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Cult Times #75, December 2001 Cult Times #75, December 2001
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Stargate SG-1 – Can we get a straight answer from Richard Dean Anderson? Will he discuss Michael Shanks' departure? Find out… Andromeda – Another big star as Kevin Sorbo returns to talk about progress on Season 2 and what's coming up. Dark Angel – Zack, aka William Gregory Lee, on his recurring Season 1 role and why he may yet return. Plus, Jennifer Blanc (Kendra) on her half-season. Seven Days / seaQuest – Don Franklin chats about his six seasons on two separate genre shows. The Outer Limits – With the anthology's 7th year imminent, producer James Crocker examines the show's evolution. Xena: Warrior Princess – As the warrior maiden's farewell arrives on Sky 1, we consider the pros and cons of Friend in Need. Plus Instant Guide to Rex the Runt, Times Past on Randall and Hopkirk vs. Urban Gothic, File Under… on Roswell's 4-part Hybrid Chronicles.
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Cult Times #74, November 2001 Cult Times #74, November 2001
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LEXX – We grill the cast about their final, Earth-set season of wackiness, and ask: why would seeing it backwards help? Farscape – Producer/writers Richard Manning and David Kemper on third season plans and shaking up the cast. Mutant X – John Shea, one-time Lex Luthor, shifts to heroism in Sky 1's autumn addition. Randall and Hopkirk – Gareth Roberts on moving from Doctor Who novels to undead scripts. Urban Gothic – As Channel 5's bloodthirsty Horror show returns, we go on set. Plus – Instant Guide: Now and Again, the story of a family man killed by a train whose brain lives on in a secret agent. Times Past – a second look at Andromeda: how far has it progressed? File Under... The Invisible Man (2000)'s pilot episode goes under the microscope. Guest List – Michele Morand on pregnancy in Andromeda and Kari Matchett on disguises in Earth: Final Conflict.
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Cult Times #73, October 2001 Cult Times #73, October 2001
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Farscape – Virginia Hey (Zhaan) on her exit from the series and why it's great to have a sensual bonk. Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) – Reeves, Mortimer, Emilia Fox, Tom Baker, Gareth Roberts and Charlie Higson on what to expect in Season 2… shrinking shoes, anyone?. Stargate SG-1 – Brad Wright tours us through the opening few episodes of Stargate's fifth season. Star Trek – What lessons can producers of the latest Enterprise learn from the past four Trek series? Roswell – with changes afoot in the 3rd season; we preview what UK viewers can expect. Plus Times Past gives a thumbs up to Farscape, Instant Guide to Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons, Out of the Box – Essential info for October viewing and releases, File Under… on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine's finale, and an SG-1 double bill on The Guest List, with Jacqueline Samuda and Dion Johnstone.
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Cult Times #72, September 2001 Cult Times #72, September 2001
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Roswell – Co-creator Jason Katims on New Mexico's alien royalty and Roswell's future. Buffy & Angel – In the UK for a convention, Joss Whedon talks about his ever-popular creations. Rex the Runt – a look at this wondrous Aardman Animation along with Steve Box, the man behind goofy Vince. Farscape – Gigi Edgley, in the throes of the third year's finale, on playing randy ruffian Chiana. What's New – Our annual look at the new season of Cult TV coming to the US. Cleopatra 2525 – Gina Torres stops battling Bailies to talk about feisty freedom fighter Hel. Psi Factor – Changing fortunes for the paranormal team's 3rd year. Times Past & Instant Guide on Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy. File Under – Millennium's 3rd season finally hits the UK: how was the Season 2 cliffhanger resolved? Guest List – X-Files scientist Joseph Fuqua and Doctor Who robot man Burt Kwouk.
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Cult Times #71, August 2001 Cult Times #71, August 2001
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Voyager – After 7 long years we assess its landmark moments against its Trek forebears. Andromeda – Anticipating season 2 we spoke to Kevin Sorbo (Capt. Hunt) about the changes he seeks. LEXX – Finding the crew at London's Battersea Power Station, we just had to investigate. Earth: Final Conflict – If Boone's back for the final year, did the Kincaid years ever eclipse that 1st season? Dune – Ian McNeice (Baron Harkonnen), on the ambitious mini-series from Frank Herbert's novel. Buffy The Vampire Slayer – check in with Robin Sachs, alias popular meddling warlock Ethan Rayne. Plus: File Under… on Doctor Who's City of Death (by Douglas Adams). Times Past on Voyager. Instant Guide to Level 9, plus The Immortal's April Telek on the Guest List.
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Cult Times #70, July 2001 Cult Times #70, July 2001
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LEXX – Xenia Seeberg on the Earthward bound Season 4, where Xev is having more crazy fun than ever. Xena – we preview the treats and tragedies awaiting our beloved Warrior Princess and Gabrielle in their final season. Buffy – Did you see The Gift? Join us in a glorious analysis of this year's Buffy season finale… Plus Surprise/Innocence in this month's File Under. Secret Agent Man – Dina Meyer gives us her take on female lead Agent Holiday from this offbeat new series on digital terrestrial TV. Seven Days – this month's token male interviewee is Norman Lloyd, the veteran actor behind brainbox Isaac Mentnor… plus Times Past on the series' BBC2 debut. Instant Guide – Cleopatra 2525. Guest List – DSN's Max Grodιnchik; Andrew Jackson on First Wave.
