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Cult Times #87, December 2002 Cult Times #87, December 2002
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Features:
Star Trek : For a decade Rick Berman has overseen everything Trek, but he's taking a more active role than ever at the moment, scripting Enterprise episodes and preparing Star Trek: Nemesis for the cinema screen. We get a sneak peek at what's in store.
Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Writer Jane Espenson is pulling double duty on Buffy and Firefly. How is she coping and are her plans for Season Seven?
Jeremiah: A set report featuring cast and crew, including star Luke Perry.
Witchblade: Executive producer, writer and director Ralph Hemecker reveals why it's not quite back to square one for Sara Pezzini…
Mutant X: Actor John Shea explains that there are more changes in store for leader Adam Kane.
Regulars:
Instant Guide: Witchblade Times Past: A glimpse of the future from The Dead Zone, and the startling news that swearing is both big and clever, especially in new arrival Odyssey 5 Out of the Box : December’s UK Cult Television programme listings The Guest List : Kristen Dalton agrees to dinner as we ask her about her Dead Zone appearances, while frequent Sci-Fi guest star Andrew Jackson relives his experiences on Charmed's That '70s Episode. File Under: The Simpsons
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Cult Times #86, November 2002 Cult Times #86, November 2002
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Features:
Angel: Stars David Boreanaz and Alexis Denisof, Angel and Wesley respectively, talk about their lives on- and off-set.
Stargate SG-1: Amanda Tapping looks back over six years of travels through the gate and gets sad that it will soon be all over.
The Dead Zone: John Bruno on his character Sheriff Walt Bannerman.
The Chronicle: Chad Willett on playing journalist Tucker Barns.
Odyssey 5: We've managed to get hold of Sebasatian Roché, the actor who portrays woman-crazy scientific genius Dr Kurt Mendel.
Regulars:
Instant Guide: The Chronicle Times Past: Returning to the world of Stargate SG-1, our regular looks at the Daniel vs Jonas debate and decides to make up his own mind…Out of the Box : November’s UK Cult Television programme listings The Guest List : Enterprise's John Billingsley guest stars in Stargate SG-1, while Joseph Will gets trapped in slimy goo in Enterprise episode Vox Sola. File Under: Doctor Who
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Cult Times #85, October 2002 Cult Times #85, October 2002
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Features:
Farscape: Commandant Grayza (Rebecca Riggs) tells us just how nasty she is. Plus! The latest news of the show's cancellation.
Angel: Charisma Carpenter talks about her role as Cordelia Chase.
Roswell: As the final episode transmits on Sky 1, we catch up with series star Shiri Appleby.
The X-Files: Executive producer Chris Carter looks back over the final days of his creation
Witchblade: Cast and executive producer Ralph Hemecker discuss Season One
Odyssey 5: Creator Manny Coto talks about how he came up with the series
Regulars:
Instant Guide: Alias Times Past : Our legally-minded reviewer looks at the trial of Fox Mulder in the final episode of The X-Files Out of the Box : October’s UK Cult Television programme listings The Guest List : Earth: Final Conflict's Anita 'Zo'or' La Selva and Kevin 'William Boone' Kilner File Under: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
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Cult Times #84, September 2002 Cult Times #84, September 2002
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Features:
The Dead Zone: Executive producer Michael Piller gives Cult Times the lowdown on his latest genre show.
Stargate SG-1: What newcomer Corin Nemec thinks of the show, his role in it, and the circumstances that led him to join the cast as Jonas Quinn.
24 / Now and Again: Dennis Haysbert chats about playing Palmer in the smash hit drama 24 and his much-missed performance as Dr Theo Morris in Now and Again.
Andromeda: Star Kevin Sorbo, kicks back on set to reveal what he is hoping will happen to Captain Dylan Hunt and his crew in the third season.
