Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars
As the hit show bounces back from its premature cancellation for a four-hour mini-series, we talk to producer David Kemper and find out that the story’s just beginning…
Plus! Paul Goddard chats about stepping back into his role as mad, metal-plated mystic Stark
Vampires, witches, lesbians… hmm, sounds familiar? The stars of Sky One’s new Supernatural drama series make it quite clear they’re not rehashing a show about a certain Vampire Slayer…
Battlestar Galactica 2004
Aaron Douglas talks about his role as crew chief Tyler, expanded from a two-line part into a full role. After all, he's the one who keeps Starbuck’s spaceship ship-shape…
The West Wing
Will they, won’t they? Stars Bradley Whitford and Janel Maloney tell how the platonic relationship between White House staffers Josh and Donna may blossom…
Plus! Bartlett, Kerry and Bush – we take an irreverent look at the Presidential candidates…
Tanner on Tanner
We chat with film auteur Robert Altman about how he resurrected his fictional Presidential candidate Jack Tanner – and how the original Tanner ’88 is just as relevant now as it was then.
With production on the series proceeding apace, we present our second photo report on the making of the new series, with exclusive pictures! This issue, the Doctor and companion Rose pop back to Victorian times and meet Charles Dickens – played by none other than Über-thesp Simon Callow…
Flashback Ripping Yarns
What-ho! We take a look back at Terry Jones and Michael Palin’s spiffing follow-up to Monty Python’s Flying Circus in the first of a wizard two-part feature. Pip pip!
Episode Guide Tru Calling
Morgue attendant Tru Davies finds herself travelling back in Time to save the lives of her stiffs. We present our complete guide to the first season of the high-concept show starring Buffy’s Eliza Dushku.
We cast our eyes over NBC’s new series set in Los Angeles International Airport, and find out why, with 50 million travellers passing through LAX each year, it’s an ideal crucible for drama.
This issue, take a look at longevity in Cult TV, and ask why some shows get stuck in a rut when others go from strength to strength…
Our continuing history of television reaches the 1963-64 season, as we cast our eyes over My Favorite Martian and The Bill Dana Show.