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Issue #112 • ships from Dec 16 2004
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• The incredible Peacekeeper Wars mini-series finally appears on UK TV! We start the celebrations with an interview with director Brian Henson, one of the men who's been determinedly campaigning for the show's return

Brian KrauseCharmed
• He had a pretty full life, but his afterlife is becoming just as traumatic. The angelic Brian Krause tells us about the changes in store for Leo in Season Seven

Poppy MontgomeryWithout a Trace
• We join the FBI's Missing Persons Unit and talk to Poppy Montgomery about her role as Agent Samantha Spade on the massively popular New York-based crime drama

Jamie BamberBattlestar Galactica
• The all-new series has an all-new Apollo. Jamie Bamber speaks about meeting the original, why he's not getting romantic liaisons and his hope that the series runs and runs

Arrested Development
• Fresh from Ally McBeal, Portia de Rossi speaks about the role she believes is her best yet, as the spoilt younger sibling of Michael Bluth, heir to the Bluth banana fortune

• As the series finally reappears in the UK, we catch up with Laura Bertram to find out how playing Trance Gemini has changed in the show's fifth and final year

Times Past
  • We take a look at the rise of quirky shows, from The Smoking Room and Monkey Dust to Peep Show

Out of the Box
  • Your complete guide to everything that's on in January

You Should Be Watching…
  • Little Britain
    Wannabe ladies, talkative Bristolian girls, people fighting the flab: it's a packed life if you live in the world of the bizarre comedy series

File Under…
  • Red Dwarf
    We take a glance at an ofter overlooked episode from its third season: the Rimmer and Lister two-hander in which the pair find themselves Marooned

The Guest List
  • Barclay Hope commands the Prometheus in Stargate SG-1, while Gildart Jackson meets up with the Atlantis team

News – behind the screens
  • Stargate SG-1 goes up against Star Trek

  • Alias gains a new regular cast member and set-up

  • 24 becomes available via mobile phone

  • and Sea of Souls returns for more paranormal investigations

Out of the Sack
  • If you feel that not enough people share your opinions on Charmed, Without a Trace or other Cult TV shows, why not write in to us and express your opinion, at: [email protected]

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