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Cult Times #123, December 2005 Cult Times #123, December 2005
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Features
Doctor Who We take a look at what's in store for Rose's first adventure with the new tenth Doctor, David Tennant, in The Christmas Invasion
Lost Stars Terry O'Quinn (Locke) and Maggie Grace (Shannon) chat about the mysteries being revealed in Season Two
Threshold Eric Close, who plays the team's youngest member, Martin Fitzgerald, looks at the evolution of his character
Code Name: Eternity Genre veteran Ingrid Kavelaars looks back on her time in the short-lived show in which she played Dr Laura Keating
Battlestar Galactica We discover why Alessandro Juliani's character, Lt Gaeta, has starting bucking authority this year
Hex Joseph Beattie, starring as the grown-up Malachi, demonic son of Azazeal, talks about the perks of being a really nasty piece of work…
The Goodies We dropped by to see the Goodies preparing for their special tv treat coming this Christmas as they Goodies return to their old hide-out

Regulars
Times Past Our regular reviewer checks out the revised Stargate SG-1 and tries to get her head around Carnivàle
Out of the Box Complete Cult TV listings for December, including Christmas and New Year!
You Should Be Watching Rome We wholeheartedly encourage you to check out the astonishing BBC/HBO drama that brings the ancient civilization to life

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Cult Times #122, November 2005 Cult Times #122, November 2005
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Stargate Atlantis We ask the actress who plays Dr Elizabeth Weir, Torri Higginson, what she's been doing to keep life on set interesting
The Dead Zone On Set Interview! Star Chris Bruno reveals what's ahead for Sheriff Walt Bannerman and discusses his first directing assignment for the show
Without a Trace Eric Close, who plays the team's youngest member, Martin Fitzgerald, looks at the evolution of his character
Knightmare We cast a spell to bring back producer Tim Child and overseer Treguard, aka Hugo Myatt, for a chat about the much-loved Children's ITV show
How to Start Your Own Country We meet Danny Wallace, now King Danny I of Lovely, a nation he created to be a sanctuary from the workaday world

Regulars
Times Past The 4400 fails to make an impression on our regular reviewer, but what about the drugs-based comedy series Weeds?
Out of the Box Our complete listings for November, where you can find hot new Sci-Fi show Threshold
You Should Be Watching American Dad The off-the-wall adventures of CIA agent Stan Smith and his long-suffering family

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Cult Times #121, October 2005 Cult Times #121, October 2005
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Lost We speak to star Yunjin Kim about playing Sun, wife of non-English speaking Jin
Stargate SG-1 On Set Interview! We chat to series star Amanda Tapping about her return in episode six and what's coming up
CSI: NY Carmine Giovinazzo, aka CSI Danny Messer, is already well into filming on Season Two, which apparently involves too much running. We find out more…
Firefly We look back on the Joss Whedon Western with star Sean Maher
10th Anniversary We are 10! Yes, this month Cult Times celebrates its 10th anniversary, and to celebrate we take a look at some of its best and worst moments

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Times Past What else could we review this month but the all-pervasive Lost? Our regular reviewer fights her flatmate to see it, and checks in on medical drama Grey's Anatomy for an encore
Out of the Box Look out, the spirits are about! It's Hallowe'en month and the clocks go back, so be prepared…
You Should Be Watching Grey's Anatomy The adventures of a group of new interns and the pressures of their lives in a busy hospital

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Cult Times #120, September 2005 Cult Times #120, September 2005
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Stargate Atlantis David Hewlett, aka Dr Rodney McKay, explains that for the second season he has trouble choosing his favourite moment
Charmed As Season Seven reaches terrestrial TV, actor Brian Krause looks back on the long and complex career of his character Leo
The 4400 Star Joel Gretsch explains why his character is more important than ever in Season Two
Hex On Set Interview! We spoke to Jemima Rooper about returning to the role of the ghostly Thelma
The Dead Zone John L Adams reveals what he's been doing to keep his character, Bruce Lewis , fresh
The Mighty Boosh Creators/writers/stars Noel Fielding and Julian Barratt talk about the new series

Regulars
Times Past Why aren't enough people watching Deadwood?
Out of the Box A big month for fantastic TV, but how to find it? Simple: use our listings section
You Should Be Watching House Learn more about miserly medic Gregory House