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Cult Times #69, June 2001 Cult Times #69, June 2001
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Stargate SG-1 – Amanda Tapping walks us through the home life of Major Carter. Plus: Season Five previewed! The X-Files – Mulder's back (briefly). Frank Spotnitz on the new Scully-Doggett dynamic of Season 8. Star Trek: Voyager – It's been a busy 7 years for Voyager's Harry Kim. Garrett Wang speaks fondly of his time on board. Dark Angel – Jessica Alba, her co-stars and producers on Fox's latest success story. LEXX – We debate the nature of weirdness with security-guard and womanizer Stan, alias Brian Downey. Invisible Man – Idalis DeLeon explains her delight at playing the water-filled mutant Allianora. Plus Instant Guide to Seven Days, Times Past on Roswell's Hybrid Chronicles, File Under… on The Outer Limits' Season 6 premiere.
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Cult Times #68, May 2001 Cult Times #68, May 2001
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The Invisible Man – Vincent Ventresca, the man breathing life into the vanishing secret agent on this great new series. The X-Files – Scully's been won over… Gillian Anderson on her place in the long-running series. Star Trek – Daddy or ships? Voyager's navigator, Robert Duncan McNeill, on family life and the series' imminent end. LEXX – What happens next? Jeffrey Hirschfield, writer and voice of 790, on having some fun with the impending fourth season. Earth: Final Conflict – Leni Parker on what may be her Taelon Da'an's final demise… Plus Instant Guide to Knight Rider (David Hasselhoff and his talking car!), File Under… on the finale of Space: Above and Beyond, Times Past on First Wave, and our full 'Out of the Box' Cult TV listings for May.
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Cult Times #67, April 2001 Cult Times #67, April 2001
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Angel – Will Angel fail in his quest for redemption? We talk to series creators Joss Whedon and David Greenwalt. First Wave – Traci Elizabeth Lords on playing Jordan Radcliffe, and producer Chris Brancato on changing his show. Futurama – what next for Leela and Fry? Writer David X Cohen on reshaping the futuristic animated comedy. Star Trek – How far have the crew come personally? We look at the fortunes of four crew members. PLUS: Charmed – Back to the past with the Halliwell's ancestors in File Under. Instant Guide / Times Past – Wonder Woman: get clued up on Sci-Fi's latest retro acquisition. Earth: Final Conflict – Ramona Milano and former regular Richard Chevolleau on new episode Keys to the Kingdom.
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Cult Times #66, March 2001 Cult Times #66, March 2001
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Earth: Final Conflict – Robert Leeshock answers 20 questions from our readers, grilling the man behind the hybrid Liam Kincaid. Buffy The Vampire Slayer – Vicious killer paired off with dizziest student? James Marsters (Spike) and Mercedes McNab (Harmony) on love after life. Voyager – Robert Picardo on the two-hour Flesh and Blood, which throws his loyalty to Janeway and her crew into doubt. Farscape – Moya's crew are in a bad way after Season 2. We look at what the future holds for Crichton and his amazing alien band. The X-Files – It's all change at the FBI. Mulder's gone missing, and Scully has a new partner. So who's there to keep everyone in line? And who wants to believe?
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Cult Times #65, February 2001 Cult Times #65, February 2001
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The X-Files – a new approach for Season 8: interviews with William B Davis and Robert Patrick (6 pages). Dark Angel – meet Logan Cale (aka Michael Weatherly), cyber-journalist from a desolate future. Roswell – as Season 2 hits the UK, we examine the first four episodes in a photo-feature. Andromeda – join the men fighting for a better future: Tyr, Seamus Harper and Rev Bem (or their alter egos). Star Trek: Voyager – a brief look at the final season's opening episodes. Stargate SG-1 – Michael Shanks examines Daniel Shanks' role after 4 seasons. Plus Instant Guide to Farscape, File Under… on Angel's Sense and Sensitivity, and E:FC's Christina Cox and Jason Cadieux join the Guest List.
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Cult Times #64, January 2001 Cult Times #64, January 2001
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Short Supply

Buffy The Vampire Slayer – and her sister?! As Season 5 gets underway in the UK, we investigate the mysteries posed in the first 4 episodes. Star Trek: Voyager – Kate Mulgrew prepares some erudite goodbyes on the voyage home. Roswell – hello spaceboy! Jason Behr on the ups and downs of true love, alien-style. Stargate SG-1 – Peter Williams on the umpteenth revival of evil Gou'ald Apophis. Earth: Final Conflict – Melinda Deines on J. Street life. Plus Instant Guide to Roughnecks: Starship Trooper Chronicles, File Under… Farscape's DNA Mad Scientist, and cult tv listings for the New Year season.
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