Solar will return for a one off special on the 7th May. The code name for the comeback is "no-one has the right not to be offended".
All will be announced over the coming days as to what the fuck is actually going to happen, but it will involve nation-wide on location broadcasting and interviews with some of the countries most recognisable faces.
Solar Island , The BBC and Ofcom invite you to tune in to this very special broadcast next Thursday on subcity.org
As a measure to ensure their coverage of the election results is balanced and meets Ofcom requirements, the BBC have commissioned the UK's finest slackers Solar Island to produce an complementary broadcast to run alongside their mainstream results coverage.
At great expense to the license fee payer the Solar Island team are being given access to the BBC's nationwide network of journalists, news teams and audio feeds to ensure they can bring you al of the results as they happen. Shaun fae Solar and Boaby Digital have also been working with the BBC radiophonic workshop to create the worlds first audio swingometer and virtualised aural parliament.
You can expect live reports from both Solar's own contributors from across the globe as well as special Solar only versions of reports and interviews from BBC studios across the country.
In addition to all of this the Rector of Glasgow University Charles Kennedy and the GURFC have insisted on a drinking game. The rules are currently simple but will no doubt change: For every Labour gain a shot of something red, for a Lib-Dem gain something orange, for a tory gain something which will leave a bad taste in the mouth and just so Alex Salmond doesn't sue, for an SNP gain down a shot of Irn-Bru + Whiskey + Haggis + Tartan + Sean Connery. A bonus shot of Viagra should be taken if Margaret Thatcher appears on screen on the BBC at any time.
See you there, love Solar x
Highlights of this 4 hour broadcast are available to download and listen to in the form of a 28 minute mp3:00:00 - 04:00