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Your weekly deep-dive into the archives of Roddenberry Entertainment, from the personal files of Gene Roddenberry. Each week, “Dr. Trek” himself, Larry Nemecek, and his guest host will take a behind-the-scenes look at documents that haven’t been viewed in decades—many being revealed publicly for the very first time!

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Your weekly deep-dive into the archives of Roddenberry Entertainment, from the personal files of Gene Roddenberry. Each week, “Dr. Trek” himself, Larry Nemecek, and his guest host will take a behind-the-scenes look at documents that haven’t been viewed in decades—many being revealed publicly for the very first time!

    5-8 The Star Trek Format - Parallel Worlds - March 11, 1964

    5-8 The Star Trek Format - Parallel Worlds - March 11, 1964

    Going back to the very roots of Star Trek, we revisit one of the earliest documents, "The Star Trek Format," to examine what works and doesn't work about the "parallel worlds" concept. Special guest Rod Roddenberry discusses Trek's philosophy and legacy of crafting a future based on inclusion and curiosity.

    See the documents: http://facebook.com/thetrekfiles

    • 18 min
    5-07 The Lorelei Signal science notes - May 1973

    5-07 The Lorelei Signal science notes - May 1973

    Keeping the science in "science fiction" is a challenge whether it's for an adult or children's audience. In 1973, physicist Harvey Lynn was consulting The Animated Series just as he had done for Star Trek originally. The Trek Files is pleased to welcome Trek's newest science advisor, Dr. Erin MacDonald, to talk about keeping it real on the Enterprise.

    See the documents: http://facebook.com/thetrekfiles

    • 18 min
    5-06 Encounter at Farpoint story draft - December 1986

    5-06 Encounter at Farpoint story draft - December 1986

    A straightforward story to introduce audiences to the new Enterprise crew is what Dorothy Fontana had in mind in late 1986 when she drafted "Encounter at Farpoint." It would change many times before premiering nearly a year later - not the least of which was the addition of "Q." The Trek Files unearths a document this week from TNG's earliest days.

    See the document: http://facebook.com/thetrekfiles

    • 20 min
    5-05 TNG Emmy plans - April 28, 1990

    5-05 TNG Emmy plans - April 28, 1990

    What does it take to get a show nominated for an Emmy award? Not solely concerned with production, Michael Piller sent a memo to Gene Roddenberry and Rick Berman in April 1990 about which episodes had the best chances of getting some prestigious recognition. If only they could find a way to get Patrick Stewart in the running! The Trek Files welcomes back Eric Stillwell to discuss another one from Gene's archive...

    See the documents: facebook.com/thetrekfiles

    • 15 min
    5-04 TNG Parody call sheet - April 20, 1990

    5-04 TNG Parody call sheet - April 20, 1990

    At the end of season three of Star Trek: The Next Generation, the crew decide to have some fun by distributing a parody call sheet. Special guest Eric Stillwell sheds some light on the backstage atmosphere while The Trek Files boldly goes "where every man has been by now."

    See the documents: facebook.com/thetrekfiles

    • 18 min
    5-03 TV Guide letter to Gene Roddenberry - December 1965

    5-03 TV Guide letter to Gene Roddenberry - December 1965

    A 1965 letter to Gene Roddenberry from TV Guide features an interview excerpt and an invitation to participate in a promotional film. Gene's words reveal his lifelong interest in tackling important issues and pushing the social and political boundaries of the medium.

    See the documents: http://facebook.com/thetrekfiles

    • 24 min

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