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VI DIRECT Catalog : TV Zone : TV Zone 2004

TV Zone #183, December 2004 TV Zone #183, December 2004
(Reference #T183)

100 pages

Features
Battlestar Galactica 2004 Star Jamie Bamber reveals his character Apollo’s creed
Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars We catch up with Ben Browder and Wayne Pygram, alias astronaut John Crichton and anti-hero Scorpius (and all his variants)
Andromeda Invisible Man co-star Brandy Ledford tells us about joining the crew as new android Doyle
Space Odyssey Director Joe Ahearne tells us about the perils of making this new high-profile series for BBC1 and recalls the cult show Ultraviolet
Plus! Ahearne gives a glimpse of his latest project, two episodes of the new series of Doctor Who
And... We reveal a new-look Dalek in our latest photo-feature on production of the new series…

Plus!
Flashback Ripping Yarns – Plucky Michael Palin does battle with inappropriate laughter tracks in the second part of our overview of the cult show.

Regulars
Episode Guide Stargate SG-1 We present our complete guide to the seventh season of off-planet expeditions.
Deep Thought This issue, we mark the 50th anniversary of the classic television production of Orwell’s 1984 by looking at Cult TV’s record of predicting the Future – and the future of spaceflight.
Primetime on CSI: New York, with regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews, merchandise reviews, news and much more…

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TV Zone #182, November 2004 TV Zone #182, November 2004
(Reference #T182)

100 pages

Features
Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars Producer David Kemper on the new adventures…
Plus! Paul Goddard chats about stepping back into his role as mad, metal-plated mystic Stark
Hex The stars of Sky One’s new Supernatural drama series make it abundantly clear that they’re not rehashing a show about a certain Vampire Slayer…
Battlestar Galactica 2004 Actor Aaron Douglas on his role as crew chief Tyler expanded from a two-line bit-part into a significant role in the new series.
The West Wing Stars Bradley Whitford and Janel Maloney talk about how the platonic relationship between White House staffers Josh and Donna may blossom into something more…
Plus! Bartlett, Kerry and Bush – we take an irreverent look at the Presidential candidates…
Tanner on Tanner Film auteur Robert Altman about how he resurrected his fictional Presidential candidate Jack Tanner – and how the original Tanner ’88 is just as relevant now as it was then
Doctor Who Our second photo report on the making of the new series, with more exclusive pictures! This issue, the Doctor and companion Rose pop back to Victorian times and meet Charles Dickens – played by none other than Über-thesp Simon Callow…

Plus!
Flashback Ripping Yarns – We take a look back at Terry Jones and Michael Palin’s spiffing follow-up to Monty Python’s Flying Circus in the first of a wizard two-part feature

Regulars
Episode Guide Tru Calling We present our complete guide to the first season of the high-concept show starring Buffy’s Eliza Dushku
Deep Thought This issue, take a look at longevity in Cult TV, and ask why some shows get stuck in a rut when others go from strength to strength…
Retro Our continuing history of television reaches the 1963-64 season, as we cast our eyes over My Favorite Martian and The Bill Dana Show
Primetime on LAX, with regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews, merchandise reviews, news and much more…

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TV Zone #181, October 2004 TV Zone #181, October 2004
(Reference #T181)

100 pages

Features
Spooks Star David Oyelowo braves the strictures of the Official Secrets Act to drop a few hints about what’s to come…
Stargate Atlantis As Dr Rodney McKay, David Hewlett started out as an irritating know-it all with a liking for Major Carter. Now, he’s the scientist on the spot in Atlantis… and as the actor tells us, he owes it all to Doctor Who
Star Trek: Enterprise Connor Trinneer looks ahead to the fourth series that almost never was, and explains why he thinks the show is finally ready to hit the big time…
Dead Like Me With the second season gearing up, British star Callum Blue considers the misadventures of Mason…
Secret Army Reunited 25 years on, the cast look back on the classic wartime drama, reveal why they’re glad the final episode has never been seen, and tell us what they thought of ’Allo, ’Allo!

