The Week In Sci-Fi

Sci-Fi goodness not to miss in the next seven days

Above: It’s a Wonderful Afterlife – out on Friday

MONDAY 19 APRIL

  • Today’s new DVDs include Richard Kelly’s The Box , Voyage To The Planet Of The Prehistoric Women and Naruto Unleashed Series Nine
  • We’ve had a vision of the future. FlashForward will be on Five

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TUESDAY 20 APRIL

  • So much TV, so little time. Catch Stargate Universe on Sky1 (8pm), The Vampire Diaries on ITV2 (9pm), and V on Syfy (10pm). NO Fringe because of Ross Kemp – bah!

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WEDNESDAY 21 APRIL

  • It’s Winchester night on Living. Tune in for the latest Supernatural (9pm)
  • Size Matters Not , Warwick Davis, Forbidden Planet signing
  • Get yourself in the mood for Friday’s episode of Lost with SFX’s top Lost special. It’s on sale right now

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THURSDAY 22 APRIL

  • Warehouse 13 is on Virgin 1 (9pm)
  • The Bitten Word, a multi-author event at Forbidden Planet featuring Keith Brooke, Eric Brown, David L Clements, Andy Remic, Sarah Singleton, Kari Sperring, Sam Stone, Ian Watson and Ian Whates

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FRIDAY 23 APRIL

  • Bend It Like Beckham director Gurinder Chadha looks to the other side in It’s A Wonderful Afterlife . Nice pun
  • Learn more about one of the best films of the ’80s, as the latest in the BFI Film Classic series looks at Back To The Future
  • Lost and True Blood do their Friday night thing on Sky1 (9pm) and FX (10pm), respectively. As does Ashes To Ashes on BBC One (9pm)

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SATURDAY 24 APRIL

  • As the Timelords once sang, “Doctor Who-oo. Doctor Who. Doctor Who-oo. Doctor Who…” The show that spawned a novelty hit is on BBC One (6.20pm). Heroes (BBC2, 10.10pm) and Star Wars: The Clone Wars (Sky Movies Premiere, 6.30pm) will also be allowed out to play. Probably The Prisoner on ITV1 (9pm) and K-9 on Disney XD (4pm) as well.

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SUNDAY 25 APRIL

  • Jeremy “Boba Fett” Bulloch, Gareth David “Ianto Jones” Lloyd and Chloe “Kochanski” Annett collide (not literally, we hope) at Wales Comic Con at Glyndwr University