A review of two radical works of television science fiction: World on a Wire (1973), Rainer Werner Fassbinder's bleak exploration of reality and technological simulation, which is comparable to the fiction of Philip K. Dick; and Artemis 81 (1981), dramatist David Rudkin's eerie, expressionist Heideggerian fantasy.

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