issue 131 ships from 14 Sept 2000 UK £3.25 / US $5.99 FEATURE NEWS REVIEWS

in this issue of TV Zone:

• Kevin Sorbo is back! We take an exclusive sneak peak at this new Gene Roddenberry show starring the former Hercules, and talk to executive producer Robert Hewitt Wolfe about life on the Andromeda Ascendant and the crew working alongside Sorbo's Dylan Hunt

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Cade Foster, always in danger...First Wave
• Star Sebastian Spence talks to TV Zone on a recent London visit. Plus the series' costume designer Vicky Mulholland shows us the ins and outs of extraterrestrial outfitting

Orb problems making a point in Message in a BottleStargate SG-1
• David Warry-Smith looks back at some of his best playtimes ever, directing episodes ranging from There But for the Grace of God to A Hundred Days via Message in A Bottle and more

Angel and Cordelia ChaseAngel
• Executive producer David Greenwalt weighs up the vampire detective's début season (now on UK terrestrial), and reveals what to expect during the second season

Buffy the Vampire Slayer
• In our regular meet-up with Sunnydale's finest writers, we chat to Marti Noxon, the person responsible for bringing much pain into the show (and a lot of pleasure)

Relic Hunter
All-British hero Christien Anholt tells us about his character Nigel Bailey’s rapid education in the art of heroism, alongside Tia Carrere!

Bionic Woman
Lindsay Wagner, one member of the original nuclear-powered family, breaks her silence on her bionic role

Fantasy Flashback
Sixties puppet nostalgia, from a time when a manned mission to the Sun to collect a sample seemed like a good idea, in Thunderbirds: Sun Probe.

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    Reviews • The most authoritative and up-to-date look at tv episodes and related merchandise around. Including the latest Doctor Who and Star Trek releases, plus a companionable Farscape book, Thunderbirds on DVD and Roobarb on video
  • Our acclaimed News (Headlines available) digests events in and around the TV Zone. Plus going from tv to movie and back again, we take a peek at the new Y2K-compliant Fugitive in this issue’s Primetime!
  • Memory Alpha • answers more of your posed queries about Cult Television of the past and present. This month, getting the Hill Street Blues, getting washed-up with The Beachcombers and Timeslip
  • Letters Page • goes all topical by locking the staff in a cupboard for a prize, with people getting evicted each week. Welcome to our game of ‘Overly-Large Male Sibling’!

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