibáñez, Benito
Hohage, Wim
Hollanová, Jana
Jones, Simon (1950-)
Jones, Simon (1950-))
Lloyd, John (19..-.... auteur de "Madsens ÆØÅ")
Lloyd, John (1951-)
Lund Madsen, Anders (1963-...)
Nóvoa, Maria
Schwarz, Benjamin (1937-)
Tidholm, Thomas (1943-)
Wieczorek, Paweł (1956- ))
ונגריק, מתי
安原, 和見 (1960-)
Titles: 
48 Seconds
5 to 1 Against and Falling
Abandoned Warehouse
About Time
Admiral’s Flagship, The
Advanced Bistromathics
Aftermath
Agência de detectives holística
Agrajag
Ajöss och tack för fisken : liftarens guide till galaxen 4
Alien Teaser
Aliens on the Lawn
All Non-Starters Really
Amazonian Manatee, The
American Trillian, An
And Everything: Excerpts From an Interview by Matt Newsome
And Everything: Interview With the Onion A.V. Club
And Everything: Letter to Disney
And Everything: The Private Life of Genghis Khan
And Everything: Young Zaphod Plays It Safe
Annäherung an ein Rhinozeros
Another Flight
Another Updated Guide
Answer, The
Anthem
Anyway, I Think It Was in My...
Apocalypse When?
Arms of the Law
Arthur Dent Had Basically Assumed
Arthur Diverted
Arthur Gets Tough
Arthur Is in the Thick of It
Arthur’s Cottage
Arthur’s Good Deed
Arthur’s Guide
As Any Magrathean Coastline Designer Will Tell You
Astrology in Alpha
Aubade
Auge in Auge mit dem Silberrücken
Autostopem przez Galaktykę
Awkward Houseguests
'B' Ark Up the Wrong Tree
b) The Burkiss Way
Babel Fish, The
Baiji-Komitee, Das
Bath Time
Bathroom Visitor
Beau comme un aéroport
Big Black Cars
Big One, The
Biro Gyro
Bistromathic Drive, The
Bombe und die letzte Frage, Die
Bonding
Botschaft Gottes an seine Schöpfung, Die
Bought Some Peanuts, I
Brains of the Outfit, The
Breakfast at Milliways
Bring a Bottle
Brockian Ultra-Cricket
Burglaring
But Whilst Voices and Script Had Been Approved
c) Computer Games
Campaign for Real Time, The
Část 1. - Trosečník
Část 2. - Myši
Část 3. - Vládce Vesmíru
Cathedral of Hate, The
Cave in Islington, A
Challenging Hour, The
Channelling Gordon
Chapter 1 (continued): “A cloud passed overhead.”
Chapter 1 (continued): “A shadow moved across him again.”
Chapter 1 (continued): “Arthur lay in the mud and squelched at him.”
Chapter 1 (continued): "Before it blanked out for good the ship would have to pass on those instructions, ..." / Chapter 2: "One of the extraordinary things about life is the sort of places it's prepared to put up with living."
Chapter 1 (continued): "Click, hum. The huge grey Grebulon reconnaissance ship moved silently through the black void."
Chapter 1 (continued): “Ford stared at Arthur, …”
Chapter 1 (continued): “He struck most of the friends he had made on Earth as an eccentric, …”
Chapter 1 (continued): "Of course, one never has the slightest notion what size or shape different species are going to turn out to be..."
Chapter 1 (continued): "The alien creature frowned briefly and consulted what appeared to be some species of clipboard..."
Chapter 1 (continued): "The computer beeped tunelessly to indicate that it had finished its calculations." / Chapter 2: "This morning, two years later than that, was sweet and fragrant..."
Chapter 1 (continued): "The figure paused to examine the barrier and then dropped the bag he was carrying over it before climbing over himself." / Chapter 2: "Rob McKeena was a miserable bastard and he knew it..."
Chapter 1 (continued): “The word bulldozer wandered through his mind…”
Chapter 1 (continued): "This made the whole problem very simple to deal with."
Chapter 1 (continued): “Tricia McMillian — or Trillian — had skipped the planet six months earlier…” / Chapter 2: “Like all Vogon ships it looked as if it had been not so much designed as congealed.”
Chapter 1 (continued): "Wowbagger closed his eyes in a grim and weary expression, ..."
Chapter 1 (continued): “‘You want me,’ said Mr Prosser, spelling out this new thought to himself, ‘to come and lie there …’”
Chapter 1, Part 1
Chapter 1, Part 2
Chapter 1, Part 3
Chapter 1, Part 4
Chapter 1, Part 5
Chapter 1, Part 6
Chapter 1: "The regular early morning yell of horror was the sound of Arthur Dent waking up and suddenly remembering where he was."
Chapter 10: "'At the third stroke it will be one ... thirty-two ... and twenty seconds.' 'Beep ... beep ... beep.'"
Chapter 10 (continued): “At the bottom of the shaft, the rear of the elevator opened up and Zaphod stumbled out …” / Chapter 11: “he Total Perspective Vortex derives its picture of the whole Universe on the principle of extrapolated matter analyses.”
Chapter 10 (continued): “Exotic though this behaviour may seem, …”
Chapter 10 (continued): "He double-checked the computer display above the freezer bed, dimmed the lights and checked it again."
Chapter 10 (continued): "He had a nagging suspicion that this was not a business meeting, though." / Chapter 11: "The first thing Arthur Dent had to do, he realised resignedly, was to get himself a life."
Chapter 10 (continued): "It was cold, not like ice is cold, but like a wall is cold."
Chapter 10 (continued): "Slartibartfast floated past again at this moment."
Chapter 10 (continued): "The three pillars stood out clearly now, three pillars topped with two cross pieces in a way which looked stupefyingly familiar to Arthur's addled brain."
Chapter 10 (continued): “The voice was still again, leaving Zaphod with no idea of what to say.”
Chapter 10 (continued): “Zaphod shook his head in bemusement and stumbled forward across the plain.”
Chapter 10: “The Infinite Improbability Drive is a wonderful new method of crossing vast interstellar distances…” / Chapter 11: “The Improbability-proof control cabin of the Heart of Gold looked like a perfectly conventional spaceship except…”
Chapter 11: "'April showers I hate especially.' However noncommittally Arthur grunted, the man seemed determined to talk to him."
Chapter 11 (continued): "A slightly pained expression seemed to cross the robot's totally expressionless face." / Chapter 12: "'Shhh,' said Slartibartfast. 'Listen and watch.'"
Chapter 11 (continued): "Arthur Dent, because of the sheer boredom of endless interstellar flight, was the only one on board who had actually familiarised himself with the ship's safety procedures..." / Chapter 12: "Ford tumbled through the open air..."
Chapter 11 (continued): "Arthur looked nervously through some grubby and damp pieces of paper."
Chapter 11 (continued): "Arthur moved to Bartledan and, using some money he had made by selling some toenail clippings and spit to a DNA bank, ..."
Chapter 11 (continued): "He leant tensely against the corridor wall and frowned like a man trying to unbend a corkscrew by telekinesis."
Chapter 11 (continued): "He preferred not to think about it."
Chapter 11 (continued): "He started nervously to edge his way in the direction of the bridge."
Chapter 11 (continued): "He took a series of very shallow breaths, ..."
Chapter 11 (continued): “He waited for him to flop forwards out of the box, as they all did.” / Chapter 12: “A short while later he was running across the plain in the direction of the ruined city.”
Chapter 11 (continued): "Instead, she flew the ship to Allosimanius Syneca, a world of ice, snow, mind-hurtling beauty and stunning cold."
Chapter 11 (continued): “‘Life,’ said Marvin, ‘don’t talk to me about life.’”
Chapter 11 (continued): "One problem is that you have to miss the ground accidentally."
Chapter 11 (continued): "'So ...' he said, hoping to kick the conversation off to an exciting start."
Chapter 11 (continued): “Something extraordinary happened to Ford’s face.” / Chapter 12: “A loud clatter of gunk music flooded through the Heart of Gold cabin…”
Chapter 11 (continued): “The cabin was mostly white, oblong, and about the size of a smallish restaurant.”
Chapter 11 (continued): "The reason he was wrong was standing by the slip road under a small umbrella."
Chapter 11 (continued): "The robot closest to him was regarding him in such a way as to suggest that it was measuring every smallest particle of his body, mind and capability."
Chapter 11 (continued): “The voice was low and hopeless and accompanied by a slight clanking sound.”
Chapter 11 (continued): "Whilst he slept it off, Trillian did a little research in the ship's copy of The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy. It had some advice to offer on drunkenness."
Chapter 11 (continued): “‘Whilst we were in Improbability Drive.’”
Chapter 11, Part 1
Chapter 11, Part 2
Chapter 11, Part 3
Chapter 11, Part 4
Chapter 11: "Stomp stomp. Whirrr. 'Pleased to be of service.' 'Shut up.' 'Thank you.'"
Chapter 12 (continued): “After a while the remains of a wide sweeping road led off from the one down which he was walking, …”
Chapter 12 (continued): "As he spoke, they became aware of a very thin roaring scream high up in the sightless sky above them."
Chapter 12 (continued): “‘At an Improbability Level,’ said Zarniwoop, ‘of … oh I don’t know, but something very large.’” / Chapter 13: “Ford Prefect bounded up to the bridge of the Heart of Gold.” / Chapter 14: “Four inert bodies sank through…”
Chapter 12 (continued): "But whilst these spaceships, and other great ones which come to mind, ..."
Chapter 12 (continued): "Coming, as it did, so hard upon the heels of his own thoughts about Essex this remark caused Arthur a moment's confusion."
Chapter 12 (continued): "He pulled his newly acquired credit card from his pocket, ..."
Chapter 12 (continued): "'I wonder if you'd like to buy some tickets for our raffle? It's just a little one.'"
Chapter 12 (continued): "Major heat waves started to coincide, with almost magical precision, with major failures of the Breathe-o-Smart systems."
Chapter 12 (continued): "'No way,' said Ford a while later after they had recovered from the shock of acceleration, and were climbing up out of the planet's atmosphere..."
Chapter 12 (continued): "She sipped demurely at her tomato juice and looked at her watch."
Chapter 12 (continued): "She twirled the little wooden cocktail stick in her tomato juice."
Chapter 12 (continued): "Sixteenth floor. Sub-editors. Bastards."
Chapter 12 (continued): "The armoured slug had hoisted the rocket launcher up on to its shoulder."
Chapter 12 (continued): "The room, like every other room in this building now, was done out in some appallingly tasteful grey." / Chapter 13: "The ship dropped quietly to land on the edge of the wide clearing, ..."
Chapter 12 (continued): "The towel was slung over Colin."
Chapter 12 (continued): "They slipped out from underneath the tree, and followed the cheery party along the dark hill path."
Chapter 12 (continued): “‘Transtellar Cruise Lines would like to apologize to passengers for the continuing delay to this flight …’”
Chapter 12 (continued): “‘Yeah yeah,’ said Zaphod. ‘Look, I think I’ll just use a piece of paper.’”
Chapter 12 (continued): "Yes, given the infinite sideways extension of probability there was, of course, an almost infinite multiplicity of planets Earth, ..."
Chapter 12 (continued): “Zaphod glared at her again, then laughed.”
Chapter 12 (continued): “Zaphod glared at him with resentment and loathing.”
Chapter 12 (continued): “Zaphod’s skin was crawling all over his body as if it was trying to get off.”
Chapter 12, Part 1
Chapter 12, Part 2
Chapter 12: "There is, for some reason, something especially grim about pubs near stations, a very particular kind of grubbiness, a special kind of pallor to the pork pies."
Chapter 13 (continued): "Almost immediately a different ramp folded itself out on the other side of the craft..."
Chapter 13 (continued): "And so the Sandwich Maker sang as he worked."
Chapter 13 (continued): “Ford carried on. ‘And Arthur,’ he said, ‘this is my semi-cousin Zaphod Beeb …’”
Chapter 13 (continued): "It hummed for a bit and then stopped."
Chapter 13 (continued): "There was also the geometry of the slice to be refined."
Chapter 13 (continued): "They asked him why not and he said that it was not for them to know the will of Almighty Bob, ..."
Chapter 13 (continued): "'We have access to virtually every kind of information. I found your name on the passenger list of the ship that crashed.'" / Chapter 14: "As the Guide folded itself back into a smooth, dark disk, ..."
Chapter 13 (continued): "'What's the meat in it?' asked Trillian."
Chapter 13 (continued): “‘Zaphod?’ exclaimed Ford.” / Chapter 14: “The Heart of Gold fled on silently through the night of space, …”
Chapter 13: “Marvin trudged on down the corridor, still moaning.”
Chapter 13, Part 1
Chapter 13, Part 2
Chapter 13: "'So you see,' said Slartibartfast, slowly stirring his artificially constructed coffee..." / Chapter 14: "'The people of Krikkit,' said His High Judgmental Supremacy, Judiciary Pag, LIVR"
Chapter 13: "That night, at home, as he was prancing round the house pretending to be tripping through cornfields in slow motion and continually exploding with sudden laughter, ..."
Chapter 14 (continued): “After what seemed an eternity the sea receded…”
Chapter 14 (continued): "Did he dare just post the thing to himself?" / Chapter 15: "The first month, getting to know each other, was a little difficult."
Chapter 14 (continued): “Ford couldn’t sleep.”
Chapter 14 (continued): “He looked at around him at the various shapes that were at last becoming proper shapes…”
Chapter 14 (continued): "'I mean,' continued Judiciary Pag, gazing round the ultra-modern ... and huge courtroom, 'these guys are just obsessed.'"
