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VI Direct Catalogue : TV Zone : TV Zone 2003

TV Zone #170, December 2003 TV Zone #170, December 2003
(Reference #T170)

Features
Doctor Who While a new television series is a significant step closer to becoming a reality, the adventures of the errant Time traveller continue with the BBCi Webcast Scream of the Shalka. Star Richard E Grant tells us about his animated Doctor….
Jake 2.0 Executive producer David Greenwalt introduces the teenage answer to The Six Million Dollar Man – a boyish geek who is enhanced by nanites and then has to balance saving the world with his social life.
Flashback: Porridge and Going Straight With its latest DVD release, we continue our look back at the Seventies sitcom that saw three series of the antics of Norman Stanley Fletcher. This issue we focus on the Christmas specials, the third series and the spin-off.
Doctor Who at 40 We continue with Seasons Twenty-Three and Twenty-Four, as Colin Baker’s Doctor faces his trial and Sylvester McCoy makes his first appearance as the ever more mysterious Time Lord.
Hercules: The Legendary Journeys We conclude our complete episode guide to the series with Seasons Five and Six…

Regulars
Deep Thought Continuing our search to find Cult TV’s ultimate questions. This issue we ask why we bother watching countless repeats and remakes of classic shows.
Retro Our history of television continues with the second part of our look at Boris Karloff’s Thriller.
Primetime on Las Vegas, with regular TV (21 episodes) and merchandise reviews, news and still more…

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TV Zone #169, November 2003 TV Zone #169, November 2003
(Reference #T169)

Features
Star Trek: Enterprise As the third season indulges in some major changes, star Connor Trinneer drops out of warp to discuss his duties as chief engineer Trip Tucker.
The West Wing We knock on the door of the fictional White House and ask about the changes in store for the fifth season, including the departure of star Rob Lowe…
Flashback: Porridge The first part of our look back at the Seventies sitcom that saw three series of the antics of Norman Stanley Fletcher.
Babylon 5 J Michael Straczynski reminisces on the final days of the fourth season, in which emotions begin to take over and a glimmer of hope appears in the darkness…
Doctor Who at 40 We continue with Seasons Twenty-One and Twenty-Two, as Peter Davison stepped out of the TARDIS for the last time and Colin Baker makes his first appearance as the Time Lord.
Survivors: As the series comes to DVD, director Pennant Roberts and cast members Carolyn Seymour, Lucy Fleming and Ian McCulloch recall a series that still sends a shudder down the spine.
Hercules: The Legendary Journeys We continue our complete episode guide to the series with Seasons Three and Four…

Regulars
Memory Alpha: Your questions about Cult TV answered by resident expert Andrew Pixley. This issue features Charlie’s Angels and The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
Deep Thought Continuing our search to find Cult TV’s ultimate questions. We ask if the day will come when we’ll be using our mobiles to say “Hello…? I’m on a Spaceship!”
Retro Our history of television continues with a look at Boris Karloff’s Thriller.
Primetime on The Lyon’s Den, with regular TV and merchandise reviews, news and still more…


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TV Zone #168, October 2003 TV Zone #168, October 2003
(Reference #T168)

Features
Stargate SG-1: As the seventh season takes a pause in its US transmission, we hear from executive producer Robert C Cooper and co-executive producer John Smith
Carnivàle: Witness a battle between Good and Evil in the 1930’s during the Great Depression. Roll up, roll up and take a look at this new, Supernatural series with the cast and crew.
Flashback: Clangers – We take a nostalgic look back to a more innocent age as we huddled around the television set in the early days of colour…of the Clangers, the Soup Dragon and the Froglets as they amused and entertained us…
Creature Comforts: As the animals that entertained us in the Heat Electric adverts return to our screens in their own series, we take a sneak look at some of the new episodes and meet some of the new faces…
Doctor Who at 40: We continue with Seasons Nineteen and Twenty, as Peter Davison first steps into the TARDIS and examine whether or not the show celebrated its 20th anniversary in appropriate style…
Babylon 5: Creator J Michael Straczynski reminisces on the fourth season, the year when everything nearly came to an end as renewed confidence and fresh hopes quickly evaporated…
Hercules: The Legendary Journeys: Our complete episode guide to the series starts with the TV movies, Seasons One and Two

