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VI Direct Catalogue : TV Zone : TV Zone 2006

TV Zone #209, Christmas 2006 TV Zone #209, Christmas 2006
(Reference #T209)

Interviews
Battlestar Galactica (2000s) Exclusive Star Edward James Olmos tells us how Admiral Adama’s been changed by being forced to leave his charges under Cylon occupation
Torchwood Exclusive Actress Eve Myles on playing PC Gwen Cooper
Stargate SG-1 Exclusive Director of Photography Jim Menard reveals the tricks of the trade
The Goodies Exclusive How 'Our Own Correspondent' discovered ‘lost’ sketches with the comedy trio out in Germany…

Regulars
Episode Guide Our complete and comprehensive guide to the the second season of Desperate Housewives
Flashback The Beiderbecke Affair Our look back to Alan Plater’s quirky, jazz-themed drama…
Deep Thought Do tv series have a natural end and how can you give them a new lease of life?
Primetime Ugly Betty An ordinary girl working in the mega-glam environment of a fashion magazine in this ‘dramedy’ hit series…

With regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews (50 episodes reviewed, including Battlestar Galactica (2000s), Cracker, Desperate Housewives, Eureka, Heroes, Jericho, Lost, Prime Suspect, Robin Hood (2000s), Spooks, Stargate Atlantis, Stargate SG-1, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, Tomorrow, Today, Torchwood), merchandise reviews, news

and much more…

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TV Zone #208, December 2006 TV Zone #208, December 2006
(Reference #T208)

Interviews
Stargate Atlantis Producer/writers Joseph Mallozzi and Paul Mullie guide us through the hard decisions they’re having to make about the series' future
House Exclusive Star Hugh Laurie tells us about the problem of pain, and how he’s adjusting to playing one role for so long…
Afterlife Exclusive Star Andrew Lincoln looks ahead to the big events in the remainder of Season Two, and to the return of This Life
Robin Hood Exclusive Star Jonas Armstrong tells us about training for battle and how he feels about the prospect of becoming a pin-up…

Regulars
Episode Guide Our complete and comprehensive guide to the the fifth and final season of Alias
Flashback Rome on television – Part 2 of 2: We chronicle the history of Rome on television and speak to Bruno Heller, the executive producer of the HBO/BBC joint venture Rome, about his fresh take on the story…
Deep Thought We ask whether The West Wing’s days were numbered from the moment real life became ‘interesting times’?
Primetime Shark A new legal drama…

With regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews (over 15 episodes, including Afterlife, Eureka, Spooks, Stargate Atlantis, Stargate SG-1), merchandise reviews, news

and much more…

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TV Zone #207, November 2006 TV Zone #207, November 2006
(Reference #T207)

Interviews
Star Trek Celebrating its 40th anniversary. Could the next frontier lie in print? We speak to one of the editors of the book range to discover the exciting possibilities in store
Robin Hood Exclusive The executive producer of the BBC's big-budget adventure explains how the perennial legend has been reinvented for our time
Afterlife Exclusive Star Lesley Sharp discusses the impact that brushes with death have had on her character Alison Mundy
Battlestar Galactica (2000s) Exclusive Regular guest star Richard Hatch reveals how his character Tom Zarek will be surprising the audience in the face of Cylon occupation
Prime Suspect The award-winning actress Helen Mirren keeps it real as she tells us about hardened cop Jane Tennison's last case

Regulars
Episode Guide Our complete and comprehensive guide to the last season of Star Trek: Enterprise
Flashback Rome on television – Part 1 of 2: We chronicle the history of Rome on television
Deep Thought What are the answers to Cult Television’s Ultimate Questions? Could Avengers Steed and Peel be the saviours ITV needs?
Primetime The Nine Cast and crew on the new series

With regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews (over 14 episodes, including The 4400, Eureka, The Goodies on stage!, Stargate Atlantis, Stargate SG-1), merchandise reviews, news

and much more…

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TV Zone #206, October 2006 TV Zone #206, October 2006
(Reference #T206)

