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VI DIRECT Catalog : Cult Times : Cult Times 2007

Cult Times #147, December 2007 Cult Times #147, December 2007
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Interviews
Doctor Who (2000s) We take a look at this year's Christmas special, Voyage of the Damned, and to the fourth season
Stargate Atlantis We chatted to Amanda Tapping about continuing in the role of Sam Carter from SG-1
Heroes Jimmy Jean-Louis messes with our minds as we talk to him about playing The Haitian
Smallville We talk to the new addition to the cast in Season Seven: Laura Vandervoort as Kara Zor-El, aka Supergirl
Journeyman We met up with Moon Bloodgood to try to unravel the mysteries that surround her character, Livia Beale

Regulars
Times Past Our regular reviewer takes a look at the hard-hitting spy shenanigans of Spooks and the complex Time travel tales of Journeyman
You Should Be Watching 30 Rock Join producer Liz Lemon as she attempts to keep control of a top-rated comedy show
Out of the Box Almost 30 pages of Cult TV Listings, with the best credits around…
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Cult Times #146, November 2007 Cult Times #146, November 2007
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Interviews
Heroes Zachary Quinto, who's made a name for himself as brain-devouring wannabe hero Sylar, talks about his return in Season Two, and his latest role, as the young Spock in the upcoming Star Trek movie
Battlestar Galactica (2000s) Actor Michael Trucco discusses the fourth season of the show and his character Sam Anders
The Sarah Jane Adventures Gareth Roberts explains why writing for Sarah Jane isn't far removed from writing for Doctor Who
Spooks We check in with Peter Firth, aka MI5 boss Harry Pearce
Journeyman Former Rome star Kevin McKidd introduces his new series

Regulars
Times Past Our regular reviewer watches some kids' TV to see how she Sarah Jane on against the Slitheen and a Gorgon.
You Should Be Watching Californication See former X-Files star David Duchovny as you've never seen him before
Out of the Box Almost 30 pages of Cult TV Listings, with the best credits around…
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Cult Times #145, October 2007 Cult Times #145, October 2007
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Interviews
The Sarah Jane Adventures We take a look at the monsters Sarah Jane will be facing and also to Doctor Who's future
Stargate Atlantis Actor David Hewlett looks at Dr Rodney McKay's development from arrogant jerk to arrogant-but-loveable jerk
Eureka Joe Morton, who plays mighty mechanic Henry Deacon, reveals Henry's ulterior motive for rejoining the rat race
Ghost Whisperer Creator and executive producer John Gray gives us some upfront information on the third season
Blood Ties Director David Winning on his latest projects, including this detective/vampire romantic/horror series

Regulars
Times Past Our regular reviewer examines the positives and negatives of Ghost Whisperer and Blood Ties
You Should Be Watching Kath & Kim The Aussie series detailing the ludicrous lives of a disconcertingly open mother, her lazy daughter and their extended family
Out of the Box In nearly 30 pages, our complete monthly guide to all that's worth watching in the Cult TV world during October, with page grids highlighting the movies and series being shown

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Cult Times #144, September 2007 Cult Times #144, September 2007
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Interviews
Battlestar Galactica (2000s) writer/producers David Weddle and Bradley Thompson on what we can expect in the fourth and final season
Stargate SG-1 Beau Bridges on playing General Landry and reveals his role in the upcoming DVD movies
Eureka Working mum Salli Richardson on her character Allison Blake
The Dead Zone We talk to star Anthony Michael Hall
The 4400 Actor Richard Kahan on playing Marco Pacell

Regulars
Times Future Taking a look ahead at the shows which will be gracing our screens next year
You Should Be Watching Skins E4's cult hit, now showing on Channel 4
Out of the Box In nearly 30 pages, our complete monthly guide to all that's worth watching in the Cult TV world during September, with page grids highlighting the movies and series being shown