Regulars
Memory Alpha: Your questions about Cult TV answered by resident expert Andrew Pixley. This issue includes The Feathered Serpent, which starred Patrick Troughton, and American Gothic.
Deep Thought: This issue we ask if an arresting ensemble cast can make or break a show, and argue the case for some of the best and worst of all time.
Retro: Our history of television continues with the dawn of colour…
Primetime on Karen Sisco, with regular TV and merchandise reviews, news and still more…


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TV Zone #167, September 2003 TV Zone #167, September 2003
(Reference #T167)

Features
Andromeda: As the new season approaches, star Kevin Sorbo takes a look at the series and what’s in store.
Andromeda: Production designer Richard B Lewis takes us on a tour of the series' universe he has created with his team…
Babylon 5: Creator J Michael Straczynski writes about the third season, when unions could have been a problem and personalities clashed
Doctor Who at 40: We continue with Seasons Seventeen and Eighteen, with perhaps being too silly, and then a serious end for the Doctor…
Angel: How writer Steven DeKnight switched from Buffy to Angel on the invitation of series creator Joss Whedon, and why it meant taking a step or two down
24: CTU Agent Jack Bauer is going to spend another day going through hell in the third season. We talk to star Kiefer Sutherland, who plays Jack.

Regulars
Memory Alpha: Your questions about Cult TV answered by resident expert Andrew Pixley. This issue includes Quatermass and the PIt video edits and Tales of the Gold Monkey.
This issue’s Flashback – The story behind Black-Adder II
Deep Thought: Is Reality Television a danger?
Retro: The Twilight Zone
Primetime on And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself starring Antonio Banderas, with regular TV and merchandise reviews, news and still more…

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TV Zone #166, August 2003 TV Zone #166, August 2003
(Reference #T166)

Features
Angel : Star David Boreanaz looks back to the beginnings of his character, how the Vampire has undergone many changes, and looks towards the next season…
Babylon 5: Creator J Michael Straczynski turns his attention to the series’ third season, and the troubles have not gone away…
Doctor Who at 40: We continue with Seasons Fifteen and Sixteen, with corridors and a new companion!
Stargate SG-1: Writer/producer/director Peter DeLuise has been enjoying himself with Season Seven.
Stargate SG-1: A full and comprehensive episode guide to the sixth season.
Six Feet Under: The morbidly humorous series continues to win more and more awards. We investigate the reasons for its continuing popularity

Regulars
Memory Alpha: Your questions about Cult TV answered by resident expert Andrew Pixley. This issue includes The Man from U.N.C.L.E. and Avengers books.
This issue’s Flashback – Concluding our look at the last episode of The Prisoner, Fall Out.
Deep Thought: Parents – suddenly every TV hero seems to need one, or two…!
Retro: Television's Westerns and their influence.
Primetime on Monk, with regular TV and merchandise reviews, news and still more…



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TV Zone #165, July 2003 TV Zone #165, July 2003
(Reference #T165)

Features
Charmed: Director Jon Paré looks back on over four seasons at the helm of the Halliwells’s adventures, and reveals the technical challenges of being Charmed.
Stargate SG-1: With production on the seventh season well underway, executive producer Michael Greenburg reveals what’s in store.
Doctor Who at 40: We continue with Seasons Thirteen and Fourteen, themes of Hammer films and the dreaded Mary Whitehouse.…
Battlestar Galactica (2003): Producer David Eick unveils the mini-series revamp of the classic Space Opera, and explains why things have changed…
Angel: Meet The Beast. He’s the big bad of Season Four, and he’s played by Vladimir Kulich.
Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): A full and comprehensive episode guide to the 2000/2001 series.

