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VI Direct Catalogue : TV Zone : TV Zone 1992

TV Zone #37, December 1992 TV Zone #37, December 1992
(Reference #T37)
Star Trek's Mr Sulu, George Takei, interviewed. Sapphire and Steel writer PJ Hammond attempts to explain the perplexing pair. Part two of our behind-the-scenes report on The Tomorrow People revival. Carolyn Seymour recalls her Star Trek roles as a Romulan Commander and Mirastra Yale. Fantasy flashback to Doctor Who story The Rescue, starring William Hartnell.


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TV Zone #36, November 1992 TV Zone #36, November 1992
(Reference #T36)
Behind the scenes on the revival of The Tomorrow People, starring Kristian Schmid as the first of the new breed of Homo Superior. Star Trek: The Next Generation's nervy engineer Reg Barclay assessed by actor Dwight Schultz. Doctor Who's first companion Carole Ann Ford remembers her role as the Doctor's grandaughter Susan. Lost in Space's child genius Bill Mumy interviewed. Fantasy flashback to Space 1999 episode The Immunity Syndrome.


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TV Zone #35, October 1992 TV Zone #35, October 1992
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SORRY SOLD OUT
Star Trek – The Next Generation: More from Brent Spiner. Dalek creator Terry Nation interviewed. David McCallum recalls his partners from The Man from UNCLE and Sapphire and Steel. Fantasy flashback to Moonbase 3 episode View of a Dead Planet.


TV Zone #34, September 1992 TV Zone #34, September 1992
(Reference #T34)
Star Trek- The Next Generation: Revealed! Brent Spiner, the man behind Data's mask. Gene Roddenberry's first android chronicled in the Questor Tapes. Louise Jameson recalls forthright Doctor Who companion Leela. Gerry Anderson looks back on Space 1999. Terry Nation reveals the background to writing Blake's 7 without Blake!


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TV Zone #33, August 1992 TV Zone #33, August 1992
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Gerry Anderson looks back on his work, from Stingray and Supercar to Thunderbirds and Captain Scarlet. Introducing Star Trek's new villains, the Cardassians. Terry Nation recalls the creation of Blake's 7. Doctor Who – Behind the scenes on Shada, the unfinished story finally completed for video.


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TV Zone #32, July 1992 TV Zone #32, July 1992
(Reference #T32)
Tom Baker interview! The fourth Doctor Who recalls his time on the series, including abandoned story Shada. UFO star Ed Bishop recalls his roles as SHADO Commander Ed Straker and Spectrum's Captain Blue. Star Trek: the Next Generation's Denise Crosby explains why Tasha Yar had to die. Blake's 7 star David Jackson recalls Gan's death. Fantasy flashback to Timeslip's The Wrong End of Time.


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TV Zone #31, June 1992 TV Zone #31, June 1992
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Star Trek: the Next Generation the episode the BBC banned – The High Ground – analyzed. The complete history of one of Star Trek's most fascinating races: the Vulcans. The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy: President of the galaxy Zaphod Beeblebrox addresses his adoring public, via actor Mark Wing-Davey. Terry Nation recalls his most proud creation: Survivors analysed. Beauty and the Beast episode guide.


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TV Zone #30, May 1992 TV Zone #30, May 1992
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The full story behind newly recovered Doctor Who story The Tomb of the Cybermen, from its recording and transmission to the miraculous discovery of a single copy in Hong Kong. Star Trek: the Next Generation's new recruit, Michelle Forbes, on her role as Ensign Ro. Blake's 7's one-eyed villain Space Commander Travis recalled by actor Stephen Grief. Magical fantasy Ace of Wands recalled. Fantasy flashback to The Quatermass Experiment, part two.


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TV Zone #29, April 1992 TV Zone #29, April 1992
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Red Dwarf V: make-up effects for the new series. Thunderbirds puppeteers Christine Glanville and Tina Werts reveal who pulled the strings on Gerry Anderson's classic shows. Merchandising Star Trek: how a book gets approval from Gene Roddenberry's staff. Doctor Who companion Deborah Watling recalls exploring The Tomb of the Cybermen. Computers in Star Trek: quite how many of them did Kirk talk to death? Fantasy flashback to The Quatermass Experiment.


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TV Zone #28, March 1992 TV Zone #28, March 1992
(Reference #T28)
The Avengers recalled by writer and producer Brian Clemens. Blake's 7: Steven Pacey remembers his role as mercenary Del Tarrant. Fay Weldon's satirical fantasy The Cloning of Joanna May. Star Trek novelists interviewed, part three. Fantasy flashback to Star Trek pilot Where No Man Has Gone Before


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TV Zone #27, February 1992 TV Zone #27, February 1992
(Reference #T27)
Blake’s 7: Michael Keating reveals the tricks of cowardly thief Vila's trade. Doctor Who writer and actor Glyn Jones views the series from both sides of the camera. Star Trek: the Next Generation guest star Carel Stuycken on playing Mr Homm and The Addams Family's Lurch. Fantasy flashback to Alien Nation: Night of the Screams.


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TV Zone #26, January 1992 TV Zone #26, January 1992
(Reference #T26)
Bumper Christmas Issue! Doctor Who companion Frazer Hines recalls swashbuckling Highlander Jamie McCrimmon. Novelising Star Trek: writers explain how to make the series work in print. The legend of Robin of Sherwood revealed. Red Dwarf V preview, including interviews with writers Rob Grant and Doug Naylor and director Juliet May. Starship captains assessed. Blake's 7 and Doctor Who guest star Pamela Salem recalls her roles, including Into the Labyrinth's witch Belor. Thunderbirds voice artist Matt Zimmerman interviewed. Plus: Twin Peaks episode guide.


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