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Cult Times #143, August 2007 Cult Times #143, August 2007
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Interviews
Lost We borrowed Terry O'Quinn on his recent trip to the UK in order to grill him about his time on The X-Files, Millennium, Harsh Realm and Lost
Heroes Actress Ali Larter on playing Niki Sanders and her alternate persona, evil twin Jessica
Stargate Atlantis Actress Rachel Luttrell onchangesfor her character, Teyla Emmagan, in Season Four
The 4400 Actress Jenni Baird on being in charge at NTAC, as Meghan Doyle
Eureka Deputy sheriff Jo Lupo is going to be letting her hair down a bit, as her alter ego Erica Cerra tells us

Regulars
Times Past Our regular reviewer looks at Jekyll and the season finale of Doctor Who
You Should Be Watching Dexter We invite you to enjoy the most unsettling show on TV at the moment, starring Six Feet Under's Michael C Hall
Out of the Box In nearly 30 pages, our complete monthly guide to all that's worth watching in the Cult TV world during August, with page grids highlighting the movies and series being shown
Building a Better Genre Show Part XXI It's the end of our voyage through the do's and don't's of making genre TV, and what better place to conclude than with the fans and how they can make or break a show…

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Cult Times #142, July 2007 Cult Times #142, July 2007
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Interviews
Stargate SG-1 We interview Michael Shanks about nine years (on and off) playing Daniel Jackson and his upcoming projects, including the DVD SG-1 movies
Stargate Atlantis The fan outcry that resulted from the death of Paul McGillion's character, Dr Beckett's, will see him back on the show! The actor sends back some love…
Smallville Executive producer Miles Millar takes a candid look back over six seasons
The 4400 Actor Billy Campbell talks to us about being back as Jordan Collier
The Dead Zone We tracked down John L Adams, who plays Bruce Lewis

Regulars
Times Past Our regular reviewer looks at Doctor Who episodes the Human Nature two-parter and Blink
You Should Be Watching Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip The ups and downs of life behind the scenes on a topical US comedy show
Out of the Box Your complete monthly guide to all that's worth watching in the Cult TV world during July
Building a Better Genre Show Part XX How production values can make a big difference to a TV show as budgetary constraints force producers to find inventive solutions

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Cult Times #141, June 2007 Cult Times #141, June 2007
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Interviews
Heroes Sendhil Ramamurthy, who plays Mohinder Suresh
Supernatural Jensen Ackles on his character Dean Winchester
Battlestar Galactica (2000s) Mary McDonnell on playing President Roslin and looking towards Season Four
Medium Sofia Vassilieva, aka psychic daughter Ariel Dubois
Veronica Mars Jason Dohring takes us through the changes in his character Logan Echolls

Regulars
Times Past Our regular reviewer looks at the finale of Battlestar Galactica and the ongoing saga of Heroes and decides which one is better
You Should Be Watching What About Brian An endearing comedy drama series
Out of the Box Our packed guide to everything that's on TV in June
Building a Better Genre Show Part XIX The importance of keeping things interesting for the viewer with a few surprise twists and turns

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Cult Times #140, May 2007 Cult Times #140, May 2007
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Features
Doctor Who (2000s) We chatted with stars David Tennant and Freema Agyeman at the glitzy press launch
Battlestar Galactica (2000s) We talk to the man behind the show's reinvention, Ronald D Moore
Lost Actress Elizabeth Mitchell explains why there's more to her character of fertility doctor Juliet Burke
Medium Meet District Attorney Manuel Devalos, aka Miguel Sandoval

Regulars
Times Past Our regular reviewer reveals why he just can't wait to see Doctor Who and tells us how he thinks the new season is shaping up so far
You Should Be Watching Peep Show Mark and Jeremy, the flatmates from Planet Idiot, return for a new series of mishaps
Out of the Box All you'll ever need to know about the programmes May brings can be found in our listings section
Building a Better Genre Show Part XVIII We explain why the world's nastier element would be better off snuggled up in front of a box set of Star Trek: The Next Generation

