Archive | January, 2006

Sci-Fi Channel UK

The only place in the Universe to watch Sci-Fi! Sci-Fi Channel!!

Well, not really, but I couldn’t think of anything else to put. I’ve spent waaayyy too much time watching the scifi channel uk, and it made me realise I shouldn’t just concentrate on one type of channel. Do I’ve diversed into the terrestrial channels which do show quite a alot of scifi, and also discovery channel (sometimes). BBC1 and Channel 4 and 5 are probably my most watched channels aside from the SciFI UK Channel.

Annnyways, enough rambling. Need to get back to reviewing.

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Interzone 202

Interzone Issue 202 BI Monthly SF Scifi Magazine UKInterzone Issue 202

Cover art by Dan Dos Santos


After the Party (part 2) by Richard Calder
illustrated by David Senecal

Sundowner Sheila by F. Gwynplaine MacIntyre
novella illustrated by Doug Sirois

The Macrobe Conservation Project by Carlos Hernandez
illustrated by SMS

The Unsolvable Deathtrap by Jack Mangan
illustrated by Rik Rawling

The Last Reef by Gareth Lyn Powell
illustrated by Vincent Chong


Readers Poll Results & Comments
coordinated by Martin McGrath

David Langford’s Ansible Link
news and gossip

Coming Soon
details of IZ203 and beyond: KJ Bishop interview; Steve Erickson interview; Karen Fishler’s novella ‘Among the Living’; Elizabeth Bear’s ‘Wane’; Jay Lake’s ‘The American Dead’; and so on.


Terry Pratchett
interviewed by Michael Lohr

Gerry Anderson & Richard Morris
interviewed by Sandy Auden


Mutant Popcorn by Nick Lowe
film reviews

John Clute’s Scores
book reviews

Sarah Ash’s Mangazone
new column on manga

Alan Fraser’s Gamezone
new column on games

More book reviews
several more pages of book reviews by experts

80 pages plus cover, and full colour throughout.

And with this issue Interzone becomes Britain’s longest running SF magazine, passing New Worlds (201).

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