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TV Zone #157, December 2002 TV Zone #157, December 2002
(Reference #T157)
Features
Smallville: Michael Rosenbaum talks about his missing sex scene and what gets up his nose on the set.
Red Dwarf: With the release of Season One on DVD, we speak to stars Danny John-Jules and Norman Lovett, (Cat and Holly).
Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Episode guide to Season Six.
I, Claudius: The making of the classic BBC drama series, and the making of the BBC DVD.
Screen Test: In the second of our two-part feature, we take a look at the Cult TV shows that should, or could, make the transition onto the big screen. Including Stargate SG-1, Farscape, Buffy and Doctor Who.
Regulars
This month’s FlashbackThe Singing Detective An in-depth look at the classic 1986 BBCtv drama by Dennis Potter.
Deep Thought asks 'Do our heroes have the right moral code and are they setting a good example?'
Retro: Lucille Ball and Lew Grade. Would there have been ant Cult Television, including Star Trek?
Primetime on Boomtown , with regular TV and merchandise reviews, news and more…
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TV Zone #156, November 2002 TV Zone #156, November 2002
(Reference #T156)
Features
Farscape: Why this might have been too good a series to survive. Plus, executive producer David Kemper.
Buffy: To celebrate its release on DVD, a comprehensive episode guide to Season Five.
The League of Gentlemen: Second of a two-part look at the history of the comedy team.
Doctor Who: In the second of two interviews with the original co-stars – Carole Ann Ford on the Doctor's granddaughter, Susan.
Screen Test: First of a two-part feature, a look at the Cult TV shows that have made a transition, successful or not, to the big screen. Including Buffy, Star Trek, Stargate and Lost in Space.
Andromeda: Actor Keith Hamilton Cobb talks about the third season
Regulars
This month’s FlashbackBlake’s 7 Celebrating its 25th anniversary with an in-depth look at the series' origins.
Deep Thought asks 'Why do fools fall in love?' Examining the doomed relationships of Cult TV.
Retro: Some of the worst special effects known to Man happened in mid ’60s Science Fiction. So has all that camera wizardry become any better?
Primetime on Skinwalkers, with regular TV and merchandise reviews, news and more…
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TV Zone #155, October 2002 TV Zone #155, October 2002
(Reference #T155)
Features
The League of Gentlemen: First of a two-part look at the history of the comedy team, and a look at the new third series.
Farscape: Wayne Pygram discusses life behind Scorpius’s mask.
Smallville: A complete and comprehensive episode guide to the first series.
Doctor Who: One of the show's original co-stars, William Russell, reflects on the programme from 1963 to 1965.
Buffy: We speak to actress Clare Kramer on her evil return as Glory.
Is This Man a Proper Doctor?: Discusses the 'trivia' questions that plague fans.
Regulars
This month’s Flashback is the Andersons' series Joe 90.
Deep Thought asks 'Do you trust your boss?'
Retro looks at what TV would be like without the satellite channel Sky.
Primetime on Push, Nevada, with regular TV and merchandise reviews, news and more…
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TV Zone #154, September 2002 TV Zone #154, September 2002
(Reference #T154)
Features
Alias: We take an in-depth look at the Spy-Fi thriller, with a comprehensive episode guide to the first season
Buffy: We chat to executive producer, and self-confessed fan, Marti Noxon on the emotional Season Six as well as hints about the Seventh season.
Vampires: From Dracula to Drusilla, the concept of the Vampire has changed significantly. TV Zone takes a good long look at TV’s favourite monster.
Angel: In three years, this has gone from a weekly detective series to a kick-ass serial of monster proportions. How will Season Four fare?
Doctor Who: Twenty-five years ago a small metal dog trundled into the TARDIS and upstaged the Doctor. TV Zone met up with John Leeson, the man who voiced the mutt.
Enterprise: A full and comprehensive episode guide to the first year of the hit Star Trek prequel.
Regulars
This month’s Flashback is the the Andersons' live-action UFO, also with a look at the series' arrival and impressions in Canada.
Deep Thought asks if Cult TV is scaring us enough about Genetic Engineering.
