| ||TV Zone #61, December 1994|
SORRY SOLD OUT
| ||TV Zone #60, November 1994|
Lois & Clark John Shea reveals the dark side of Superman's nemesis Lex Luthor. Star Trek's William Campbell describes returning to the role of Klingon captain Koloth after twenty-five years. Episode guide to newly rediscoveed BBC series Moonbase 3, and fantasy flashback to Survivors two-parter The Lights of London. Russell T Davies discusses his children's fantasy Dark Season, starring Kate Winslet.
| ||TV Zone #59, October 1994|
Babylon 5's Andreas Katsulas reflects on the difference between Romulans and Narns. Randall and Hopkirk Deceased: The ghost's widow Annette Andre interviewed. Next Generation writer Margan Gendel reveals the inspiration behind award-winning episode The Inner Light. Bryan Brown and Kim Thomson star in The Wanderer. Plus: First season Highlander episode guide, and Peter Davison camps it up in The Tomorrow People's A Man for Emily.
| ||TV Zone #58, September 1994|
Blake's 7 Jan Chappell recalls Cally, the compassionate telepath. Deep Space Nine writer Ira Steven Behr outlines the Ferengi rules of acquisition. Highlander enters its second season with unexpected changes for co-star Stan Kirsch. Plus; Deep Space Nine second season episode guide, Darrol Blake recalls his work on Doctor Who and the Tomorrow People, and fantasy flashback to Star Cops episode This Case to be Opened in a Million Years.
| ||TV Zone #57, August 1994|
Beauty and the Beast producer George RR Martin reveals why he killed off Catherine. Next Generation designer Richard James reveals how they recreated the original Enterprise for nostalgic episode Relics. More from Doctor Who's Elisabeth Sladen. Plus: Star Trek The Next Generation and New Adventures of Superman episode guides, and fantasy flashback to The One Game.
| ||TV Zone #56, July 1994|
Beginning a series of multi-part interviews: Doctor Who's crusading journalist Sarah Jane Smith, alias Elisabeth Sladen, reports. Star Trek set designer Richard James opens his portfolio of Klingon designs. The voice of the Tomorrow People's computer Tim, Phillip Gilbert, speaks out. George RR Martin describes the origins of Beauty and the Beast. Plus: Lois and Clark season one episode guide and fantasy flashback to Knight Rider.
| ||TV Zone #55, June 1994|
Star Trek:The Next Generation wrap party, Babylon 5, animated Batman, 1984 flashback, Cadfael, William Shatner
| ||TV Zone #54, May 1994|
SORRY SOLD OUT
New Avengers Gareth Hunt and Joanna Lumley reunited. Next Generation director Corey Allen discusses the show's pilot episode, Encounter at Farpoint. Space 1999 writer Johnny Byrne charts Moonbase Alpha's journey through the mysteries of season one and the second season's changes. Director Pennant Roberts discusses his work on Doctor Who, including casting Leela and abandoned story Shada. Fantasy flashback to The Fantastic Journey, and fifth season Quantum Leap episode guide.
| ||TV Zone #53, April 1994|
The Tomorrow People's Elizabeth Adare remembers breaking out as a Homo Superior. Blake's 7 recalled by director Pennant Roberts. Star Trek director Paul Lynch assess his Deep Space Nine episodes. Behind the scenes on new fantasy serial Stanley's Dragon. Plus: Fantasy flashback to the pilot episode of Logan's Run, and Quantum Leap season four episode guide
| ||TV Zone #52, March 1994|
Deep Space Nine's Ferengi bartender Max Grodenchik interviewed. Director Pennant Roberts begins a review of his fantasy career with the Survivors. Young Indiana Jones Sean Patrick Flannery chronicles his adventures. Doctor Who costume designer Daphne Dare recalls creating outfits for alien worlds. Plus: Dean Cain poster, Next Generation and Deep Space Nine episode guides, and fantasy flashback to Starman's pilot episode
| ||TV Zone #51, February 1994|
Lois and Clark return, updated for the nineties, in the New Adventures of Superman. Behind the scenes on the second serial of the new Tomorrow People. Director Paul Lynch looks back on Beauty and the Beast and Star Trek: The Next Generation. Veteran writer DC Fontana recalls Logan's Run, the Fantasic Journey and War of the Worlds. Doctor Who and The Avengers guest star Terence Lodge interviewed. Fantasy flashback to Quantum Leap's two-part epic The Leap Home.
| ||TV Zone #50, January 1994|
Survivors star Denis Lill recalls the apocalypse, and his role in Red Dwarf. DC Fontana recalls the disappointments of Star Trek's third season, and returning to the show for Star Trek: Animated. Julie T Wallace discusses her role as the She-Devil. The (new) Tomorrow People return for a second season. Sapphire and Steel director Shaun O'Riordan interviewed. Land of the Giants episode guide, and fantasy flashback to the BBC's lavish production of The Day of the Triffids.