Interviews
Stargate SG-1 We join the party to celebrate the 10th season and 200th episode, talking with original stars Michael Shanks, Amanda Tapping, Christopher Judge, new recruits Ben Browder and Claudia Black.
Plus, original star Richard Dean Anderson
Supernatural Exclusive Star Jensen Ackles reveals the secrets of the series' success…
Smallville Exclusive Actress Erica Durance tells us that she’s looking to broaden the horizons of Lois Lane…
The 4400 Exclusive On-Set Actor Richard Kahan tells us about how his geek character Marco has won Agent Diana Skouris’s heart
Blade: The Series Exclusive On-Set Actress Jill Wagner, alias reluctant vampire Krista Starr shooting scenes on a 15th floor window ledge
Eureka Exclusive On-Set We speak to the people of the town called Eureka, including stars Colin Ferguson and Debrah Farentino, with contributions from producer Andrew Cosby

Regulars
Episode Guide Our complete and comprehensive guide to the second season of Lost
Deep Thought What are the answers to Cult Television’s Ultimate Questions? We reflect on the legacy of legendary producer Aaron Spelling
Primetime Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip Producer Aaron Sorkin launches a new series

With regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews (over 14 episodes, including The 4400, Stargate Atlantis, SG-1, Eureka, Rob Brydon’s Annually Retentive), merchandise reviews, news

and much more…

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TV Zone #205, September 2006 TV Zone #205, September 2006
(Reference #T205)

Exclusive Interviews
Battlestar Galactica (2000s) On-Set We hear about Season Three from the cast members, including James Callis, Jamie Bamber, Nicki Clyne and Aaron Douglas
Stargate Atlantis After one year, Jason Mamoa’s character of Ronon Dex has given up on being the loner and become one of the team… but that could all be swept away in Season Three, as the actor tells us
Doctor Who (2000s) Actress Camille Coduri reflects on her two years of playing Rose’s mother, Jackie Tyler, and introduces her terrifying new character, Sinchronicity’s Peggy
Sinchronicity The stars of BBC3’s edgy new drama, Paul (As If) Chequer, Jemima (Hex) Rooper and Navin (Teachers) Chowdhry, consider the little coincidences that decide the course of a life…
The 4400 New recruit Megalyn Echikonwoke tells us about taking over the role the series’ wunderkind Isabelle
Blade Star Kirk ‘Sticky Fingaz’ Jones explains the challenges of brining emotion to an impassive character who always wears shades
Eureka (aka 'A Town Called Eureka') Actress Salli Richardson-Whitfield tells us about her role on the new Sci-Fi show
Lost As Season Two draws to a close, star Matthew Fox reveals why he’d like to see more of nice-guy doctor Jack’s dark side

Regulars
Flashback Adam Adamant Lives! As the revived Edwardian superhero comes to DVD, we take an in-depth look at his first full case in the 1960s
Episode Guide Our complete and comprehensive guide to the first season of Supernatural
Deep Thought What are the answers to Cult Television’s Ultimate Questions? We ask what’s in a name – why are there two Supernaturals, should Doctor Who have a question mark, and can a star’s name in the title actually damage a show?
Primetime Brotherhood What if a prominent politician had The Godfather as a brother? That's the idea that sparked this new series
Retro Our continuing history of Cult television takes a second look at Amos Burke, Secret Agent, as it returns to the air… and is pleasantly surprised

With regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews (over 14 episodes, including Doctor Who, Charmed, Eureka, The 4400, Stargate SG-1), merchandise reviews, news

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TV Zone #204, August 2006 TV Zone #204, August 2006
(Reference #T204)

Exclusive Interviews
Doctor Who (2000s) Episode-By-Episode Director Euros Lyn and writer Matthew Graham, creator of Life on Mars, tell us about the eleventh episode Fear Her
Stargate SG-1 and Atlantis Producer N John Smith sketches out what's to come, and tells us about the return of a much-loved character
The 4400 Actress Jacqueline McKenzie reveals how events have changed how her character, Diana Skouris
Sugar Rush The three leads of the quirky lesbian drama, Olivia Hallinan, Lenora Crichlow and newcomer Sara-Jane Potts, reflect on what's to come in the second season
Saxondale Actress Ruth Jones, better known as barmaid Myfanwy in Little Britain, gives us the low down on her new role in this latest comedy

Interviews
NCIS David McCallum tells us about his latest experience of fame, as pathologist 'Ducky' Mallard, and looks back on U.N.C.L.E. and Sapphire and Steel

