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Issue #92 • ships from Apr 24 2003
News-stand Price UK £3.50 / US $6.99


MI5's top spies are back in action, and we were on set to find out what's in store!
Creator David Wolstencroft and stars Matthew MacFadyen, David Oyelowo, Peter Firth and Shauna MacDonald discuss topicality, annoying the French, romance on the Grid and boilling oil.

• The second phase of British Sci-Fi/Fantasy's revival comes with John Strange, a defrocked priest who hunts down and stops demons. Co-star Samantha Janus talks from the set.

The Dead ZoneThe Dead Zone
• Star Anthony Michael Hall looks back on the first half of Season Two and explains the reasons behind his characterization choices for the dubiously 'gifted' Johnny Smith.

Goodies are backThe Goodies
• A little special treat this month, as we celebrate the launch of The Goodies on DVD by chatting with all three of the boys, who explain that the show isn't just giant kittens.

Buffy The Vampire Slayer
• This month's villain is the delectable yet despicable Glory, aka Clare Kramer. She might look gorgeous, but she hits harder than most other foes Buffy's faced… and in heels too!

• Luke who's in this issue! Yes, Jeremiah himself, Luke Perry, stops his wanderings for a few moments in order to provide some tantalizing hints about what's in store in the second season of the post-apocalyptic drama.

Instant Guide
  • Birds of Prey
    Batman might have abandoned New Gotham, but a team of new protectors have arrived to take his place! Meet Oracle, Huntress and Dinah.
Times Past
  • The troublesome problem of gifted children. Would you like one? Are they a good idea? What would you get them to do if they had special powers? Our regular reviewer brings you the answers to these questions and less by having a look at Taken and Alias.
Out of the Box
  • The listings for May bring a smattering of new shows, including Firefly and Birds of Prey, plus new channel CNX!
You Should Be Watching…
  • Malcolm in the Middle
    Returning to the BBC for more mischievous mayhem, we give you a grounding in how to survive life with three loopy children.
The Guest List
  • Paul Wasilewski talks about being Lex Luthor's brother in Smallville's Prodigal, while Peter Kent turns all nasty in Stargate SG-1.
File Under…
  • Stargate SG-1
    We examine the first appearance of one of Earth's greatest allies, a race of symbiotic aliens who hold the key to Carter's father's survival in Season Two's epic two-parter The Tok'ra.
News - behind the screens
  • DVD heaven for UK viewers
  • The return of missing Adam Adamant Lives!
  • Thunderbirds auctioned
  • Buffy finale rumours, and the shows that will be back next year.
Out of the Sack
  • This issue we answer another load of readers' letters, but as they're all asking about when Charmed will be released on video and DVD, it won't take long. If you have any questions that don't mention Charmed at all, please send them to: [email protected]

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