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A brand new look for TV Zone !

Enterprise's new Doctor
• As the new, unbranded Star Trek series gets off to a flying start (see in-depth review in issue), we talk to John Billingsley who plays the ship's quirky alien medic, Doctor Phlox. Plus: If you're feeling a bit lost with yet another starship Enterprise in the skies, our guide to the new series and new crew will help you out

James Marsters as Spike Buffy the Vampire Slayer
"Spike's not good. He's just hot for Buffy." James Marsters tells us why he loves playing the most evil vampire in Sunnydale and why he wouldn't harm a hair on Buffy's head.
Plus: A guide to Season Three of Buffy and the chance to win it all on DVD! (competition & review in issue)

Vic, Bob & Emmy on locationRandall & Hopkirk (Deceased)
• What's this? A British made fantasy series that's not only good but back for its second series? We investigate on set with Vic Reeves, Bob Mortimer, Emilia Fox and Tom Baker

Shiri Appleby, Roswell's Liz ParkerRoswell
• "(Liz) realized that she wasn't a little girl anymore..." Shiri Appleby tells us why going out with an alien is much more stressful than your average relationship.
Plus: Executive Producer Jason Katims looks back at Season 2 and forward to Season 3 of the alien drama

Urban Gothic
• Mind the Blood and Guts! Producers Tom de Ville and Steve Matthews chat about the bloodiest show on TV, back for a new 9-part series in Channel 5. Make sure you have your dinner well afterwards...

• The story behind the crazy creatures of the Farscape universe: Jamie Courtier, from the Henson company's legendary London workshops on the evolution of D'Argo, Rygel and Zh'aan - complete with early designs!

• Unfinished monkey business? As the blonde beauty returns for Season 2 of the Jungle caper, Gena Lee Nolin tells us about monkeys and loin cloths

  • PLUS!
    TV Reviews •
    A brand-new look and a more up-to-date agenda, with the Angel Season 3 premiere, Dark Angel Season 2 premiere and Enterprise and Smallville's first ever episodes!
  • Merchandise includes:
    DVD box sets for The Avengers and Buffy The Vampire Slayer (Season 3); a Captain Scarlet book; Doctor Who books, videos and audio releases; Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) Companion and DVD set; a Virgin Roswell guide, a Titan Stargate SG-1 guide and Whistle and I'll Come to You on DVD
  • News • A comprehensive look at all the new series and new shows starting this Autumn, and the latest stories...
  • TV Focus An easier to use and more detailed look at the next month's Cult TV
  • Primetime • The Education of Max Bickford starring Richard Dreyfuss
  • Fantasy Flashback • due to return next month
  • Letters Page • Your letters and comments

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