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VI DIRECT Catalog : Cult Times : Cult Times 2006

Cult Times #135, December 2006 Cult Times #135, December 2006
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Features
Hogfather On-set We visit this adaptation of Terry Pratchett's Discworld novel and talk to Terry himself and stars David Jason, Marc Warren and Michelle Dockery.
Doctor Who (2000s) We look ahead to what we can expect from this year's Doctor Who Christmas special
Torchwood Star John Barrowman discusses tracking aliens through the streets of Cardiff
Stargate Starbuck's alter ego, Katee Sackhoff, chats about marriage, kids and living under Cylon occupation
Battlestar Galactica (2000s) Executive producer Brad Wright considers the future of SG-1 and returning sister show Atlantis

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Times Past Our regular reviewer takes a look at what makes Torchwood adult entertainment
You Should Be Watching A selection of fantastic characters line up to entertain in The Catherine Tate Show
Out of the Box The mysteries of December uncovered in our complete listings for the month
Building a Better Genre Show Part XIII We make the case for the importance of formulaic storytelling in genre television

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Cult Times #134, November 2006 Cult Times #134, November 2006
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Battlestar Galactica (2000s) We got actor Jamie Bamber out of his 'fat suit' to chat about the series' even nastier direction in Season 3
Smallville Star Michael Rosenbaum looks back at the encroaching darkness in Lex Luthor's life as he prepares for a sixth year playing the billionaire playboy
Charmed Actor Brian Krause, the man who played Leo through most of the show's run, takes a look back at eight seasons of magical mayhem
The Dead Zone Star Anthony Michael Hall reveals how playing Johnny Smith has made him a better actor, and looks forward to fresh challenges in the sixth season

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Times Past Our regular reviewer looks at Spooks
Out of the Box A giant list of what's on the analogue and digital channels throughout November
Building a Better Genre Show Part XII The vital importance of a recurring villain

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Cult Times #133, October 2006 Cult Times #133, October 2006
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Torchwood Our guide to the fact and fiction of Doctor Who's much-anticipated spin-off
Spooks We chat to Rupert Penry-Jones about how his character is coping in the new season after his near-fatal shooting last year
Stargate Atlantis Rachel Luttrell, aka Teyla Emmagan, looks over the latest season of the series
Eureka Erica Cerra lets her hair down from its tight bun to tell us more about her character on the show, no-nonsense cop Jo Lupo, and her other role as Maia, surrogate mother to a Cylon baby in Battlestar Galactica
The 4400 Ee ask the actor who plays Marco Pacella, Richard Kahan, for his thoughts on filming Season Three

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Times Past Our regular reviewer drops in on the adventures of The 4400
Out of the Box October's programmes get the listings treatment
You Should Be Watching Entourage We enter the glamorous life of actor Vince Chase and discover what it's like to be part of his close-knit group of hangers-on… er, we mean friends
Building a Better Genre Show Part XI The importance of dialogue in our favourite shows, and how it's far more than just people asking 'What's going on?' for several minutes

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Cult Times #132, September 2006 Cult Times #132, September 2006
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Stargate Atlantis Star Joe Flanigan tells us what we have to look forward to in the upcoming new season
The 4400 Actor Mahershalalhashbaz Ali looks back over a difficult third year for his character Richard Tyler
Ghost Whisperer We chat to star Jennifer Love Hewitt
My Hero Actor Hugh Dennis talks about the change of lead actor and returning to his role of useless, pompous doctor Piers Crispin
Eureka Sheriff's daughter Zoe Carter, aka Jordan Hinson, tells us how she fits into the odd little genius-packed town

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Times Past Our regular reviewer visits the town of Eureka to see if its inhabitants make him feel clever, and then finds out if watching My Hero does instead
Out of the Box A comprehensive list of all September's Cult TV programmes
You Should Be Watching Time Trumpet Scottish-Italian genius Armando Iannucci's satirical show from the vantage point of the year 2031
Building a Better Genre Show Part X The importance of government in such shows as Blake's 7 and The X-Files