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Cult Times #119, August 2005 Cult Times #119, August 2005
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Features
Lost The massive Stateside hit reaches the UK and we hear from star Matthew Fox
Star Trek: Enterprise Executive producer Rick Berman looks back on the final season and gives his thoughts on the last episode and the future of Trek
Wonderfalls Meet Caroline Dhavernas, who, as Niagara Falls gift shop employee Jaye Tyler, finds various inanimate objects suddenly have a lot to say to her
Andromeda Brandy Ledford, who made the role of Doyle her own, looks back on her brief tenure
Medium Glenn Gordon Caron, the show's creator, explains what he hoped to accomplish with the series

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Times Past Law and Order, House and Wonderfalls are the targets for this month's critical observations.
Out of the Box As the the hot weather really kicks in, get a fan, sit in front of the TV and use our listings section to find out what's on in August

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Cult Times #118, July 2005 Cult Times #118, July 2005
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Features
Stargate SG-1 Michael Shanks interview: Far from the show's time being up, he believes it's getting a new start…
Scrubs Donald Faison and Judy Reyes, aka Chris Turk and Carla Espinosa on the show
The Shield Glenn Close joins the series' fourth season as tough-talking Captain Monica Rawling. She explains why she decided to try her hand at series television

Regulars
Times Past Was Revelations truly revelatory? And did the finale of Desperate Housewives live up to expectations?
Out of the Box Your guide to all the Cult TV across terrestrial and satellite in July

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Cult Times #117, June 2005 Cult Times #117, June 2005
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Smallville As the season reaches its blistering climax, we sent our intrepid reporter on set to catch up with cast members on the latest events
Stargate SG-1 Showrunner Robert C Cooper reveals what treats are in store for the revamped, unstoppable Sci-Fi juggernaut.
Alias Star Ron Rifkin, aka Arvin Sloane, explains why he thinks his character continues to confuse the audience about whether he's good or bad
24 Actor Carlos Bernard talks about the return of his character to the series as we try to tease some advance information out of him
Point Pleasant Elisabeth Harnois explains how a good Catholic girl like her managed to be cast as the daughter of the Devil

Regulars
Times Past Our regular reviewer plays doctors and nurses this month by comparing and contrasting the fortunes of ER and Scrubs
Out of the Box Comprehensive listings for all the Cult TV in June
You Should Be Watching… Drawn Together Reality TV is given a new twist as eight familiar-looking TV chararacters are locked in a house to see what they do. The results are… unusual…

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Cult Times #116, May 2005 Cult Times #116, May 2005
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Features:
Alias Producer Jeffrey Bell has worked on The X-Files and Angel, and now he's writing and directing for the increasingly cross-pollinating family and work lives of Sydney Bristow. We find out what's coming up for the super-spy
Doctor Who Billie Piper, aka companion Rose Tyler, on assisting the Doctor and her desire for a musical episode!
Desperate Housewives Actor Mark Moses lets us in on some of the family secrets of his murderous character Paul Young
CSI: NY Eddie Cahill explains how coming from New York and having a 'cute tushie' helped land the role of Detective Don Flack

Regulars:
Times Past Our regular reviewer gives her verdict on the brand new Doctor Who, and Season Four of Alias
Out of the Box All the listings that are fit to print covering the month of May

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Cult Times #115, April 2005 Cult Times #115, April 2005
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Features:
Doctor Who Executive producer and main writer Russell T Davies on how he set about revamping the genre classic
Star Trek: Enterprise Star Scott Bakula looks back on the ups and downs of his time captaining the very first Enterprise.
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Star Jorja Fox relates the trials and tribulations of the latest season, from her much-publicized sacking to her reinstatement
Family Guy Creator Seth MacFarlane and his team give us a hint of what to expect in the new episodes
Point Pleasant Our first visit to Point Pleasant brings a meeting with Taylor Boyd, the man, played by former Melrose Place heart-throb Grant Show

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Times Past A return to Smallville, to find little has changed in its fourth year, and the latest seasons of Stargates SG-1 and Atlantis
Out of the Box A comprehensive guide to what's on in the month of April
You Should Be Watching… Joey Give it a chance, and embrace the adventures of the Tribbiani family!
File Under Carnivàle We take a look back to the end of Season One and try to make sense of it all

