THE PHAROS PROJECT 2 (I'm not sure if that indicates that there was some sort of predecessor... or whether this was just a nod to the original on-WHOscreen incarnation) was a great fanzine from the mid-ninties which I really enjoyed at the time.
At the masthead says, this was published by - deep breath - Cambridge Universities' Doctor Who and Television Society (Cudwats for short) but available to anyone who mailed away for it. Including me. I'm struggling to recall how I knew about this - and how I knew when to order the next issue as I didn't subscribe. I'm assuming they advertised in the classified section of TV ZONE or DREAMWATCH.
TPP2 focused on the two big mid-decade shows, THE X-FILES and BABYLON FIVE, which - at the time - suited me just fine as they always seemed to do a better job than the equally obsessed professional magazines (and this was around the time that every magazine spotted the opportunity to boost circulations by bunging Mulder and Scully on their cover).
As you'll see from the covers below, they also ran well-written (and fun) pieces on other shows (The Wanderer! The Equalizer! The Night Stalker! Even - puttup Friends!). What's not to love?
Each issue was technically superior to the last: boosting page count, grappling with new-fangled desktop publishing, adding colour covers. All told, it was a slick package which was (and is) a pleasure to read.
Issue 5 (Spring 1996) was the last issue I ever saw advertised. I have no idea whether any more appeared but I'm pretty sure they didn't (or, if they did, they didn't advertise them) as I would have ordered them in a shot.