The Children Of Earth team has ventured outside Wales for the second time, producer Peter Bennett has told Torchwood magazine, heading to Bristol to use the set of another popular BBC show: 'After getting some spectacular footage in London, we also spent a day on the Casualty set. We couldn't be there for any longer than that, because Sunday is the only day its free!'
Save Captain Jack!
Torchwood magazine brings you festive Torchwood fun in the new issue, with a pull-put-and-keep board game that's perfect for post-turkey merriment. Captain Jack is trapped in the hub - can you beat your friends and avoid the pterodactyl to save him? Plus, test your knowledge of all things Torchwood in our fiendish seasonal quiz. Take a look below for more on the new issue's other features and interviews.
Torchwood fiction and comic strip
There's something fishy going on at the Sunny Bay Caravan Park. Could the mysterious Mr. Glee have something to do with it? Find out in part two of David Llewellyn's The Book of Jahi, with fantastic illustrations by Mike Dowling. Plus, it's the calm before the storm in the penultimate chapter of the Rift War saga by Paul Grist.
Action Man: Euros Lyn
As principal photography wraps on Children Of Earth and post production gets under way, we talk to the man who's been calling the shots on set every step of the way. After cutting his teeth on some memorable episodes of Doctor Who, series director Euros Lyn reveals all about getting to grips with Torchwood: 'It's such an amalgam of genres, with lots of kitchen-sink realism mixed with some really epic, saving the world heroics. It's also got a lot of humour and some wonderful, touching moments of personal relationships. It's the strangest show I've ever worked on, to be honest, in that it combines so many different qualities.'
Precious Metal: Caroline Chikezie
There have been few guest characters in Torchwood as memorable and iconic as Ianto's part cyber-converted girlfriend Lisa - aka Cyberwoman. Actress Caroline Chikezie stepped into the killer heels of this plug-in baby, and in the latest issue of Torchwood magazine she tells us all about it: 'I love the scenes where she lifts people up and throws them around, and I felt like a King King-style character doing that. I also loved all that menacing Cyberwoman dialogue, and that self-assured look as she kicked everybody's ass. She was so badass, it was amazing!'
Episode Guide: 1.4 Cyberwoman
In the depths of the Hub, Ianto Jones hides a terrible secret. Wired up to a bizarre life-support system, his girlfriend Lisa Hallett exists in a part machine state: the result of an incomplete conversion into a Cyberman. Though Ianto hopes Lisa can hang on to her humanity long enough for him to find a cure, her nascent Cyber programming is beginning to take hold, putting the whole team in mortal danger… Revisit series one's Cyberwoman in this issue's comprehensive Episode Guide, with trivia, commentary, credits, the best lines and the best scenes!