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TV Zone #233, October 2008 TV Zone #233, October 2008
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TV Zone #232, September 2008 TV Zone #232, September 2008
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TV Zone #231, October 2008 TV Zone #231, October 2008
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TV Zone #230, July 2008 TV Zone #230, July 2008
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Exclusive Interviews...
Doctor Who (2000s) Director Graeme Harper discuses season finale Journey’s End and casting a new Davros
Stargate Atlantis Actress Rachel Luttrell returns to Atlantis following onscreen and real life maternity
Reaper Former Invasion star Tyler Labine reveals how he knew the part of slacker Sock was made for him
Battlestar Galactica (2000s) Actress Mary McDonnell reflects on the burdens of command as President Roslin
Bonekickers Actor Hugh Bonneville on playing Dr Gregory Parton
Kyle XY Series producer Julie Pelc reflects on the developments in the second season and to Season Three

Plus...
Countdown We take a look at some of the notable disasters made for television…

Regulars
Deep Thought We wonder why the BBC insisted on making a fuss about the Euro 2008 football championship when there were no British teams involved, and end up in the middle of a departmental turf war…
Primetime Samantha Who? Star Christina Applegate looks ahead to what’s in store for her amnesiac heroine
Diamond Mine Our look at the greats of television puts One Foot in the Grave for the start of a two-part feature on the magnificent moans of Victor Meldrew…

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TV Zone #229, June 2008 TV Zone #229, June 2008
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Exclusive Interviews...
Stargate Atlantis Producer N John Smith gives us a preview of the other surprises to come in the imminent Season Five
Doctor Who (2000s) League of Gentlemen star Steve Pemberton on guest-starring in the latest series
Reaper Star Bret Harrison reflects on how his character Sam is becoming a better man... thanks to Satan!
CSI: Miami Actor Rex Linn reveals why he’s astonished to find himself becoming a show regular
Bonekickers Director James Strong introduces the BBC’s new action-drama
Psych Actor James Roday reveals the full extent of his contribution to the cult show

Plus...
Thunderbirds A picture showcase of International Rescue’s return n two new adverts

Regulars
Deep Thought The big issues assessed: this issue, as Doctor Who fans panic over a slip in the ratings, we wonder if they’ve noticed the sunny weather, and that it’s affecting every other series as well…
Primetime Fear Itself We preview a new anthology series of creepy tales
Diamond Mine This issue, our look at the greats of television unearths the cases of chain-smoking gambling addict Dr Eddie ‘Fitz’ Fitzgerald, the Cracker

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TV Zone #228, May 2008 TV Zone #228, May 2008
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Pushing Daisies Star Anna Friel tells us why she reckons the series' success is a testament to the appeal of old-fashioned romance
Battlestar Galactica (2000s) Actress Rekha Sharma tells us about her nerves during her first days on set, and the shock of discovering her new role
James Bond Producer Rosalind Ayres and Bond creator Fleming’s actress-niece Lucy Fleming tell us about bring Bond to radio
Futurama Actor John DiMaggio, the voice of foul-mouthed bending robot Bender, lets loose about the series' return
Heroes We catch up with the newcomers, heroes and villains, who joined the show in its second year as they reflect on their roles
Ghost Whisperer Actor David Conrad reveals his encounters with the ghosts of Hollywood
Plus...
Doctor Who (2000s) A picture preview of the Time Lord’s next adventures, The Doctor’s Daughter and The Unicorn and the Wasp

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Deep Thought As the family of Steptoe and Son star Harry H Corbett criticize the way he was portrayed in the BBC bio-pic The Curse of Steptoe, we wonder how far artistic licence can be stretched…
Primetime Mad Men We speak to the creator of the 1960s-set advertising drama
Diamond Mine Kicking off a new regular feature, we assess Fawlty Towers episode by episode to decide whether it deserves its reputation as one of television’s gems…