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Cult Times #131, August 2006 Cult Times #131, August 2006
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Lost The Brit abroad who plays the mysterious Mr Eko, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, looks back on his first season on the show
Ghost Whisperer David Conrad explains why his character, Melinda's husband Jim Clancy, is the perfect partner
Eureka (aka 'A Town called Eureka') Star Colin Ferguson reveals his place in the pecking order of a very odd town
Battlestar Galactica (2000s) Christian Tessier waxes lyrical about his time on the Nineties revival of The Tomorrow People, and his new role as Viper pilot 'Duck' in Galactica
The 4400 Still in charge of NTAC in the third season, Nina Jarvis, aka actress Samantha Ferris talks to us

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Times Past Our regular reviewer foams at the mouth with the excitement of Daleks and Cybermen taking on the Doctor simultaneously, only to be heartbroken as Rose leaves the TARDIS…
Out of the Box · They're back and they're all there! Your complete month's listings for August, revised, re-jigged and upgraded to make them better than ever!
You Should Be Watching Huff Meet the psychiatrist who's got more problems than the people he counsels
Building a Better Genre Show Part IX It's rare to find a series that's instantly excellent. We take a look at how time can aid even the most average of genre shows

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Cult Times #130, July 2006 Cult Times #130, July 2006
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Stargate SG-1 Executive producers Brad Wright and Robert C Cooper provide some hints of things to come in SG-1 and sister show Attantis.
Stargate Atlantis Still grumpy and overconfident, Dr Rodney McKay is heading for a fall this season, as David Hewlett, the actor who plays him, explains
Doctor Who (2000s) Episode-by-Episode As part of our crossover coverage with TV Zone, we take an in-depth look at Episode 10, Love & Monsters, and learn from star Marc Warren why he's carrying the show. Plus: the effects team on the creation of Blue Peter monster the Abzorbaloff!
Battlestar Galactica (2000s) Star Tricia Helfer talks about launching multiple attacks on the Colonial fleet in the guise of Cylon Number Six

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Times Past Did Invasion go out in a blaze of glory or as a damp squib? Our regular reviewer takes a closer look at its final days and checks out Bank Holiday mini-series The Triangle
Out of the Box The opening instalment of listings for July takes you through to 16th
You Should Be Watching Funland The comedy-drama about the darker side of Blackpool, from ex-EastEnders writer Simon Ashdown and League of Gentlemen alumnus Jeremy Dyson, moves from BBC Three to BBC2
Building a Better Genre Show Part VII Bored with shows where everyone's sugary sweet and nice to each other? What you need is a spot of character conflict to spice things up…

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Cult Times #129, June 2006 Cult Times #129, June 2006
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Alias We talk to the man who was there at the beginning, creator JJ Abrams? Who will live, who will die, and how much did the network interfere?
Doctor Who (2000s) Episode-by-Episode As part of our crossover coverage with TV Zone, we take an in-depth look at Episode 7, The Age of Steel, and talk to stars Camille Coduri and Noel Clarke, director Graeme Harper and writer Tom MacRae about the return of the Cybermen
Charmed The man who's overseen all eight years of the show, executive producer Brad Kern, looks back on the series
Supernatural We've managed to catch series star Jared Padalecki for a look back at the first year of spooky stories
Lost Stephen Williams has co-directed both season finales, so can we prise some information out of him about what's going on?

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Times Past Our regular reviewer sits down to get Lost
Out of the Box The listings for June get underway with a run-through of what's on across the channels up to 16th June
You Should Be Watching Everybody Hates Chris Before he became the successful stand-up comedian he is today, Chris Rock had a rough time growing up in Brooklyn. This is the story of how he tried to fit in
Building a Better Genre Show Part V We take a look at the importance of having a giggle

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Cult Times #128, May 2006 Cult Times #128, May 2006
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Doctor Who (2000s) Episode-by-Episode As part of our crossover coverage with TV Zone, we take an in-depth look at Episode 2 of the new series, Tooth and Claw, and hear from director Euros Lyn and writer Russell T Davies
Battlestar Galactica (2000s) Writer/producer Bradley Thompson talks us through the year and looks ahead to Season Three
Supernatural Former X-Files scribe John Shiban chats about his return to writing and producing in the world of the unexplained
Invasion Alexis Dziena, who plays Kira Underlay, reveals the trials and tribulations of life in the alien-infiltrated town

