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Issue #136 • ships from Dec 20 2006
News-stand Price UK £3.99 / US $7.99

The Sarah Jane Adventures

• Left without the Doctor once again, Sarah Jane Smith investigates the sinister Mrs Wormwood and a new kids' drink. Producer Susie Liggat takes us behind the scenes of the newest Doctor Who spin-off

Lucy LawlessBattlestar Galactica (2000s)
• Fondly remembered as Xena, Lucy Lawless is back, as Cylon D'Anna Biers. We spoke to her about occupation, resurrection… and Celebrity Duets!

Gareth David-LloydTorchwood
• He makes a splendid cup of tea, but Ianto Jones is far more than a servile assistant to Captain Jack and the team, as actor Gareth David-Lloyd explains

Kirk Blade: The Series
• Star Kirk 'Sticky' Jones looks back on his season as the half-Human vampire, last seen being played by Wesley Snipes in three movies, and reveals his take on the role

• He wasn't part of the team at the start, but Ed Quinn tells us he quickly made up for lost time as Nathan Stark, the scientist who leads the geniuses of the town of Eureka

Times Past
  • The very first live-action Terry Pratchett adaptation, Hogfather, comes under the withering gaze of our reviewer this month. Is it all 'ho ho ho' or 'no no no'?

Out of the Box
  • New year, new series. Our complete listings for the month cover January 2007

You Should Be Watching
  • Standoff, a comedy-drama which shows the difficult job of Matt Flannery and Emily Lehman, hostage negotiators who are also a couple

Building a Better Genre Show
  • Part XIV
    Everyone needs someone to look up to. We examine the responsibility of genre TV shows to provide a moral message to viewers

News – behind the screens
  • Christopher Eccleston and George Takei join the cast of Heroes
  • Torchwood's second season goes to BBC2
  • Preacher moves from comics to TV
  • The return of Babylon 5 and Blake's 7
  • and much more!

Out of the Sack
  • Keen to share a bit of Christmas spirit or wish us a happy new year? Whatever you want to talk about, we're delighted to listen at [email protected]

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