Regulars
Memory Alpha: Your questions about Cult TV answered by resident expert Andrew Pixley. This issue Star Trek's strange first run on the BBC…
This issue’s Flashback – The last episode of The Prisoner, Fall Out.
Deep Thought: Emotions, are they a help, or a hindrance?
Retro: Television's family tree. Which series spawned others?
Primetime on Keen Eddie, with regular TV (season finales) and merchandise reviews, news and still more…



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TV Zone #164, Summer 2003 TV Zone #164, Summer 2003
(Reference #T164)

Features
The Top Cult TV Shows: The Best Cult Television Programme Ever! is revealed, and what were the other nine series it beat?
Buffy The Vampire Slayer: From vicious killer to loving soul-mate, James Marsters reflects on Spike’s long journey from evil to good – and where he might be heading next…
Doctor Who at 40: We continue with Seasons Eleven and a new Doctor in Season Twelve.
Babylon 5: Creator J Michael Straczynski concludes his look at Season Two.
24: Carlos Bernard tells us about playing the CTU’s latest chief, Tony Almeida.
Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased): A full and comprehensive episode guide to the 2000/2001 series.

Regulars
Memory Alpha: Your questions about Cult TV answered by resident expert Andrew Pixley. This issue Dick Turpin and Cover Up
This month’s FlashbackEdge of Darkness Concluding our very in-depth look at this landmark drama.
Deep Thought: Inter-species breeding: Why would it be possible, and would it be a good idea?
Retro: Television in comics.
Primetime on CSI: Miami, with regular TV and merchandise reviews, news and still more…

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TV Zone #163, June 2003 TV Zone #163, June 2003
(Reference #T163)

Features
The Top 100 Cult TV Shows: The countdown begins here as we reveal the top 90 of our three-issue readers' poll
Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Now it's all over!! We bring you pictures from the Wrap Party.
Doctor Who at 40: We continue with Seasons Nine and Ten, including a story with three Doctors!!!!
Babylon 5: Creator J Michael Straczynski continues to tell us in his own words about the series, now moving on to Season Two.
Stargate SG-1: Concluding director Martin Wood's look back at Season Six.
Farscape: Concluding our full and comprehensive episode guide to the fourth and concluding season.

Regulars
Memory Alpha: Your questions about Cult TV answered by resident expert Andrew Pixley. This issue he looks at the 'lost' Blake's 7 story 'The Invaders'.
This month’s FlashbackEdge of Darkness The first half of our look at the making of this extraordinary Eighties drama, now out on DVD.
Deep Thought: Does the prevelance of magical characters in Cult TV encourage children to practise witchcraft? And is this a bad thing?
Retro: Collectors' corner
Primetime on The Black Sash, with regular TV and merchandise reviews, news and more…

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TV Zone #162, May 2003 TV Zone #162, May 2003
(Reference #T162)

Features
Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Emma Caulfield refelects on her five years as the occasional vengeance demon.
Children of Dune: Star alec Newman forsees the fate of Arrakis's savior, Muab'Dib Paul Atreides.
Doctor Who at 40: We continue with Seasons Seven and Eight.
Angel: Stephanie Romanov gets her teeth into lawyer Lilah Morgan's final moments…
Stargate SG-1: Director Martin Wood assesses his significant contribution to Season Six.
Farscape: Continuing with a full and comprehensive episode guide to the third season.

Regulars
Memory Alpha: Your questions about Cult TV answered by resident expert Andrew Pixley. This issue One West Wakiki, Star Fleet and Reboot.
This month’s FlashbackThe Year of the Sex Olympics The prophetic Sixties play by Nigel Kneale.
Deep Thought: Television drama: to educate and/or entertain?
Retro: The Girl from U.N.C.L.E.
Primetime on My Big Fat Greek Life, with regular TV and merchandise reviews, news and more…

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TV Zone #161, April 2003 TV Zone #161, April 2003
(Reference #T161)

Features
Babylon 5: The start of our celebrations of 10 years since the start of the series. Creator/writer J Michael Straczymski tells the story of the first season in his candid style.
Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Star Amber Benson on her role as Tara Maclay and her projects since leaving the series
Doctor Who at 40: We continue with Seasons Five and Six.
Farscape: Continuing with a full and comprehensive episode guide to the second season.
Andromeda: Gordon Michael Woolvett on playing Mr Fix-it, Seamus Zelazny Harper.