Chapter 14 (continued): "Judiciary Pag gazed once more around the courtroom, ..."
Chapter 14 (continued): “‘What’s so great about being stuck in a dust cloud?’ said Ford.” / Chapter 15: “(Excerpt from The Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, … Entry: Magrathea)”
Chapter 14 (continued): “Zaphod’s eyes flashed.”
Chapter 14: "'Ring ring.' 'Ring ring.' 'Ring ring.' 'Hello, yes? Yes, that's right. Yes. You'll 'ave to speak up, there's an awful lot of noise in 'ere. What?'" / Chapter 15: "Eight hours West sat a man alone on a beach mourning an inexplicable loss."
Chapter 15 (continued): "And somewhere on this good boffo stretch of coastline lay the house of this inconsolable man, ..." / Chapter 16: "After a disgusting Sunday spent emptying rubbish bins behind a pub in Taunton, ..."
Chapter 15 (continued): "Arthur suggested they went for a walk."
Chapter 15 (continued): “But so successful was this venture…” / Chapter 16: “Arthur awoke to the sound of argument…”
Chapter 15 (continued): "He supposed that there was no point in pretending not to be hopeless."
Chapter 15 (continued): "In the pool of light thrown by a Lamuellan lantern lay Arthur's watch."
Chapter 15 (continued): "Random cradled the watch in her hands, ..."
Chapter 15 (continued): "Random, on the other hand, thought she was trapped in a recurring nightmare."
Chapter 15 (continued): "She brought up the display on her wrist panel, ..."
Chapter 15 (continued): "Suddenly she turned and faced him, her face dark with anger."
Chapter 15 (continued): "The next appearance of the Perfectly Normal Beasts was imminent, ..." / Chapter 16: "Arthur wasn't quite certain which he noticed as being missing first."
Chapter 15 (continued): "'What's this?'; He suddenly realised she had been talking to him and he hadn't noticed."
Chapter 15 (continued): “(you can have on-book haventa forewhen presooning returningwenta retrohome.)” / Chapter 16: “At the bar, Zaphod was rapidly becoming as tired as a newt.”
Chapter 15: “The Restaurant at the End of the Universe is one of the most extraordinary ventures in the entire history of catering.”
Chapter 15: "Two months later, Zipo Bibrok 5×10^8 had cut the bottoms off his Galactic State jeans, and was spending part of the enormous fee his judgments commanded lying on a jewelled beach..."
Chapter 16 (continued): “A moment of doubt came to Ford…”
Chapter 16 (continued): “A wild-skinned sky-gypsy approached them and played electric violin at them…”
Chapter 16 (continued): "After she had moved two or three hundred yards from the edge of the crater..." / Chapter 17: "For a long period of time there was much speculation and controversy about the so-called 'missing matter'"
Chapter 16 (continued): "Arthur accepted this, and Ford continued, picking up his early fierce momentum as best he could." / Chapter 17: "Time travel is increasingly regarded as a menace. History is being polluted."
Chapter 16 (continued): “Arthur glanced around, half expecting to see someone making an American Express commercial.”
Chapter 16 (continued): "At last he'd had to go over to the forge to talk with Strinder about the knives, ..."
Chapter 16 (continued): “Hotblack Desiato offered no opinion as to whether they were great days or not.”
Chapter 16 (continued): "She felt almost hypnotised by the strangeness of the thing and its tiny glinting eyes."
Chapter 16 (continued): "Suddenly, something fell out of a tree in front of her."
Chapter 16 (continued): "The flash of lethal light passed straight through Random and, about two seconds later, so did the man who had shot it."
Chapter 16 (continued): “The moment carried itself.”
Chapter 16 (continued): “The suit into which the man’s body had been stuffed looked as if it’s only purpose in life was to…” / Chapter 17: “The Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy notes that Disaster Area, a plutonium rock band…”
Chapter 16 (continued): "'When,' said Ford eagerly, 'do we get there?' 'When I've finished telling you why we have to go there.'"
Chapter 16 (continued): "'You going to ask me where I was yesterday?' asked the man. 'Eh?'" / Chapter 17: "Misery, dejection. More misery and more dejection. He needed a project and he gave himself one."
Chapter 16: "'Nothing is lost for ever,' said Slartibartfast, his face flickering redly in the light of the candle which the robot waiter was trying to take away, 'except for the Cathedral of Chalesm.'"
Chapter 16, Part 1
Chapter 16, Part 2
Chapter 17: “After a fairly shaky start to the day, Arthur’s mind was beginning to reassemble itself…”
Chapter 17 (continued): “A party of smartly dressed young dogs stopped throwing rolls at each other and started throwing rolls at the stage.”
Chapter 17 (continued): "A slow smile spread over Random's face."
Chapter 17 (continued): “‘As a matter of interest,’ said Trillian, ‘what are we going to do?’”
Chapter 17 (continued): “Few of the other diners paid them any attention as they weaved their way through the Restaurant to the exit.” / Chapter 18: “The main reception foyer was almost empty but Ford nevertheless weaved his way through it.”
Chapter 17 (continued): “For a few interminable seconds the Restaurant span silently through the raging void.”
Chapter 17 (continued): “He paused again. Tonight his timing was immaculate.”
Chapter 17 (continued): “‘Hey would you let go of my fork?’ snapped Zaphod.”
Chapter 17 (continued): "'I'm doing exactly the same thing, but with ultra-violet light. You can't see it.'"
Chapter 17 (continued): “‘Impact minus twenty seconds, guys …’ said the computer.”
Chapter 17 (continued): “In the Restaurant the lights dimmed, …”
Chapter 17 (continued): “‘May I urge you to consider my liver?’ asked the animal, …”
Chapter 17 (continued): "'No,' Said Random."
Chapter 17 (continued): "'OK, skip that,' said the man in the shop. 'How?'" / Chapter 18: "A summer's day in Islington, full of the mournful wail of antique-restoring machinery."
Chapter 17 (continued): "She was also extremely nervous."
Chapter 17 (continued): "So a lot of history is now gone for ever." / Chapter 18: "Arthur materialized, and did so with all the customary staggering about and clasping at his throat, heart and various limbs..."
Chapter 17 (continued): "Something very strange and wonderful now swam into view in the rain."
Chapter 17 (continued): "The trouble is that a lot of history is now quite clearly bunk as well."
Chapter 17 (continued): “Their songs are on the whole very simple and mostly follow the familiar theme of boy-being meets girl-being beneath a silvery moon, …”
Chapter 17 (continued): "There was also something very odd about it, which Random couldn't immediately make out."
Chapter 17 (continued): “There were now so many people after him he’d lost count.”
Chapter 17 (continued): “They all agreed this was very neat.”
Chapter 17 (continued): “‘They want to get rid of us,’ said Trillian nervously.”
Chapter 17, Part 1
Chapter 17, Part 2
Chapter 17, Part 3
Chapter 17, Part 4
Chapter 17a
Chapter 17b
Chapter 18: “And the next thing that happened after that was that the Heart of Gold continued on its way…”
Chapter 18: "Arthur leapt to his feet with a start of fear."
Chapter 18 (continued): "Arthur started with horror and fear, ..." / Chapter 19: "Although it has been said that on Earth alone in our Galaxy is Krikkit (or cricket) treated as fit subject for a game, ..."
Chapter 18 (continued): “At short intervals along the moving catwalk, wide transparent tubes led down to floor level.”
Chapter 18 (continued): “Ford and Zaphod looked and passed on.”
Chapter 18 (continued): "Ford narrowed his eyes. 'This is that thing you call sarcasm, isn't it?'"
Chapter 18 (continued): "Ford stopped rubbing his head."
Chapter 18 (continued): “Had Hotblack Desiato been alive, he probably would have deemed this a good moment to lean back, or even go for a short walk.”
Chapter 18 (continued): "He tugged at his beard. He was appalled to discover that in fact he still had the rabbit bone in it. He pulled it out and threw it away."
Chapter 18 (continued): “‘Hey come and feel the surface,’ he said in a hushed voice.”
Chapter 18 (continued): "His many feet were mostly stamping on ants. Arthur put his hands over his eyes, hung his head and shook it slowly from side to side in sadness and horror at the craziness of things."
Chapter 18 (continued): "'I am, probably was, the sandwich maker for a small tribe. It was a bit embarrassing really. ...'"
Chapter 18 (continued): “In his eyes were stars and on his brow a golden crown.” / Chapter 19: “One of the major selling point of that wholly remarkable travel book, the Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, …”
Chapter 18 (continued): "It was black. Where it wasn't black you were inclined to wish that it was, ..."
Chapter 18 (continued): "'No, I didn't,' said Ford."
Chapter 18 (continued): "'Save the Universe!' spat Agrajag with contempt. 'You should have thought of that before you started your vendetta against me! ...'"
Chapter 18 (continued): "She closed the upstairs front door which had stood open all this time, ..." / Chapter 19: "Ford Prefect was irritated to be continually wakened by the sound of gunfire."
Chapter 18 (continued): "Someone or something, however, seemed to be expecting him, for at that moment there lit up suddenly in the dark distance an eerie green neon sign."
Chapter 18 (continued): "The echoes of his voice roared up and down the corridors. Arthur stood silent and cold, his head shaking with disbelief."
Chapter 18 (continued): "They looked at each other for a moment."
Chapter 18 (continued): “This is a complete record of its thoughts…” / Chapter 19: “‘Are we taking this robot with us?’ said Ford, …”
Chapter 18 (continued): "This unnerved Arthur Dent even more than a reply would have done, and he began to back away from the scary nothingness."
Chapter 18 (continued): "This wasn't quite the response he had expected, so he tried again."
Chapter 18 (continued): "Unfiltered Perception means it perceives everything." / Chapter 19: "It was a sight that Arthur never quite got used to, or tired of."
Chapter 18 (continued): "With a sudden ping, there was a rabbit there in the black labyrinth with him, a huge, monstrously, hideously soft and lovable rabbit..."
Chapter 19 (continued): "He also started to develop and explore the role of the editorial lunch-break which was subsequently to play such a crucial part in the Guide's history, ..."
Chapter 19 (continued): "He came upon another, much larger three-dimensional screen..." / Chapter 20: "'The purpose of having the sun go low in the evenings, in the summer, especially in parks,' said the voice earnestly, ..."
Chapter 19 (continued): “It is known that there are an infinite number of worlds, simply because there is an infinite amount of space for them to be in.”
Chapter 19 (continued): "Rule One: Grow at least three extra legs." / Chapter 20: "As Arthur ran darting, dashing and panting down the side of the mountain..."
Chapter 19 (continued): "The great thunderous herd of thousand upon thousand of Perfectly Normal Beasts was sweeping in magnificent array across the Anhondo Plain."
Chapter 19 (continued): "The noise of the pounding of the hooves was so intense that it was hard to hear anything else above it." / Chapter 20: "Leaping on to the back of a one-and-a-half-ton Perfectly Normal Beast..."
Chapter 19 (continued): “Trillian burst in through the door from her cabin.”
Chapter 2 (continued): "A member of the hotel staff was now going round the bar asking people if they were Mr Miller."
Chapter 2 (continued): "A tiny security camera up behind the bar had turned to follow her movement."
Chapter 2 (continued): "As she was getting into the elevator Tricia, slightly preoccupied, realised she had left her bag in her room..."
Chapter 2 (continued): “Ford looked back at him, genuinely surprised.”
Chapter 2 (continued): "Gail Andrews was a well groomed woman in her mid-forties."
Chapter 2 (continued): "He smiled weakly."
Chapter 2 (continued): “He toyed with this thought a little before reluctantly dismissing it.”
Chapter 2 (continued): “‘I’m going to need some help with this one,’ said the machine tersely.” / Chapter 3: “‘Does anyone have a kettle?’ Arthur asked…”
Chapter 2 (continued): "'I told you!' shouted Ford, leaping to his feet. 'Eddies in the space-time continuum!'" / Chapter 3: "Important facts from Galactic history, number one:" / Chapter 4: "It was a charming and delightful day at Lord's..."
Chapter 2 (continued): “It has been said that Vogons are not above a little bribery and corruption…”
Chapter 2 (continued): "''Mr Martin? You mean Andy Martin at NBS?'"
Chapter 2 (continued): "She sat on a chair in the lobby, under a kentia palm, and opened the little cellophane-windowed envelope."
Chapter 2 (continued): "Since he had left Denmark the previous afternoon, ..."
Chapter 2 (continued): "Spring is over-rated."
Chapter 2 (continued): "The word was out that maybe, just maybe, a British accent would fit."
Chapter 2 (continued): "They went through it all a couple more times till Tricia was certain that everything that possibly could be clear was as clear as it possibly could be."
Chapter 2 (continued): "Tricia felt as if she had been kicked in the back of the head. She blinked."
Chapter 2 (continued): "'What?' said Ford. 'Er, who,' said Arthur, 'is Eddy, then, exactly?'"
Chapter 2 (continued): “When put to the test, however, it invariably produced a plastic cup filled with a liquid that was almost, but not quite, entirely unlike tea.”
Chapter 2 (continued): "'You see,' said Ford, '— ...'"
Chapter 2: “Here’s what the Encyclopedia Galactica has to say about alcohol.”
Chapter 20 (contined): "It is a park in which people do more extraordinary things than they do elsewhere."
Chapter 20 (continued): "'Can we go to them?'" / Chapter 21: "The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy is, as has been remarked before often and accurately, a pretty startling kind of a thing."
Chapter 20 (continued): “‘Come,’ said Zaphod and started back down into the crater.”
