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VI DIRECT Catalog : TV Zone : TV Zone 1998

TV Zone #109, December 1998 TV Zone #109, December 1998
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Xena: Warrior Princess – Lucy Lawless on the very different Season 3, and her starring role in Grease. Hercules – Alexandra Tydings, love Goddess Aphrodite, hangs five to talk about her work. Deep Space Nine – Jeffrey Combs gets Brunt and to the point. StarGate SG-1 – Michael Shanks on interspacial travel and bringing Daniel back to Earth with a bump. Earth: Final Conflict's Zo'or, Anita La Selva. 6-page retrospective on Quatermass II.
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TV Zone #108, November 1998 TV Zone #108, November 1998
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Star Trek: Voyager – 11-page feature celebrating the 100th episode with four cast interviews. LEXX – Michael McManus, who plays the assassin/animated corpse Kai, on Season Two in the Dark Zone Stories. Ultraviolet – Joe Ahearne on bringing UK Sci-Fi back from the dead. Doctor Who – Director Michael Imison on his '60s vision of the future, The Ark. Highlander Season-by-Season guide: in the fourth year, MacLeod experiences the Dark Quickening.
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TV Zone #107, October 1998 TV Zone #107, October 1998
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Star Trek / Babylon 5 – Walter Koenig on life after the Enterprise. The X-Files: William B Davis on the Cigarette-Smoking Man, & our episode guide reaches The End. Sliders star/producer Jerry O’Connell on Season Four. Buffy – season three previewed by its stars and creator Joss Whedon. Highlander: The Raven: Elizabeth Gracen is the new Immortal star. Plus Geoffrey Bayldon on Time travelling wizard Catweazle. Fantasy Flashback to The Outer Limits’ A Feasibility Study.
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TV Zone #106, September 1998 TV Zone #106, September 1998
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X-Files – Mulder (David Duchovny) and the Well-Manicured Man (John Neville) talk. Quatermass Experiment – Britain's first television science fiction serial remembered, 45 years on. Highlander – making of Season 3. The Avengers – what made the series unique? Star Trek: Voyager – seven-page Season 4 guide. Plus Nightworld, B5's Parliament of Dreams, smf the latest news and reviews.
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TV Zone #105, August 1998 TV Zone #105, August 1998
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Tampering with Trek's universe – the Prime Directive on tv and in forthcoming film Insurrection. Lance Henriksen on the apocalyptic ending to season two, Camilla Scott discusses Due South's 'Dragon Lady', Inspector Margaret Thatcher, and Deep Space Nine's Marc Alaimo analyses his Cardassian alter ego Gul Dukat. Plus Lost in Space's 30-year journey from television to the big screen.
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TV Zone #104, July 1998 TV Zone #104, July 1998
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Babylon 5's Peter Jurasik discusses Londo Mollari's five year journey from well-meaning clown to Centauri emperor. Star Trek guest star Nancy Hower describes life aboard the USS Voyager. The fantasies of Ally McBeal explored and analysed, and Invasion: Earth creator Jed Mercurio introduces British SF's latest hope. Due South's Keith Callum Rennie reveals the true identity of Fraser's new partner. Plus, Highlander – the start of a season-by-season guide to the series, Earth: Final Conflict episode guide, and fantasy flashback to The Flash.
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TV Zone #103, June 1998 TV Zone #103, June 1998
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Stargate SG-1's producers reveal how they adapted the movie for the small screen. Invasion: Earth hero Vincent Regan and Due South's David Marciano and new Slider Charlie O'Connell interviewed. The first glimpse of highlander spin-off, The Raven. Plus, Buffy first season episode guide, Sleepwalkers' dream analyst Jeffrey D Sams, Earth: Final Conflict's devious agent Sandoval, von Flores, and comic book curio Once a Hero profiled in Fantasy Flashback.
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TV Zone #102, May 1998 TV Zone #102, May 1998
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Bruce Boxleitner reflects on four years as Babylon 5's commander. Leonard Nimoy maps out the Brave New World – the latest production from his Alien Voices studio. Oktober star Stephen Tompkinson and writer Stephen gallagher interviewed. Earth: Final Conflict star Kevin Kilner discusses his role as William Boone, Debra Messing and Larry Drake introduce new thriller series Prey, and Profiler's Peter Frechette interviewed. Plus: Friends, Lexx and the cultural event of the year – the Eurovision Song Contest!
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TV Zone #101, April 1998 TV Zone #101, April 1998
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Babylon 5's new captain Tracy Scoggins on life on the station and at the Daily Planet. Deep Space Nine's Felicia Bell discusses her role as Sisko's late wife Jennifer. Babylon 5 director David J Eagle reveals the tricks of his trade, episode by episode. X-Files informant Steven Williams spills the beans about his shadowy alter-ego. Plus, Fantasy Flashback to Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea's Fatal Cargo.
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TV Zone #100, March 1998 TV Zone #100, March 1998
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100 page celebratory edition! Behind the scenes on Babylon 5's 100th episode, Phoenix rising, and A View from the Gallery in the company of maintenance men Bo and Mack. The X-Files: Pat Skipper on his role as Scully's brother. Kids Tv supremo Oliver Postgate looks back on Bagpuss, Noggin the Nog and the Clangers. Plus, behind the scenes on the Isle of Man for Space Island One, Xena: Warrior Princess first season episode guide, and Out of the Unknown episode Beachhead in the fantasy Flashback.


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TV Zone #99, February 1998 TV Zone #99, February 1998
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Babylon 5 – J Michael Straczynski looks forward to the fifith and final season. Millennium's Megan Gallagher discusses the second season's new direction. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – history of the Ferengi, plus Armin Shimerman and Aron Eisenberg interviewed. Space Island One and Ace of Wands star Judy Loe discusses her latest science fiction role. Plus, the cast of Blake’s 7 reunite for new radio drama the Sevenfold Crown, and classic episode Sarcophagus showcased in fantasy flashback.


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TV Zone #98, January 1998 TV Zone #98, January 1998
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Voyager star Tim Russ reveals the turmoil beneath Tuvok's calm exterior. Babylon 5 director John Lafia dissects his work on three critical fourth season episodes, including Intersections in Real Time. Plus: The Visitor's Steve Railsback and Profiler detective Julian McMahon, Xena: Warrior Princess season 1 episode guide and a fantasy flashback to Battlestar Galactica's Gun on Ice Planet Zero.


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