STAR TREK is one of the world's most popular and enduring science fiction franchises, spanning decades' worth of TV, film, comics, books and more. This book - originally published just as DEEP SPACE NINE was first being produced - analyses the rebirth and renaissance of the series in the nineteen eighties and nineties. Along with masses of factual information - plot synopses, cast and crew and, uniquely, British transmission dates - this Programme Guide casts a gently critical eye over the series' continuity (and lack of it) and lingers over the moments of humour (intentional and otherwise). In sum, this is a light-hearted, detailed and affectionate overview of the revitalised version of the classic STAR TREK. Please note that it has not been updated since its original publication.Back in a#39;realitya#39;, Worf thinks prune juice is a a#39;Warriora#39;s drinka#39;. 63: a#39;The Offspringa#39; US ... When Starfleet learn of her, they require that Data hand over his project to the Daystrom Institute sothather development canbe observed. Picard is prepared to ... a#39;Commander, what are your intentions towards my daughter?a#39; Dataa#39;s Jokes:anbsp;...
|Title||:||The New Trek Programme Guide|
|Author||:||Paul Cornell, Martin Day, Keith Topping|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2013-10-31|