50 years since it first appeared on our screens, classic puppet show Thunderbirds is making another comeback.
A team of filmmakers are making three new episodes in the style of the originals after raising hundreds of thousands of pounds from an online campaign.
The new 'classic' episodes are based on albums recorded by the original cast in 1960s
From the Himalayas to the Pacific, everything's filmed under one roof.
The team are filming at the exact location - on the Slough Trading Estate - where Gerry and Sylvia Anderson's team produced the hit shows in the 60s.
The techniques might not seem the most sophisticated, but the results speak for themselves...
Watch below to see Thunderbird 1 landing, and how a combination of high-speed filming and practical effects can produce stunning results...
Fans from across the world contributed money to fund the filming.
Puppet maker Barry Davies, from Ferndale, has the job of recreating the stars of the show.
The characters - including the Tracy brothers of International Rescue, Lady Penelope and the villainous Hood - have been faithfully recreated for the episodes.
Gerry Anderson's son Jamie says his late father would have been impressed with the project.
This isn't the first Thunderbirds revival. Only this year, a CGI- enhanced remake launched on ITV.
But for this crew - fans and filmmakers alike - this is their way of paying tribute to the pioneering team behind the show fifty years ago, and their high tech vision of the future.
Watch the full report from Mike Griffiths below: