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Issue #127 • ships from Mar 22 2006
News-stand Price UK £3.99 / US $7.99

Doctor Who

• At last! The first full season of adventures for tenth Doctor David Tennant is almost upon us, and it seems the TV channels have gone Doctor Who crazy!

We take a look at the old and new treats you can expect in April.

Stargate Atlantis
• As Paul McGillion (Dr Beckett) complains about having to kiss one of his co-stars, Rachel Luttrell (Teyla) tries to shut him up long enough to look back on Season Two

Jamie BamberBattlestar Galactica (2000s)
• He's been stranded in Space, shot and had a lot of sex. It's been an eventful year for now-Commander Lee Adama, as actor Jamie Bamber explains…

Ivan SergeiCharmed
• With the series heading for its conclusion, will the girls get their heart's desire? Paige gets a head start when Henry proposes to her, as his alter ego Ivan Sergei reveals

Women and Sci-Fi
• We take a look at the reasons why Science Fiction is attracting more female viewers these days

Times Past
  • It's easy to invade Humanity; just look like one of us. Our regular reviewer looks at how the visitors in Battlestar Galactica and Invasion have managed to blend in seamlessly

Out of the Box
  • It's a packed month of TV in April; find out where all your favourite shows are in our listings

You Should Be Watching…
  • Prison Break
    Michael Scofield gets himself sent to prison to get his Death Row-inhabiting brother out; can they both escape or will they be discovered?

Building a Better Genre Show
  • Part II
    As we continue our mission to work out the essential elements of the perfect genre show, this month we take a look at the importance of a story arc

News – behind the screens
  • Doctor Who: Torchwood, K-9 and Peter Kay news!
  • The new Aquaman series is recast
  • Alias is cut down to 17 episodes for its last season
  • and Anthony Head lands a new lead role on TV

Out of the Sack
  • If you'd like to write to Cult Times about anything at all in the whole world, go right ahead. We'll read anything. The e-mail address is [email protected]

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