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TV Zone 1991
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VI Direct Catalogue : TV Zone : TV Zone 1991

TV Zone #25, December 1991 TV Zone #25, December 1991
(Reference #T25)
V: The Visitors return to Earth. Pioneering special effects wizard Bernard Wilkie recalls the Quatermass serials. Star Trek's Prime Directive assessed. Fantasy flashback to The Tomorrow People's Secret Weapon. Doctor Who: designer Peter Brachaki reveals the secrets of the TARDIS control room


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TV Zone #24, November 1991 TV Zone #24, November 1991
(Reference #T24)
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Parallel worlds in Star Trek. Survivors star Lucy Fleming recalls life after the end of the world. Star Trek: the Next Generation – fifth season preview. Doctor Who guest star Peter Miles looks back on dinosaurs, Moonbase 3 and the Genesis of the Daleks. Colin Baker's Doctor Who memories continued. Fantasy flashback to 1981 chiller The Nightmare Man.


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TV Zone #23, October 1991 TV Zone #23, October 1991
(Reference #T23)
Doctor Who – Colin Baker recalls his pleasure at becoming the Sixth Doctor. Star Cops creator Chris Boucher assesses why the series only lasted a single year. Majel Barrett Roddenberry reflects on the darker side of Lwaxana Troi. Thunderbirds costume designer Zena Relph interviewed. Fantasy flashback to Blake's 7's battle of the sexes episode Power.


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TV Zone #22, September 1991 TV Zone #22, September 1991
(Reference #T22)
Very Short Supply

Star Trek: the Next Generation's Jonathan Frakes on his role as Riker, and his new talent as a director. Stephen Gallagher interviewed about his ITV series Chimera. The weird world of US sitcom Parker Lewis Can't Lose. Space 1999's Prentis Hancock recalls life on Moonbase Alpha. Fantasy flashback to The Tripod's third season – the stunning finale which was never made.


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TV Zone #21, August 1991 TV Zone #21, August 1991
(Reference #T21)
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Blake's 7's slinky Supreme Commander interviewed – Jacqueline Pearce gives the orders! Robin of Sherwood's John Abineri recalls his role as Herne the Hunter, and his appearances in Doctor Who. Star Trek: the Next Generation – script consultant Eric Stillwell on writing Yesterday's Enterprise. Doctor Who sound effects maestros Brian Hodgson and Dick Mills reveal how the TARDIS is really powered by an old piano. Fantasy flashback to Max Headroom.


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TV Zone #20, July 1991 TV Zone #20, July 1991
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Doctor Who producer John Nathan-Turner describes his new role as BBC Video supremo. Lady Penelope speaks out: meet Sylvia Anderson, the woman behind Thunderbirds' puppet icon. More from Star Trek: The Next Generation's video effects artists Dan Curry and Ron Moore. Fantasy flashback to Moonbase 3 episode Behemoth


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TV Zone #19, June 1991 TV Zone #19, June 1991
(Reference #T19)
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Twin Peaks: the bizarre world of David Lynch's twisted vision of small town America. Doctor Who companion Jackie Lane outlines her memories of Hartnell companion Dodo in a rare interview. Peter Tuddenham recalls giving voice to Blake's 7's three computers – Slave, Zen and Orac. Star Trek: The Next Generation visual effects continued. Fantasy flashback to Doctor-less Doctor Who story Mission to the unknown.


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TV Zone #18, May 1991 TV Zone #18, May 1991
(Reference #T18)
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Showcasing the special effects of Star Trek: The Next Generation, including the BBC-censored climax to first season episode Conspiracy. Doctor Who returns in written form – the first details of The New Adventures. Doctor Who author and Blake's 7 script editor Chris Boucher interviewed. Fantasy fashback to Star Cops' final episode, Little Green Men and Other Martians.


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TV Zone #17, April 1991 TV Zone #17, April 1991
(Reference #T17)
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The Tripods: The rise and fall of the BBC's sci-fi epic. Sophie Aldred discusses her future as Doctor Who's Ace – and wonders if there'll be one. Star Trek's Romulans analysed as they take a central role in the Klingon civil war. Gene Roddenberry's assistant Susan Sackett on her new role as writer of Star Trek: The Next Generation episode Menage a Troi.


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TV Zone #16, March 1991 TV Zone #16, March 1991
(Reference #T16)
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Doctor Who, Mark V: Peter Davison reveals why Nyssa was his favourite companion. Avenger Patrick Macnee explains how Steed was an eighteenth century man at heart. Klingons: How the Next Generation has changed the warriors from Kronos. Jonathan Frakes makes his directorial debut with third season episode The Offspring. Special effects chief Peter Lauritson explains how video makes The Next Generation possible. Fantasy flashback to Doomwatch episode The Iron Doctor.


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TV Zone #15, February 1991 TV Zone #15, February 1991
(Reference #T15)
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Red Dwarf returns for a fourth season: the cast speak out. Michael Dorn expains the motivations of Star Trek: the Next Generation's co-operative Klingon Worf. Behind the scenes on Captain Kirk's most unsual mission – an advert for the privatisation of Powegen and National Power. Reconstructing Doctor Who story The Curse of Fenric for its extended video release. The magical technology of Star Trek's holodeck. Fabtasy flashback to Nigel Kneale's final Quatermass serial.


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TV Zone #14, January 1991 TV Zone #14, January 1991
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