Chapter 20 (continued): “Ford called out from the controls he was still fighting a losing battle with.”
Chapter 20 (continued): "'Go!' shouted Thrashbarg. 'Go and meet your destiny, Sandwich Maker!'" / Chapter 21: "Misty grey buildings loomed and flickered. They bounced up and down in a highly embarrassing way."
Chapter 20 (continued): "He ducked down under the airstream, dipped — and dived." / Chapter 21: "he longest and most destructive party ever held is now into its fourth generation, ..."
Chapter 20 (continued): "He slowly stood up from his crouched position and started to brush himself down."
Chapter 20 (continued): "He was faced with the fact that he was going to have to pick the thing up."
Chapter 20 (continued): “‘How are we doing?’ said Arthur Dent.”
Chapter 20 (continued): "She put her hand on his knee, which made him realize that the tingling going up and down his spine was not her gently stroking his back, ..."
Chapter 20 (continued): "'So let me give you the layout. Me sitting at the table. On my left, the newspaper. On my right, the cup of coffee. In the middle of the table, the packet of biscuits.'"
Chapter 20 (continued): "They couldn't even catch the attention of a single animal."
Chapter 20 (continued): "'Well, I ...' said Arthur, his composure suddenly shattered."
Chapter 20 (continued): "What he was doing was this: he was flying."
Chapter 20 (continued): "'What ...?' 'I know it sounds crazy, and everybody says it was hallucinations, ...'"
Chapter 20 (continued): "'What?' said Fenchurch. 'What?'"
Chapter 20 (continued): "With strange sort of sweeping movements of his arms Old Thrashbarg kept the pikka bird in front of the Beast, ..."
Chapter 20 (continued): “Zaphod marched quickly down the passageway, …”
Chapter 20 (continued): “Zaphod paused for a while.”
Chapter 20: “Five figures wandered slowly over the blighted land.”
Chapter 20, Part 1
Chapter 20, Part 2
Chapter 20, Part 3
Chapter 20: “The Restaurant continued existing, but everything else had stopped.”
Chapter 21 (continued): “A year later, the hundred thousand square mile desert was thick with flowers.” / Chapter 22: “Arthur woke up and instantly regretted it.”
Chapter 21 (continued): “As a punishment for this behaviour, which was held to be offensively self righteous and provocative, …”
Chapter 21 (continued): “Half-finished wiring hung from the ceiling, …”
Chapter 21 (continued): "How could she prove any of this?"
Chapter 21 (continued): "None of the Grebulons had names, largely because they couldn't think of any."
Chapter 21 (continued): "Not that Fire Dragons weren't an essentially peace-loving species, because they were." / Chapter 22: "The night in Islington was sweet and fragrant."
Chapter 21 (continued): "Obviously what happened next was that Tricia quickly set the video camera up on its tripod to capture the whole scene."
Chapter 21 (continued): "One of the problems, and it's one which is obviously going to get worse, ..."
Chapter 21 (continued): "She was sitting in a small editing suite at a video production company in Soho."
Chapter 21 (continued): "She was very, very sick."
Chapter 21 (continued): "So what she had on tape, essentially, was a bunch of slightly thin and discoloured people sitting around watching televisions..."
Chapter 21 (continued): “The robot obediently looked at them, then looked back.” / Chapter 22: “He was standing with his back to Arthur…”
Chapter 21 (continued): "Tricia had nodded tremendously slowly at this point."
Chapter 21 (continued): “‘What,’ said Trillian in a small quiet voice, ‘does sundive mean?’”
Chapter 21: “Down on the dry, red world of Kakrafoon, in the middle of the vast Rudlit Desert, …”
Chapter 21: “On the surface of Magrathea Arthur wandered about moodily.”
Chapter 22: "Arthur lay floundering in pain on a piece of ripped and dismembered reinforced concrete, ..."
Chapter 22 (continued): "A youngish-looking man came up to him, an aggressive-looking type with a hook mouth, a lantern nose, and small beady little cheekbones."
Chapter 22 (continued): “Aldebaran’s great, OK; Algol’s pretty neat; Betelgeuse’s pretty girls; Will knock you off your feet.”
Chapter 22 (continued): “Arthur, a regular Guardian reader, was deeply shocked at this.”
Chapter 22 (continued): "Arthur put Dire Straits on the stereo."
Chapter 22 (continued): “Fear gripped them. From both directions the noise was getting louder.” / Chapter 23: “The vault was low ceilinged, dimly lit and gigantic.”
Chapter 22 (continued): "Ford motioned Arthur to shout a little less loudly."
Chapter 22 (continued): "'Gonna buy that spaceship,' said Ford quietly."
Chapter 22 (continued): "He experienced one of those "self" moments, ..."
Chapter 22 (continued): "'He's giving it to us for free,' said Ford, taking a gnaw at his roll."
Chapter 22 (continued): “He seemed to have something on his mind.”
Chapter 22 (continued): "He signed with a flourish and handed it back to the barman." / Chapter 23: "The news networks don't like this kind of thing."
Chapter 22 (continued): "'I thought she'd never go,' growled the old man. 'Come, Earthman ...'"
Chapter 22 (continued): “‘My name?’ said the old man…” / Chapter 23: “It is an important and popular fact that things are not always what they seem.” / Chapter 24: “Silently the aircar coasted through the cold darkness, …”
Chapter 22 (continued): "She did another of the shrugs which would have brought such joy into the life of a simple cushion from Squornshellous Beta." / Chapter 23: "The battle raged on about the star of Xaxis."
Chapter 22 (continued): "The party was locked in a horrible embrace with a strange white spaceship which seemed to be half sticking through it."
Chapter 22 (continued): "Thor looked at him with slowly smouldering eyes. He was making some point about godliness and it had nothing to do with being clean." / Chapter 23: "'All right,' shouted Ford, 'so I'm a coward, the point is I'm still alive'"
Chapter 22: "Daylight exploded around them. Hot, heavy sun."
Chapter 22, Part 1
Chapter 22, Part 2
Chapter 23 (continued): "Arthur turned sharply to Slartibartfast, who was sitting in his pilot couch on the flight deck..." / Chapter 24: "It is a mistake to think you can solve any major problems just with potatoes."
Chapter 23 (continued): “‘Hello?’ said Ford, turning round slowly, …” / Chapter 24: “‘Err, caption …’; ‘Yes, Number One?’”
Chapter 23 (continued): "In his dream he was walking late at night along the East Side, beside the river which had become so extravagantly polluted that new lifeforms were now emerging from it spontaneously, demanding welfare and voting rights."
Chapter 23 (continued): “On closer inspection the coffins seemed to be more like sarcophagi. ”
Chapter 23 (continued): "They checked into a large two-bedroomed suite at the Langham."
Chapter 24: "Away in the inky depths of space invisible movements were being made."
Chapter 24 (continued): “‘All right, you scum,’ he growled, ’you vermin …’”
Chapter 24 (continued): "Another was a small bunch of people who continually refused to be where they were supposed to be when they were supposed to be there." / Chapter 25: "'Just there, number forty-two,' shouted Ford Prefect to the taxi-driver."
Chapter 24 (continued): "Arthur was alarmed to see that someone down in the alley was trying to steal her bicycle." / Chapter 25: "Those who are regular followers of the doings of Arthur Dent may have received an impression of his character and habits..."
Chapter 24 (continued): “As the dominant centrepiece of a starship bridge it was terribly wrong, …”
Chapter 24 (continued): “At the moment however a flash of light arced through the structure…”
Chapter 24 (continued): "Because all of the Grebulon surveillance equipment was focused on the planet Earth, ..."
Chapter 24 (continued): "For a while this worked well, until someone thought that it would be much more efficient and less time-consuming if they just shot the potatoes instead."
Chapter 24 (continued): “Ford looked around.”
Chapter 24 (continued): “He did this every few minutes or so, but never found what he was looking for.”
Chapter 24 (continued): “He glanced at his first and second officers, but they seemed lost in their own thoughts for a moment.” / Chapter 25: “The Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy has this to say about the planet of Golgafrincham:”
Chapter 24 (continued): "He slowly, very, very slowly, lifted his head to Fenchurch, who was standing in silent breathless amazement, silhouetted in her upstairs doorway."
Chapter 24 (continued): “It wasn’t infinity in fact.”
Chapter 24 (continued): “The sense of motion was so soft and slight…”
Chapter 24 (continued): “‘Trouble with a long journey like this,’ continued the Captain, ‘is that you end up just talking to yourself a lot, …’”
Chapter 24: "Luckily there was a strong updraft in the alley because Arthur hadn't done this sort of thing for a while, at least, not deliberately, and deliberately is exactly the way you are not meant to do it."
Chapter 24, Part 1
Chapter 24, Part 2
Chapter 24, Part 3
Chapter 25 (continued): "A thin, ill-looking man wearing something baggy and Italian was walking up the stairs past them, ..."
Chapter 25 (continued): “And in all this ancient and mysterious history, …” / Chapter 26: “That night the ship crash-landed on to an utterly insignificant little green-blue planet…”
Chapter 25 (continued): “‘and yet in my teeming circuitry I can navigate the infinite delta streams of future probability …’”
Chapter 25 (continued): "As space unpinched itself, it seemed agonizingly to twist the eyes of the watchers in their sockets." / Chapter 26: "'I don't know,' said Zaphod, for what seemed to him like the thirty-seventh time, ..."
Chapter 25 (continued): “Lunkwill and Fook glanced at each other in surprise.”
Chapter 25 (continued): "'Random,' said Trillian quietly from up on the stairs."
Chapter 25 (continued): "Random threw the gun down and fell to her knees, sobbing."
Chapter 25 (continued): “Scarcely pausing for breath, Vroomfondel shouted, ‘We don’t demand solid facts! …’”
Chapter 25 (continued): “‘Seven and a half million years …!’ they cried in chorus.” / Chapter 26: “‘Yes, very salutary,’ said Arthur, …” / Chapter 27: “Slartibartfast’s study was a total mess, …”
Chapter 25 (continued): "The asteroid circled the Dust Cloud which surrounded the Slo-Time envelope which enclosed the world on which lived the people of Krikkit, the Masters of Krikkit and their killer robots."
Chapter 25 (continued): "... when Arthur found himself sitting on a hillside watching the moon rise over the softly burning trees..." / Chapter 26: "Arthur Dent allowed himself for an unworthy moment to think, ..."
Chapter 25: "Even as the Starship Bistromath flickered into objective being on the top of a small cliff on the mile-wide asteroid..."
Chapter 25, Part 1
Chapter 25, Part 2
Chapter 25, Part 3
Chapter 25, Part 4 > Chapter 26
Chapter 25: “There are of course many problems connected with life, …”
Chapter 26 (continued): "By the time her two inexplicable people finally slipped back off the wing and tumbled into the slipstream she had cheered up an awful lot." / Chapter 27: "'This is all very wonderful,' said Fenchurch a few days later."
Chapter 26 (continued): “Looking over his shoulder Arthur saw that he was twiddling with knobs on a small black box.” / Chapter 27: “‘I trust you had a pleasant meal?’ said Zarniwoop to Zaphod and Trillian…”
Chapter 26 (continued): "Physics glanced at Arthur, and clotted with horror he was gone too, sick with giddy dropping, every part of him screaming but his voice."
Chapter 26 (continued): "She stared at the huge visiscreen over the flight couches and, twisting a switch, she flipped local images over it."
Chapter 26 (continued): "They felt, even Fenchurch, now protected from the elements by only a couple of fragments from Marks and Spencer, ..."
Chapter 26 (continued): “When the sun came up that morning…”
Chapter 27 (continued): "A light moved in the sky with slow weight."
Chapter 27 (continued): “Both of the men had been trained for this moment, …” / Chapter 28: “It was a long time before anyone spoke.”
Chapter 27 (continued): "It's the absolute stocking top truth. All documented in his little black book, ..."
Chapter 27 (continued): “No one in the room remarked on his peculiar arrival, …”
Chapter 27 (continued): “The instant he took hold of them a bird flew straight through him.”
Chapter 27: "It was the same hill, and yet not the same."
Chapter 27, Part 1
Chapter 27, Part 2
Chapter 27a
Chapter 27b
Chapter 28 (continued): “‘Look, alright, alright,’ said Loonquawl, …”
Chapter 28 (continued): "Meanwhile, more millions of miles away than the mind can comfortably encompass, Zaphod Beeblebrox was feeling bored."
Chapter 28 (continued): "'Where is the Asylum?' Arcane Jill Watson again." / Chapter 29: "'This is an important announcement. ...'"/ Chapter 30: "They rented a car in Los Angeles..."
Chapter 28: "'People are beginning to talk,' said Fenchurch that evening, after they had hauled her 'cello in."
Chapter 28: “The major problem – one of the major problems, for there are several – one of the many major problems with governing people…” / Chapter 29: “On a small obscure world somewhere in the middle of nowhere in particular…”
Chapter 29 (continued): “He played with the calculator for an hour, whilst the cat went to sleep…”
Chapter 29 (continued): “In the sky a huge sign appeared, …”
Chapter 29 (continued): "She walked forward and took the poor confused Krikkiter by the arm."
Chapter 29 (continued): “The cat seemed undecided on the matter.”
Chapter 29 (continued): “The man looked at them doubtfully.”
Chapter 29 (continued): “The rain continued to churn the mud.” / Chapter 30: “The stars came out that night, dazzling in their brilliance and clarity.”
Chapter 29 (continued): “The rain continued to pound the roof. Inside the shack it was warm.”
