Neelix inadvertently releases a dangerous pathogen into the ship’s bio-neural systems while Tuvok takes charge of Maquis crewmembers reluctant to meet Starfleet standards. Beware of alien cheese when Learning Curve goes into the Mission Log. Sponsored by listeners like you –
Meet writer/producer Aaron Waltke – he was one of the first writers brought on board to chart the Protostar’s journey, and has had a major hand in how the series uses legacy characters from previous Star Trek series. He talks about his work in today’s Mission Log: Prodigy!
Mike DeMeritt returns to The Trek Files to help shed some light on the budgets of Star Trek’s first two seasons. Every dollar adds up, and accounting can be creative – so what did that mean to Star Trek’s bottom line then and now?
It was meant to be the episode that wrote the Daleks out of Doctor Who forever. Wait, why would anyone write the Daleks out of Doctor Who forever? Learn what was behind the secret extermination plan on today’s Sci-Fi 5.
The Planetary Union and The Krill are close to signing a historic treaty, but political scandal and a populist movement threaten to derail the alliance as Gently Falling Rain goes into The Mission Log.
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