6751 a.k.a. Supernova is a British comedy television programme produced by Hartswood Films and jointly commissioned by the BBC in the UK and UKTV in Australia. It follows Dr Paul Hamilton, a Welsh astronomer, who leaves a dull academic post and unloved girlfriend for a new job at the Royal Australian Observatory, deep in the Australian outback. The comedy centres on his difficulties adjusting to life in the outback and his eccentric fellow astronomers. The first series was released in the United Kingdom and Australia in October 2005 and consisted of six 30-minute episodes. The second series began airing on 3 August 2006 in the UK.
- begun on and completed on (9 years ago)
- 12 episodes of 40 or 30 minutes each, in 2 seasons
- countries: United Kingdom, Australia
- created by Harry Cripps
- regular cast:
- genres: Sitcom, Miniseries, Comedy, Drama
- some of the awards:
- AACTA Award for Best Performance in a Television Comedy nomination for Peter Kowitz
- AACTA Award for Best Television Comedy Series nomination for David Taylor & David Maher
- ASTRA Awards for Most Outstanding Australian Drama
- ASTRA Awards for Most Outstanding Performance by an Actor - Male nomination for Rob Brydon
- ASTRA Awards for Most Outstanding Use of Technology nomination for BBC UKTV
- ASTRA Awards for Most Outstanding Performance by an Actor - Female nomination for Kat Stewart
"6751" a.k.a. "Cradle of the Sun" is a book by Brian Stableford.
- genre: Speculative fiction
- copyright: 1969
6751 a.k.a. New York: Hyperion Books for Children, Michael Di Capua Books is a publisher.
6751 is a Postal Code.
6751 a.k.a. somatostatin receptor 1 is a gene.
- also known as G-protein coupled receptor
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