Dinotopia: Executive producer Robert Halmi and the creators of this mini-series, now working on a full season, provide a tour of the continent of Dinotopia
Regulars:
Instant Guide: Wolf Lake Times Past : Journalists' lives Out of the Box : September’s UK Cult Television programme listings The Guest List : Stargate SG-1's Jason Schombing and Aleks Paunovic File Under: The X-Files
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Cult Times #83, August 2002 Cult Times #83, August 2002
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Features:
Roswell: Majandra Delfino, who plays Maria, looks at her time on the show and how things were going mid-third season.
Farscape: We meet newcomer Raelee Hill, who has joined Moya's crew as technical genius Sikozu.
Andromeda: Gordon Michael Woolvett talks about Harper's sex life, recent events on board the starship Andromeda and his hopes for the future.
Stargate SG-1: Chirpy Teryl Rothery drops by to drop a few hints about the medical miracles she'll be performing in the last season.
Charmed: Executive producer Brad Kern charts the ups, downs and high mortality rates of the members of the Halliwell family as they head towards a fifth year.
Regulars:
Instant Guide: Enterprise Times Past : Alien marriages! Out of the Box : August’s UK Cult Television programme listings The Guest List : Kristen Cloke and Henry Darrow File Under… : Good vs Evil
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Cult Times #82, July 2002 Cult Times #82, July 2002
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Stargate SG-1 – With the final season underway, we look at what's coming up with writer/producer Robert C Cooper. The Lone Gunmen – the mysterious Yves Adele Harlow, aka Zuleikha Robinson on this short-lived X-Files spin-off. Witchblade – Yancy Butler tells us about the second series of the hit that sees her fighting for justice, sword in hand. The Chronicle – This issue's third gorgeous brunette, Rena Sofer, on her role reporting on the weird and wonderful. Instant Guide: The Lone Gunmen – the good, the bad and the geeky: our lowdown on the conspiracy-tinged show. Times Past on the season finales of Dark Angel and Buffy. Out of the Box – full UK cult TV listings for July. The Guest List – Anne-Marie Loder on snogging First Wave's Sebastian Spence, and Martin Rayner on playing Voyager's evil Dr Chaotica. File Under… Buffy The Vampire Slayer – You're Welcome to the Hellmouth, as we revisit day one in Sunnydale.
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Cult Times #81, June 2002 Cult Times #81, June 2002
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The X-Files – With the final season on Sky 1, new recruits Annabeth Gish and Cary Elwes brief us on whose side they're on. Buffy – Anthony Stewart Head hasn't given up his Watcher duties yet: he explains what he's been doing during Season 6. Angel – Wesley's suffered in so many ways while at Angel Investigations. Alexis Denisof says it's someone else's turn for a slapping. The Lost World – Is he one of the hunkiest men in Cult TV? We put some searching questions to Will Snow, aka Lord Roxton. The Man from U.N.C.L.E. – Catch up with a genre icon, as Robert Vaughn lets us in on the secret spy world of Napoleon Solo. Plus Instant Guide to Futurama, Times Past on Angel vs. Buffy, Dark Angel's Brian Jensen on the Guest List, Farscape's Look at the Princess in File Under…, 7 pages of news, and full UK cult listings for June.
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Cult Times #80, May 2002 Cult Times #80, May 2002
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Alias – Starring Jennifer Garner, it's giving Spy-Fi a new lease of life. Creator JJ Abrams reveals how it came about… Smallville – Michael Rosenbaum drops in to chat about playing Lex Luthor and the fun of being bad. Buffy The Vampire Slayer – James Marsters on aiming to produce Macbeth, his musical career and Spike's relationship with Buffy. Andromeda – Lexa Doig, aka the ship herself (and its android version) on the big changes on SkyOne this month. Dark Angel – Martin Cummins on the mysterious world of Ames White, and starring in Poltergeist: The Legacy. Plus Instant Guide to Andromeda; File Under... The X-Files ‘Arcadia’ from Season 6; on the Guest List – John de Lancie in Stargate and Rene Auberjonois in Enterprise; also, Times Past on Enterprise – Can it yet be referred to without the qualifier 'the new Trek'?