Chapter 29 (continued): “The scene around them was currently plunged into gloom.” / Chapter 30: “‘So there you have it,’ said Slartibartfast, …”
Chapter 29, Part 1
Chapter 29, Part 2
Chapter 29: "'Tell us,' said the thin, pale-faced Krikkiter who had stepped forward from the ranks of the others and stood uncertainly in the circle of torchlight, handling his gun as if he was just holding it for someone else..."
Chapter 29: “‘Zaphod! Wake up!’”
Chapter 3 (continued): “‘As you will no doubt be aware, …’”
Chapter 3 (continued): “He started to speak, and stopped.”
Chapter 3 (continued): “‘It is trying,’ said Zaphod with wonderful restraint, ‘to make tea.’” / Chapter 4: “Ten light years away, Gag Halfrunt jacked up his smile by several notches.”
Chapter 3 (continued): “‘No, you listen to me, you see-through old bat,’ said Zaphod…”
Chapter 3 (continued): “On Zaphod’s brow stood beads of sweat, first of concentration, then of frustration and finally of embarrassment.”
Chapter 3 (continued): “Only one man stood and watched the sky, …”
Chapter 3 (continued): “Quite how Zaphod Beeblebrox arrived at the idea of holding a seance at this point…”
Chapter 3 (continued): “Suddenly Ford’s spell was broken.”
Chapter 3 (continued): “The noise and the shaking had reached terrifying proportions.”
Chapter 3 (continued): "This neutrino struck an atom." / Chapter 4 : "Tricia began to feel that the world was conspiring against her."
Chapter 3 (continued): “‘Will that help?’ asked the barman.”
Chapter 3 (continued): “… you can sleep under it beneath the stars…”
Chapter 3 (continued): “Zaphod felt he was teetering on the edge of madness…”
Chapter 3: “On this particular Thursday, …”
Chapter 3, Part 1
Chapter 3, Part 2
Chapter 3, Part 3
Chapter 3, Part 4
Chapter 3: "The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy has, in what we laughingly call the past, had a great deal to say on the subject of parallel universes."
Chapter 3: "The next two lorries were not driven by Rain Gods, but they did exactly the same thing."
Chapter 30 (continued): "At the first opportunity — which was another shaft a hundred yards further along — he climbed back up out of it." / Chapter 31: "In a deep well of darkness a crippled robot sat."
Chapter 30 (continued): “Before them in the middle of the clearing stood a group of about two dozen men and women.”
Chapter 30 (continued): “For the next fifty miles of their journey eastward they kept on finding the occasional gift of fruit lying in their path…”
Chapter 30 (continued): “Slowly and watchfully they walked round the perimeter of the clearing.”
Chapter 30 (continued): "Their mood lifted further as the sun began to move down the western half of the sky, ..." / Chapter 31: "If you took a couple of David Bowies and stuck one of the David Bowies on the top of the other David Bowie, ..."
Chapter 30 (continued): “‘You know,’ said Arthur thoughtfully, ‘all this explains a lot of things… ’”
Chapter 30: "Zaphod Beeblebrox crawled bravely along a tunnel, like the hell of a guy he was. He was very confused, but continued crawling doggedly anyway because he was that brave."
Chapter 31: “A few days after landing in this mountainous land they hit a coastline which swept diagonally before them…”
Chapter 31 (continued): “A short aircar trip brought Arthur and the old Magrathean to a doorway.”
Chapter 31 (continued): "Apart from anything else, the mere coordination of an entire planet's military strategy was taking up only a tiny part of its formidable mind, ..."
Chapter 31 (continued): "Beside it stood a Krikkit robot with its multi-functional battleclub." / Chapter 32: "'Hactar!' called Trillian. 'What are you up to?'"
Chapter 31 (continued): "'Oh yeah,' said Zaphod. 'It's easy for you to say that. I just told you. Anyway, I don't see what it's got to do with anything.'"
Chapter 31 (continued): "There were little sandpipers running along the margin of the shore which seemed to have this problem: they needed to find their food in the sand which a wave had just washed over, but they couldn't bear to get their feet wet."
Chapter 31 (continued): "They both became aware that Wonko the Sane was glancing sharply backwards and forwards between them, and trying to get a gasp in edgeways."
Chapter 31 (continued): "They went out on to the beach, which was where he started talking about angels with golden beards and green wings and Dr Scholl sandals."
Chapter 31 (continued): “Trillian grabbed him desperately by the arm…” / Chapter 32: “‘Emergency! Emergency!’ blared the klaxons”
Chapter 31 (continued): “‘Well, I mean, yes idealism, yes the dignity of pure research, yes the pursuit of truth in all its forms, but there comes a point …’”
Chapter 31 (continued): “‘Well perhaps you can take a quick skiing holiday …’”
Chapter 31 (continued): "... whenever they were mentioned, and had shown them quite proudly round the eccentricities of his house."
Chapter 31 (continued): "'Which means, I suppose,' said Marvin, requiring only one ten thousand million billion trillion grillionth part of his mental powers to make this logical leap, 'that you're not going to release me or anything like that.'"
Chapter 31: “It is of course well known that careless talk costs lives, …”
Chapter 31, Part 1
Chapter 31, Part 2
Chapter 31, Part 3
Chapter 32: “A thin whine filled the air.”
Chapter 32 (continued): "And very gradually, very, very slowly, the images in the cloud began to fade, gently to melt away."
Chapter 32 (continued): “As the others started after him he was brought up short…”
Chapter 32 (continued): “At this point he decided he would not wait all day after all, he would merely pretend that the last half hour hadn’t happened.”
Chapter 32 (continued): “Ford waited for this statement to have its effect.” / Chapter 33: “A mile or so away through the wood, Arthur Dent was too busily engrossed with what he was doing to hear Ford Prefect approach.”
Chapter 32 (continued): "He had already had an argument with Slartibartfast on this matter, and eventually the old man had got annoyed and left." / Chapter 33: "The sun was shining calmly on a scene of complete havoc."
Chapter 32 (continued): "It was thin and feeble, like a voice carried on the wind from a great distance, half heard, a memory of a dream of a voice."
Chapter 32 (continued): “Other eyes watched the assembling crowds.”
Chapter 32 (continued): “The Captain leaned forward out of his bath.”
Chapter 32 (continued): “The fusillade continued for several seconds…” / Chapter 33: “But the end never came, …”
Chapter 32 (continued): "The image of Hactar on the couch seemed to billow and waver, as if finding it hard to maintain itself."
Chapter 32 (continued): “The marketing girl soured him with a look.”
Chapter 32 (continued): "The voice on the solar wind breathed to them again. 'I hope you are comfortable,' it said."
Chapter 32 (continued): “‘Why not call it a rock?’ asked Ford.”
Chapter 32, Part 1
Chapter 32, Part 2
Chapter 32: "The deep roar of the ocean. The break of waves on further shores than thought can find." / Chapter 33: "That night they stayed Outside the Asylum and watched TV from inside it."
Chapter 33 (continued): “Arthur ran over to the two natives.”
Chapter 33 (continued): "Arthur stared down at it with a tight-set mouth."
Chapter 33 (continued): “For a moment, nothing happened.” / Chapter 34: “The aircar rocketed them at speeds in excess of R17…”
Chapter 33 (continued): “Ford leaned his elbow against the tree and his hand against his head.”
Chapter 33 (continued): "He twisted towards the ground, flinging himself hectically through the air, at the same time hurling the bomb harmlessly into the distance." / Epilogue: "Life, the Universe and Everything. And at the end they travelled again."
Chapter 33 (continued): “‘No,’ said Ford, ‘there’s nothing we can do…’”
Chapter 33 (continued): "Quite a few thoughts collided in Arthur Dent's mind at tis moment, ..."
Chapter 33 (continued): “‘There might be a way of bringing that unconscious pattern forward.’”
Chapter 34 (continued): “‘Oh, I’ve heard of worse,’ said Ford, ‘I read of one planet off in the seventh dimension that got used as a ball in a game of intergalactic bar billiards.’”
Chapter 34 (continued): “‘That ship hated me,’ he said dejectedly, …” / Chapter 35: “That night, as the Heart of Gold was busy putting a few light years between itself and the Horsehead Nebula, …”
Chapter 34 (continued): “The aircar flung itself through the air at R17 and above…”
Chapter 34: "On the way home there was a woman sitting next to them on the plane who was looking at them rather oddly." / Chapter 35: "They went to Arthur's house in the West Country, ..."
Chapter 34: “The sun came out and beamed cheerfully at them.”
Chapter 35 (continued): ""And this guy," ranted Ford, "was on a drive to sell more of them! ..."
Chapter 35 (continued): "He staggered into Arthur's sitting room, waving aside all offers of support, ..."
Chapter 36 (continued): "'With someone who knows where the gin bottle is? Do I get to meet her?'" / Chapter 37: "'Ford Prefect,' said Arthur. 'I may have mentioned him in passing.'"
Chapter 36: "The flying saucer in which Ford Prefect had stowed away had stunned the world."
Chapter 37 (continued): "Immediate preparations were made for its departure." / Chapter 38: "Crowds thronged as close as they could to the giant silver craft, which wasn't very."
Chapter 38 (continued): "'All right, I want you to clear a passage, please, for some important pieces of scientific equipment,' boomed Ford." / Chapter 39: "Arthur Dent was irritated to be continually wakened by the sound of gunfire."
Chapter 38 (continued): "The inner perimeter fence was now being dismantled."
Chapter 39 (continued): "He clambered through a bulkhead door and found himself in a larger corridor." / Chapter 40: "There remains little still to tell."
Chapter 4 (continued): “A twenty-foot-high transparent globe floated next to his boat, …”
Chapter 4 (continued): “All his heirs are now long dead, …”
Chapter 4 (continued): "'Exciting, isn't it?' said an apparition."
Chapter 4 (continued): "Ford was humming, irritably."
Chapter 4 (continued): "He looked along the flight path of the ball again and his eyes twitched again."
Chapter 4 (continued): "'I see,' said Tricia."
Chapter 4 (continued): “Not that anyone there had ever heard of an Arab of course.”
Chapter 4 (continued): “On top of the cliffs stood a reception committee.”
Chapter 4 (continued): "Play resumed with a new ball, the sun continued to shine..."
Chapter 4 (continued): "Slartibartfast was gesturing urgently at Ford and Arthur and shouting at them, ..."
Chapter 4 (continued): "The applause of the crowd had been rapidly succeeded by gasps of astonishment, ..."
Chapter 4 (continued): "The Somebody Else's Problem field is much simpler and more effective, ..." / Chapter 5: "Important facts from Galactic history, number two:"
Chapter 4 (continued): "'There are two things I fell which I should tell you,' said Ford, tossing a copy of the Guardian over the table at him."
Chapter 4 (continued): "There was a pause while the first commentator considered this."
Chapter 4 (continued): “They searched every corner of the ship in increasing bewilderment and alarm.” / Chapter 5: “Ursa Minor Beta is, some say, one of the most appalling places in the known Universe.”
Chapter 4 (continued): "'What?' said Ford. He seemed a little taken aback."
Chapter 4 (continued): "What was most extraordinary about them was that they appeared to have come dressed for the occasion."
Chapter 4 (continued): "'You gonna die, boy,' the barman murmured quietly at Ford Prefect, and the evidence was on his side."
Chapter 4: “Far away on the opposite spiral arm of the Galaxy, …”
Chapter 4, Part 1
Chapter 4, Part 2
Chapter 4, Part 3
Chapter 4, Part 4
Chapter 4, Part 5
Chapter 4: "Whether it was because he was drunk, ill or suicidally insane would not have been apparent to a casual observer, ..."
Chapter 40 (continued): "Between them they picked him up despite his feeble protests and insults."
Chapter 40 (continued): "They realized they were not the first to pass that way, ..."
Chapter 40 (continued): "They rounded the foot of the Quentulus Quazgar Mountains, and there was the Message ..." / Epilogue: "One of the greatest benefactors of all lifekind was a man who couldn't keep his mind on the job in hand."
Chapter 40 (continued): "'What is it?' whispered Fenchurch in alarm, crouching behind Arthur, and grasping on to his arm."
Chapter 5 (continued): "All three of them stood, slightly awkwardly in her sitting room, ..."
Chapter 5 (continued): “Arthur Dent moved, and groaned again, muttering incoherently.”
Chapter 5 (continued): "Arthur Dent was one thousand, four hundred and thirty-seven light years away in a Saab, and anxious."
Chapter 5 (continued): "Arthur whirled round in his seat and stared into her suddenly open but utterly vacant eyes."
Chapter 5 (continued): "At the end of the alley a steel grey limousine crawled past."
Chapter 5 (continued): "'But I don't know anything about astrology.'"
Chapter 5 (continued): “‘Er, what is …’, ‘A Teaser? …’”
Chapter 5 (continued): “‘Excuse me?’ said Arthur.”
Chapter 5 ( continued): “He was experiencing the aural equivalent of looking at a picture of two black silhouetted faces…” / Chapter 6: “”Howl howl gargle howl…”
Chapter 5 (continued): “If at that moment you had then looked at the next table but one you would have seen Zaphod Beeblebrox…”
Chapter 5 (continued): "Russell hooted his horn fiercely at the car that came round the corner towards them half-way on to their side of the road, making them swerve. The anger seemed to make him feel better."
Chapter 5 (continued): “Somewhere in a small dark cabin …”
Chapter 5 (continued): "'That was the moment she cracked up. She was in a cafe somewhere. Rickmansworth.'"
Chapter 5 (continued): “The book is a guide book, a travel book.”
Chapter 5 (continued): "This was a planet he had seen completely destroyed, ..."