Regulars
Flashback Past Visions of the Future It was 20 years ago this month... that the National Film Theatre presented the first major screening of telefantasy classics, as television's 50th birthday led to new interest in the archives
Episode Guide Our complete and comprehensive guide to all of Jake 2.0
Deep Thought What are the answers to Cult Television’s Ultimate Questions? We reflect on colour-blind casting – how far might it go, and is it better to acknowledge a character's race or not?
Primetime Broken Trail Robert Duvall and Thomas Haden Church star in a revival of that neglect television genre, the Western
Retro Our continuing history of Cult television takes a look at the longest lasting product of the 1960s spy boom – Mission: Impossible

With regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews (over 30 episodes, including 24, Alias, Charmed, Desperate Housewives, Doctor Who, Lost, Medium, Smallville, The West Wing), merchandise reviews, news

and much more…

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TV Zone #203, July 2006 TV Zone #203, July 2006
(Reference #T203)

Exclusive and On-Set...
Stargate SG1 and Atlantis We anticipate SG-1's Season 10 and Year Three of Atlantis, the casts and crews tempt us with a few hints of things to come…

Exclusive Interviews
Doctor Who (2000s) Episode-By-Episode Director Euros Lyn provides our episode-by-episode coverage of seventh episode The Idiot's Lantern
Plus…!
We meet Noel Clarke and Camille Coduri, otherwise known as Mickey Smith and Jackie Tyler, to discuss the aftermath of Cyberman tale The Age of Steel

Interviews
Desperate Housewives Andrea Bowen, who plays Susan Meyer's teenage daughter Julie, lends us her thoughts on playing a teen who has to be mature
Lost Actor Adewale Akinnouye-Agbaje tells us how his career has taken him to Hollywood on to his role as killer-turned priest Mr Eko on the hit show
it2i2 Red Dwarf's Robert Llewellyn tells us how he's bypassing the channel controllers with his docu-comedy DVD

Regulars
Flashback Robin Hood(s): The bandit of Sherwood Forest is returning to the screen. We take a look at his screen history, all the way back to Patrick Troughton's Robin in 1953…
Episode Guide Our complete and comprehensive guide to Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman Season Four
Deep Thought What are the answers to Cult Television’s Ultimate Questions? We reflect on screen adaptations of children's books, and wonder which ones are ripe for dramatization...
Primetime Movie star Rebecca Romjin comes to the small screen, as the ditzy heroine of newsroom comedy Pepper Dennis
Retro Our continuing history of Cult television takes a look at the spin-offs and rip-offs from The Man from U.N.C.L.E. – both the flops and the hits that out lasted the original show

With regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews (over 20 episodes, including 24, Desperate Housewives, Doctor Who, Lost, Medium, Smallville, The West Wing), merchandise reviews, news

and much more…

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TV Zone #202, June 2006 TV Zone #202, June 2006
(Reference #T202)

Exclusive interviews!
Lost Star Harold Perrineau on his character Michael Dawson
Doctor Who Producer Phil Collinson tells us what’s in store for Season Two…
Primaeval Writer Adrian Hodges discusses the new Sci-Fi series

Interviews!
24 Kim Raver discusses the thrills and spills of playing CTU agent Jack Bauer’s lady-love, Audrey Heller Raines…
The Triangle Farscape writer Rockne O’Bannon, Stargate writer Dean Devlin and actor Michael Rodgers discuss their new mini-series

Features!
Lost We investigate the mysteries of the island, and ask: what’s really happened to the castaways?
Doctor Who We preview the new second season, episode-by-episode…

Regulars
Flashback Dempsey and Makepeace Twenty years on, we reunite stars Glynis Barber and Michael Brandon for a frank discussion of the cop series
Episode Guide Our complete and comprehensive guide to Smallville Season Four
Deep Thought What are the answers to Cult Television’s Ultimate Questions? Could it be that the two halves of the answer are on different channels, and clashing?
Primetime We talk to the cast and crew of the controversial new HBO series Big Love, which sets out to chronicle the ups and downs of polygamy…
Retro Our continuing history of Cult television takes a look at 1965-66, when TV’s crop of staid medical dramas was blown away by the more colourful likes of Batman and The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

With regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews (over 40 episodes, including 24, Battlestar Galactica, Desperate Housewives, Fantabulosa!, Lost, Medium, Small Gods, Smallville, Stargate Atlantis, Stargate SG-1, Steptoe and Son in Murder at Oil Drum Lane, Surface), merchandise reviews, news

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TV Zone #201, May 2006 TV Zone #201, May 2006
(Reference #T201)

Exclusive interviews!
Charmed Executive producer Brad Kern introduces the Halliwell girls' last battle at the series' end
Doctor Who Episode-By-Episode Director James Hawes is our guide for our episode-by-episode look at the return of Sarah Jane and K-9
PLUS… Executive producer Russell T Davies gives us an overview of Season Two as production comes to an end
24 The latest chief of the Counter Terrorist Unit, James Morrison, reflects on his rise to power
Battlestar Galactica (2000s) Actor Richard Hatch reflects on his character's journey from terrorist to statesman…

Interviews!
Lost Creator and producer Damon Lindelof discusses the balance between explanations and new mysteries…

Features!
Robin Hood A first look at the BBC's new series

Regulars
Flashback K9 As the Doctor's robot dog returns to the screen, we take a look back at his origins
Episode Guide Our complete and comprehensive guide to Desperate Housewives Season One
Deep Thought What are the answers to Cult Television’s Ultimate Questions? Why do networks insist on adding cute kids and robots to Sci-Fi shows
Primetime New series Heistdébuted to high hopes... so why has it left the air after only three episodes?
Retro Our continuing history of Cult television continues its look at 1965-66, when The Man from U.N.C.L.E. hit its stride and became a true hit, and I Spy broke barriers

With regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews (over 20 episodes, including 24, Desperate Housewives, Doctor Who, Ghostboat, Lost, Medium, Smallville, Stargate Atlantis, The Triangle, The West Wing), merchandise reviews, news

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TV Zone #200, April 2006 TV Zone #200, April 2006
(Reference #T200)
132 pages and a New Look

Birthday celebrations!
Top 200 Our vast definitive list of epoch-making Cult television
Flashback These we have Loved Our look at some of the shows and stars that have risen and fallen since TV Zone’s début in 1989…

Exclusive interviews!
BBC Drama Julie Gardner, Head of Drama, BBC Wales, tells us about the state of TV, her work on Doctor Who and Casanova, and her role in commissioning the BBC’s latest hit Life on Mars!
24 Star Kiefer Sutherland tells all about what’s to come
Stargate Co-producer/director Martin Wood looks back on a decade of SG-1, and Atlantis, and to the future…
A for Andromeda Producer Richard Fell discusses the upcoming BBC Four remake of the lost Sixties Sci-Fi serial!
Desperate Housewives Star Marcia Cross tells us how her character Bree is adapting to the wrenching changes in her life
Battlestar Galactica (2000s) Paul Campbell on his role as Presidential aide Billy Keikeya

Special Feature
Doctor Who (2000s) The Cybermen are returning – but how did they come into existence? We trace their history

Regulars
Deep Thought What are the answers to Cult Television’s Ultimate Questions? As the ‘Digital Revolution’ continues, we ask if it's a step forward, or back…
Retro Our continuing history of Cult television gets into the anniversary mood, looking back at the advances in researching TV history made over the years TV Zone’s been on the shelf…
Episode Guide We present our complete and comprehensive guide to Smallville Season Three
Primetime We talk to the cast and crew of The Evidence to find out how it works…

With...
Regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews (40+ episodes, including 24, Alias, Battlestar Galactica, Charmed, Dalek I Love You, Desperate Housewives, Eleventh Hour, Hyperdrive, Lewis, Life on Mars, Lost, Medium, Sea of Souls, Smallville, The West Wing), merchandise reviews, News (with a tribute to the late Andreas Katsulas of Babylon 5)

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TV Zone #199, March 2006 TV Zone #199, March 2006
(Reference #T199)

Features
Invasion Star William Fichtner gives us his best menacing stare, and chats about his role as Sheriff Tom Underlay
Doctor Who Camille Coduri chats to us about how she’s enjoying the opportunity to act big, as Rose Tyler’s ‘gobby’ mum Jackie
Stargate Atlantis Actress Rachel Luttrell tells all to TV Zone
Life on Mars Liz White chats on playings 1970s WPC Annie Cartwright in a man’s world
Sea of Souls Dawn Steele, alias Justine McManus, on the latest series

