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VI Direct Catalogue : TV Zone : TV Zone 2005

TV Zone #196, December 2005 TV Zone #196, December 2005
(Reference #T196)

Features
Stargate Veteran Stargate writer/executive producer Robert C Cooper gives us the low-down on what lies ahead for the two series
Surface Star Lake Bell discusses her role as oceanographer Laura Daughtery with us
CSI A double bill of interviews, with stars George Eads and Jorja Fox
Battlestar Galactica (2000s) Actor Aaron Douglas on playing Galactica’s crew chief Tyrol

Regulars
Flashback Something Is Out There We take a look at the striking success of the 1980s Sci-Fi mini-series
Episode Guide Firefly With Joss Whedon’s movie Serenity in the cinemas, we present our complete and comprehensive guide to the series that inspired the film…
Deep Thought Our guide to TV’s ultimate questions looks at the events that took Man to the Moon, and asks why we care about President Bush’s plans to return…
Primetime Following the success of The Canterbury Tales, the BBC brings another icon of literature up to date with its new season of contemporary Shakespeare…

With regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews (35 episodes, including Afterlife, Battlestar Galactica, Hex, Medium, John Wyndham: The Invisible Man of British Science Fiction, Spooks and Stargate), merchandise reviews, news

and much more…

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TV Zone #195, November 2005 TV Zone #195, November 2005
(Reference #T195)

Features
Lost Star Dominic Monaghan explains why his character, ex-DriveShaft bassist Charlie Pace, is the series’ wild card…
Battlestar Galactica (2000s) In a rare interview, star Michael Hogan talks with about his character Colonel Saul Tigh
Creature Comforts On-set feature! We visited Aardman Animation’s studios to find out how they put animal faces to the voices of the Great British Public…
Threshold As the latest alien invasion series arrives on Earth, we talk to the cast and crew bringing to life the brave souls of Project Threshold – our first and last line of defence…

Regulars
Flashback The Night Stalker We reveal how journalist Carl Kolchak stalked a Vampire in Las Vegas
Episode Guide The Dead Zone Our complete and comprehensive guide to the second season of the Supernatural series
Deep Thought Our guide to TV’s ultimate questions gets into the party spirit, as we take a look at 50 years of ITV
Primetime The American public’s in for a shock as a woman takes the reins of power, in Commander In Chief

With regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews (over 20 episodes, with Battlestar Galactica, Hex, Medium, Old Harry’s Game, Spooks, Stargate Atlantis and Stargate SG-1), merchandise reviews, news

and much more…

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TV Zone #194, October 2005 TV Zone #194, October 2005
(Reference #T194)

Features
Stargate SG-1 Actress Amanda Tapping (aka Sam Carter) tells us how she’s balancing the task of saving the world with the joys of motherhood.
Lost Double-interview Feature! Stars Matthew Fox and Evangeline Lilly shed some light on the secrets of the island…
Hex On Set Interview! We catch up with star Jemima Rooper and new girl Laura Pyper as they start a new term…

Regulars
Flashback The Omega Factor The second part of our look at the series, with the backlash from the self-appointed moral majority, and how campaigner Mary Whitehouse labelled the series ‘thoroughly evil’
Episode Guide The Dead Zone Our complete and comprehensive guide to the first season of the Supernatural series
Deep Thought This month, our guide to TV’s ultimate questions looks at BBC Chairman Michael Grade’s vision of BBC One without repeats, and asks: is it a good idea?
Retro Our continuing history of Cult TV takes a look at the classic sitcom The Addams Family
Primetime It’s 52 BC and the Roman Empire is about to fall… we preview the BBC/HBO blockbuster Rome

With regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews (over 15 episodes, with Alias, Battlestar Galactica, Hex, Stargate SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis), merchandise reviews, news

and much more…

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TV Zone #193, September 2005 TV Zone #193, September 2005
(Reference #T193)

Features
Battlestar Galactica On Set Interview! Star Edward James Olmos (Commander Adama) tells us what’s to come in Season Two
Stargate Atlantis On Set Interview! Star Torri Higginson explains what the changes will mean for her character, Dr Elizabeth Weir
The West Wing On Set Interview! Star John Spencer reflects on how his character(Leo McGarry )’s weak heart will cope with the strain of stepping into the limelight…

Regulars
Flashback The Omega Factor A pair of paranormal investigators exploring the unknown, simmering with sexual tension and thwarting the treacherous intentions of their colleagues. We investigate BBC Scotland’s Supernatural series…
Episode Guide Andromeda Our complete and comprehensive guide reaches the fifth and final season
Deep Thought This issue, our guide to TV’s ultimate questions asks: where have all the good Cult shows gone, and was there ever really a golden age of Cult TV in the Nineties?
Retro Our continuing history of Cult TV takes a look at the classic sitcom The Munsters
Primetime Don Johnson lays down the law with his new drama series Just Legal. We talk to the cast and crew…

With regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews (over 15 episodes & including premières of new seasons of Battlestar Galactica, Stargate SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis), merchandise reviews, news (with a special feature on the passing of James Doohan)

and much more…

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TV Zone #192, August 2005 TV Zone #192, August 2005
(Reference #T192)

Features
Stargate SG-1 On Set Interview! Ben Browder takes over SG-1 as Col Cameron Mitchell. We go on set to find out what’s in store for him in Season Nine…
The 4400 On Set Interview! Star Jacqueline McKenzie tells us all about her character Agent Diana Skouris

Regulars
Flashback The War of the Worlds We take a look at the revised second season of the forgotten invasion – 1988’s TV series sequel to the 1952 movie
Episode Guide Alias Our complete and comprehensive guide reaches Season Four, with Sydney and friends back at the CIA
Deep Thought We take a look at the focus-group-driven culture of television production, and examines how Doctor Who has success defied the industry’s expectations
Retro Our continuing history of Cult TV takes a look at 1964’s Gilligan’s Island and Peyton Place
Retro UK New Our history of Cult TV crosses the Atlantic to look at the sweeping changes that struck the British television industry in 1964

With regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews (24 episodes), merchandise reviews, news

and much more…

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TV Zone #191, July 2005 TV Zone #191, July 2005
(Reference #T191)

Features
Battlestar Galactica Star Katee Sackhoff tells us what her character Lt Starbuck will be getting up to in Season Two of the hit Space Opera…
Doctor Who 2005 Producer Phil Collinson talks to us about the lessons learned from the first season, David Tennant’s Doctor and the Christmas Special!
Stargate Producer John Smith on Season Nine of Stargate SG-1 and the future of its sister show Atlantis

Regulars
Flashback The War of the Worlds We take a look at the forgotten invasion – 1988’s TV series sequel to the 1952 movie
Episode Guide Andromeda We present our complete and comprehensive guide to the fourth season
Deep Thought We take a look at the phenomenon of fans taking creative control of their favourite TV properties – the hour of the menk has come…
Primetime on Into the West
Retro Our continuing history of Cult TV takes a look at the sexist Sixties, exemplified by 1964’s My Living Doll

With regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews (23 episodes), merchandise reviews, news

and much more…

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TV Zone #190, Summer 2005 TV Zone #190, Summer 2005
(Reference #T190)

Features
Stargate Atlantis Director Martin Wood looks ahead to the second season
Doctor Who 2005 The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances director James Hawes discusses his work on the scariest Who story yet – and talks exclusively to us about helming David Tennant’s début story as the Tenth Doctor!
Battlestar Galactica 2005 Co-executive producer and writer Toni Graphia on the darker second season
Star Trek: Enterprise Star John Billingsley reflects on the end of the series

Regulars
Flashback Steptoe and Son Continuing our look at the genesis of Galton and Simpson’s classic sitcom, we examine the first full season of the rag-and-bone men’s exploits
Episode Guide Alias We present our complete guide to Season Three
Deep Thought Why some fans get so devoted to their favourite shows that they can’t stand rivals – and ask why peace sometimes breaks out…

With regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews (19 episodes), merchandise reviews, news

and much more…

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TV Zone #189, June 2005 TV Zone #189, June 2005
(Reference #T189)

Features
Star Trek: Enterprise Executive producer Manny Coto reflects on the show’s final year and the demise of Star Trek
Plus…!
Our exclusive report from the Enterprise wrap party!
Desperate Housewives Steven Culp is relishing his latest role, as adulterous husband Rex Van de Kamp on the hit American series
Doctor Who Executive producer Julie Gardner, director Joe Ahearne and writer Rob Shearman discuss the return of the Daleks
Plus…!
Our panel of guest reviewers, including comedian Mitch Benn, and authors Tom Holt and Simon Clark, judge the new series!
24 Carlos Bernard, aka Tony Almeida, discusses how the fickle finger of fate has affected his character

Regulars
Flashback Steptoe and Son A look back at the genesis of Galton and Simpson’s classic sitcom
Episode Guide Andromeda We present our complete guide to Season Three
Deep Thought How the BBC's licence fee is being spent – and whether public service broadcasting is a viable concept

With regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews (over 30 episodes), merchandise reviews, news

and much more…

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TV Zone #188, May 2005 TV Zone #188, May 2005
(Reference #T188)

Features
Doctor Who 2005 As the series returns to television – at last! – we chat to stars Christopher Eccleston and Billie Piper about stepping aboard the TARDIS
Plus…!
We talk to the people responsible for realizing the new Daleks, and…
a special sneak preview with all-new pictures from the Dalek episode!
Captain Scarlet 2005 Effects maestro Ron Thornton interviewed
The West Wing We talk to the president's potential successors – Jimmy Smits and Alan Alda – and weigh up their chances of election
The Quatermass Experiment We speak to star Isla Blair and director Sam Miller about the challenges of bringing Sci-Fi to the screen in the new BBC live production