Retro looks at the effect of the arrival of satellte and home recording, including TV Zone 10 years ago.
Primetime on Odyssey 5, news on the new seasons, and the new TV episodes reviewed, merchandise and more…
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TV Zone #153, August 2002 TV Zone #153, August 2002
(Reference #T153)
Features
Farscape Season Four, with star Claudia Black, better known as Aeryn Sun, and our predictions of what’s to come.
Stargate SG-1: The rise and rise of one of the most popular Sci-Fi series around. Why is Stargate SG-1 so good?
With Buffy The Vampire Slayer now starting its seventh and possibly final year, we examine how Buffy, Willow, Xander, Spike and co would cope with a ‘Year One’ feel after such a dark spell.
Once you’ve been one of Doctor Who’s companions you never leave the show behind. Just ask Katy Manning, the ditzy Joe Grant, companion for Jon Pertwee’s Doctor.
The final of the three-part complete episode guide to Roswell
Regulars
This month’s Flashback is the delightful Noggin the Nog, created by Oliver Postgate and Peter Firmin. TV Zone looks back at the animated series.Plus
Primetime on The Osbournes, news on the new seasons, and the new TV episodes reviewed, merchandise and more…
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TV Zone #152, July 2002 TV Zone #152, July 2002
(Reference #T152)
Smallville interviews – Michael Rosenbaum on playing comics legend Lex Luthor, and Allison Mack gives us notes on reporter Chloe. Plus: Smallville debate: has 2001-02's biggest new teen drama lived up to its hype? Finale Fever – The season's concluding episodes of shows including Buffy, Angel and Enterprise reviewed, plus the very end of Roswell and The X-Files. Doctor Who – We pay tribute to the influential and durable producer, John Nathan Turner. Stargate SG-1 – Long-serving director Martin Wood on his Season 5 exploits, and what may or may not be happening next. Flashback: Fawlty Towers – Part 2 of our look at the classic BBC sitcom. Roswell – our episode guide continues, covering Season Two. Deep Thought – why do so many of our favourite TV characters get killed off? Plus Primetime on The Gilmore Girls, news of the 2002-03 US schedules, 52 TV episodes reviewed, merchandise and more…
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TV Zone #151, June 2002 TV Zone #151, June 2002
(Reference #T151)
Short Supply

Double-sided cover: Roswell stars Jason Behr and Shiri Appleby. We salute the passing of Sci-Fi TV's best-kept secret: will it be a sorely missed show? How have its characters changed? Plus full Season 1 episode guide. The X-Files – Closing after 9 years: perhaps too long? TV Zone holds its own enquiry... Fawlty Towers – the #1 series in the BFI's TV poll of 2000: our 2-part Flashback revisits the making of the landmark sitcom. Smallville – actor Eric Johnson, content as Lana Lang’s boyfriend Whitney Fordman. Charmed – From water demons to banshees, director John Behring has dealt with it all... Star Trek (etc) – Phil Morris' Sci-Fi appearances include classic Trek, Voyager and DSN. We find out his secret. Buffy The Vampire Slayer – A full guide to Season 4. Plus Deep Thought on why aliens speak English so well, Primetime on Greg the Bunny, episode reviews from 10 series, merchandise, news…
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TV Zone #150, May 2002 TV Zone #150, May 2002
(Reference #T150)
The World’s longest-running Cult Television magazine reaches a landmark 150th edition! This bumper-sized issue includes: Angel – David Boreanaz & producer David Greenwalt on babies and demons in Season 3, and Alexis Denisof on playing ex-Watcher Wesley. Deep Space Nine – Executive Producer Ira Steven Behr reflects on the epic war-torn Star Trek series. Doctor Who – Elisabeth Sladen on a role she's still playing almost 30 years on: Sarah Jane Smith. Charmed – Brian Krause on his newly-married alter ego, White Lighter Leo. Spaced – Co-star/co-writer Simon Pegg on the wacky cult-styled sitcom's genesis and production (see also #149). Plus a full episode guide to Cleopatra 2525, Flashback to DSN's 150th episode Tears of the Prophets, Deep Thought on BBC1's llimited drama range, Primetime on The American Embassy, Spike Milligan obituary, the latest reviews, news…
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TV Zone #149, April 2002 TV Zone #149, April 2002
(Reference #T149)
Space Collectibles – finding rarities (like Star Trek comics) is a journey in itself. Legend of the Rangers – J Michael Straczynski on putting the B5 universe back on TV. Spaced – director and 3rd writer, Edgar Wright on his wacky sitcom work (See also #150). Andromeda – Exec. producer Allan Eastman on the first 2 seasons and the future for Dylan Hunt & crew, with on-set pics! Todd Masters reveals rubber & latex FX secrets about Charmed, The Outer Limits & Stargate SG-1. The Cosgrove-Hall story – Mark Hall's personal history of Danger Mouse, Count Duckula & more. Xena: Warrior Princess – concluding our full series episode guide, Seasons 5 & 6. Plus: Primetime on Kevin Williamson's Glory Days, Deep Thought on the changing faces of evil, 35 new TV episodes reviewed, and 3 pages of letters' on what TV Zone should (or shouldn't) cover.
