Mission Log: A Roddenberry Star Trek Podcast

Worf hears the worst news he could imagine: that his father is alive and well on a Romulan prison planet. He sets off to investigate what became of the Klingons who survived the Khitomer massacre and discovers those prisoners may not want to be freed. Meanwhile, Data is having daddy issues of his own. A power surge causes his positronic brain to start vividly dreaming about the late Dr. Soong, and it seems that where theres smoke, there's a bird! Birthright Parts I and II on this week's Mission Log.

 

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Direct download: 232_-_Brithright.mp3
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Captain Picard is mortally wounded while on a mission, but when he walks toward the light, it's Q on the other side! If he had it all to do over again, would a simpler, less dangerous life be a better fit for Picard? Can Q convince him to change the mistakes of his youth? Pulling the threads of life's Tapestry on the next Mission Log.

 

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Direct download: 231_-_Tapestry.mp3
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What are those bumps on Counselor Troi’s forehead? Wait! That IS her forehead! She’s been kidnapped. And yet, she is in command of a Romulan ship because - as far as anyone knows - she is a Romulan! Meanwhile a wayward ensign returns to the Federation, having defected decades ago. Now he has a message from - hang onto your hats - Ambassador Spock! Intrigue abounds as we put Face of the Enemy in the Mission Log.

 

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Direct download: 230__Face_of_the_Enemy.mp3
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Lt. Aquiel Uhnari works at a communications relay station way out in the middle of nowhere. She might be dead, she might be a killer, or she might be a pile of coalescent microorganisms. Doesn't matter: either way, Geordi has got the hots for her. This week, Aquiel goes into the Mission Log.

 

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Direct download: 229_-_Aquiel.mp3
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He's suave, dangerous, brilliant and Data's favorite holodeck challenge. He also happens to have consciousness, and he wants a life out there in the real universe. Moriarty is back! It's elementary - Ship in a Bottle on this week's Mission Log.

 

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Direct download: 228_-_Ship_in_a_Bottle.mp3
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Captain Picard is on a secret mission and command of the Enterprise is turned over to Captain Edward Jellico. The Enterprise crew finds Jellico's abrasive style hard to handle. Still, he may be leading them into battle. Meanwhile, Picard is captured and tortured by Gul Madred, a Cardassian interrogator. The pain could stop at any time. All Picard has to do is give the wrong answer. How many messages are there? Find out when we put Chain of Command, Parts I and II, into the Mission Log.

 

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Direct download: 227_-_Chain_of_Command.mp3
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The Quality of Life Exobots are great for helping out around the workplace: they can float, they make their own tools, they can be programmed for a variety of tasks. They also learn. In fact, they're learning so much that they might actually be alive. Data sizes up the measure of a 'bot when we put The Quality of Life into the Mission Log.

 

 

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Direct download: 226_-_The_Quality_of_Life.mp3
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The Enterprise has nowhere to go for 48 hours. But even sitting in stationary orbit with nothing to do, the crew can find trouble. The holodeck has gone haywire! Data is turning into a cowpoke! Dr. Crusher has lost a play! Also, Alexander! What will ship and crew do? Find out when we put A Fistful of Datas in the Mission Log.

 

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Direct download: 225_-_A_Fistful_of_Datas.mp3
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Picard is shorter and has more hair than usual. In fact, he's a 12 year old kid, and so are Keiko, Guinan and Ensign Ro. Are they still themselves even after a physical transformation? Can they still do their jobs, and do they have what it takes to defeat Ferengi invaders? Rascals on this week’s Mission Log.

 

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Direct download: 224_-_Rascals.mp3
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We're sitting down with Adam Nimoy to discuss his work on Star Trek, his documentary "For the Love of Spock," and celebrate the life of Leonard Nimoy who we lost two years ago. Adam also sets the stage for his upcoming project, an epic Deep Space Nine documentary, "What We Left Behind."

Check out the site for "What We Left Behind" at DS9Documentary.com

 

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Direct download: Supplemental_32_-_The_One_with_Adam_Nimoy.mp3
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