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 Post subject: Interzone on TV
PostPosted: Mon Mar 12, 2007 4:54 pm 
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This is likely to remain a very short thread but IZ gets a mention in the credits for Parallel Worlds, in the Time Shift series, on Wednesday night at 11:20 (23:40) BBC 2. If you really want to see our 0.15 seconds then video the credits.

Parallel Worlds - A User's Guide

Wed 14 Mar, 11:20 pm - 12:20 am 60mins

BBC FOUR on BBC TWO.

Parallel worlds have long provided science fiction with some of its most off-beat and original material. These mirror worlds look deceptively like our own and are inhabited by people who look like us. But they also exist to mess with our minds and make us think differently about our own world. So how can you tell if you're watching a parallel world?
This playful viewer's guide to entering another dimension, narrated by comic actor Richard Ayoade, features some of TV and cinema's best-known alternate universes from the likes of Star Trek, Sliders, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Futurama and Doctor Who. [S]

As you see more media than literary but I seem to remember IZ authors Stapleford and Newman saying interesting things among the 'talking heads'


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Interzone can also be seen on the TV program linked to on another thread, the one that interviews Mondolithic Studios.


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Not quite TV, but a short but sweet page on IZ's 25th Anniversary in SFX this month.


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I'm looking forward to seeing this Chris, and the contributions from Michael Moorcock, Neal Asher, Stephen Baxter, Alastair Reynolds, Ian Watson, Paul McAuley and others. An expanded interview with Alastair Reynolds, about Interzone, appears on the SFX website (http://www.sfx.co.uk).


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