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TV Zone #148, March 2002 TV Zone #148, March 2002
(Reference #T148)
TV Poll 2001: the Results – From Farscape to Buffy, what you voted as the best Cult tv in 2001. Enterprise – Anthony Montgomery on playing the 'happy helmsman', Ensign Travis… Sherlock Holmes – a look at an acclaimed adaptation, the 1968 Hound of the Baskervilles with Peter Cushing, now on DVD. Farscape – Anthony Simcoe on the evolution of D'Argo from inside the latex suit. Stargate SG-1 – veteran Bill Gereghty on directing some of SG-1's finest episodes. Xena: Warrior Princess – our comprehensive guide reaches Seasons 3 & 4 of Xena and Gabrielle's adventures. Fantasy Flashback – the launch of Gerry Anderson's Secret Service, in tribute to Stanley Unwin. Primetime – Alias' creator JJ Abrams and star Jennifer Garner on their double-crossing spy series. Plus 36 new TV episodes from Andromeda to The X- Files, merchandise and more…
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TV Zone #147, February 2002 TV Zone #147, February 2002
(Reference #T147)
The X-Files – Chris Carter on changes on and off-set, and survival chances without Mulder… Mutant X – once Lois & Clark's evil Lex, John Shea now takes care of fledgling mutants. Enterprise – Dominic Keating keeps a stiff upper lip as weapons expert Malcolm Reed. Xena: Warrior Princess – leap into a detailed episode guide for 6 years of high-kicking fantasy. This issue, Seasons 1 & 2. Monty Python – Part 2 of our frank look at the seminal sketch show: how money and fame took its toll… Dr Terrible’s House of Horrible – Steve Coogan’s comedy take on classic Hammer films: hideously funny or truly diabolical? Roswell – creators Melinda Metz, Laura J Burns on their characters. Plus Fantasy Flashback on Doomwatch: Tomorrow the Rat, and a new feature – Deep Thought looks at cult TV’s ultimate questions. First: Why do we enjoy watching heroes suffer?
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TV Zone #146, January 2002 TV Zone #146, January 2002
(Reference #T146)
Stargate SG-1 – After five years as the much-loved Dr. Daniel Jackson, Michael Shanks speaks out frankly on his departure in an exclusive interview. Plus our look at making SG-1’s 100th episode, the comically weird parody Wormhole X-treme, and a chat with its guest star Michael DeLuise. Monty Python’s Flying Circus – The most popular comic series ever made? Commencing a two part feature, we look at how Monty Python began. Charmed – Phoebe’s demon lover, Cole alias Julian McMahon, on Season 4: plus, meet his nastier side, Belthazor. Farscape – Part 2 of our exclusive look into the workings of the Hensons’ Creature Workshop, with pictures from the London studios of everything from Scorpius to giant lizard snakes. Angel – A full episode guide to Season 1 of the LA-based Buffy spin-off.. Fantasy Flashback – the Blake’s 7 episode Killer. Primetime – Andrew Davies’ contemporary Othello. Plus 15-page review section with over 40 new episodes reviewed!
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