Global Conspiracy? was a tongue-in-cheek minisode, where an investigative reporter interviewed people about the events of the television story The Green Death.
Despite its apparently parodic nature, it introduced the concept of BOSS and Stevens having survived the events of The Green Death, something which has been concurred by other stories, meaning this does indeed appear to be valid.
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- Terry Scanlon - Mark Gatiss
- Elgin - Tony Adams
- Professor Clifford Jones - Stewart Bevan
- Talfryn - Roy Evans
- Gary Talbot - Ian Hallard
- Janet Evans - Julia Dalkin
- Sir Alec Douglas-Hodge - Jonathan Rigby
- Evan Evans - David Rees Talbot
- Hopkins the Security - Alexander Kirk
- Jocelyn Stevens - Jerome Willis
- The Voice of Boss - John Dearth
- Make-Up - Amy Noble
- Costumes - Liza Betts
- Graphic Designer - Steve Broster
- Sound Recordist - Mark Ayres
- Dubbing Mixer - Andy Freeth
- Colourist - Tim Savage
- Digital Effects - Ian Simpson
- Written & Produced by Mark Gatiss
- Produced & Directed by Paul Vanezis
- Llanfairfach is twinned with Mortverte, France, and Grunertod, Germany—both of which translate to "Green Death" in English.
- A report by Sarah Jane Smith entitled "Green Man Horror" was published by the Newport Echo after Gordon Williams found toxic waste in his drain. Another article reads, "Packer Dies! Horribly!!"
- A top secret file from UNIT, dated 17 June 1973, about the "Llanfairfach Incident", which was a level three incident, has been made public. The document mentions Clifford Jones, Brigadier Alistair Lethbridge-Stewart, Josephine Grant and UNIT's mysterious scientific adviser, Dr John Smith.
- Terry brings up the marriage of Cliff Jones and Jo Grant.
- Cliff Jones is now chairman of Nuthutch Foods, which he says he developed in the 1980s, and which produces vegetarian meat-free products under the label Nuthutch.
- Eventually Clive and Jo drifted apart due to a "blue crystal".
- Jocelyn Stevens is now Director-General of the BBC.
Story notes Edit
- Towards the end of the events, Mark Elgin had appendix problems, and so was at the Newport General Hospital at the incident's culmination. In the real world, Mark's actor, Tony Adams, was also in fact ill and in hospital before the filming of episode five, so he had to be replaced with a new character called James.
- Terry references "lizard men in string vests attacking sea forts" as "just another season story". (TV: The Sea Devils)
- Clive says that he and Jo drifted apart due to a "blue crystal". (TV: The Green Death, Planet of the Spiders)
Home video releases Edit
The story was included on the 2004 DVD release of The Green Death.