Few television dramas in recent years have made such an impact with critics and fans alike as BBC One's award-winning Life on Mars. There's been nothing else like it, with its 1970s setting and its unique blend of crime, science fiction, mystery and humour - plus of course the compelling human drama of its ever-present question: will Sam make it home?

Where volume one of THE OFFICIAL COMPANION explored in detail the genesis and making of the show, volume two takes the story of this ground-breaking series to its conclusion with a range of features from views on how it ended to the making of a legend in the character of Gene Hunt. Illustrated with hundreds of on-set photos and drawings, its witty, incisive text and sublime design, with just enough of a nod to seventies style, combine to provide the ultimate viewers' guide.

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"Life on Mars" 2: Volume two