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Special Issue #39 • ships from May 31 2006
News-stand Price UK £3.99 / US $7.99

Doctor Who

• Cross-coverage with TV Zone continues as we take an in-depth look at The Impossible Planet with director James Strong

Christopher JudgeStargate SG-1
• Ten years of playing Teal'c, and Christopher Judge has never been happier. We find out from him how his character is changing again in the new season

Victor Webster and Marnette PattersonCharmed
• As the series comes to an end, we track down two of the major players in the show's final days for a chat: Victor Webster, aka Coop, and Marnette Patterson, who plays Christy

Kelsey Grammer and Patricia ArquetteMedium
• The man who will always be Frasier, Kelsey Grammer, aka series producer and now guest star, talks about the series, and about his blue role in X-Men: The Last Stand

Harry Potter
• As the fifth film in the series gets underway, we take a look at how the movies have grown up with the characters over the years

Times Past
  • They've been all over the press, but was Doctor Who's much-hyped Rise of the Cybermen good enough to warrant the attention? Our regular reviewer looks at that and Battlestar Galactica

Out of the Box
  • The second half of June comes under the microscope in our listings section; the first half can be found in Cult Times #129

You Should Be Watching…
  • How I Met Your Mother
    Have you met Ted? He's on a quest to find the perfect woman, but who will she be? We introduce the new US comedy that's reminiscent of Friends

Building a Better Genre Show
  • Part VI
    Nothing brings in the punters like a spot of goold old-fashioned violence and death. But is it always a good thing in a genre show? We look at the pros and cons of threatening the lives of your characters

News – behind the screens
  • Rumours abound of Christopher Eccleston becoming The Prisoner
  • Renewals and cancellations from the US
  • The Sci-Fi Channel lets its audience choose its new series
  • The return of Robin Hood
  • and more!

Out of the Sack
  • Wondering what to do with your time? Why not write us a nice letter? Our e-mail address is [email protected]

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