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Issue 72 of Star Trek Monthly was the November 2000 issue.

ContentsEdit

First Contact
Nick Jones on music and Star Trek.
The Best of All Worlds
Interview - William Shatner - "Lost in Music"
by Ian Spelling.
Star Trek Top 40!
Nick Jones and others look at music in Star Trek.
Interview - Tim Russ - "An Ear for Music"
by David Bassom and Ruth Thomas.
Poster
Robert Picardo as The Doctor.
A Fistful of Data
How did The Doctor father a child in "Blink of an Eye"?; Thomas Riker and Miles O'Brien in "Defiant", warp drive on the Phoenix.
Future Sounds
Paul Simpson looks at the incidental music of Star Trek.
Interview - Cody & Kurt Wetherill - "Twin Peaks"
by Ian Spelling.
Interview - Patricia Tallman - "Gotta Role with the Punches"
by Ian Spelling.
Ship Shape!
David Bassom talks to Andrew Pang about Star Trek: Paper Universe.
From the Replicator
Collectibles: Merchandise from Star Trek: Federation Science, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Dominion Wars delayed, Franklin Mint.
Games: James Brumbaugh reports from Gen Con.
On Screen: Voyager volume 6.10; interview with Michael Reisz.
Read Out: Star Trek: New Earth.
Hollow Pursuits
Great Moments in Star Trek: "Yesterday's Enterprise", Picard's speech. Listenfile info
Top 10: Cliffhangers.
Unforgettable: Quinn.
What a Way to Go!: Doomsday machine.
Fantasy Star Trek: Crew composed entirely of Datas.
Communicator
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Issue 71 Star Trek Monthly
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