Chapter 5 (continued): "'Want some?' he said, after he'd had a swig himself."
Chapter 5 (continued): "'We have been monitoring you.'"
Chapter 5 (continued): “‘What is it?’ asked Arthur.”
Chapter 5, Part 1
Chapter 5, Part 2
Chapter 5, Part 3
Chapter 5, Part 4
Chapter 5, Part 5
Chapter 5: “Prostetnic Vogon Jeltz was not a pleasant sight, …”
Chapter 5: "She watched it coming in from over the Henley direction with mild curiosity at first, wondering what those lights were."
Chapter 5: "The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy is a powerful organ. Indeed, its influence is so prodigious that strict rules have had to be drawn up by its editorial staff to prevent its misuse."
Chapter 6 (continued): "A remarkably good idea had just occurred to him." / Chapter 7: "Arthur Dent had been in some hell-holes in his life, ..."
Chapter 6 (continued): "... and seconds later it seemed that a moment of consensus was suddenly achieved." / Chapter 7: "The Bistromatic Drive is a wonderful new method of crossing vast interstellar distances..."
Chapter 6 (continued): "'And you want me to be its restaurant critic,' said Ford."
Chapter 6 (continued): “At that moment a commotion broke out in the reception hall behind them.”
Chapter 6 (continued): “From the opposite direction came a larger black spider-like object.”
Chapter 6 (continued): "He swung himself off the couch. He brushed himself down."
Chapter 6 (continued): “It feeds on brainwave energy…”
Chapter 6 (continued): “‘Mr Beeblebrox, sir,’ said the insect in awed wonder, ‘you’re so weird you should be in movies.’”
Chapter 6 (continued): "'Mr zil-Doggo is no longer with this organisation. His drinks trolley is, I imagine, helping to console him for this fact.'"
Chapter 6 (continued): “‘Oh, fine,’ said Marvin, ‘if you happen to like being me which personally I don’t.’”
Chapter 6 (continued): “Outside the door were the sounds of marching feet.” / Chapter 7: “Vogon poetry is of course the third worst in the Universe.”
Chapter 6 (continued): "'The central computational area,' said Slartibartfast unperturbed, ..."
Chapter 6 (continued): "The fact that it was Will made the choice easier. It wasn't that Arthur disliked him as such — Will was quite fun." / Chapter 7: "His house was still there."
Chapter 6 (continued): "The robot rapidly reported back to its central control that everything was now for the best in this best of all possible worlds, ..."
Chapter 6 (continued): “…the supermarket was gone, everything in it was gone.”
Chapter 6 (continued): "They checked their figures and realised that what they had actually discovered was 'boredom', ..."
Chapter 6 (continued): "This prompted Arthur to go and peer at the window again, this time with an eye not for the asphyxiating emu but for himself."
Chapter 6 (continued): "'What's happened?' insisted Ford."
Chapter 6 (continued): "Within about thirty seconds a security robot the size of a small melon came flying down the corridor at about waist height, ..."
Chapter 6 (continued): “‘You know something?’ said Zaphod to Marvin.”
Chapter 6 (continued): “Zaphod Beeblebrox entered the foyer.”
Chapter 6: "Ford Prefect hit the ground running."
Chapter 6: "From here it was a four-mile walk to his village: a further mile to the turning, to which the abominable Russell had now fiercely declined to take him, and from there a further three miles of winding country lane."
Chapter 6: “‘Hello? Yes? Megadodo Publications, home of the Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy…’”
Chapter 6: "It seemed to Arthur as if the whole sky suddenly just stood aside and let them through."
Chapter 6, Part 1
Chapter 6, Part 2
Chapter 6, Part 3
Chapter 7 (continued): "A single boghog eyeball sat looking reproachfully at Arthur..." / Chapter 8: "Ford had his own code of ethics."
Chapter 7 (continued): "Entranced, Arthur turned it round yet again, and this time the light from the dusty little bedside lamp caught it at a different angle and glittered on some fine abrasions on the fish bowl's surface."
Chapter 7 (continued): “He spluttered and gurgled as the Vogon tightened his grip.”
Chapter 7 (continued): "He was following the Earth through its days, ..." / Chapter 8: "Arthur awoke feeling wonderful, absolutely fabulous, refreshed, overjoyed to be home."
Chapter 7 (continued): “(he was reaching a triumphant crescendo …)”
Chapter 7 (continued): “If he said anything further after that it was lost.”
Chapter 7 (continued): "Instead, there was Arthur Dent the smooth and casual, in corduroys and a chunky sweater."
Chapter 7 (continued): “‘Just ran off and left you, did they?’ the machine thundered.” / Chapter 8: “‘So, do we just sit here, or what?’ said Zaphod angrily, …”
Chapter 7 (continued): "Numbers written on restaurant bills within the confines of restaurants do not follow the same mathematical laws..." / Chapter 8: "'In space travel, you see,' said Slartibartfast, as he fiddled with some instruments..."
Chapter 7 (continued): "The brochure described some of the history of the planet."
Chapter 7 (continued): "The room was much as he had left it, i.e. festeringly untidy, ..."
Chapter 7 (continued): "This, he realised, was about as close to home as he was likely to get."
Chapter 7 (continued): “‘… thy micturations are to me | As plurdled gabbleblotchits on a lurgid bee.’”
Chapter 7 (continued): “‘Try and understand his problem,’ insisted Ford.”
Chapter 7 (continued): “‘Yes, go on,’ said Marvin to the huge battle machine, ‘you’ll never guess.’”
Chapter 7: “Marvin stood at the end of the bridge corridor.”
Chapter 7, Part 1
Chapter 7, Part 2
Chapter 7, Part 3
Chapter 7, Part 4
Chapter 7, Part 5
Chapter 7, Part 6
Chapter 8 (continued): "Before long, insofar as such terms had any meaning in this virtual universe, ..."
Chapter 8 (continued): "Between them they killed a virulent space disease he's picked up without knowing it in the Flargathon Gas Swamps a few days earlier, ..."
Chapter 8 (continued): "Five minutes later he was out of there."
Chapter 8 (continued): "Ford even began to whistle, which was probably his mistake."
Chapter 8 (continued): "'InfiniDim Enterprises,' Ford snarled to himself..."
Chapter 8 (continued): "Meanwhile the order to disallow the researcher's expenses was relayed down..."
Chapter 8 (continued): "No time for fancy routes now, there was obviously a major security alert in progress." / Chapter 9: "Arthur felt at a bit of a loss."
Chapter 8 (continued): "Six conversations along these lines began to take their toll on his mood of vigorous, dynamic optimism, ..." / Chapter 9: "He accepted another pint and took a pull at it."
Chapter 8 (continued): "Slartibartfast said, 'Because in space travel all the numbers are awful.'" / Chapter 9: "Another world, another day, another dawn."
Chapter 8 (continued): “The left-hand tower of the Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy offices streaked through interstellar space…”
Chapter 8 (continued): “‘You ever had a Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster?’ asked Zaphod sharply.” / Chapter 9: “The air around the second planet of the Frogstar system was stale and unwholesome.”
Chapter 8: “The Hitch Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy is a wholly remarkable book.”
Chapter 9: “A computer chatted to itself in alarm, …”
Chapter 9 (continued): “A million-gallon vat of custard upended itself over them without warning.”
Chapter 9 (continued): “About a hundred yards or so away, … was what would probably have to be described as a landing pad of sorts.”
Chapter 9 (continued): “After what seemed like a sort of ethereal sigh it added, ‘You know how it is with bodies.’” / Chapter 10: “The Universe, as has been observed before, is an unsettlingly big place, …”
Chapter 9 (continued): “Arthur and Ford opened their eyes and looked about in considerable surprise.”
Chapter 9 (continued): "Arthur looked at him doubtfully. 'Can I get that at the spaceport, too?' he said." / Chapter 10: "Ford hurled himself at the door of the editor-in-chief's office, ..."
Chapter 9 (continued): "Arthur realised just in time what she intended. Together they tossed the contents of the tin into the gully."
Chapter 9 (continued): "At the top of the third pole Arthur stopped for a breather."
Chapter 9 (continued): "He waited patiently while the next round was duly distributed."
Chapter 9 (continued): "However it appeared that some sort of calamity had befallen this planet."
Chapter 9 (continued): "'I was a celebrity,' droned the robot sadly, ..."
Chapter 9 (continued): "Oddly, the man's face was now only a couple of feet away."
Chapter 9 (continued): "The mattress could feel deep in his innermost spring pockets that the robot dearly wished to be asked how long he had been trudging in this futile and fruitless manner, ..."
Chapter 9 (continued): "The robot stopped and looked at the mattress."
Chapter 9 (continued): "The village of oracles wasn't much better."
Chapter 9 (continued): “There is, however, nothing soothing about being addressed by a disembodied voice out of nowhere, …”
Chapter 9 (continued): "There was a sad and terrible pause at this point in the conversation..." / Chapter 10: "The body of Arthur Dent span."
Chapter 9 (continued): "Unsteadily, Arthur got to his feet and brushed himself down with a fistful of dried grass."
Chapter 9 (continued): "'Yes,' said Arthur. 'That sort of thing. Bit of a problem I sometimes find if I'm being perfectly honest.'"
Chapter 9 (continued): "'You have something on your mind, I think,' said the mattress floopily."
Chapter 9 (continued): “Zarniwoop’s office was on the fifteenth floor.”
Chapter 9, Part 1
Chapter 9, Part 2
Chapter 9, Part 3
Chasing the Sofa
cheval dans la salle de bains, Un
Childish Scrabbles
Ching Calculator, I
Clairvoyance
Clean White Sheets
Clearly, a Multi-Talented Assortment of Human Beings
Clone Rangers, The
Cold Pizza
Come and Meet the Rest of Us
Conjuring Trick, A
Consolation No. 1
Consolation No. 2
Constable Luke
Could Just Have You Revoked, I
Credits
Crime Scene
Cross Purposes
Cup of Tea and a Newspaper, A
Customer Relations
Cześć, i dzięki za ryby
d) Dirk Gently
Damnation
Dancing Robots
Dawn Of Time, The
Dead Reckoning
deel 1
deel 10
deel 11
deel 12
deel 2
deel 3
deel 4
deel 5
deel 6
deel 7
deel 8
deel 9
Delusions
Departures & Arrivals
dernier restaurant avant la fin du monde, Le
Desperate Bargains
Digging holes in popular culture : archaeology and science fiction
Dirk Gently omnibus, The
Dirk Gently's holistic detective agency
Dirk Gently's holistisch detectivebureau
Dirk Gently's holistische Detektei
Dirk Gently: The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul
Dirk Gentlys holistiska detektivbyrå
Disaster Area
Disco Fever
Dissolution
Distastefully Explicit
Disturbances
Divinity
Długi mroczny podwieczorek dusz
Do You Think Your Time...?
Doctor Who, a celebration 1983:
Doctor Who: Shada
Dolphins' Farewell, The
Don't Like Thursdays, I
Double Sunset
Douglas Adams at the BBC
Douglas Adams' Raumschiff Titanic
Douglas Adams's Guide to the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Douglas Adams Stjärnskeppet Titanic :
Douglas, quite apart from the people...
Dr Dan’s Opus
Draycotts Vanish, The
DS Gilks
e) Endangered Species
Eagle Tactics
Earlier Portraits of You...
Earth, Mk 2, The
East River Nightmare
Eingewöhnung in die Familie
Einmal Rupert und zurück der fünfte Band der intergalaktischen Trilogie ; Roman
Einmal Rupert und zurück der fünfte "Per-Anhalter-durch-die-Galaxis"-Roman
elektrische Mönch: Dirk Gentlys holistische Detektei, Der
Emergency Nursing
Empty Vessels
En dan nog iets...
Encyclopædia Galactica, The
End of History Itself, The
End of the Affair
end of the universe, the
Entdeckung des Baji-Delfins, Die
Epilog
Epilogue (continued): "He was also, partly because of this, of a rather irritable disposition."
Epilogue (continued): "'Now do you understand?' the leader would say."
Epilogue (continued): "One night, he said, a spaceship appeared in the sky of a planet which had never seen one before."
Epilogue (continued): "'Robots?' asked Zaphod sharply. 'What robots?'"
Epilogue (continued): "The courtroom was an austere place, a large dark chamber, clearly designed for Justice rather than, for instance, for Pleasure."
Epilogue (continued): "There was a long silence following this announcement, which was finally broken by Arthur."
Epilogue (continued): "Trillian came out of the cabin wearing her serious face."
Epilogue (continued): "'We came to find you,' said Trillian, deliberately not keeping the disappointment out of her voice."
