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(written from a Production point of view)

Issue 116 of Star Trek Magazine was the August/September 2004 issue.

ContentsEdit

Captain's Log
The Best of All Worlds
Interview – Rick Berman – "The Man with No Fear"
by Ian Spelling.
Interview – William Shatner & Leonard Nimoy – "Fascinating" & "Twinkly, Twinkle, Major Star"
by Toby Weidmann & Ian Spelling.
The interviews appear on alternate pages.
In The Beginning
Andy lane takes a look back at the development and history of Star Trek: The Original Series.
Interview – Celeste Yarnall – "The Apple of Our Eye"
by Pat Jankiewicz.
Interview – Michael Ansara – "Kang-Tastic!"
by Pat Jankiewicz.
Interview – William Blackburn – "Extra, Extra"
A Life with Star Trek
Richard Arnold gives a personal account of his career with the series.
Posters
Double-sided poster, one side a Hoshi Sato spotlight, the other of the Original Series cast.
Three single-page pinups Uhura, Spock, McCoy, and Kirk; the USS Enterprise; the crew on the bridge.
Random Thoughts
Grace Lee Whitney.
The Final Countdown
Abbie Bernstein reports from the set of "Zero Hour".
Data Stream
Chris Dows takes a deck-by-deck tour of the USS Enterprise.
From the Replicator
The Original Series season one DVD set episode rundown.
Voyager season two DVD set special features.
Foundations, Captain's Peril, A Time to Be Born & A Time to Die.
Channel Open
Communicator
In The Flesh
A Fistful of Data
Vulcan blood, communication identifiers, turbolift availability.
Tower of Commerce
Flashback
TOS: "Operation -- Annihilate!"
Hollow Pursuits
Unforgettable: Gorn captain.
Top 10: Emotional outbursts from Vulcans.
Alien of the Month: Klingons.
Great Moments in Star Trek: "The Cage", the Talosians surrender their illusions.
Next Issue


Issue 115 Star Trek Magazine
Issue 116 – August/September 2004
Issue 117

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