Regulars
Flashback The Work of Nigel Kneale We present a look back at the early work of the television pioneer
Episode Guide Alias We present our complete and comprehensive guide to Season Two
Deep Thought How the BBC's licence fee is being spent – and whether public service broadcasting is a viable concept
Retro Our continuing history of television takes a side-step this issue, as we cast our eyes over some classic cartoons!
Primetime on Blind Justice

with regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews (over 30 episodes) – with guest reviewers Rob Grant and Stephen Baxter of the first episode of the new Doctor Who series –, merchandise reviews, news

and much more…

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TV Zone #187, April 2005 TV Zone #187, April 2005
(Reference #T187)

Features
Doctor Who 2005 We go behind the scenes on the BBC’s revival, chatting to creative supremo Russell T Davies and the writers and crew
24 Star Kiefer Sutherland talks to us about exploring troubled government agent Jack Bauer’s dark side, and the new challenges in Season Four
Captain Scarlet 2005 Director David Lane telsl us about working on the original series and this new incarnation
Carnivàle Series producer Daniel Knauf drops some hints as to where the series’ wandering path will take it…

Regulars
Flashback Blake’s 7 A look back at the classic Season Two episode Star One
Episode Guide Andromeda We present our complete and comprehensive guide to Season Two
Deep Thought As Enterprise is cancelled, we take a look at the factors that led to the demise of Star Trek – and where the franchise can (boldly) go from here…
Retro It’s time to take a trip to the Sixties The Outer Limits, in our continuing history of classic television
Primetime on Invasion Iowa

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and much more…

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TV Zone #186, March 2005 TV Zone #186, March 2005
(Reference #T186)

Features
Doctor Who 2005 With the new series mere weeks away from returning to our screens, we take a look at what's coming, plus an episode-by-episode look at what’s in store, complete with new photos!
Stargate Atlantis We talk to actor Paul McGillion who’s winning Stargate fans’ hearts as Dr Carson Beckett…
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Robert Vaughn talks us through a career that’s seen him playing characters on both sides of the law, from secret agent Napoleon Solo to Hustle’s veteran con man Albert Stroller
Lost As anti-social hoarder Sawyer, Josh Holloway isn’t the nicest of Lost’s castaways – but sometimes it’s good to be bad, as he tells us…

Plus!
Flashback Extra Crusade We take a look at the ill-fated Babylon 5 spin-off

Regulars
Episode Guide 24 Our complete guide to Day Three…
Deep Thought What makes a show become a phenomenon – and is it possible to create one artificially?
Retro It’s the end of the run for The Fugitive, in our continuing history of classic television
Primetime on Boston Legal, with regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews, merchandise reviews, news

and much more…

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TV Zone #185, February 2005 TV Zone #185, February 2005
(Reference #T185)

Features
Stargate SG-1 Executive producer Michael Greenburg spills the beans on the upcoming stories in Season Eight
Battlestar Galactica 2004 Production designer Richard Hudolin discusses how he created the series’ unique retro-futuristic look
Desperate Housewives Teri Hatcher plays a single mother in the suburbs in this quirky American hit. She tells us all about it…
Smallville Newcomer Erica Durance steps into the shoes of Margot Kidder and Teri Hatcher to play Superman’s future girlfriend
24 Series co-creator Robert Cochran tells us why it’s hard to come up with new 24-hour challenges to test Jack Bauer’s mettle…
Nebulous Creator Mark Gatiss and writer Graham Duff discuss their new Sci-Fi radio series

Plus!
Flashback Blackadder the Third We take a trip back to the Regency period

Regulars
Episode Guide 24 Our complete guide to Day Two of the hit show.
Deep Thought A look at the thorny issue of spoilers – does knowing what will happen ruin a good story, or entice us to watch it?
Primetime on House, with regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews, merchandise reviews, news and much more…

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TV Zone #184, January 2005 TV Zone #184, January 2005
(Reference #T184)

Now 100 pages

Features
Star Trek: Enterprise Star Scott Bakula on playing Jonathan Archer and what’s in store for Season Four
Plus! We talk to the man who’s taking the series back to the Future – executive producer Manny Coto!
Battlestar Galactica 2004 Grace Park on her character, Boomer, and the changes from the original series
Smallville John Schneider tells how his role as the Kent patriarch will develop in Season Four, as his son takes another step to becoming Superman
The 4400 Star Jacqueline McKenzie explains that her new series is nothing like The X-Files

Plus!
Flashback The Twilight Zone – A supernatural bargain is taking place in our analysis of the classic original series episode A Game of Pool

Regulars
Episode Guide 24 We present our complete guide to Day One of the hit show
Deep Thought We take a look at the question of motivation and ask: what drives Cult TV heroes to do good (and bad) deeds?
Primetime on Desperate Housewives, with regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews, merchandise reviews, news and much more…

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