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Cult Times #79, April 2002 Cult Times #79, April 2002
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Smallville – Chloe Sullivan, the ace high-school reporter in Clark Kent's hometown, speaks out via actress Allison Mack. Buffy / Angel – Sleepless Joss Whedon hints at events as their seasons progress, and Angel's Mark Lutz on returning as the Groosalugg. Charmed – director Joel Feigenbaum on 3 seasons' work and the change from Prue to Paige. Enterprise – Anthony Montgomery and Linda Park on playing Trek Ensigns. Andromeda – Keith Hamilton Cobb on the state of Tyr Anasazi in mid-Season 2. Freakylinks – co-creator Gregg Hale (Blair Witch), still proud of what it achieved and could have been. Plus: Instant Guide – The Invisible Man: some sights to look out for. Times Past – Our reviewer on sex & drugs & Wiccan roles in recent Charmed and Buffy episodes. The Guest List – Ellen Dubin on Relic Hunter and McKenzie (daughter of Michael) Westmore on Voyager. File Under… – on Witchblade's pilot TV movie.
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Cult Times #78, March 2002 Cult Times #78, March 2002
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Charmed – as sister Paige debuts in the UK, Rose McGowan considers her place in the series; plus an overview of Season 4's first half. Buffy The Vampire Slayer – Meet the trio who plan to take over Sunnydale, etc. Adam Busch, Danny Strong & Tom Lenk all talk Season 6 schemes. Conan Doyle's Lost World – Rachel Blakely discusses three seasons to date and how she enjoys her character's bitchiness. The Invisible Man – Paul Ben-Victor looks back on two years partnering Darien, making coffee and Season 2 difficulties. Outer Limits – on the set of Think Like a Dinosaur with director Jorge Montesi and stars Linnea Sharples, Enrico Colantoni. Plus Instant Guide to Freakylinks, March listings in Out of the Box, Times Past on Stargate SG-1 and Farscape finales, File Under on DSN's Looking for Par'Mach, and an Enterprise double-bill on The Guest List.
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Cult Times #77, February 2002 Cult Times #77, February 2002
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Short Supply
Buffy The Vampire Slayer – Sarah Michelle Gellar on wedding plans, Scooby-Doo, switching networks, plus the joys of slaying. Enterprise – Dominic Keating on being the bizarre role-playing Brit abroad and life on the Enterprise set. Stargate SG-1 – Michael Shanks discusses his departure, future aims and whether Daniel Jackson could return… Farscape – Ben Browder reflects on Season 3's two John Crichtons, writing an episode and becoming a cartoon. Mutant X – Victor Webster sparks off about his character Brennan's superpowers. Dark Angel – JC Mackenzie on why he's fond of playing Max's loopy, irritating boss Normal. Plus Instant Guide to The War Next Door, Times Past on Smallville and newcomer Alias, File Under… on Red Dwarf's stasis, and on The Guest List: Alex Zahara on sleeping on the Stargate SG-1 set, and Brian Leckner on travel in The X-Files.
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Cult Times #76, January 2002 Cult Times #76, January 2002
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Enterprise – Scott Bakula escorts us round the wonderful world of the new Star Trek series. Angel – Newcomer Amy Acker explains the joys and traumas of joining Angel Investigations and explains her Horror past. Buffy The Vampire Slayer – With Season 6 on Sky, we take a spoiler-packed trip towards adulthood with the characters and ponder their fates. Hitch Hikers Guide… – The irrepressible Simon Jones reminisces about the quirks of old friend Douglas Adams. Millennium – Lance Henriksen on three prophetic seasons, a silly X-Files follow-up and his wonderful world of pottery. Dark Angel – Max is back, plus tough-talking flatmate Original Cindy. Find out about Season 2's changes from Valarie Rae Miller. Plus: Instant Guide to Dark Angel, Times Past on the end of Xena, File Under… on Sliders Season 1, and an Enterprise Broken Bow special on The Guest List.
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