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Issue 148 • ships Feb 14 • UK £3.40 / US $5.99

The TV Zone Readers' Awards
• Announcing the results of the poll published in our 2001 Yearbook. Who are our readers' favourite actors? Which episodes do they rate most highly? Which Star Trek series reigns supreme? From Farscape to Buffy, find out what you thought was the best (and worst) in Cult Television from a 2001 perspective

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Enterprise's Anthony Montgomery as TravisEnterprise
• Anthony Montgomery chats about playing the young 'happy helmsman', Ensign Travis – who's quite used to Space travel yet still more than a little enthusiastic, in Enterprise

Peter Cushing as Sherlock HolmesSherlock Holmes
• As the 1968 BBC version of Hound of the Baskervilles finds its way onto DVD, we take a look at this acclaimed adaptation of Conan Doyle, starring the great Peter Cushing

Stargate SG-1: Bra'tac and Teal'c in Family, a Gereghty favouriteStargate SG-1
• A third generation director? Veteran Bill Gereghty never wanted to get behind the camera as a kid, but has no regrets about directing some of Stargate's finest episodes

Farscape
• D'Argo actor Anthony Simcoe looks back on the last three years inside the latex suit and discusses the evolution of the character and the series' future direction

Xena: Warrior Princess
• Continuing our full and comprehensive guide to the series, here's the second part of the adventures of Xena and Gabrielle. This issue, Seasons Three and Four

Fantasy Flashback
• In tribute to the late Stanley Unwin, we dust off Gerry Anderson's underrated Secret Service. The first episode, A Case for the Bishop, sets the scene for 'Father' Stanley Unwin's escapades

Primetime
• It's spy vs. spy in Alias, the hot ABC show whose star Jennifer Garner just won a Golden Globe. We hear from Garner and series supremo JJ Abrams about creating the upside-down double-life of college grad student Sydney Bristow

• PLUS! Free disc-sized booklet with the first part of our guides to Babylon 5, and Doctor Who on DVD...

TV Reviews – over 35 new episodes from...

  • Andromeda Season Two
  • Angel Season Three
  • Babylon 5: Legend of the Rangers
  • Buffy Season Six
  • Charmed Season Four
  • Dark Angel Season Two
  • Earth: Final Conflict Season Five
  • Enterprise Season One
  • Farscape Season Three
  • LEXX Season Four
  • Mutant X Season One
  • Roswell Season Three
  • Smallville Season One
  • Stargate SG-1 Season Five (final six episodes)
  • The X-Files Season Nine

• All this new merchandise too...

  • Doctor Who Novels:
    Anachrophobia and Palace of the Red Sun
  • Doctor Who CDs:
    Excelis Dawns and Invaders from Mars
  • Spaced DVD: Season Two
  • Star Trek novel: Genesis Wave II
  • Transformers DVD: Original Series, Vol.One
  • The Twilight Zone DVD: Volumes 27-28
  • UFO book The Screenplays Volume I

We're working to bring you more online content in 2002 across visimag.com. Keep checking back for updates!

  • News • Mulder to return for X-Files end? Doctor Who updates. Obituary: Stanley Unwin. Roswell to be Axed? The Buffy/Angel crossover question. Odo and Neelix actors to appear in Enterprise. Poor ratings for Babylon 5 TV movie. More Andromeda Upheaval. Quantum Leap to return? Plus more TV news
  • Deep Thought • Exploring the more complex ideas behind Cult TV. This month, Stars and Stripes: the strange similarities between US foreign policy and the worlds of Star Trek and Babylon 5...
  • TV Focus • For all UK viewers' genre needs, a detailed guide to the month ahead (to 15 Mar)
  • In the Shops • our merchandise guide to February and March releases
  • Memory Alpha • Your questions answered: the creepy Escape into Midnight, Herbie the TV Series and the little known Seeing Things
  • Letters Page • Where your views count!

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The Henson Company, Paramount Pictures, BBC Worldwide, Showtime / MGM

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