Plus!
Flashback It’s The Night of the Juggernaut in The Wild Wild West – the classic original, that is, not the movie…

Regulars
Episode Guide Angel The end of days is in sight as the Angel Investigations team take the Wolfram & Hart shilling. Can they avoid being corrupted by their arch-enemies?
Deep Thought We know our place… but do our Sci-Fi heroes? We look at class issues in the world of cult television
Retro Our continuing history of television celebrates the return to the air of Lucille Ball in The Lucy Show
Primetime on Lost , with regular TV reviews, merchandise reviews gearing up for Christmas, news and much more…

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TV Zone #180, September 2004 TV Zone #180, September 2004
(Reference #T180)

100 pages

Features
Stargate Atlantis Actor Joe Flanigan on playing the commander of the Atlantis Stargate team, Major John Sheppard
Plus!
Emmy Award-winning special effects guru Todd Masters takes us to worlds beyond. Be amazed!
Doctor Who As the series goes into production at the BBC for the first time in 15 years, we present our photo report of the making of this new venture
Spooks and Spy-Fi We examine the rise to prominence of series like Alias, Spooks and The West Wing in the aftermath of 9/11
The Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy As the long-awaited Tertiary Phase of Douglas Adams’s classic series is finally adapted for the radio, we catch up with the actors and crew responsible for the continuing adventures of Zaphod, Arthur, Ford and Trillian…
Plus!
Flashback We take a look back at the making of the classic radio series that first brought Douglas Adams to prominence…
Battlestar Galactica – The Mini-Series Tricia Helfer, who plays the deadly Cylon seductress, talks about keeping her character cliché-free
Plus!
Katee Sackhoff, the new Starbuck, on falling asleep on the job

Regulars
Episode Guide Angel We present our complete guide to Season Four.
Deep Thought We get religion as we investigate God’s presence in Cult TV…
Retro Our continuing history of television reaches the 1963-64 season, as we examine The Jetsons
Primetime on Rescue Me, with regular TV reviews, merchandise reviews, news and much more…

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TV Zone #179, August 2004 TV Zone #179, August 2004
(Reference #T179)

Biggest-Ever Issue – 100 pages

Features
Doctor Who Executive producer and writer Russell T Davies tells us about his plans for the BBC’s revival of Doctor Who 2005.
Plus!
Concept artist Bryan Hitch on the look of the new series…
Farscape: Peacekeeper War What can we expect from the upcoming mini-series? Star Ben Browder gives us a piece of his mind…
Stargate Atlantis We interview the designers behind the new spin-off series – with exclusive production art!
Timeslip stars Spencer Banks, who played boy hero Simon in the classic children’s Sci-Fi series, and Thunderbirds legend David Graham, who played Simon’s older self…
24 Paul Blackthorne, aka evil ex-spy Stephen Saunders, talks to us about typecasting, sending seven weeks playing cricket, and how the crew shoot all those phone conversations…

Regulars
Episode Guide Angel We present our complete guide to Season Three of the hit Vampire show…
Flashback Blake’s 7 Blake’s crew tangles with the Terra Nostra in the classic episode Shadow
Deep Thought We cast our eye over the schedules and ask: is new technology changing the way we watch TV?
Retro Our continuing history of television reaches the 1962-63 season, as we examine The Beverly Hillbillies.
Primetime on The Jury, with regular TV reviews (over 15 episodes!), merchandise reviews, news and much more…

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TV Zone #178, July 2004 TV Zone #178, July 2004
(Reference #T178)

Features
Farscape: Peacekeeper War With a new mini-series set to wrap up the plot threads from the unjustly curtailed hit series, we find out how the cast and crew are enjoying their second chance to shine…
Stargate SG-1 Executive producer Michael Greenburg talks about the show's upcoming eighth season and the spin-off series Stargate Atlantis
Charmed We catch up with cast and crew to find out what goes into the making of the hit Fantasy series.
Angel In the second part of our interview, actor James Marsters chats about being directed by David Boreanaz and the series’ cancellation.

