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Issue #103 • ships from Mar 18 2004
News-stand Price UK £3.50 / US $6.99


24

• Can Jack Bauer continue setting the world to rights for years to come? We examine the greatness and the pitfalls of 24, and make some suggestions about how it could change for the better.

CharmingCharmed
• Writer Krista Vernoff explains the problems caused by little baby Wyatt, why she likes to write for all the Charmed Ones at once, and her reasons for leaving the show for Wonderfalls.

The castTru Calling
• Executive producer and creator Jon Harmon Feldman talks us through the creation of the Groundhog Day-esque Eliza Dushku vehicle in which Tru Davies goes back in Time.

Robert David HallCSI: Crime Scene Investigation
• Star Robert David Hall expresses his delight at being part of one of the biggest US crime shows, and how pleased he is with his character.

Times Past
  • It's always hard starting a new job, but never more so than when you've recently been infected by nanites, as Jake 2.0's Jake Foley discovers. Our regular reviewer looks at how Jake, 24's Jack Bauer and the crew of Hustle deal with their difficult daily lives.

Out of the Box
  • Every last scintilla of information about all the Cult TV viewing for April.

You Should Be Watching…
  • Black Books
    Loopy book store owner Bernard Black opens his doors once again, as Dylan Moran, Bill Bailey and Tamsin Greig star in Channel 4's quirky comedy.

File Under…
  • The Lone Gunmen
    Their spin-off show may have been short-lived, but it had its share of high quality episodes. We take an in-depth look at Tango de Los Pistoleros.

News - behind the screens
  • Joss Whedon has mixed fortunes with Firefly and Angel

  • Doctor Who's writers announced

  • The cast for Stargate: Atlantis is revealed

  • Mister Ed and Lost in Space get a new lease of life

Out of the Sack
  • This month, it seems the editor's been wrong about a lot of TV. If you've spotted further instances of his foolishness, why not e-mail: [email protected]

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