...As We Know It: Following on from last week, our review of Doctor Who: The End of the World. Visually lovely and intriguing themes-- and could it be a sign of things to come?
A Rose by Any Other Name: Well, it was inevitable, we guess... our review of Rose, the first episode of the new Doctor Who series. It's back, it's new, it's now and we like it.
Solon, it's Been Good to Know You: New in the People section, an interview with Philip Madoc about the inherent villainy of spectacles, turning up for the wrong part, playing the Commander in Kaldor City: Storm Mine, and how to get a head on Karn.
Isla Blair Live: Isla Blair, who features in the new Faction Paradox CD series, will be appearing in BBC4's live broadcast of The Quatermass Experiment on April 2.
Paul Darrow Interview: We're back again, this time with an exclusive interview with Paul Darrow conducted during the recording of Storm Mine. Paul talks about Kaston Iago's take on the world, choosing the right voice for the part, and how Paul sees "Storm Mine" (contains a spoiler for the CD).
Daniel O'Mahony Interviewed: This week, we feature an interview with Daniel O'Mahony, in which theDoctor Who, Bernice Summerfield and Kaldor City author and creator of the characters of Honore Lechasseur and Emily for Telos' Time Hunter spinoff series reveals all about the genesis and development of "Storm Mine", making the transition from print to audio, and why he's taking up hypnotism.
Competition Winners: Right, now it's time to reveal the winners of our official "Storm Mine" competition. The winners of a script signed by the cast and author are:
And the winners of signed Liberation proof covers are:
For those of you who have just joined us: The new Faction Paradox CDs, written by Lawrence Miles with sound design by Alistair Lock, will star Gabriel Woolf as the Egyptian god Sutekh, Isla Blair, and Julian Glover (who is interviewed in this month's TV Zone Special). The latest Kaldor City CD, Storm Mine, is available from shops or from this site.
News items compiled by Fiona Moore with assistance from Alan Stevens and Maureen Marrs