Regulars
Memory Alpha: Your questions about Cult TV answered by resident expert Andrew Pixley. This issue The Goons, Bilko, World of Giants and Counterstrike.
This month’s FlashbackQuatermass The Seventies conclusion to the life of Professor Bernard Quatermass.
Deep Thought: Why do people in Cult TV Land have more interesting and dangerous sex lives than the rest of us in the real world?
Retro: The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
Primetime on Dragnet, with regular TV and merchandise reviews, news and more…

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TV Zone #160, March 2003 TV Zone #160, March 2003
(Reference #T160)

Features
Angel: We uncover the history of the original Vampire with a Soul. Welcome to Angel's world…
Plus: An exclusive interview with J August Richards, aka Charles Gunn.
Doctor Who at 40: Our series looking at each of the show's seasons in its ruby anniversary year turns to Seasons Three and Four.
Farscape: A full and comprehensive episode guide to the first season of Moya madness, including full cast lists, plot synopsis and original transmission dates.
The TV Zone Poll: A final chance to vote for your all-time Cult TV favourites. Remember; no vote, no voice!

Regulars
Memory Alpha: Your questions about Cult TV answered by resident expert Andrew Pixley. This issue The Man from U.N.C.L.E. The Tomorrow People and Young Americans.
This month’s FlashbackThe Black Adder Twenty years after we were told the story of The Black Adder is the history behind this sitcom.
Plus: Tony Robinson interviewed.
Deep Thought: Buffy The Vampire Slayer's Spike has now been blessed with a soul, but what does this mean? How Cult TV has treated the subjuct of 'souls' through the years.
Retro: Some of the best books available on Cult TV shows, including Charlie's Angels and Star Trek.
Primetime on Veritas, with regular TV and merchandise reviews, news and more…

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TV Zone #159, February 2003 TV Zone #159, February 2003
(Reference #T159)

Features
Charmed: Executive producer Brad Kern and director James L Conway on the latest season.
Stargate SG-1: A detailed preview of the second half of Season Six.
Doctor Who: Celebrating the 40th anniversary of the series, we start a new series in TV Zone, looking at Seasons One and Two of the Doctor’s Adventures.
Doctor Who: It remains one of the best-loved TV shows of all time and is still around in various forms so why, for goodness sake, do they not make a new TV series of it?
The TV Zone Poll: Another chance for you to tell us exactly what you think about TV and us in our poll.
Dark Angel: A full and complete episode guide to the second season.

Regulars
This month’s FlashbackNineteen Eighty-Four Big Brother is watching you. The BBC's 1954 adaptation of the novel.
Deep Thought: We try to keep up with our favourite Cult shows on Channel 4 and BBC2 but it’s not very easy, thanks to censorship.
Retro: How the Eighties changed the face of television forever.
Primetime on Miracles, with regular TV and merchandise reviews, news and more…

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TV Zone #158, January 2003 TV Zone #158, January 2003
(Reference #T158)

Features
Stargate SG-1: Executive producer and star Richard Dean Anderson on the show’s future.
Brit-coms: While the next batch of US Sci-Fi and Fantasy shows meet a sudden demise so quickly, Cult TV can always rely on the good old British sitcom. We look at some of the new shows we’re all loving.
Jonathan Harris: We note the passing of Jonathan Harris, known to a generation as Dr Smith from Lost in Space. We celebrate some of the career highlights of this unique actor.
Buffy The Vampire Slayer: After seven years, can the series last much longer? We take a close look at the Buffy-verse and its future.
The TV Zone Poll: We ask you to tell us exactly what you think about TV and us in our poll.
Dark Angel: A full and complete episode guide to the first season.

Regulars
This month’s FlashbackRed Dwarf Season One and the beginnings of the show.
Deep Thought asks 'Do they know it’s Christmas time? Why is the most festive time of the year so readily left out of Cult TV.'
Retro: A look at the over-the-top Sci-Fi of old and wonder where all the Saturday morning serials have gone?
Primetime on Without a Trace , with regular TV and merchandise reviews, news and more…

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