Regulars
Episode Guide Angel We present our complete guide to the eventful second season…
Deep Thought We investigate the battle of the sexes in our attempt to find out how Cult Television tailors itself to appeal to the boys and the girls…
Retro develops some deep thoughts of its own this month, examining how classic series broke the fourth wall.
Primetime on Touching Evil, with regular TV reviews (over 20 episodes!), merchandise reviews, news and much more…

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TV Zone #177, Summer 2004 TV Zone #177, Summer 2004
(Reference #T177)

Features
Stargate Atlantis As the new Stargate mission ventures out into the galaxy, we talk to co-producer and director Martin Wood about what we can expect from the highly-anticipated spin-off series.
Angel James Marsters talks about his character’s sacrifice and redemption, his ongoing conflict with Angel, and the series’ final episodes.
Charmed Edoardo Ballerini on playing the Darklighter assassin Damien, and tells us about the complexities of shooting an effects-heavy series.

Regulars
Flashback Hancock In the concluding part of our Flashback, we examine the making of the last three episodes of his classic BBC series Hancock, including The Blood Donor
Episode Guide Roswell Our full guide to the third and final season of the hit show.
Deep Thought We investigate the differing portrayals of the Future in Cult TV, from Star Trek’s utopian society to the dystopian Blake’s 7
Retro We investigate why The Dick van Dyke Show was ahead of its time, in our continuing history of Cult TV
Primetime on The Lion in Winter, with regular TV reviews (28 episodes!), merchandise reviews, news and much more…

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TV Zone #176, June 2004 TV Zone #176, June 2004
(Reference #T176)

Features
Charmed Whitelighter Chris, aka actor Drew Fuller, talks to us about character developments, the surprises to come, and taking care of family business…
Plus…
Director Mel Damski on his varied experiences with the show
Doctor Who New producer Phil Collinson tells all in our exclusive interview.

Regulars
Flashback Hancock Tony Hancock decided on an ambitious new direction for his TV series; we take a look back at his biggest gamble and the unforeseen consequences, in the first part of our feature…
Episode Guide Smallville Our full episode guide to the second season of the show set in a sleepy little town where nothing happens, except for…
Deep Thought As TV shows become ever more self-referential, we investigate the boundaries of the ‘fourth wall’.
Retro Our history of cult TV reaches 1962 with Car 54, Where Are You?
Primetime on The Apprentice, with regular TV reviews (30 episodes!), merchandise reviews, news and much more…

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TV Zone #175, May 2004 TV Zone #175, May 2004
(Reference #T175)

Features
Angel Star David Boreanaz talks to us about the big changes undergone by the characters in Season Five, his directorial début on the show, and his work on upcoming movie The Crow: Wicked Prayer
Plus…
Angel
Star Amy Acker chats with us about life as Wolfram & Hart’s resident boffin, and hints at some big changes in the air for Winnifred Burke…
Andromeda Gordon Michael Woolvett tells us about his latest season as engineer Seamus Harper, and making his writing début on the show.

Regulars
Flashback Space:1999 The crew of Moonbase Alpha stumble across an expedition which has unearthed the secret of immortality – but first they have to survive dry ice, behind the scenes problems and the VOICE of Brian Blessed …
Episode Guide Enterprise From the after-effects of the Shockwave to the first venture into The Expanse, we present our full episode guide to the second season of the NX-01’s voyages
Deep Thought A little light relief in this issue, as we examine the importance of title sequences in Cult TV…
Retro We take a look at some of the best shows running on the new Cult TV satellite channel FX
Primetime on Mad Mad House, with regular TV reviews (30 episodes!), merchandise reviews, news and much more…

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TV Zone #174, April 2004 TV Zone #174, April 2004
(Reference #T174)

Features
Star Trek: Enterprise Dominic Keating on life as the NX-01’s resident action man, the Xindi story arc and what we can expect from Season Three
Andromeda Laura Bertram chats with us about the radical transformations undergone by her character Trance Gemini.
Frasier As Seattle’s favourite psychiatrist prepares to hang up his headphones for the last time, the cast and crew look back over the past 11 years.
Flashback The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Holmes heads for his iconic confrontation at the Reichenbach Falls, as we conclude our look at the making of the classic Granada series.

