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VI DIRECT Catalog : TV Zone : TV Zone 1995

TV Zone #73, December 1995 TV Zone #73, December 1995
(Reference #T73)
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Babylon 5 – Mira Furlan reveals how the break-up of Yugoslavia led to her role as Ambassador Delenn. Star Trek: Voyager's security chief Tim Russ reports in. X-Files director David Nutter assesses his latest episodes. Space Precinct costume designer Raymond Hughes opens his portfolio for inspection. Plus: Fantasy flashback to Space:1999 episode The Exiles, and Voyager episode guide.


Price:  $10.00

TV Zone #72, November 1995 TV Zone #72, November 1995
(Reference #T72)
SORRY SOLD OUT
Highlander star Adrian Paul and producer Ken Gord reflect on immortality. The X-Files' Mitch Pileggi interviewed. Star Trek: The Next Generation's Michelle Forbes on her seven appearances as rebellious Ensign Ro. Doctor Who guest star John Woodnutt recalls his roles as a variety of aliens. Plus: Babylon 5 season two episode guide.


TV Zone #71, October 1995 TV Zone #71, October 1995
(Reference #T71)
Deep Space Nine – Michael Dorn reveals why Worf is joining the crew. Doctor Who's companion Michael Craze looks back to the first regeneration, from William Hartnell to Patrick Troughton. Babylon 5's Julie Caitlin Brown recalls Na'Toth. X-Files director David Nutter interviewed. Tekwar star Greg Evigan describes life as a 21st century policeman. Fantasy flashback to Moonlighting Christmas episode It's a Wonderful Job. Deep Space Nine third season episode guide.


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TV Zone #70, September 1995 TV Zone #70, September 1995
(Reference #T70)
Voyager's mismatched lovers Neelix and Kes, alias Ethan Phillips and Jennifer Lien, speak out. Caroline John, Doctor Who's formidable assistant Liz Shaw, interviewed. Ed Wasser reflects on Babylon 5's Mr Morden's deal with the Shadows. Star Trek guest star Richard Poe chronicles Gul Evek's career on The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine and Voyager. SeaQuest DSV's sensor chief Marco Sanchez makes contact. Plus: X-Files season two episode guide, fantasy flashback The Flash, and comprehensive news and reviews.


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TV Zone #69, August 1995 TV Zone #69, August 1995
(Reference #T69)
Babylon 5's new commander Bruce Boxleitner looks back on his first year at the station's helm. Doctor Who's first producer Verity Lambert recalls the series' birth pains. Blake's 7 writer Allan Prior and Star Trek special effects supremo Robert Legato interviewed. Behind the scenes on Eva Habermann's first sci-fi role, German TV movie Star Command. Plus: Fantasy flashback to Sapphire and Steel continued, and an Earth II episode guide.


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TV Zone #68, July 1995 TV Zone #68, July 1995
(Reference #T68)
Star Trek – Voyager's engineer Roxann Biggs-Dawson reports, and Deep Space Nine's Aron Eisenberg charts Nog's progress from juvenile deliquent to Starfleet wannabe. Space Precinct's seductive undercover officer Simone Bendix interviewed. Doctor Who producer Phillip Hinchcliffe recalls how Tom Baker and gothic horror raised the series to unprecedented heights. The great white hope of children's fantasy interviewed – Russell T Davies introduces Century Falls. Babylon 5 episode guide.


Price:  $7.99

TV Zone #67, June 1995 TV Zone #67, June 1995
(Reference #T67)
Klingon Chancellor Charles Cooper addresses the troops. Doctor Who writer Bob Baker recalls his ITV series Sky and Into the Labyrinth. Plus: First season Voyager episode guide, X-Files special effects, the conclusion to interview with Quantum Leap and seaQuest writer Tommy Thompson and Danger Man author Ian Stuart Black, and fantasy flashback to The Avengers' battle with the robotic Cybernauts.


Price:  $7.99

TV Zone #66, May 1995 TV Zone #66, May 1995
(Reference #T66)
Doctor Who spin-off Downtime – on location. Space Precinct's Ted Shackleford writes up his incident report. Doctor Who author Ian Stuart Black recalls writing for William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton. Timeslip and The Tomorrow People – Producer Ruth Boswell recalls the 1970s children's classics. Star Trek director James l Conway reports on helming classic episodes The Neutral Zone and Duet. Plus: a fantasy flashback to The Six Million Dollar Man's bionic antics, and second season episode guide to The X-Files.


Price:  $7.99

TV Zone #65, April 1995 TV Zone #65, April 1995
(Reference #T65)
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TV Zone #64, March 1995 TV Zone #64, March 1995
(Reference #T64)
The first glimpse of new Star Trek series Voyager. Behind the scenes of the BBC production of Alan Garner's Elidor, and Tomorrow People story The Living Stones. Alien Nation returns to the screen for first in a series of TV movies. Doctor Who actor and writer Victor Pemberton recalls his encounters with the Cybermen – as script editor and victim. Plus: Blake's 7 season two and Deep Space Nine season three episode guides, and Incredible Hulk fantasy flashback.


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TV Zone #63, February 1995 TV Zone #63, February 1995
(Reference #T63)
Doctor Who – Third Doctor Jon Pertwee reports to UNIT for debriefing. Gerry Anderson's new series Space Precinct reviewed. On location with Christopher Lee and The Tomorrow People. Children of the Stones remembered. Star Trek science consultant Naren Shankar turns writer for The Next Generation. Larry DiTillio concludes his overview of Babylon 5's first season. Plus, Blake's 7 episode guide, and fantasy flashback to Buck Rogers' Unchained Woman, starring Jamie Lee Curtis!


Price:  $7.99

TV Zone #62, January 1995 TV Zone #62, January 1995
(Reference #T62)
Star Trek: Introducing the crew of the USS Voyager, plus writer Rene Echevarria on the end of The Next Generation. Babylon 5 script editor Larry DiTillio on the series' early days. Producer Michael Sloan on reviving The Man from UNCLE, The Six Million Dollar Man and more! Avengers and Prisoner director Peter Graham Scott speaks out. Michael Sheard on playing friendly doctors and Adolf Hitler in Doctor Who and The Tomorrow People. Plus: Fantasy flashback to Doomwatch's banned episode, Sex and Violence, and Young Indiana Jones Chronicles episode guide.


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