Episode 01-1: Fit the First
Episode 01-2: Fit the First
Episode 01-3: Fit the First
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Episode 01-7: Fit the First
Episode 02-1: Fit the Second
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Episode 02-6: Fit the Second
Episode 03-1: Fit the Third
Episode 03-2: Fit the Third
Episode 03-3: Fit the Third
Episode 03-4: Fit the Third
Episode 03-5: Fit the Third
Episode 03-6: Fit the Third
Episode 04-1: Fit the Fourth
Episode 04-2: Fit the Fourth
Episode 04-3: Fit the Fourth
Episode 04-4: Fit the Fourth
Episode 04-5: Fit the Fourth
Episode 04-6: Fit the Fourth
Episode 05-1: Fit the Fifth
Episode 05-2: Fit the Fifth
Episode 05-3: Fit the Fifth
Episode 05-4: Fit the Fifth
Episode 05-5: Fit the Fifth
Episode 05-6: Fit the Fifth
Episode 06-1: Fit the Sixth
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Episode 1: Part Five
Episode 1: Part Four
Episode 1: Part Three
Episode 1: Part Two
Episode 1: Title Music and Part One
Episode 10-1: Fit the Tenth
Episode 10-2: Fit the Tenth
Episode 10-3: Fit the Tenth
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Episode 10-5: Fit the Tenth
Episode 11-1: Fit the Eleventh
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Episode 12-5: Fit the Twelfth
Episode 2: Part Five
Episode 2: Part Four
Episode 2: Part Six
Episode 2: Part Three
Episode 2: Part Two
Episode 2: Title Music and Part One
Episode 3: Part Five
Episode 3: Part Four
Episode 3: Part Three
Episode 3: Part Two
Episode 3: Title Music and Part One
Episode 4: Part Five
Episode 4: Part Four
Episode 4: Part Seven
Episode 4: Part Six
Episode 4: Part Three
Episode 4: Part Two
Episode 4: Title Music and Part One
Episode 5: Part Five
Episode 5: Part Four
Episode 5: Part Six
Episode 5: Part Three
Episode 5: Part Two
Episode 5: Title Music and Part One
Episode 6: Part Five
Episode 6: Part Four
Episode 6: Part Seven
Episode 6: Part Six
Episode 6: Part Three
Episode 6: Part Two
Episode 6: Title Music and Part One
Erde hat uns wieder, Teil 1, Die
Erde hat uns wieder, Teil 2, Die
Erde hat uns wieder, Teil 3, Die
Erde hat uns wieder, Teil 4, Die
Erde hat uns wieder, Teil 5, Die
Erde hat uns wieder, Teil 6, Die
Erde hat uns wieder, Teil 7, Die
Erde hat uns wieder, Teil 8, Die
Everything to Play For
Excitement Is Mounting, The
Extracts from Doctor Who "The Pirate Planet"
f) Footlights Review
Factory Floor
Fallen Gods
Far Back in the Mists
Far From Its Starting Point
Far Out in the Uncharted Backwaters
Fast and Faster
Fenchurch’s Story
Fit the Eighteenth
Fit the Eighth
Fit the Eleventh
Fit the Fifteenth
Fit the Fourteenth
Fit the Nineteenth
Fit the Ninth
Fit the Seventeenth
Fit the Seventh
Fit the Sixteenth
Fit the Tenth
Fit the Thirteenth
Fit the Twelfth
Fit the Twentieth
Fit the Twenty-Fifth
Fit the Twenty-First
Fit the Twenty-Fourth
Fit the Twenty-Second
Fit the Twenty-Sixth
Fit the Twenty-Third
Five Million Year Old Tape Recording, The
Flug in den Alptraum, Der
Flying Lessons
Flying on the Flight Path
Following Facts, The
Forced to Resort to Astonishment
Ford Prefect Unbound
Ford’s New Responsibilities
Ford’s Theory
Foreword: Eulogy for Douglas Adams
Foreword: Lament for Douglas Adams
Foreword: UK Introduction
Foreword: US Introduction
Fracture in Time, A
Frustrating Encounter, A
Fussy Landlord
Future I Was So Worried About, The
Future Technology / u) The Universe / v) Virtual Reality
g) Graham Chapman
Game's Afoot, The
Gargleblaster Sonata
Gatecrashers
GCSE Geography
Ginga hitchihaiku gaido
Girls? The Leather? The Machismo?, The
Glad to Be of Service
Good Party, A
Goodbye Trillian
Grand Unified Theories
Great Mates
Grebulon Mission, The
Greek Fugitive
große Knall im All, Der
Grotendeels ongevaarlijk
Guía del autoestopista galáctico
guide du routard galactique, Le
guide du voyageur galactique H2G2, I, Le
Guide Speaks, The
Guilt Complex
h) Hitchhiker's Guide to the Future
H2G2 le guide du voyageur galactique texte intégral
Hactar in Particular
Haktars großer Bluff
Happy Robot, A
Hard Boiled Detective
Has the Big Z Finally Flipped? & Glad to Be of Service
Having Addressed Yourself, in Comedy
Heart of Gold
Heavy Load
Here Is What to Do If You Want to Get a Script...
High Table
History of Every Major Galactic Civilisation, The
hitch-biker's guide to the galaxy, The
Hitch-Hiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Part Two: The Restaurant at the End of the Universe, The
Hitch hiker's guide to the galaxy, The : a trilogy in five parts
hitch hiker's guide to the galaxy, The : a trilogy in four parts
hitch hiker's guide to the galaxy, The : the complete radio series
hitch hikers' guide to the galaxy, The
Hitchhiker’s Building, The
hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy, 1980, c1979:, The
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: Primary Phase, The
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: Quandary Phase, The
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: Quintessential Phase, The
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: Secondary Phase, The
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: Tertiary Phase, The
Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy: The Complete Radio Series, The
Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy: The Complete ‘Trilogy’ of Five Volumes, The
hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy, The : primary phase
hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy, The : the authorized collection
Hitching a Lift on a Robot Ship
Holistic Navigation
Holistická detektivní kancelář Dirka Gentlyho
Holistyczna Agencja Detektywistyczna Dirka Gently
Hommage a Douglas Adams
Hope This Doesn't Sound Too Self-Serving, I
Hoping for a Miracle
Hot Potato
How Are We for Time
Hyperspace Jump
Hypnotic Suggestion
Hypnotism
i) The Internet
I’ve Recovered
Iguana Look, The
illustrated hitch hiker's guide to the galaxy, The
Im Missionsflieger nach Zaire
Im Wohnzimmer bei Vater Gorilla
Im Zentrum der Informations-Illusionen
Important and Popular Fact, An
In-Flight Entertainment
In Orbit Around It
In Post-Production
In That First Episode, the Characters in the Bar
In the Beginning the Series Was Commissioned
In The Domain of the King
In the Woodshead
Inch Taller, An
InfiniDim Enterprises
Infinite Improbability Drive, The
Infinitely Improbable
Informational Visit, An
Informe sobre la Tierra fundamentalmente inofensiva
Ins and Outs of the Universe
Inside the Cottage
Inside the Labyrinth
Interconnectedness
Intro
Introduction / a) Animals: The Aye-Aye Lemur
Invisible Dot on an Invisible Dot, An
Irrungen und Wirrungen des Arthur Dent
Is There a Life After Lunch?
Is There a Lifestyle After Death
Ist das Universum noch zu retten?
It Is of Course Perfectly Natural
It Is of Course Well-Known
It's Perhaps No Wonder That in Douglas's World
It Tastes Filthy
It Was Extraordinary, You Just Knew It Was Special
j) Keeping Up With the Joneses
Journey's End (Journey of the Sorcerer)
Judiciary Pag Rules
Just Desserts
k) The Kakapo Parrot
Kakapos on New Zealand
Kaleidoscope (BBC Radio 4, 1980-01-21)
Kamikaze Sketch, The
Kampf um das Leben, das Universum und den ganzen Rest, Der
Kate's Version
Keine Panik, Teil 1
Keine Panik, Teil 10
Keine Panik, Teil 2
Keine Panik, Teil 3
Keine Panik, Teil 4
Keine Panik, Teil 5
Keine Panik, Teil 6
Keine Panik, Teil 7
Keine Panik, Teil 8
Keine Panik, Teil 9
Komodo via Melbourne
Kondomkauf in Shanghai
Kongress der Mäuse, Der
Krickit-Party, Die
Krikkit Men Awake, The
Krikkit Robots Attack, The
Krikkit War Crimes Trial, The
l) The Lost Hitchhiker Sketch
Labour Saving Devices
Lachs im Zweifel zum letzten Mal per Anhalter durch die Galaxis
Lallafa and the Leaves
lange donkere theetijd van de ziel, De
lange dunkle Fünfuhrtee der Seele, Der
Last chance to see ...
Learning to Fly
Leben, das Universum und der ganze Rest, Das
Let Them Have Their Fun
Letzten ihrer Art eine Reise zu den aussterbenden Tieren unserer Erde, Die
letztes Mal: Das "Prinzip Zaire", Ein
leven, het heelal en de rest, Het
Life: Brandenburg 5
Life: Eagle and Boy's World Magazine
Life: For Children Only
Life: Hangover Cures
Life: Interview With Virgin Airlines
Life: Intro for Comic Books Number 1
Life: Introductory Remarks, Procol Harum at the Barbican
Life Is Terribly Unfair
Life: Maggie and Trudie
Life: My Favourite Tipples
Life: My Nose
Life: Radio Script (intro)
Life: Riding the Rays
Life: Shorts
Life: Sunset at Blandings
Life: Tea
Life: The Book That Changed Me
Life: The Dream Team
Life: The Meaning of Liff
Life: The Rhino Climb
Life: The Rules
Life, the universe and everthing
Life, the universe, and everything
Life: The Voices of All Our Yesterdays
Life: Unfinished Business of the Century
Life: Y
Liftarens guide till galaxen
Light Entertainment
Livet, universum och allting : liftarens guide till galaxen 3
Living Are All the Same, The
Logical Positivism Avenue Sketch
Long Ago, Far Away
Long dark tea-time of the soul ; Dirk Gently's holistic detective agency
long dark tea-time of the soul, The
Long Distance Call
Longest Party, The
Loose Change
Lord’s Cricket Ground
Losos pochyb
Łosoś zwątpienia : autostopem przez Galaktykę po raz ostatni
Lost Property
Love at First Groan
Low Spirits
Lucky Heather
Lurking Fridge, A
m) Music, Part 1
Macht’s gut, und danke für den Fisch
Mädchen und der Wal, Das
Madsens ÆØÅ : ordbog over ting, som der sjovt nok endnu ikke findes ord for
Major Problem, The
Man From Porlock, The
Mañana no estarán : en busca de las más variopintas especies de animales al borde de la extinción
Many Stories Were Told
"Mao Soleum", Das
Marvin and the Car Park
Marvin and the Machine
Marvin Rotating
Marvin’s Depressing Tale
Marvin’s Last Journey
Mattress Globbering
Meal at Milliways, A
Meaning of Liff / Music, Part 2 / n) News Huddlines, The
Meanwhile, a Freak Worm-Hole Opens Up
Menschenaffen: Unsere engsten Verwandten
Messiah, The
Micturations of a Vogon
Mind of a Bowl of Petunias, The
Mit Mr. Ho auf dem Yangtse-Fluss
Modern Elevators Are Strange and Complex Entities
Modeschmuck aus Horn und Moskitoangriff in der Nacht
Moment You’ve All Been Waiting For, The
More Bad News
more than complete hitchhiker's guide, The : complete & unabridged
More Than Twenty Years After Douglas Was First...
Most Important Being in the Entire Universe, The
Most Worthwhile Thing in Ford’s Possession, The
Mostly harmless
Mother and Son Disunion
Mr Elwes
Multidimensional Infinity
Murara, Serundori und die beiden "Letten"
Murray Bost Henson
Nanking: Praktische Experiment
Needy Cause, A
Nerve Rackingly Enough
New Challenge, A
New Noise, The
New Powers
Night Is Falling
Nilpferd im Schlafzimmer und Storcheneier in der Luft, Ein
No Food
No Witnesses
Nobby's Pawn Shop
None at All
North Sea, The
Nosy Neighbour
Not a Pleasant Sight, Even for Other Vogons
Novelties
Now Wash Your Hands Please
Number 42
Nurse Sally Mills
o) Oh No It Isn't: Signalman Pritchard / p) Publishing
Odin Rolls Up
Odin Senses
Old Man Up the Pole
Old Pink Dog, The
Old Thrashbarg Propitiates
On Improbability Drive
On the Job Training
On This Particular Thursday
One Momentary Glimpse
One of Our Heroes Sustains a Slight Bruise
Origin of the Species
original Hitchhiker radio scripts, The
Ostatnia okazja, by ujrzeć
Our Planet Was Doomed
Out to Lunch
Pan Galactic Crisis
Parcel Arrives, A
Part 001
Part 002
Part 003
Part 004
Part 005
Part 006
Part 007
Part 008
Part 009
Part 01
Part 010
Part 011
Part 012
Part 013
Part 014
Part 015
Part 016
Part 017
Part 018
Part 019
Part 02
Part 020
Part 021
Part 022
Part 023
Part 024
Part 025
Part 026
Part 027
Part 028
Part 029
Part 03
Part 030
Part 031
Part 032
Part 033
Part 034
Part 035
Part 036
Part 037
Part 038
Part 039
Part 04
Part 040
Part 041
Part 042
Part 043
Part 044
Part 045
Part 046
Part 047
Part 048
Part 049
Part 05
Part 050
Part 051
Part 052
Part 053
Part 054
Part 055
Part 056
Part 057
Part 058
Part 059
Part 06
Part 060
Part 061
Part 062
Part 063
Part 064
Part 065
Part 066
Part 067
Part 068
Part 069
Part 07
Part 070
Part 071
Part 072
Part 073
Part 074
Part 075
Part 076
Part 077
Part 078
Part 079
Part 08
Part 080
Part 081
Part 082
Part 083
Part 084
Part 085
Part 086
Part 087
Part 088
Part 089
Part 09
Part 090
Part 091
Part 092
Part 093
Part 094
Part 095
Part 096
Part 097
Part 098
Part 099
Part 1
Part 10
Part 100
Part 101
Part 102
Part 103
Part 104
Part 105
Part 106
Part 107
Part 108
Part 109
Part 11
Part 110
Part 111
Part 112
Part 113
Part 114
Part 115
Part 116
Part 117
Part 118
Part 119
Part 12
Part 120
Part 121
Part 122
Part 123
Part 124
Part 125
Part 126
Part 127
Part 128
Part 129
Part 13
Part 130
Part 131
Part 132
Part 133
Part 134
Part 14
Part 15
Part 16
Part 17
Part 18
Part 19
Part 2
Part 20
Part 21
Part 22
Part 23
Part 24
Part 25
Part 26
Part 27
Part 28
Part 29
Part 3
Part 30
Part 31
Part 32
Part 33
Part 34
Part 35
Part 36
Part 37
Part 38
Part 39
Part 4
Part 40
Part 41
Part 42
Part 43
Part 44
Part 45
Part 46
Part 47
Part 48
Part 49
Part 5
Part 50
Part 51
Part 52
Part 53
Part 54
Part 55
Part 56
Part 57
Part 58
Part 59
Part 6
Part 60
Part 61
Part 62
Part 63
Part 64
Part 65
Part 66
Part 67
Part 7
Part 8
Part2
pathologisch Ungewöhnliche an Fenchurch, Das
People of Earth, Your Attention Please
Per Anhalter durch die Galaxis alle 5 Romane in einem Band!
