Articles and Interviews

Episode guides, interviews, articles on science fiction TV, Star Trek, Doctor Who, comedy, drama, animation and more



Star Maker - Interview with Star Wars: Clone Wars creator Genndy Tartakovsky

Thunderbirds are Go! - Interview with Gerry Anderson, creator of Thunderbirds, from 2001.

Hubble, Bubble - Interview with Michael Fassbender and Jemima Rooper, stars of Hex (from 2005)

Young Buck: Katee Sackhoff from Battlestar Galactica, before the transmission of the mini-series in the UK.

 Smoking Gun: Dean Haglund from The Lone Gunmen and The X Files talks about both.

 Michael Shanks (Stargate) interview: What Satellite TV, 2003.

 Tuvok Talks: Tim Russ interview. What's in the stars for Voyager? (reproduced from the August 2000 edition of What Satellite TV

 Noel Fielding: Talks about The Mighty Boosh TV series

Dominic Keating and Connor Trinneer: Talk about the end of Enterprise

 Dark Journey: Vic Reeves talks about the series Catterick

 Just for Dalziel of it: Elise Harris talks to Warren Clarke - star of Dalziel and Pascoe

 Welcome to Miami: Interview with Philip Michael Thomas - Tubbs in Miami Vice

 Character Assassination: Harry Enfield interview.

 Pub Culture: Al Murray interview. The Perrier Award winning Pub Landlord gets his own show.

 Lucy Lawless interview (scans) and translated into Italian (link)September 2003

Doctor Who

 Geezer of the Month: Interview with Paul McGann (from 2000)

 Doctor Who at 40: Interview with Colin Baker (from 2003) and some Doctor Who facts and figure

 Interview with the Doctor Who DVD restoration team: (Transcript from 2004)



 Law and Disorder: The second series of Boston Legal

 Watching the Detectives: A round-up of the detectives on satellite and digital TV.

 Smoke and Mirror: More detectives - from the quirky to the bizarre


Cartoons and stuff

 Out of the Toybox: Interview with Lee Unkrich, assistant director of Toy Story 2 and big shot at Pixar.

 Simpsons forever: Interview with Matt Groening and Mike Scully (reproduced from the September 2000 edition of What Satellite TV.

 The Heimlich Manoeuvre: Interview with Joe Ranft, Pixar animator and voice behind Heimlich the caterpillar (A Bugs Life) and Wheezy the penguin (Toy Story 2).

 Park and Ride: South Park the Show, South Park the movie and all those live action things. What are Trey Parker and Matt Stone on? (Apart from satellite TV).

 Toon in: Tom and Jerry, Gundam Wing, Family Guy, Futurama and Buzz Lightyear of Star Command

 Who's that then? Ever wondered what your favourite Pokemon character is called in Japan?.

 Beginners guide to Pokemon, Digimon, and Dragonball:

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