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Issue #135 • ships from Nov 22 2006
News-stand Price UK £3.99 / US $7.99

Hogfather On-set

• It's Chriiiiiistmaaaaas! And to celebrate we go on the set of the adaptation of Terry Pratchett's Discworld novel and talk to Terry himself and stars David Jason, Marc Warren and Michelle Dockery

Christmas cheer, for some…Doctor Who (2000s)
• Continuing our festive theme, we look ahead to what we can expect from this year's Doctor Who Christmas special and provide a few suggestions of gift ideas for the geek in your life

John Barrowman as Captain JackTorchwood
• Meanwhile, star John Barrowman discusses tracking aliens through the streets of Cardiff and how Captain Jack has changed since he was abandoned in the Future...

Battlestar Galactica (2000s)
• Starbuck's having a rough old time in Season 3, and her alter ego, Katee Sackhoff, was happy to chat about marriage, kids and living under Cylon occupation

Stargate SG-1 may have been cancelled but there's life in it yet, explains executive producer Brad Wright as he considers the future of SG-1 and returning sister show Atlantis

Times Past
  • Our regular reviewer takes a look at what makes Torchwood adult entertainment and wonders if it's Cybermen in high heels, people swearing a lot or something more…

Out of the Box
  • The mysteries of December uncovered in our complete listings for the month

You Should Be Watching
  • A selection of fantastic characters line up to entertain in The Catherine Tate Show

Building a Better Genre Show
  • Part XIII
    You may think it's an odd thing to consider essential, but we make the case for the importance of formulaic storytelling in genre television

News – behind the screens
  • Lost snapped up by Sky
  • Doctor Who wins more awards while Torchwood wins ratings
  • Sea of Souls returns with a special
  • Life on Mars heads for a conclusion
  • and much more!

Out of the Sack
  • Want to share your thoughts on Sky's acquisition of Lost or the state of current TV? Why not e-mail us at [email protected]

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