Per Anhalter durch die Galaxis: Das Restaurant am Ende des Universums
Per Anhalter ins All
Perfectly Normal Ride, A
Performing
Perhaps We Could Wave Your Towel
Perhaps We Died
Philadeeleya Soundscapers
Philosophers
Pink Planet
Place Is Full of Sarcophagi, The
Planet in the Way, A
Planet Krikkit, The
Platz des "Himmlischen Friedens", Der
Plot of the Programme Was Basic Enough, The
Poetic Circles
Porters' Lodge
Possession
Pot of Tea, A
Prak
Prelude
Převážně neškodná
Probability Arc, The
Problems of Real Life, The
Prolog
Prologue: "Anything that happens, happens." / Chapter 1: "The history of the Galaxy has got a little muddled, ..."
Prologue (continued): “In many of the more relaxed civilizations on the Outer Eastern Rim of the Galaxy, …” / Chapter 1: “The house stood on a slight rise just on the edge of the village.”
Prologue: "Far out in the uncharted backwaters of the unfashionable end of the western spiral arm of the Galaxy lies a small unregarded yellow sun." / Chapter 1: "That evening it was dark early, which was normal for the time of year."
Prologue: “There is a theory which states that if ever anyone discovers exactly what the Universe is for…” / Chapter 1: “The story so far.”
Prophets and Losses
Prospect of Death, The
Przewodnik "Autostopem przez galaktykę"
Pussy Want His Fish?
Putting the Universe to Rights
q) Quiz Shows
Q Scores 10
Quick Dip, A
Quiet Social Get Together, A
r) The Rodrigues Fruit Bat
Radio Alarm
Rain Type 232
rasende Klang der Fahrradklingel, Der
Rasierwasser für die bevölkerungsreichste Nation
Ratchet Screwdriver Fruit, The
Raumschiff Titanic
Reality Is on the Blink Again
Recorded Evidence
Recording Dolphins
Red Lion, The
Reg Nullify in Concert
Reg's Rooms
Regent’s Park
Remarkable Effect on the Universe, A
restauracja na końcu wszechświata
restaurant aan het eind van het heelal, Het
restaurant aan het einde van het heelal, Het
Restaurant am Ende des Universums, Das
Restaurant at the End of the Universe Is a Truly..., The
Restaurant na konci vesmíru
Restaurant, Teil 1, Das
Restaurant, Teil 2, Das
Restaurant, Teil 3, Das
Restaurant, Teil 4, Das
Restaurant, Teil 5, Das
Restaurant, Teil 6, Das
Restaurant, Teil 7, Das
Restaurant, Teil 8, Das
restaurante del fin del mundo, El
restaurante no fim do universo, O
Return of the Rain God
Return to Lord’s
Reunion
Reverse Temporal Engineering
Rich Tea
Richard's New Job
Robot Restaurant
Roboter und Doppelkopf, Teil 1
Roboter und Doppelkopf, Teil 2
Roboter und Doppelkopf, Teil 3
Roboter und Doppelkopf, Teil 4
Roboter und Doppelkopf, Teil 5
Roboter und Doppelkopf, Teil 6
Roboter und Doppelkopf, Teil 7
Rooftop Stakeout
Room Service
routard galactique, Le
Rupert Rises
RW6
s) Science
Salmon of Doubt: Chapter 1, The
Salmon of Doubt: Chapter 10, The
Salmon of Doubt: Chapter 2, The
Salmon of Doubt: Chapter 3, The
Salmon of Doubt: Chapter 4, The
Salmon of Doubt: Chapter 5, The
Salmon of Doubt: Chapter 6, The
Salmon of Doubt: Chapter 7, The
Salmon of Doubt: Chapter 8, The
Salmon of Doubt: Chapter 9, The
Salmon of Doubt: Excerpts From an Interview With the Daily Nexus, The
Salmon of Doubt: Fax, The
salmon of doubt, The : hitchhiking the galaxy one last time
Sanctuus Equus
Sandwichmaker, The
Schluss mit der Erde, Teil 1
Schluss mit der Erde, Teil 2
Schluss mit der Erde, Teil 3
Schluss mit der Erde, Teil 4
Schluss mit der Erde, Teil 5
Schluss mit der Erde, Teil 6
Schluss mit der Erde, Teil 7
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Science fiction writers : ten writers of science fiction talk about their art: Douglas Adams, Brian Aldiss, Isaac Asimov, J.G. Ballard, Ray Bradbury, Arthur C. Clarke, Ursula K. Le Guin, Doris Lessing, Michael Moorcock, Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.
Second and Final Series Ended, The
Seeing Is Believing
Select Your Own Re-Entry Point
Sense of Mystery and Wonder, A
Seven-And-a-Half Million Years Later
Several Hours Later
Share and Enjoy
Sharp's Flat
Shoe Event Horizon, The
Shoot Off
Short History of the Earth, A
Showdown
Shrinking Violent
Silastic Armorfiends
Simple Solution
Six Characters In Search of an Answer (BBC Radio 4, 2002-07-09)
Six Pints of Bitter
Slimy Things
Smelly Photocopier Woman
So long, and thanks for all th fish
So long, and thanks for all the fish
So Near, Sofa
So Really I Wanted to Try and Make the Sort of Things...
So Sorry Mama
So There You Have It
Sofa auf Lord's Cricket Ground, Das
Some Form of Explanation
Some Kind of Cave
Somebody Else’s Problem
Someone Else's Gain
Someone's Loss
Something Nasty
Song of the Mindless Jerks
Souvenir Offer, A
Sperm Whale Had Suddenly Been Called, A
Spread a Little Happiness
St Cedd's
St Thomas's Hospital
Stampede
Starship Titanic
Starships of Legend
Sticky Moments
Still Raining, Still Dreaming
Stopařův průvodce Galaxií.
Stopařův průvodce Vesmírem
Story So Far: Douglas Adams, a Perfectly..., The
Strange Coincidence, A
Street Lights
Stuck on a Ledge
Sunset at Blandings
Susan's Visitor
Svlad's Story
Switching Tracks
t) Technology
Taking a Leap
Tango am Ende der Welt, Ein
Taunton Road, The
Teamwork
Tedags för dystra själar
Telephony
Tell Us Why
Terminal Five
Terminal, The
Terrifying Truth, The
Thanks for the Ride, Guys
That Which Survives
There Is a Theory
There Must Be Some Way
These Early Beginnings, and Early Shoulder-Rubbings
think I'm quite good at..., I
This Is Really Spooky
This Is the Story
This Is Utterly Ludicrous
Thor Loses It
Thor's Plight
Thor's Return
Threads Draw Together, The
Ticket Number 37
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Time Travel
To Mark the Twentieth Anniversary Of...
Tomorrow's world (Television program)730 0
Tot ziens en bedankt voor de vis
Total Perspective Vortex
transgalactisch lifters handboek
transgalactisch liftershandboek, Het
Transgalactisch liftershandboek, 't
Tricia Dines on Rupert
Tricia McMillion Billion Trillian
Trillian Also Effected a Fortuitous Escape
Trillian Puts a Case
Trillian’s Homework
Trillian’s Little Surprise
Tsuliwaensis
Twig Technology
Two Earth Survivors, The
Two for the Message
Two Million Years Backwards in Time
Uchū kuriketto daisensō
Uchū no hate no resutoran
UFO
ultimate hitch hiker's guide to the galaxy
ultimate hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy, The
Ultimate Question, The
Unearthly Voice Came, An
Unease by the Sea
Unexpected Delivery
Ungewöhnliche an Fenchurch, Das
Universe: Build It and We Will Come, The
Universe Continued Unabated, The
Universe: Cookies, The
Universe: Frank the Vandal, The
Universe: Interview With American Atheists, The
Universe: Is There an Artificial God?, The
Universe: Little Dongly Things, The
Universe: Predicting the Future, The
Universe: The Little Computer That Could, The
Universe: Time Travel, The
Universe: Turncoat, The
Universe: What Have We Got to Lose?, The
Updated Guide, An
Upstairs at Anstey's
Urgent News
Ursa Minor Beta Air Traffic Control
Vagrant Advice
Valkyries Appear, The
Vann Harl
verbarrikadierte Wahrheit, Die
Verschwinden der Delphine, Das
Vesmírná loď Titanic
vida, el universo y todo lo demás, La
Vie, l'univers et le reste, La
Vodič kroz galaksiju za autostopere
Vogon Constructor Fleets
Vogon Court of Inquiry
Vogon Fleet on Our Tail, A
Vogon Poetry
Voor het te laat is : een expeditieverhaal
Vortex Derives Its Picture, The
Vortex Is Ready for You Now, The
w) Doctor Who
W zasadzie niegroźna
Was ist mit Fenny
Waveband on the Run
We Started to Think of People That We Might Cast
We’ve Got You Covered
We’ve Made a Discovery
Wealth Counselling
Wednesday Week
weise Irre und die Botschaft, Der
Welcome to Lunch, Earth Creature
Whale Song No. 1
Whale Song No. 2
What an Extraordinary Book
What Does the Future Hold?
What the Devil’s That?
When Do Hedgehogs Stop Hibernating?
When the Series Began, Very Few People...
Where Are We Going?
Who Are You?
Who You Get to Do It
Wikkit Gate, The
Wise Old Bird, The
With so many intellectual manoeuvres going on
Wonko the Sane
World at One, The
Worlds Collide
Wowbagger
x) Extra-Terrestrial Life
Xanadu
Xaxisian Robot Ship
y) Yangtze River Dolphin
Yore Kind of Music
You All Get It in the Neck
You Can’t Control It
You’d Better Keep Your Head Screwed On
You’ve Got to Build Bypasses
Young Zaphod plays it safe
Your Very Lives in Your Hands
z) Zoology
Zaphod Bales Out
Zaphod Delivers a Pizza
Zaphod’s Sneaky Visitors
Zaphod the Intrepid
Zarniwoop
Zeit der Geräusche mit der "World Famous Peace Hotel Band", Die
Život, vesmír a vůbec
Zwei und Vierzig, Teil 1
Zwei und Vierzig, Teil 2
Zwei und Vierzig, Teil 3
Zwei und Vierzig, Teil 4
Zwei und Vierzig, Teil 5
Zwei und Vierzig, Teil 6
Zwei und Vierzig, Teil 7
Życie, wszechświat i cała reszta
החיים, היקום וכל השאר
היו שלום, ותודה על הדגים
המסעדה שבסוף היקום
לא מזיק ברבו
לא מזיק ברובו
שעת התה הארכה והאפלה של הנפש
ほとんど無害
宇宙クリケット大戦争
宇宙の果てのレストラン
銀河ヒッチハイク・ガイド
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Abspann
Ansage
Arrival at Nano
Arthur Blinked at It
Arthur Looked Round the Nervous Faces
As Ford Gazed at the Spectacle of Light
Asgard
At the Restaurant
At the Top of the Cliff
Avenues of Pleasure
Back in Club Beta
Baggy the Runch
Barzoo
Bent Stick
Big Fight, Round One, The
Big Fight, Round Two, The
Blöde Bombe
Bombe entschärft und frisch lackiert!
Büffelbürz!! Büffelbüüüüüüüz!!!
