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VI Direct Catalogue : TV Zone : TV Zone 1999

TV Zone #121, December 1999 TV Zone #121, December 1999
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Star Trek: Voyager – Jeri Ryan talks frankly on the liberating challenges of Season 6. Due South – David Marciano says goodbye, with s special filming diary. Buffy – Sarah Michelle Gellar anticipates Season 4's slayage. The Alchemists – Ruth Gemmell on starring in a British DNA-based drama. Earth: Final Conflict – Jayne Heitmeyer on taking on the Taelons. La Femme Nikita – producer's shock revelations. Plus Walking with Dinosaurs effects, Fantasy Flashback to Quantum Leap's JFK episode, and 12 US season premiθres reviewed!
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TV Zone #120, November 1999 TV Zone #120, November 1999
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Xena: Warrior Princess – After Season 4's shock ending, we ask the producers how they’re getting out of that one! LEXX – Michael McManus on letting his hair down Season 2. Shockers – the shocking new drama's Executive Producer talks. Stargate SG-1 – From dreams of being Jim Kirk’s girlfriend, actress Teryl Rothery still reached the stars! Profiler – getting the profile of new star Jamie Luner. GvsE – The two stars reveal this amazing show’s funky background! Total Recall 2070 – Karl Pruner on taking his android character above the Sci-Fi norm.
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TV Zone #119, October 1999 TV Zone #119, October 1999
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LEXX – Xenia Seeberg Xevs up and denies being a sex symbol. Plus a two-season episode guide: 11 pages of LEXX-rated action! Crusade – on-set report for Patterns of the Soul. Belfry Witches – Laura Sadler's wicked young witch Skirty Marm. X-Files – Chris Owens, the Big Spender. The Crow – Marc Gomes on tackling crime with a dead boy and his bird. Journey to the Center… – a new take on classic Jules Verne. Fantasy Flashback – gas trouble in The Invaders. Plus E:FC guest star Bobby Johnston.
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TV Zone #118, September 1999 TV Zone #118, September 1999
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Star Trek: Voyager double-header! – Tim Russ, the stoical Vulcan Tuvok, on keeping his part fresh after five years, and Garrett Wang on wanting to play Kim until the end. LEXX – Brian Downey on playing 'champion of the oppressed' Stanley Tweedle. Sentinel – cop a load of Bruce A Young, aka Capt. Banks. Plus interviews with Earth: Final Conflict's Kari Matchett, Stargate SG-1 director Peter DeLuise, Crusade's archaeologist David Allen Brooks, and a Fantasy Flashback tribute to DeForest Kelley.
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TV Zone #117, August 1999 TV Zone #117, August 1999
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Stargate SG-1 – chief gatecrasher Richard Dean Anderson in extensive interview. Crusade's leading actors on their characters as the B5 spin-off finally launches. Prey – creator William Schmidt on production difficulties, and his intended series ending! First Wave's problem-solving Joshua (Roger R Cross) talks. Manimal star Simon MacCorkindale on the short-lived Eighties series. Plus Lois & Clark's K Callan, Fantasy Flashback on Kolchak. Reviews include last DSN episode and first new Doctor Who audio.
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TV Zone #116, July 1999 TV Zone #116, July 1999
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Wanted everywhere! The Wild Wild West – TV's original agent Jim West, Robert Conrad, recalls '60s stunts and capers. Voyager – Ethan Phillips on playing Neelix, the Delta Quadrant's one-lung wonder. Babylon 5 – Reiner Schφne removes the make-up of spiritual leader Dukhat. Stargate SG-1 – Don S Davis on defending Earth as General Hammond. Plus The Crow's Sabine Karsenti, three of The Tribe from the post-apocalyptic series, and Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea in Fantasy Flashback.
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TV Zone #115, June 1999 TV Zone #115, June 1999
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Buffy The Vampire Slayer – creator & producer Joss Whedon in a fascinating interview, the latest on Season Three and a look at Angel's spin-off. Three other series creators interviewed: Chris Brancato on First Wave, Paul DeMeo and Danny Bilson on The Sentinel and their syndicated VIPER. Stargate SG-1's Christopher Judge reveals the inner man of Teal'c. The Raven – final episode secrets? Kolchak's producer Cy Chermak recalls the influential series. Ten pages of top reviews for TV and books!
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TV Zone #114, May 1999 TV Zone #114, May 1999
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The two counselors of Star Trek interviewed: Nicole de Boer on joining DSN for its final season, and the wonderful Marina Sirtis on her career, and Next Generation memories. Buffy The Vampire Slayer – Head vampire for Season One, Mark Metcalf. The Crow – Mark Dacascos on stepping into the rather unique boots of Eric Draven. The Sentinel – side-kick star Garrett Maggart on the series' resurrection. Plus Last Train writer Matthew Graham, Dirk Maggs' radio Voyage to Mars, Stargate SG-1, Airwolf.
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TV Zone #113, April 1999 TV Zone #113, April 1999
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The X-Files – Creator Chris Carter on the new directions of Season 6. Star Trek: Voyager – The evil Doctor Chaotica himself (Martin Rayner) takes us through his fiendish plans. Doctor Who – director John Gorrie on working with the First Doctor. Red Dwarf VIII – Producer Doug Naylor on returning to the series' roots in Season 8. Deep Space Nine – Rene Auberjonois on the series' end. Plus Polterguests' Laura Harding, Seven Days' Justina Vail and Highlander: The Raven's Paul Johansson.
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TV Zone #112, March 1999 TV Zone #112, March 1999
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Star Trek Voyager – Kate Mulgrew responds to rumours of her departure, and the Doctor (Robert Picardo) talks about character growth. Earth: Final Conflict's Leni Parker on the differences in the show's second season. Our season-by-season guide to Highlander: the Series concludes. Ian Ogilvy on Return of the Saint, and Sebastian Spence, star of First Wave. Plus new series Mortal Kombat: Conflict and Three, up to the minute news, and ten pages of top reviews for the latest shows and books!
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TV Zone #111, February 1999 TV Zone #111, February 1999
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Interviews with Earth: Final Conflict stars Robert Leeshock and Lisa Howard. Stargate SG-1's Amanda Tapping comes back to Earth, and Sentinel star Richard Burgi explains why his character is a throwback from the Sixties! We also look to the end of Babylon 5 with Lorien and we take a peek at the spin-off series Crusade with veteran director Tony Dow. Plus all the usual up-to-the-minute news, interviews and reviews!
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TV Zone #110, January 1999 TV Zone #110, January 1999
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Deep Space Nine – exclusive on-set interview with Nana Visitor on Colonel Kira’s past seven years. Due South – Paul Gross on being top Mountie Benton Fraser. Babylon 5 – Damian London on the painfully possessed Regent. Quatermass III – 40th anniversary of the discovery that Earth had been invaded long ago. Jonathan Creek – festive magic with star Alan Davies. Highlander: Season 5 under the micro-scope. Fantasy Flashback: The Man from UNCLE.
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