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Issue #170 • ships from Nov 13 2003
News-stand Price UK £3.50 / US $6.99

Doctor Who – The Story Continues…

• While a new television series is a significant step closer to becoming a reality, the adventures of the errant Time traveller continue with the BBCi Webcast Scream of the Shalka. Star Richard E Grant tells us about his animated Doctor….

Nanite heroJake 2.0
• Executive producer David Greenwalt introduces the teenage answer to $6,000,000 Man, a boyish geek enhanced by nanites, balancing saving the world with his social life.

Getting outFlashback: Porridge
and Going Straight
• With its latest DVD release, we continue our look back at the Seventies sitcom. This issue we focus on the Christmas specials, the third series and the spin-off.

The Legendary Journeys

• And so we finally come to the end as we conclude our complete episode guide to the legendary series with Seasons Five and Six…

Doctor Who at 40
• We continue with Seasons Twenty-Three and Twenty-Four, as Colin Baker’s Doctor faces his trial and Sylvester McCoy makes his first appearance as the ever more mysterious Time Lord.

Primetime: Las Vegas
• We look at NBC’s new drama starring James Caan, about the inner-workings of an elite surveillance team who maintain the security at the fictionalized Montecito Resort and Casino.

• Our history of television continues with the second part of our look at Boris Karloff’s Thriller.

Deep Thought
• Continuing our search to find Cult TV’s ultimate questions. This issue we ask why we bother watching countless repeats and remakes of classic shows.

  • Happy 40th, Doctor

  • CBS sends Joan of Arcadia a message

  • Cordelia returns to Angel

  • Alias office enlists David Brent

  • Avon exits Blake’s 7 revival

  • Scary moments of Cult TV

  • Two generations of Battlestar Galactica’s Starbuck meet

  • Stars sign up for the seventh season of Charmed

  • The Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy returns to radio

TV Reviews – 21 reviewed!
  • Alchemists of Sound

  • Alias Season 3

  • Andromeda Season 4

  • Angel Season 5

  • Carnivàle Season 1

  • Jeremiah Season 2

  • The Kneale Tapes

  • Mutant X Season 3

  • Smallville Season 3

  • Star Trek: Enterprise Season 3

  • Tarzan Season 1

Merchandise Reviews
  • Alan Partridge
    I’m Alan Partridge Season 2, DVD
    Knowing Me, Knowing You, DVD

  • Auf Wiedersehen Pet
    Liberation, p/bk

  • Doctor Who
    Dalek tin, CD
    Deadline, CD
    Marco Polo, CD
    Master, CD
    The Reign of Terror box set
    The Three Doctors, DVD

  • Have I Got News For You
    Guest Presenters, DVD

  • He-Man and the Masters of the Universe

  • The League of Gentlemen
    Season 3, DVD
    Scripts and That, h/bk

  • The Office
    Season 2, DVD and p/bk

  • Red Dwarf
    Season 3, DVD

  • Survivors
    Season 1, DVD

TV Focus
  • What's on to watch from 14th November to 11th December, 2003

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