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Times Past Supernatural and Surface; originals, or copies?
Out of the Box The first half of May given the once over in our listings section; the second half can be found in Cult Times Special #38
You Should Be Watching Derren Brown: Trick of the Mind We look at the latest series of tricks, schemes and suggestions from the UK's consummate showman
Building a Better Genre Show Part III The next stage looks at the importance of sex appeal in a show, and the best way to use it

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Cult Times #127, April 2006 Cult Times #127, April 2006
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Doctor Who (2000s) We take a look at the old and new treats you can expect in the new season
Stargate Atlantis As Paul McGillion (Dr Beckett) complains about having to kiss one of his co-stars, Rachel Luttrell (Teyla) tries to shut him up long enough to look back on Season Two
Battlestar Galactica (2000s) It's been an eventful year for now-Commander Lee Adama, as actor Jamie Bamber explains
Charmed Paige gets a head start when Henry proposes to her, as his alter ego Ivan Sergei reveals...
Women and Sci-Fi We take a look at the reasons why Science Fiction is attracting more female viewers these days

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Times Past How the visitors in Battlestar Galactica and Invasion have managed to blend in seamlessly
Out of the Box It's a packed month of TV in April; find out where all your favourite shows are in our listings
You Should Be Watching Prison Break Michael Scofield gets himself sent to prison to get his Death Row-inhabiting brother out; can they both escape or will they be discovered?
Building a Better Genre Show Part II We take a look at the importance of a story arc

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Cult Times #126, March 2006 Cult Times #126, March 2006
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Smallville We spoke to star John Schneider, aka Jonathan Kent, about his involvement in the 100th episode
Invasion Lisa Sheridan reveals the soakings and roughings-up she's had to endure playing Larkin Groves
Battlestar Galactica (2000s) We look at what the future holds for both Battlestar crews and talk to Pegasus commander Admiral Cain, aka Michelle Forbes.
Serenity As the series heads for DVD, Nathan Fillion talks about returning to the character of Captain Mal Reynolds

Regulars
Times Past Our reviewer sits down to watch Life on Mars, Hyperdrive and Eleventh Hour
Out of the Box Complete listings for March, but remember that the clocks go forward on 25th!
You Should Be Watching The funniest, trailer-trashiest comedy to hit the airwaves in many a year, My Name is Earl

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Cult Times #125, February 2006 Cult Times #125, February 2006
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Charmed Co-executive producer and director James L Conway looks ahead to what's in store
Stargate Producer/director Martin Wood on what's coming up in the season finales of SG-1 and Atlantis
Battlestar Galactica (2000s) Actress Mary McDonnell tells us how her character, the no-nonsense President Roslin, is planning to make her mark…
Invasion Actor Tyler Labine tells us how his character Dave Groves's quest is coming along
Doctor Who (2000s) Executive producer Russell T Davies looks back on the success of the Christmas 2005 episode and ahead to the upcoming season
Surface Star Ian Anthony Dale gets into his character Davis Lee's head

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Times Past Battlestar Galactica (2000s) : the best show in the whole world? Threshold; unfairly cancelled or given the swift justice it deserved?
Out of the Box A guide to all the exciting programmes, old and new, on offer in February!
You Should Be Watching Bones Seeking answers to long-standing murder mysteries with help from a team of forensic anthropologists

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Cult Times #124, January 2006 Cult Times #124, January 2006
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Battlestar Galactica Katee Sackhoff, who plays Lt Kara 'Starbuck' Thrace, tells us if Starbuck's got better or worse for Season Two
Lost Former Buffy producer David Fury speaks about his one-year stop in Hawaii creating mysteries and deciding which character to kill
Stargate Atlantis The second season's new addition, Jason Momoa, looks back over the life and times of his character Ronon Dex
Doctor Who Anthony Head looks back over his impressive resumé, including Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Little Britain, Manchild, and his guest role as the Headmaster in the new series of Doctor Who
Hyperdrive Nick Frost on leading the cast as Commander Henderson in the new BBC2 Sci-Fi comedy
Veronica Mars Things are going to get more tricky in Season Two for Veronica's father Keith, as actor Enrico Colantoni explains

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Times Past Our reviewer checks out Sky's second series of the supernatural drama Hex
Out of the Box All the shows you need to know about for the month of January. Welcome to 2006!
You Should Be Watching Shameless Drop in on Manchester's Chatsworth estate, home of the Gallagher family, where anything can happen, and usually does

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