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Cult Times #39, December 1998 Cult Times #39, December 1998
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Star Trek: Voyager – Roxann Dawson shares stories of the lost starship's B'Elanna Torres. Plus The Next Generation's LeVar Burton on Geordi's career and his own directing. Babylon 5's Bill Mumy (Lennier) on his dramatic exit. Highlander: The Raven – Elizabeth Gracen on taking the lead. Plus Robert Trebor on being the wily Salmoneus to Xena and Hercules, Instant Guide to Stargate SG-1, The X-Files' Anasazi trilogy in File Under, and free Klingon / The Raven posters.
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Cult Times #38, November 1998 Cult Times #38, November 1998
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Doctor Who – 35th anniversary, with the series' phenomenon and 10 landmark stories examined. Plus – all the TV Doctors in our wraparound cover/pull-out poster. Star Trek: TNG – Marina Sirtis on the movies' lighter side of Deanna Troi. J Michael Straczynski on moving on from Babylon 5 to Crusade. Instant Guide to V. Highlander: The Raven – Paul Johannson, the leading man famous for drinking Diet Coke, on being The Raven's consort.
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Cult Times #37, October 1998 Cult Times #37, October 1998
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Star Trek boldly going: William Shatner on Tek War and Kirk's death, Leonard Nimoy prospers out of Spock living long. File Under classic – Doctor Who's Tomb of the Cybermen. Get Carter: the X-Files' creator Chris interviewed on both the series and movie. Babylon 5's Richard Biggs pays a house call as Dr. Stephen Franklin. New Due South: Ramona Milano – Ray Vecchio's sister Francesca – on season 3. Instant Guide to 3rd Rock From The Sun. TV listings now include UK digital channels.
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Cult Times #36, September 1998 Cult Times #36, September 1998
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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Terry Farrell is host for our discussing Jadzia Dax's departure, plus pictures. US Cult TV – the new season, including Highlander: The Raven. The X-Files – Dean Haglund on his role as Lone Gunmen Langly. Babylon 5 – Michael O'Hare on Commander Jeffrey Sinclair's lost time and short stay. LEXX's Dark Zone appreciated as its Sci-Fi Channel run begins. Instant Guide to yesterday's Tomorrow People. 'Die Bart Die' – Terror for The Simpsons as Sideshow Bob returns.
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Cult Times #35, August 1998 Cult Times #35, August 1998
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The X-Files: Gillian Anderson on Dana Scully, and whether to welcome or Fight The Future. Babylon 5: So long, farewell – Claudia Christian talks about Susan Ivanova's leaving, plus pictures, and feature on pilot episode The Gathering. Star Trek: Voyager – Fold-out poster, plus Tim Russ as Vulcan Tuvok on being lost in space. Bugs: Steve Houghton joins for season four as a new Ed. A Quinn Mallory Production: Sliders' star Jerry O'Connell considers four years of alternatives, plus poster.
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Cult Times #34, July 1998 Cult Times #34, July 1998
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Babylon 5: Jerry Doyle on Garibaldi with pictures plus In The Beginning poster and overview. The X-Files: Season 5 episode guide, The End poster, Hey Big Spender – Chris Owens on the newest guy at the FBI. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – principal Ferengi Armin Shimerman on life as Quark. The Vanishing Man: Lucy Akhurst as Alice Grant discusses the man who's never there. Sliders: attention! – Kari Wuhrer gives name, rank and number on Captain Maggie Beckett. Instant Guide to South Park.
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Cult Times #33, June 1998 Cult Times #33, June 1998
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Readers' choice of the best of Cult TV revealed. Babylon 5: Julie Caitlin Brown on leather-clad lizard Na'Toth, plus pictures. Highlander: goodbye Duncan, hello Amanda, as one series ends, and another begins. Invasion Earth: BBC's great Sci-Fi hope previewed. Star Trek: Voyager – A woman's place: Kate Mulgrew talks about Captain Kathryn Janeway and season four. The Next Generation: series closer All Good Things reconsidered in File Under. Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Instant Guide.
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Cult Times #32, May 1998 Cult Times #32, May 1998
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First new look issue. Babylon 5: Ed Wasser as Shadow man Morden on being bad, whilst Mira Furlan discusses being good In The Beginning as Delenn, plus pictures. Earth: Final Conflict – actress Leni Parker on being Da'an the man. Due South – Season 3 is welcomed with a preview, Paul Gross interview and Callum Keith Rennie profile. Psi-Factor: an overview for the Sci-Fi channel premier. Doctor Who: File Under adjudicates over The Trial of a Time Lord. Sliders: an Instant Guide.
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Cult Times #31, April 1998 Cult Times #31, April 1998
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Star Trek: Voyager – Jeri Ryan as Seven of Nine finds it futile to resist an interview. Earth: Final Conflict – Von Flores talks about Ronald Sandoval, another Sci-Fi FBI agent. Sliders: Tracy Tormι on season 3's slide into action adventure. Babylon 5: man with a plan J Michael Straczynski speaks as the series completes, the original season arc is considered. Sleepwalkers: a look at a series cut short. The X-Files: Aubrey profiled. Stargate SG-1's British premiere previewed. Beauty And The Beast: Instant Guide.
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Cult Times #30, March 1998 Cult Times #30, March 1998
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The X-Files: season 5 preview with pictures, plus Season 2's Firewalker and Red Museum considered. Doctor Who: Peter Davison on life as the 5th Doctor, plus a look at his stories. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – a made to measure interview with Andrew Robinson as Garak. Highlander: Going to live forever – Peter Wingfield speaks about his role as the immortal Methos. News on awards for The X-Files, Xena's musical episode and Jeri Ryan in Scorpion II. Instant Guide to Quantum Leap.
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Cult Times #29, February 1998 Cult Times #29, February 1998
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Star Trek: TNG – Patrick Stewart as Captain Picard discusses the films, plus seasons 1-3 guide. Earth: Final Conflict – Richard Chevolleau uploads his views on cyber-guru William Boone. Deepwater Black: Gordon Michael Woolvett and Nicole Deboer interview. Babylon 5: Jason Carter talks about Ranger Marcus Cole, plus season 5 preview. The X-Files: Howard Gordon on scripting. Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Man with demons Xander Harris is revealed by Nicholas Brendon. Bugs: an Instant Guide.


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Cult Times #28, January 1998 Cult Times #28, January 1998
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Xena: Warrior Princess: strapping lass Lucy Lawless interviewed as season three begins. Millenium: Glen Morgan and James Wong discuss being the brothers grim, plus season one guide. Babylon 5: Jeff Conaway talks security as Zack Allan. Space Island One: As the series premiers on Sky, Julia Bremmerman considers her portrayal of Harry Eschenbach. The X-Files: Duane Barry and Ascension reviewed. Earth: Final Conflict – Lisa Howard on her role as Lili Marquette. An Instant Guide to Star Trek.


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