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VI Direct Catalogue : TV Zone : TV Zone 1993

TV Zone #49, December 1993 TV Zone #49, December 1993
(Reference #T49)
SeaQuest – The missing moments from the British version revealed. Thirty years of Doctor Who: celebrate with a critics' choice of classic episodes. Deep Space Nine – Armin Shimerman interview, part two. Plus: Fantasy flashback to Nigel Kneale's 1955 play The Creature, the basis for Hammer film The Abominable Snowman, and episode guide to Batman: the Animated Series .


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TV Zone #48, November 1993 TV Zone #48, November 1993
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Deep Space Nine star Armin Shimerman looks back on his first year as Quark. Craig Charles discusses the return of Red Dwarf – without Red Dwarf itself. A sneak preview of Saurus, the proposed new series from the Red Dwarf effects crew. Babylon 5 costume designer Catherine Adair describes the background to The Gathering. Fantasy flashback to Gerry Anderson's Into Infinity. Third season Star Trek episode guide.


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TV Zone #47, October 1993 TV Zone #47, October 1993
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Red Dwarf returns for season six – producer Justin Judd outlines the changes! Deep Space Nine producers Rick Berman and Michael Piller assess the legacy of the show's first season. Terence Feely recalls writing for UFO and the Avengers stage play. Fantasy flashback to Gerry Anderson's ill-fated puppet pilot The Investigator, and Batman: the Animated Series episode guide.


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TV Zone #46, September 1993 TV Zone #46, September 1993
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Red Dwarf VI: Behind the scenes on Rimmerworld. Avengers and Prisoner writer Terence Feely recalls writing for sixties adventurers. Star Trek director Alexander Singer describes Scotty's return to the Enterprise in Relics. Catweazle and Robin of Sherwood creator Richard Carpenter interviewed. Deep Space Nine first season episode guide, and fantasy flashback to Ray Bradbury's Martian Chronicles.


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TV Zone #45, August 1993 TV Zone #45, August 1993
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Space 1999 writer Christopher Penfold interviewed. Women at the helm! Director Mary Ridge describes how she killed off Blake's 7 for a second time, and Gabrielle Beaumont explains how she became The Next Generation's first female director. Fantasy flashback to Quantum Leap's pilot episode, and sixth season Next Generation episode guide.


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TV Zone #44, July 1993 TV Zone #44, July 1993
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Deep Space Nine's doctor Siddig El Fadil on his enthusiastic alter ego Dr Bashir. Blake's 7 director Mary Ridge reveals how she joined the series for its last episode. Doctor Who guest star James Bree discusses his roles as the Security Chief and the Keeper of the Matrix. Johnny Goodman, producer of the Saint, The Champions and The Persuaders interviewed. Second season episode guide to Star Trek.


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TV Zone #43, June 1993 TV Zone #43, June 1993
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Deep Space Nine's science officer Terry Farrell delivers her preliminary analysis of Jadzia Dax. Blake's 7 producer David Maloney on his three years in control of the show. Time Trax's villainous mastermind Peter Donat reveals his evil scheme. The secrets of lost Star Trek episode Kitumba. Fantasy flashback to Doomwatch's test-tube baby episode Friday's Child, and third season Quantum Leap episode guide.


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TV Zone #42, May 1993 TV Zone #42, May 1993
(Reference #T42)
Babylon 5 – Pilot episode director Richard Compton reveals how he launched The Gathering. Carolyn Seymour on rebuilding society as one of the Survivors. Behind the scenes on Next Generation episode Lessons. Space 1999's shapeshifter Catherine Schell interviewed. Deep Space Nine episode guide.


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TV Zone #41, April 1993 TV Zone #41, April 1993
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Star Trek: Next Generation director Cliff Bole reveals behind the scenes secrets about Spock's return in Unification. The Man from UNCLE exposed. Klingon rebel Lursa discussed by actress Barbara March. Doctor Who and Prisoner guest star Mark Eden interviewed. Fantasy flashback to Ace of Wands serial Nightmare Gas, and Space 1999 episode guide.


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TV Zone #40, March 1993 TV Zone #40, March 1993
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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Profiling the cast. Quantum Leap takes a new direction as Sam becomes a series of stars. Star Trek: The Next Generation – Cliff Bole on directing classic cliffhanger The Best of Both Worlds. Doctor Who’s Genesis of the Daleks and Prisoner guest star Dennis Chinnery interviewed. Stephen King's Golden Years: Behind the scenes on the TV miniseries. Century Falls star Simon Fenton interviewed. Fantasy flashback to The Bionic Woman.


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TV Zone #39, February 1993 TV Zone #39, February 1993
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Introducing Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Star Trek: The Next generation's pushy Commander Shelby, alias Elizabeth Dennahy, interviewed. Ace of Wands star Michael McKenzie interviewed. Fantasy flashback to The Tomorrow People story The Blue and the Green. Episode guide to The Prisoner.


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TV Zone #38, January 1993 TV Zone #38, January 1993
(Reference #T38)
Doctor Who: cast and crew of classic Pertwee story The Daemons return to Devil's End twenty years on, plus writer / producer Barry Letts's memories. The history of The Prisoner revealed. Star Trek's George Takei charts Sulu's journey from helmsman to captain. Next Generation director David Carson assesses his episodes, including The Next Phase. Space 1999's Barbara Bain interviewed. Doctor Who – David Maloney recalls being a prolific director, including Time Lord tales The War Games and The Deadly Assassin..


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