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Issue #115 • ships from Mar 24 2005
News-stand Price UK £3.99 / US $7.99

Doctor Who

• With the series finally underway on BBC1, we spoke to executive producer and main writer Russell T Davies about how he set about revamping a genre classic for a 21st Century audience

Scott BakulaStar Trek: Enterprise
• As the Star Trek franchise heads for the end of its current tour of duty, star Scott Bakula looks back on the ups and downs of his time captaining the very first Enterprise

Jorja FoxCSI
• Star Jorja Fox relates the trials and tribulations of the latest season, from her much-publicized sacking to her reinstatement and the changes in the show's set-up this year

Happy family?Family Guy
• As we prepare for long-awaited new episodes of the superb animated antics of Peter Griffin and his family, creator Seth MacFarlane and his team give us a hint of what to expect

Point Pleasant
• Our first visit to Point Pleasant brings a meeting with Taylor Boyd, the man, played by former Melrose Place heart-throb Grant Show, who is determined to make new resident Christina Nickson embrace the devil inside her

Times Past
  • We make a return to Smallville to find little has changed in its fourth year, and studies the conclusions to the latest seasons of Stargates SG-1 and Atlantis
Out of the Box
  • A comprehensive guide to what's on in the month of April
You Should Be Watching…
  • Joey
    There's been much said about Joey not being as good as Friends. We're here to tell people to give it a chance and embrace the adventures of the Tribbiani family!
File Under…
  • Carnivàle
    The most intriguing (or possibly frustrating) series on US TV will soon be returning for its second season; we take a look back to the end of Season One and try to make sense of it all
News – behind the screens
  • J Michael Straczynski has bad news about the future of his version of Star Trek, and a Babylon 5 movie

  • David Boreanaz investigates crimes

  • Quatermass returns, and it's going live once more

  • and we become troubled by the new breed of cartoons, in the shape of Loonatics and Krypto

Out of the Sack
  • Seen the new series of Doctor Who yet? Want to tell us what you think of it? Then why not drop us a line at: [email protected]

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