Regulars
Flashback Up Pompeii! We head back to ancient Rome for Frankie Howerd's Seventies series
Episode Guide Lost Our complete and comprehensive guide to Season One
Deep Thought We look at when tv causes offence, from lampooning David Blunkett to dealing with the aftermath of the 7th July bombings…
Primetime In Sleeper Cell a federal agent goes undercover to penetrate a cell of terrorists on American soil
Retro Our history of Cult TV takes a look at the 1965-66 season, and takes a look at the all-American values of The Big Valley, Laredo and other Westerns…

With regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews (17 episodes, including 24 Season 5 Season première, Battlestar Galactica, Desperate Housewives, Hex, Hyperdrive, Life on Mars, Medium, Sea of Souls and The West Wing), merchandise reviews, news

and much more…

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TV Zone #198, February 2006 TV Zone #198, February 2006
(Reference #T198)

Features
Pick of 2006
Doctor Who Executive producer and writer Russell T Davies on the new Doctor, David Tennant, the Christmas Special and the new season
Doctor Who Producer Phil Collinson explains how the show can take bigger strides…
Battlestar Galactica On-set feature! Michelle Forbes joins as Adama’s superior Admiral Cain
Life on Mars Creator Matthew Graham describes the origins of BBC1’s new show
Sea of Souls Star Iain Robertson tells us about his second year as sceptical paranormal investigator Craig in BBC Scotland’s flagship Supernatural show
Desperate Housewives Actor Mark Moses on returning to Wisteria Drive as widowed Paul Young
Smallville Jonathan Kent is back in the limelight, and actor John Schneider couldn’t be happier
Prison Break Stars Dominic Purcell and Wentworth Miller introduce us to the jailbreak drama

Regulars
Flashback Morecambe and Wise How did the comic duo recover from a disastrous television début to become an essential part of the British Christmas?
Episode Guide Lost in Space Our complete and comprehensive guide to Season Three
Deep Thought When does ad fatigue set in, and what makes an advert counterproductive?
Primetime In Over There Stephen Bochco applies his uncompromising approach to one of today’s great issues, chronicling life during a tour of duty in Iraq
Retro Our history of Cult TV takes a look at one of the first attempts at a cartoon series for adults and children alike…

With regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews (25 episodes, including Alias, The Avengers documentaries, Charmed, Desperate Housewives, Doctor Who, Hex, Hyperdrive, Lost, Medium, Sea of Souls, The West Wing and The Adventures of Superman (1950s)), merchandise reviews, news

and much more…

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TV Zone #197, January 2006 TV Zone #197, January 2006
(Reference #T197)

Features
Doctor Who Exclusive interviews with director James Hawes and effects supervisor Dave Houghton for the Christmas special The Christmas Invasion
Plus!
What lies ahead in Season Two, as K-9 returns to take on Anthony Stewart Head’s villainous Headmaster Finch
Battlestar Galactica Dr Gaius Baltar finally has the authority he craves – but power has brought him a whole new raft of problems, as star James Callis reveals
Invasion A tale of alien invasion, as producer Shaun Cassidy explains…
Stargate Atlantis Star Joe Flanigan on fighting monsters as Lt Col Sheppard, writing about them, and monstrous make-up

Regulars
Flashback The Goodies A look back at their puppet political satire Goodies Rule – OK?
Episode Guide Lost in Space Our complete and comprehensive guide to Season Two
Deep Thought We look at Cult shows that have made the transition from stage to screen, and back again…
Primetime David Boreanaz is unearthing the secrets of the dead, not the undead, in the new investigative series Bones
Retro Our history of Cult TV continues its examination of the classic Sixties Fantasy sit-com Bewitched
Retro UK We take a timely look back at the festive chills of the BBC’s Christmas Ghost Stories

With regular and bang up-to-date TV reviews (34 episodes, including Alias, Battlestar Galactica, Comedy Playhouse documentary, Doctor Who Children in Need mini-episode, Hex, Lost, Medium, Smallville, Spooks and The West Wing), merchandise reviews, news

and much more…

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