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Cult Times #139, April 2007 Cult Times #139, April 2007
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Features
Lost We talk to director/producer Stephen Williams
Doctor Who (2000s) We preview the new, third, season
Medium Actor Jake Weber on his character Joe, the only Dubois without psychic powers
Jericho One man seems to know more than he's letting on – we quizzed Lennie James about playing Robert Hawkins
The Dresden Files We visited the set to talk to the cast and crew

Regulars
Times Past Life on Mars, still working?
You Should Be Watching 3lbs A team of brain surgeons performs medical miracles in this short-lived but fascinating drama series
Out of the Box Our full listings will tell you what's on when for April
Building a Better Genre Show Part XVII We examine the vital role of transport in genre TV

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Cult Times #138, March 2007 Cult Times #138, March 2007
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Features
Battlestar Galactica (2000s) Admiral Adama (in his real life guise of Edward James Olmos), talks to us about the third season
Heroes We meet up with the Petrelli brothers, played by Adrian Pasdar and Milo Ventimiglia
Primeval Former S Club 7 star Hannah Spearritt talks about acting with a tennis ball and looking after extinct pets
Kyle XY Meet Kyle XY, played by Matt Dallas, who tells us what it's like playing a genetically engineered teen
Day Break We question genre veteran Victoria 'Mutant X' Pratt about playing Andrea Battle

Regulars
Times Past Primeval and The Lost Room
You Should Be Watching Ugly Betty A young woman gains a place on high fashion magazine Mode, but can she get people to see past her appearance to the person inside?
Out of the Box March brings the start of British Summer Time, and a host of top TV. Find out what, when and where in our listings!
Building a Better Genre Show Part XVI We examine the vital necessity of geeking up a series with a few misfits

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Cult Times #137, February 2007 Cult Times #137, February 2007
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Features
Heroes The best new US show this season by a country mile finally reaches the UK, and we've got hold of the Golden Globe-nominated breakthrough star of the show, Masi Oka, for a chat
Battlestar Galactica (2000s) Star James Callis tells us about his tricky choices when playing Dr Gaius Baltar
Life on Mars We talk to Liz White, who plays WPC Annie Cartwright
Stargate Atlantis Dr Elizabeth Weir's alter ego Torri Higginson explains that there's a fair bit of fighting and negotiating too, and even occasionally time for a date!
Supernatural We hunted down creator/writer/executive producer Eric Kripke

Regulars
Times Past It's a Russell T Davies-a-thon this issue as our regular reviewer looks back to Christmas to examine the success or otherwise of Doctor Who's The Runaway Bride, Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures
You Should Be Watching The Office: An American Workplace, the US show that takes Gervais and Merchant's classic as inspiration
Out of the Box A rundown of the best and brightest to be found across all the channels in February
Building a Better Genre Show Part XV We take a look at the importance of family entertainment

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Cult Times #136, January 2007 Cult Times #136, January 2007
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Features
The Sarah Jane Adventures Producer Susie Liggat takes us behind the scenes of the newest Doctor Who spin-off
Battlestar Galactica (2000s) We spoke to Lucy Lawless about occupation, resurrection… and her stint on Celebrity Duets!
Torchwood Actor Gareth David-Lloyd explainsthat his character Ianto Jones is far more than a servile assistant to Captain Jack and the team
Blade: The Series Star Kirk 'Sticky' Jones looks back on his season as the half-Human vampire
Eureka He wasn't part of the team at the start, but Ed Quinn tells us he quickly made up for lost time as scientist Nathan Stark

Regulars
Times Past The very first live-action Terry Pratchett adaptation, Hogfather, comes under the withering gaze of our reviewer this month. Is it all 'ho ho ho' or 'no no no'?
You Should Be Watching Comedy-drama Standoff
Out of the Box New year, new series. Our complete listings for the month cover January 2007
Building a Better Genre Show Part XIV We examine the responsibility of genre TV shows to provide a moral message

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