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Around 1970, the British and American governments receive incontrovertible evidence that aliens exist and are abducting humans. In cooperation with the United Nations, they set up a secret worldwide organization, SHADO (Supreme Headquarters Alien Defence Organisation). By the 1980's SHADO is up and running with resources and equipment under the seas, in the air, on land, in orbit and on the Moon. SHADO's purpose is to stop the alien incursions and find out what they are doing with the humans they abduct.
 
The home base of SHADO is England, in headquarters beneath Harlington-Straker Studios, a working motion picture studio constructed purely as a cover for SHADO. The uppermost echelon of SHADO is made up of a commander and several colonels.
 
Commander Ed Straker - SHADO's commander in chief was involved in the UFO program even before SHADO was formed. Formerly a USAF colonel, he sacrificed ten years of his life to get SHADO up and running. His cover is as chief executive of Harlington-Straker Studios.
 
Colonel Alec Freeman - A friend of Straker from military service. When SHADO was first approved, Freeman became its first recruit on Straker's recommendation.
 
Colonel Paul Foster - A test pilot who was nearly killed in a UFO incident, Foster impressed Straker with his resourcefulness, tenacity and unwillingness to accept anything but the truth.
 
Colonel Virginia Lake - When Colonel Freeman leaves, his position is taken by this brilliant and beautiful systems designer and technician
 
The series was actually filmed in two blocks of episodes months apart because the original studio it was filmed in closed down. By the time production restarted, some of the cast was no longer available. Others had left soon after the series began either to avoid typecasting or because of dissatisfaction with very short-term contracts
 
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