aka "Doctor Who Bulletin"
The Best In Screen Science Fiction & Fantasy Entertainment
Monthly Magazine from United Kingdom
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1983-2007
- First issue was called Doctor Who Bulletin.
- A lot of things for television fans with articles on Doctor Who, Thunderbirds, The Man From Uncle, Deep Space Nine, Star Trek etc.
- Also news, reviews, features and interviews with stars and key personnel from science fiction/fantasy films.
- Editor: Paul Simpson, Published by Gary Leigh (July 1983 to January 2001) and then Titan Magazines.
- Published by Gary Leigh, Titan Magazines
- Website: www.dwscifi.com/

Notes: Dreamwatch ceased publication
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There are 150 issues listed in the database

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CONTENTS: 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 All GALLERIES: 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 All

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Issue 87
December 2001
Interviews with Claudia Christian (voice of Helga Sinclair in Atlantis), Jessica Alba (Max from Dark Angel), James Cameron (creator of Dark Angel), William Gregory Lee (Zack from Dark Angel), J. K. Rowling (author of Harry Potter book series), Steve Kloves/Chris Colombus (screenwriter & director of Harry Potter I), Victoria Pratt (Shalimar from Mutant X), Adrian Paul (Cole from Tracker), Rick Berman/Brannon Braga (producers/writers from Star Trek: Enterprise), Scott Bakula (Captain Archer from Star Trek: Enterprise), Brian Aldis (writer), John Carpenter (director of Ghosts of Mars), Mark Hamill (actor) and Vic Reeves/Bob Mortimer (Randall & Hopkirk{deceased}).
Articles are on previews of Star Trek: Enterprise & Babylon 5: Legend of the Rangers), behind the scenes with Tardis Cam (Doctor Who) and a look at Stan Winston Creatures.

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Issue 86
November 2001
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Interviews with Amber Benson (Tara from Buffy: The Vampire Slayer), Robert C. Cooper (executive producer from Stargate SG1), Scott Bakula (Captain Archer from Star Trek: Enterprise), Anthony Montgomery (Ensign Travis Mayweather from Star Trek: Enterprise), Dominic Keating (Malcolm Reed from Star Trek: Enterprise), Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy from Buffy: The Vampire Slayer), Claudia Black (Aeryn Sun from Farscape), Brad Abraham (co-writer of Robocop: Prime Directives), Gerry Anderson (creator of Captain Scarlet and The Thunderbirds) and Tim Burton (director of Planet of the Apes).

Issue 85
October 2001

Issue 84
September 2001

Issue 83
August 2001

Issue 82
July 2001

Issue 81
June 2001

Issue 80
May 2001

Issue 79
April 2001
Interviews with James Cameron (producer of Dark Angel), Sir Anthony Hopkins (Hannibal Lector), Julianne Moore (Clarice Starling from Hannibal), Richard Dean Anderson (Col. Jack O'Neill from Stargate SG1), Michelle Yeoh (Yu Shu Lien from Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon), David Duchovny (Mulder from the X-Files), J. August Richards (Gunn from Farscape), David Kemper (producer of Farscape), Dave Elsey (head of Farscape's Creature Shop), Cate Blanchett (Annie Wilson from The Gift), Sam Raimi (director of The Gift & Spider-Man), and Ted Raimi (Joxer from Xena: Warrior Princess).

Issue 78
March 2001
Interviews with Jessica Alba (Max from Dark Angel), Emma Caulfield/Nicholas Brendon/Marc Blucas (Anya/Xander/Riley from Buffy: The Vampire Slayer), Rick Baker (make up special effects guru), M. Night Shyamalan (director of Unbreakable), Kevin Sorbo (Captain Dylan Hunt from Andromeda), Allan Eastman (director/producer of Andromeda), Sebastian Spence (Cade Foster from First Wave), Chris Brancato (creator of First Wave), David Nutter (director of Smallville) and Don S. Davis (General Hammond from Stargate SG1).
Articles are on an introduction to Dark Angel, serial killers (including Hannibal Lector) and the Dungeons & Dragons movie.

Issue 77
February 2001

Issue 76
January 2001

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