Times #16, January 1997(Reference #C16)
Red Dwarf VII: Craig Charles
alias Dave Lister interviewed. Star Trek: Brent Spiner on Data, plus Derek
McGrath on playing a Bolian in Voyager. Babylon 5: Richard Biggs talks
about Dr Stephen Franklin's self-improvement. The Simpsons: An Instant
Guide. Dark Skies: series' British premier. Millennium: James
Morrison interviewed about
playing James Horn & being in Space: Above and Beyond. The
X-Files: Jersey Devil and Shadows reviewed. Also: Tank Girl, Knights of
Times #18, March 1997(Reference #C18)
Lois and Clark: The New
Adventures of Superman - Up, up and away with star Dean Cain. Star Trek:
Voyager – A Doctor in the house: Robert Picardo interviewed. Early
Edition: Read all about it. The X-Files: Space & Fallen Angel reviewed.
Doctor Who: Auton slave and Zygon John Woodnutt on monstrous acting. The
Burning Zone: a plague upon you! - a series preview. News: a cloud over
Dark Skies. Why Aren't They Showing? - cult kids series Timeslip. Space:
Above And Beyond - Instant Guide.
Cult Times Special #3, X-Files 1997(Reference #CS03)
X-Files Special. Two page
poster of David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson as Mulder & Scully.
Behind the scenes account of the series. Comprehensive review of Seasons
One - Four. Character profiles - Fox Mulder, Dana Scully, Krycek, Deep
Throat, The Lone Gunmen, Cigarette Smoking Man, X, Skinner & Friends
and Foes. Plus an A-Z guide to Paranormal TV fiction: everything from A
for Andromeda to The X-Files, plus
a brief look at Millenium & Space: Above and Beyond.
Times #9, June 1996(Reference #C09)
The X-Files: messages from beyond the grave plus
Kurtwood Smith discussing Grotesque. Babylon 5: Bill Mumy on Lennier and
being Lost in Space. Space: Above
and Beyond - Kristen Cloke on Captain Shane Vansen. Alien
Nation: Jeff Marcus alias Albert Einstein interviewed. The New Adventures of
Superman: Dean Cain as Clark Kent poster. Overviews: Quantum Leap &
Hercules: The Legendary Journeys. TV premieres: First Born & Mary
Shelley's Frankenstein. Fantastic Journey: an Instant Guide.
Times #6, March 1996(Reference #C06)
The New Adventures of
Superman and Space: Above and
Beyond examined. The X-Files: Conspiracy and paranoia feature. Star
Trek: The Next Generation - John De Lancie alias Q interviewed. Doctor Who:
Paul McGann poster, plus David Graham on The City of Death & Barry
Jackson on The Armageddon Factor. Highlander: The Series - Adrian Paul as
Duncan MacLeod poster. Moonlighting: Cybill Shepherd discusses Maddie
Hayes. The Outer Limits on Sky One. Blake's 7: an Instant Guide.
#207, November 1995(Reference #207)
Deep Space 9 revamped for its fourth season, as Lt Cdr Worf transfers to the station. X-Files writers Glen Morgan and James Wong launch sci-fi war series Space: Above and Beyond. Director Ron Howard discusses real-life space movie Apollo 13. Star Trek's Majel Barrett Roddenberry describes life aboard the Enterprise, Deep Space 9, and as the wife of the show's creator. Looking ahead to Red Dwarf VII as the crew reunite for the smeg-ups video. Species director Roger Donaldson interviewed.
Zone #96, November 1997(Reference #T96)
Earth: Final Conflict - Majel Barrett describes
how she brought her husband Gene Roddenberry's legacy to the screen. Space:
Above and Beyond's Kristen Cloke on
Zone #88, March 1997(Reference #T88)
Deep Space 9's Andrew
Robinson attempts to untangled Garak's devious personality. Space:
Above and Beyond's Joel de la Fuente reports from the front line of the
war against the Chigs. Doctor Who - director Matthew Robinson on
marshalling the Daleks and the Cybermen. Quantum Leap, seaQuest and V
regular Richard Herd interviewed. Plus: Fantasy flashback to The Outer
Limits' Zanti Misfits, X-Files and Voyager guest star Brian Markinson and
Henry Darrow on his role as Chakotay's father.
Zone #86, Bumper issue January 1997(Reference #T86)
Hercules and Sinbad - Kevin
Sorbo and Zen Geissner interviewed as swash-buckling heroes from the age
of adventure hit the screen. Casualty's Clive Mantle recalls his time as
Robin of Sherwood's Little John. Classic TV
themes on disc and tape. Plus: Space:
Above and Beyond and Babylon 5 third season episode guides, Jean-Marc
L'Officier on chronicling the history of Doctor Who.
Zone #84, November 1996(Reference #T84)
The X-Files - new questions for a new season, complete with answers from guest star Roy Thinnes. Babylon 5's telepath Andrea Thompson on Talia Winters' sudden change of heart. Cartoon classic Jonny Quest revived for a new generation. The cast of Neverwhere reveals London Below. Space; Above and Beyond's Lanei Chapman discusses her roles as Vanessa Damphouse and The Next Generation's Ensign Rager. Plus: Doctor Who author Russell T Davies, and Voyager villain Anthony de Longis.
Zone #81, August 1996(Reference #T81)
Doctor Robert Picardo gives us a second opinion. Doctor Who - behind the
scenes on the new TV movie with producer Philip Segal. Quantum Leap's Dean
Stockwell reflects on life as a hologram.
X-Files director Jerrold Freedman on his episodes, Ghost in the Machine
and Born Again. Babylon 5's designer takes us on a guided tour of the
station's sets. Space: Above and
Beyond's Commodore Ross, Tucker Smallwood, interviewed. Plus, Voyager
season two and X-Files season three episode guides.
TV Zone Special #29, Star Trek 1998(Reference #TS29)
Exclusive timeline to the
Original Series, from the distant past to the 24th century. Voyager
crewmates Jeri Ryan, Alexander Enberg and Raphael Sbarge report in, and
interviews with series creator Michael Piller and Deep Space 9's Penny
Johnson. Plus: The X-Files' -shifting bounty hunter Brian Thompson, Beauty
and the Beast's Jay Avocone, Adrian Paul reflects on six as Highlander
Duncan MacLeod, Space Above and
Beyond's Morgan Weisser, The Visitor's Leon Rippy, Dark Skies episode
guide, and a preview of Conan the Adventurer.
Zone Special #20, Outer Space 1996(Reference #TS20)
Babylon 5: Unravelling the
threads which make up the five year arc. Optic Nerve's award-winning alien
make-up. Michael O'Hare discusses his return as Jeffrey Sinclair. Plus:
How business matters decided the fate and future of Star Trek. Deep Space
9's two Kais, Louise Fletcher and Camille Saviola, reveal their secrets.
Red Dwarf's guests including the original Kochanski, CP Grogan, speak out,
Bond director John Glen turns his hand to science fiction for Space
Precinct, and Space Above and Beyond's Rodney Rowland.
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