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Cult Times #114, March 2005 Cult Times #114, March 2005
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Features:
Desperate Housewives Creator and executive producer Marc Cherry explains his plans for the show.
Doctor Who Claudia Black of Farscape will soon be back in the genre in the recurring role of Vala on Stargate SG-1. We found out how she feels about joining the show and the possibility of working with Ben Browder again.
CSI: NY The third CSI show brings us the adventures of a team of investigators in the Big Apple. Vanessa Ferlito introduces her character, Aiden Burn
Smallville This year, Lionel Luthor has become Mr Nice Guy. No, really! John Glover explains what's brought on this sudden change in outlook
Star Trek: Enterprise Actor Connor Trinneer on playing Charles 'Trip' Tucker III
Look Around You The multi-talented Robert Popper, co-creator, co-writer, co-composer and co-presenter of the quirky Tomorrow's World spoof, reveals how the show evolved from its 10-minute science programme roots

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Times Past This month, Sea of Souls, My Hero and Point Pleasant come under the microscope
Out of the Box Spring is almost here! Find out what treats are in store in March
You Should Be Watching… Father of the Pride The new animated TV series from DreamWorks
File Under Family Guy As the new series gets ever closer, we take a look back at classic episode Ready, Willing and Disabled, in which no near-the-knuckle joke is left untold
The Guest List David Orth discusses his arrival to help save Atlantis in the Stargate spin-off's finale The Siege, and Ian Anthony Dale considers the effectiveness of the plan of him and his Avatar friends to remake the Charmed world into a Utopia

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Cult Times #113, February 2005 Cult Times #113, February 2005
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Features:
Stargate Atlantis Atlantis team's leader, Major John Sheppard, aka Joe Flanigan, looks back on the series so far
Farscape/Stargate SG-1 Claudia Black of Farscape will soon be back in the genre in the recurring role of Vala on Stargate SG-1. We found out how she feels about joining the show and the possibility of working with Ben Browder again.
Nip/Tuck We talk to Joely Richardson about the Golden Globe-winning drama series and find out what's in store this season for her character, Julia McNamara
24 Kim Raver reveals what kind of hot water dating Jack has got her character, Audrey Raines, into…
Joan of Arcadia Actor Michael Welch tells us what else is ahead for his geeky character Luke
Twisted Tales Producer Arabella McGuigan introduces us to BBC3's quirky, nasty anthology series of Comedy-Horror tales

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Times Past We take a look at the final Farscape: The Peacekeeper Wars, and the return of Andromeda
Out of the Box The top shows for February collated for your viewing pleasure
You Should Be Watching… Rescue Me Denis Leary leads a crew of New York firemen in a world where 9/11 has changed how their job is seen by the public
File Under Alias The evil Francie doppelgänger returns to face off against Sydney Bristow in the third season's The Nemesis
The Guest List Boyan Vukelic invites the Stargate Atlantis team into The Brotherhood, and Joel Swetow expresses his surprise at being invited to reprise his role as Avatar Alpha in Charmed

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Cult Times #112, January 2005 Cult Times #112, January 2005
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Features:
Farscape Peacekeeper Wars mini-series finally appears on UK TV! We interview director Brian Henson, one of the men who's been determinedly campaigning for the show's return
Charmed The angelic Brian Krause tells us about the changes in store for Leo in Season Seven
Without a Trace Poppy Montgomery tals about her role as Agent Samantha Spade
Battlestar Galactica The all-new Apollo. Jamie Bamber, speaks about meeting the original, why he's not getting romantic liaisons and his hope that the series runs and runs
Arrested Development Portia de Rossi speaks about the role she believes is her best yet
Andromeda We catch up with Laura Bertram to find out how playing Trance Gemini has changed in the show's fifth and final year

Regulars:
Times Past A look at the rise of quirky shows, from The Smoking Room and Monkey Dust to Peep Show
Out of the Box Your complete guide to everything that's on in January
You Should Be Watching… Little Britain The bizarre comedy series
File Under Red Dwarf An ofter overlooked episode from its third season: the Rimmer and Lister two-hander in which the pair find themselves Marooned
The Guest List Barclay Hope commands the Prometheus in Stargate SG-1, while Gildart Jackson meets up with the Atlantis team

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