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Special Issue #38 • ships from May 3 2006
News-stand Price UK £3.99 / US $7.99

Coverage continuesDoctor Who
Episode-by-Episode

• We chat to director Euros Lyn about overseeing The Girl in the Fireplace, which sees the Doctor, Rose and Mickey taking on advanced clockwork robots!

Beau Bridges as Major General LandryStargate SG-1
• Stargate Command's head honcho Major General Landry, aka Beau Bridges, takes time out to discuss his approach to the role and what's coming in Season 10

Lost guideLost
• Can't tell Charlie from Locke? Want to know who's recently given birth and who is a convicted criminal? Then our who's who guide is there to help you!

Alias
• Kevin Weisman explains how he's further demonstrating his technical brilliance in the guise of Marshall Flinkman, provider of vital gadgetary to super-spy Sydney Bristow

Ghost Whisperer
• Creator and executive producer John Gray introduces us to Melinda Gordon (Jennifer Love Hewitt), a young newlywed who tries to help the dead cross over

Times Past
  • What else could have caught our reviewer's eye but Doctor Who? We examine opening episode New Earth and find out if it was overhyped nonsense, superlative entertainment or something in between

Out of the Box
  • The second half of May is fully covered in our listings section; the first half can be found in Cult Times #128

You Should Be Watching…
  • The Street
    Writer Jimmy McGovern's new show goes behind the scenes on a quiet street to show that domesticity is anything but dull…

Building a Better Genre Show
  • Part IV
    It's hard to believe true-blue heroes who can't put a foot wrong. The solution? Genre shows must feature flawed heroes to really grab our attention

News – behind the screens
  • Smallville
  • Will the leads will stay on Doctor Who?
  • ITV's new Sci-Fi show Primæval moves closer to launch
  • Life on Mars is shipped to the States for a remake

Out of the Sack
  • Comments about the issue? Things you need to confess to the nation? Our e-mail address is [email protected]

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All other contents © Visual Imagination 2006. Not for reproduction

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