Regulars
Retro We cast our eye over the new Cult TV satellite channel FX
Episode Guide Buffy The Vampire Slayer The last battle between the forces of Good and Evil looms, in our complete episode guide to the seventh and final season
Deep Thought Continuing our search to find Cult TV’s ultimate questions. This issue we examine the issue of Time travel, and ask: is it possible to change History?
Primetime on Deadwood, with regular TV reviews (26 episodes!), merchandise reviews, news and much more…

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TV Zone #173, March 2004 TV Zone #173, March 2004
(Reference #T173)

Features
Angel
• Andy Hallett steps out from Lorne’s unmistakably green make-up to give us the lowdown on life as a demon
• Series creator Joss Whedon tells all about the 100th episode…
Enterprise John Billingsley reveals the ins and outs of his role as Doctor Phlox, and his thoughts thus far on the latest series…
Mutant X We sit down with the lovely Karen Cliche to set about demystifying her mysterious and striking new character Lexa Pierce…
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
• Uncover further mysteries of the classic series, as our episode guide inspects Seasons 5 and 6…
• In Flashback We snoop sleuthily through the creation of a television gem…
Friends The last ever episode! We bid a sad but fond farewell to our chums of the last Ten years… But it’s merely an arrivederci in Mr Tribbiani’s case – we get all the goss on upcoming spin-off Joey!

Regulars
Deep Thought This month we explore the ‘special relationship’ between the UK and the USA in the cold glow of television. Should America’s ‘questionable’ foreign policy affect our love for their Cult TV?
Primetime on Threat Matrix, with regular TV reviews (26 episodes!), merchandise reviews, news and much more…

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TV Zone #172, February 2004 TV Zone #172, February 2004
(Reference #T172)

Features
Stargate SG-1
• It seems that love is in the air for Major Samantha Carter, as her real life alter-ego Amanda Tapping talks to us about filming of the latest series of the hit Sci-Fi show…
• Set decorators Mark and Robert Davidson explain how a blank canvas is transformed into a scene from the hit Sci-Fi series.
Six Feet Under We go digging and unearth some changes in store for the latest series…
Flashback: The Lord of the Rings We conclude our journey through the many radio adaptations of Tolkien’s classic with Radio 4’s epic 1981 production.
Babylon 5 Creator J Michael Straczynski concludes his reminiscences on the making of his groundbreaking series as a critical cast member suddenly pulls out…
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Our complete episode guide to Seasons One to Four of Baker Street’s classic detective.

Regulars
Deep Thought Continuing our search to find Cult TV’s ultimate questions. This issue we ask what is Spy-Fi and why is it all the rage?
Retro Our history of television continues with a look at the colourful capers of Top Cat.
Primetime on Miss Match, with regular TV reviews (23 episodes!) and merchandise reviews, news and still more…

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TV Zone #171, January 2004 TV Zone #171, January 2004
(Reference #T171)

Features
Charmed Head writer and Executive Producer Brad Kern explains all about the three parts of Season Six, while Eric Dane, who plays the millionaire Jason Dean, talks to us about his exciting role as Phoebe’s new boss – and love interest…
Firefly Creator Joss Whedon explains what he feels went wrong with his Sci-Fi Western and talks about the show's imminent afterlife in the form of a DVD release.
Flashback: The Lord of the Rings Peter Jackson may be stunning the world with his film trilogy, but the land of Middle-earth has been recreated on radio many times. Join us on a two-part journey through the audio realizations of Tolkien’s imagination.
Doctor Who at 40 It's the end… We look at Seasons Twenty-Five and Twenty-Six, with Sylvester McCoy’s Doctor facing his silver nemesis and the show reaches its journey’s end… for now.
Babylon 5 J Michael Straczynski continues his memoirs with the first part of his Season Five memories, which was overshadowed by cast confusion and crucial ideas being thrown out…
Regulars
Deep Thought Continuing our search to find Cult TV’s ultimate questions. This issue we look at gay, Asian and religious stereotypes and ask if Homer Simpson is offensive to Americans.
Retro Our history of television continues in the Sixties with a look at Dr Kildare, Ben Casey and Cain’s Hundred, amongst others…
Primetime on Angels in America, with regular TV reviews (38 episodes!) and merchandise reviews, news and still more…

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