Buruschaski oder Kauderwelsch
By a Curious Coincedence
By the Book
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Chapter 1
Chapter 1: The House Stood on a Slight Rise
Chapter 10
Chapter 10, Part 1
Chapter 10, Part 2
Chapter 10: The Infinite Improbability Drive
Chapter 10a
Chapter 10b
Chapter 10c
Chapter 10d
Chapter 11
Chapter 11 / Chapter 12, Part 1
Chapter 11: The Improbability-Proof Control Cabin
Chapter 11a
Chapter 11b
Chapter 11c
Chapter 12
Chapter 12, Part 2
Chapter 12, Part 3 / Chapter 13
Chapter 12: A Loud Clatter of Gunk Music
Chapter 12a
Chapter 12b
Chapter 12c
Chapter 12d
Chapter 12e
Chapter 12f
Chapter 12g
Chapter 13
Chapter 13: Marvin Trudged On
Chapter 13a
Chapter 13b
Chapter 13c
Chapter 13d
Chapter 13e
Chapter 13f
Chapter 13g
Chapter 14
Chapter 14: The Heart of Gold Fled On
Chapter 14a
Chapter 14b
Chapter 15
Chapter 15: Excerpt From the Hitchhiker's Guide
Chapter 15a
Chapter 15b
Chapter 15c
Chapter 15d
Chapter 15e
Chapter 15f
Chapter 15g
Chapter 16
Chapter 16, Part 1
Chapter 16, Part 2
Chapter 16, Part 3
Chapter 16: Arthur Awoke to the Sound
Chapter 16a
Chapter 16b
Chapter 16c
Chapter 16d
Chapter 16e
Chapter 16f
Chapter 16g
Chapter 16h
Chapter 16i
Chapter 17
Chapter 17, Part 1
Chapter 17, Part 2
Chapter 17, Part 3
Chapter 17, Part 4
Chapter 17, Part 5
Chapter 17: After a Fairly Shaky Start
Chapter 17a
Chapter 17b
Chapter 17c
Chapter 17d
Chapter 17e
Chapter 17f
Chapter 18
Chapter 18, Part 1
Chapter 18, Part 2
Chapter 18, Part 3 / Chapter 19
Chapter 18: And The Next Thing That Happened
Chapter 18a
Chapter 18b
Chapter 18c
Chapter 18d
Chapter 18e
Chapter 19
Chapter 19: Are We Taking This Robot
Chapter 1a
Chapter 1b
Chapter 1c
Chapter 2
Chapter 2, Part 1
Chapter 2, Part 2
Chapter 2: Here's What the Encyclopedia Galactica
Chapter 20
Chapter 20, Part 1
Chapter 20, Part 2 / Chapter 21, Part 1
Chapter 20: Five Figures Wandered Slowly
Chapter 20a
Chapter 20b
Chapter 20c
Chapter 20d
Chapter 20e
Chapter 21
Chapter 21, Part 2
Chapter 21, Part 3
Chapter 21: On The Surface Of Magrathea
Chapter 21a
Chapter 21b
Chapter 21c
Chapter 21d
Chapter 21e
Chapter 21f
Chapter 22
Chapter 22: He Was Standing With His Back
Chapter 22a
Chapter 22b
Chapter 22c
Chapter 22d
Chapter 23
Chapter 23: It Is An Important And Popular
Chapter 24
Chapter 24, Part 1
Chapter 24, Part 2
Chapter 24, Part 3
Chapter 24: Silently The Air Car Coasted
Chapter 24a
Chapter 24b
Chapter 25
Chapter 25 / Chapter 26, Part 1
Chapter 25: There Were Of Course Many Problems
Chapter 25a
Chapter 25b
Chapter 25c
Chapter 26
Chapter 26, Part 2 / Chapter 27 / Chapter 28
Chapter 26: Yes Very Salutary Said Arthur
Chapter 26a
Chapter 26b
Chapter 27
Chapter 27: Slartibartfast's Study Was A Total Mess
Chapter 28
Chapter 28: It Was A Long Long Time
Chapter 29
Chapter 29, Part 1
Chapter 29, Part 2
Chapter 29, Part 3
Chapter 29: Zaphod Wake Up
Chapter 29a
Chapter 29b
Chapter 2a
Chapter 2b
Chapter 2c
Chapter 2d
Chapter 2e
Chapter 2f
Chapter 2g
Chapter 2h
Chapter 2i
Chapter 3
Chapter 3, Part 1
Chapter 3, Part 2
Chapter 3, Part 3
Chapter 3, Part 4
Chapter 3: On This Particular Thursday
Chapter 30
Chapter 30, Part 1
Chapter 30, Part 2
Chapter 30: So There You Have It
Chapter 31
Chapter 31: It Is Of Course Well Known
Chapter 31a
Chapter 31b
Chapter 31c
Chapter 32
Chapter 32, Part 1
Chapter 32, Part 2
Chapter 32, Part 3
Chapter 32, Part 4
Chapter 32: Emergency Emergency
Chapter 32a
Chapter 32b
Chapter 32c
Chapter 32d
Chapter 33
Chapter 33, Part 1
Chapter 33, Part 2
Chapter 33, Part 3
Chapter 33: But The End Never Came
Chapter 33a
Chapter 33b
Chapter 34
Chapter 34: The Air Car Rocketed Them
Chapter 34a
Chapter 34b
Chapter 34c
Chapter 34d
Chapter 34e
Chapter 34f
Chapter 34g
Chapter 35
Chapter 35: That Night As The Heart Of Gold
Chapter 35a
Chapter 35b
Chapter 36
Chapter 37
Chapter 38a
Chapter 38b
Chapter 39
Chapter 3a
Chapter 3b
Chapter 3c
Chapter 3d
Chapter 3e
Chapter 3f
Chapter 3g
Chapter 3h
Chapter 3i
Chapter 4
Chapter 4 / Chapter 5, Part 1
Chapter 4: Far Away on the Opposite
Chapter 40a
Chapter 40b
Chapter 40c
Chapter 4a
Chapter 4b
Chapter 5
Chapter 5, Part 2
Chapter 5: Prostetnic Vogon Jeltz
Chapter 5a
Chapter 5b
Chapter 5c
Chapter 5d
Chapter 5e
Chapter 5f
Chapter 6
Chapter 6, Part 1
Chapter 6, Part 2
Chapter 6, Part 3
Chapter 6: Howl Howl Gargle
Chapter 6a
Chapter 6b
Chapter 6c
Chapter 6d
Chapter 6e
Chapter 6f
Chapter 6g
Chapter 7
Chapter 7: Vogon Poetry Is of Course
Chapter 7a
Chapter 7b
Chapter 7c
Chapter 7d
Chapter 8
Chapter 8: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Chapter 8a
Chapter 8b
Chapter 8c
Chapter 8d
Chapter 8e
Chapter 8f
Chapter 9
Chapter 9, Part 1
Chapter 9, Part 2
Chapter 9: A Computer Chatted to Itself
Chapter 9a
Chapter 9b
Chapter 9c
Chapter 9d
Chapter 9e
Chapter 9f
Chapter 9g
Complete Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: The Trilogy of Five, The
Cong Militia, The
Constant Mown
Constant Revelation, A
Consultant, The
Dans Idee hinter den Sternen
Dentrassi, The
Dine-O-Charge
Dolphins in China
Eddewas villeikt nix in Ordnunk
Einmal Rupert und zurück
elektrische Mönch, Der
Encyclopedia Galactica Defines a Robot, The
Epilogue
Episode 1
Episode 1 (extended)
Episode 2
Episode 3
Episode 4
Episode 5
Episode 6
Es stürzte das Mädel ihm auf den Schädel
Fertle
Final Call, A
Ford Hits a Snag
Ford Stared at Arthur
Ford's Plan
Gefangen in der Super Galactic Traveller Class
Great Cheese, The
Guide Mark II, The
He Experienced A Moment's Panic
He Threw Himself Backward Into a Huge
Heart of Gold, The
Heimdall's Offer
Hel and Modgud
History of Nano, The
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, The
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: Hexagonal Phase, The
Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, The
Holy Relic, A
How to Fly
Human Beings Are Great Adapters
Im Norden der Hoffnung
Improbabilities
Interviewing for a God
Intro
Introduction
It Was of Course More or Less
It Wasn't Infinity In Fact
Jeltz's Pep Talk
Jingle
Job for Thor, A
Kakapo, The
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Kapitel 24, Teil 5
Kapitel 24, Teil 6
Kapitel 25
Kapitel 25, Teil 1
Kapitel 25, Teil 2
Kapitel 25, Teil 3
Kapitel 25, Teil 4
Kapitel 25, Teil 5
Kapitel 25, Teil 6
Kapitel 26
Kapitel 26, Teil 1
Kapitel 26, Teil 2
Kapitel 26, Teil 3
Kapitel 26, Teil 4
Kapitel 26, Teil 5
Kapitel 26, Teil 6
Kapitel 26, Teil 7
Kapitel 27–28
Kapitel 27, Teil 1
Kapitel 27, Teil 2
Kapitel 27, Teil 3
Kapitel 28, Teil 1
Kapitel 28, Teil 2
Kapitel 28, Teil 3
Kapitel 28, Teil 4
Kapitel 28, Teil 5
Kapitel 28, Teil 6
Kapitel 29, Teil 1
Kapitel 29, Teil 2
Kapitel 29, Teil 3
Kapitel 29, Teil 4
Kapitel 3, Teil 1
Kapitel 3, Teil 2
Kapitel 3, Teil 3
Kapitel 3, Teil 4
Kapitel 3, Teil 5
Kapitel 30, Teil 1
Kapitel 30, Teil 2
Kapitel 30, Teil 3
Kapitel 30, Teil 4
Kapitel 30, Teil 5
Kapitel 31
Kapitel 32, Teil 1
Kapitel 32, Teil 2
Kapitel 32, Teil 3
Kapitel 32, Teil 4
Kapitel 32, Teil 5
Kapitel 33
Kapitel 33, Teil 1
Kapitel 33, Teil 2
Kapitel 33, Teil 3
Kapitel 34
Kapitel 35
Kapitel 4 / Kapitel 5, Teil 1
Kapitel 5, Teil 2
Kapitel 6, Teil 1
Kapitel 6, Teil 2
Kapitel 6, Teil 3
Kapitel 6, Teil 4
Kapitel 7
Kapitel 8
Kapitel 9, Teil 1
Kapitel 9, Teil 2
Lachs im Zweifel
lange dunkle Fünfuhrtee der Seele, Der
Last Chance to See
Last Word on God, A
Leben so kurz…, Das
Leben, das Universum und der ganze Rest, Das
Left Brain
Letzten ihrer Art. Eine Reise zu den aussterbenden Tieren unserer Erde, Die
Life, The Universe and Everything
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille, 1. osa
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille, 10. osa
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille, 11. osa
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille, 12. osa
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille, 13. osa
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille, 14. osa
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille, 15. osa
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille, 16. osa
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille, 17. osa
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille, 18. osa
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille, 19. osa
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille, 2. osa
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille, 20. osa
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille, 21. osa
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille, 22. osa
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille, 23. osa
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille, 24. osa
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille, 25. osa
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille, 3. osa
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille, 4. osa
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille, 5. osa
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille, 6. osa
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille, 7. osa
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille, 8. osa
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille, 9. osa
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille: Elämä, maailmankaikkeus – ja kaikki
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille: Elämä, maailmankaikkeus – ja kaikki, levy 1
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille: Elämä, maailmankaikkeus – ja kaikki, levy 2
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille: Elämä, maailmankaikkeus – ja kaikki, levy 3
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille: Enimmäkseen harmiton
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille: Enimmäkseen harmiton, levy 1
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille: Enimmäkseen harmiton, levy 2
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille: Enimmäkseen harmiton, levy 3
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille: Enimmäkseen harmiton, levy 4
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille: Maailmanlopun ravintola
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille: Tarina syystä
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille: Terve, ja kiitos kaloista, levy 1
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille: Terve, ja kiitos kaloista, levy 2
Linnunradan käsikirja liftareille: Terve, ja kiitos kaloista, levy 3
Long, Steel-Lined Corridor, The
Macht’s gut und danke für den Fisch
Marvin and the Frogstar Battle Tank
Meeting the Lemur
Mindestens drei Dormillon‐Tage
Mister L. Prosser Was, as They Say
Most Leading Theologians Claim
Mostly Harmless
Mugging Beauty in a Dark Alley
Natural Forces
Nestling Quietly on Top of the Towel
Nettie in Falten
Nice One, God, Nice One
Nigel hilft weiter
Not Fenchurch
Not the Last Humans
One Day Young Zaphod Here
Opposite End of the Curve, The
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Part 16
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Part 19
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Part 20
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Part 30
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Part 9
Per Anhalter durch die Galaxis
Phouchg Sighed Heavily And Glanced
Planet of the Dolphins, The
Pormwranglers
Prologue
Prostetnic Vogon Jeltz Heaved His Unpleasant
Random House Audio Presents
Random's Interview
Raumschiff Titanic
Restaurant am Ende des Universums, Das
Restaurant at the End of the Universe, The
Room Made of Sky, A
Running Up the Lane
Sapfeldrahtschaum, Dutterpratt, Harzimhutz, Dünsenbrät, Katzitin
Sauber verkantet, Nettie!
Shack, The
Short Air Car Trip, A
simpler Übersetzungsfehler, Ein
Sirius Cybernetics Shipboard Computer, The
Snakes and Other Poisonous Things
So Long, And Thanks For All The Fish
Somewhere in a Small, Dark Cabin
Special Delivery, A
Spectre at the Feast, The
Story So Far, The
Sudden Silence Hit the Earth, A
Suddenly The Air Exploded
Task From Odin, A
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Teleportation Blues, The
Thor's Manager
Those Cows
Traurige Krüstchen
Two Confidence Tricksters
Ultra-Warm Beast, The
Ummm… Said the Guard
Und übrigens noch was…
Visit From Eccentrica, A
Warum der Navigationsoffizier gezwungen war, mit dem Kopf mehrer
Well of Urd, The
What They Completely Failed to Understand
When You're Cruising Down the Road
Wie alles anfing
Wie Kapitän Bollfaß seine Smurv‐Wumme zog
Wie man mit einem Horn einen Schnork so zerstückelt, daß man am
Wie zwei Schnorke in einem Eimer voll Schnorktrunk
Willkommen an Bord
Wo ist Leovinus?
Would Wouldn't You Ford, I
Wowbagger the Infinitely Prolonged
Year of the Blacksmith: The Community Mixtape
You Know, Said Arthur
Zaphod & Trillian
Zaphod Marched Quickly Down The Passageway
Zaphod's Farewell
Zaphod's Last Words
Zaphod's Mission
Zu den Sternen! Die große Science‐Fiction‐Box
Zwei Herzen im Vier‐Drittel‐Takt
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