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TV Zone #227, April 2008 TV Zone #227, April 2008
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Exclusive Interviews...
Doctor Who (2000s) Director James Strong on the opening episode of the new (fourth) season
Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles Star Brian Austin Green and producer Josh Friedman
Stargate Atlantis Actor Paul McGilllion discusses his return as the much-loved Dr Carson Beckett
Battlestar Galactica (2000s) We talk to special effects supervisor Andrew Chamberlayne
CSI: NY Actor AJ Buckley reveals how he’s made the shift from guest star to regular member of the New York team
Plus...
Ghost Whisperer Star Jennifer Love Hewitt reflects on the changes her psychic character Melinda Gordon underwent in Season 2

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Deep Thought We wonder why we accept the gay jibes of Gene Hunt, the intolerant 1980s cop of Ashes to Ashes, as period detail, but would be shocked if he was realistically racist
Primetime Canterbury’s Law ER star Juliana Margulies returns to the small screen as an unconventional lawyer
Retro As the 1960s draw to a close, our ongoing history of television welcomes a cop show whose straight-forward approach would keep it running right through the 1970s, Hawaii Five-O

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TV Zone #226, March 2008 TV Zone #226, March 2008
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Exclusive Interviews...
Colour of Magic Rocky Horror legend Tim Curry on playing scheming Trymon
Torchwood
• Star Freema Agyeman discusses living with death in the later weeks, and the upcoming fourth season of Doctor Who
• Writers JC Wilsher and Joe Lidster
Ashes to Ashes Actor Dean Andrews tells us about playing unProfessional cop Ray Carling
Stargate SG-1 Star Claudia Black on motherhood and upcoming DVD movie The Ark of Truth
Eli Stone New Series Species star Natasha Henstridge tells us why she’s moved to television

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Deep Thought What was the cause of the demise of Grange Hill after 30 years?
Primetime The Return of Jezebel James It’s a female Odd Couple as a successful children’s writer who, ironically, can’t have children asks her little sister to have a child for her…
Radio Zone We take a look at the audio adaptation of Robert Rankin's Brightonomicon

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TV Zone #225, February 2008 TV Zone #225, February 2008
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Exclusive Interviews...
Primeval Actors Hannah Spearitt and Andrew-Lee Potts on getting soaked while ‘visiting’ the Future, living in a new reality… and falling for each other
Ashes to Ashes Actor Philip Glenister, aka Gene Hunt, holds forth on the 1980s, American remakes of British TV, and what we can expect from the follow-up to Life on Mars
Torchwood
• Actress Eve Myles tells us about her character Gwen Cooper's place as the Human heart of the Torchwood team
• Actor Kai Owen on playing Gwen's boyfriend and joining the Torchwood team
Knight Rider (2000s) Star Justin Bruening tells us about fulfilling a childhood fantasy by stepping into David Hasselhoff’s shoes as new lead Michael Tracer
Jericho Former NYPD Blue star Esai Morales on joining the cast as Major Beck
Medium Stars Patricia Arquette and Jake Weber reveal how the Dubois are coping with having Allison’s psychic skills revealed
The Colour of Magic Best-selling author Terry Pratchett gives us a sneak preview of the upcoming Sky mini-series based on his first Discworld books

Regulars
Deep Thought Was Andy Milman’s condemnation of celebrity culture in the Extras finale right?
Primetime Cashmere Mafia The ladies who lunch are about to give the Desperate Housewives a run for their money
Retro Our continuing history of television assesses the 1968-69 season, when black actors started to get decent roles… but sexism remained…

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TV Zone #224, January 2008 TV Zone #224, January 2008
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Exclusive Interviews...
Torchwood Lead writer Chris Chibnall
Primeval Star Douglas Henshall, and comedian Ben Miller on playing it straight as manipulative civil servant James Lester
The Sarah Connor Chronicles Summer Glau onplaying the latest Terminator
Heroes Dominic Keating discusses joining the series
Tin Man Part two of our comprehensive behind-the-scenes feature
Battlestar Galactica (2000s) Actress Tricia Helfer reveals the latest version of her Cylon alter-ego Number Six
Bones Executive producer Barry Jefferson
With...
Moving Wallpaper We speak to the team responsible for this innovative new approach to television drama

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Deep Thought Has the reality TV bubble finally burst?
Primetime Pioneers of Television Some of the small screen veterans interviewed in this new documentary about the early days of the medium…
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