‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ – Season 3 REVIEWED

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As many of us are still in lockdown because of the coronavirus pandemic – please keep safe – I’ve been enjoying re-watching Season 3 of ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ on DVD. I’m currently looking forward to checking out Season 4 of ‘DS9’ next after I’ve had a week enjoying some ‘Doctor Who’ for my birthday. Continue reading

‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ – Season 2 REVIEWED

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Whilst many of us are continuing to cope with the coronavirus situation – please keep safe – I’m continuing to enjoy listening to ‘Doctor Who’ audio dramas by Big Finish as well as watch episodes of ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ on DVD. I’m doing these things whilst I’m currently staying at home. Continue reading

‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ – Season 1 REVIEWED

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There’s a lot of ‘Star Trek’ coming out lately. We’ve had two seasons of ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ on Netflix and the new show ‘Star Trek: Picard’ is due to come out soon on Amazon Prime Video on the 23rd of January 2020. It’ll take a while before I check out those two new ‘Star Trek’ shows on DVD/Blu-ray. 😦 Continue reading

‘Star Trek’ Tributes

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This year, we’ve sadly lost two ‘Star Trek’ stars – René Auberjonois who played Odo in ‘Deep Space Nine’ and Aron Eisenberg who played Nog in ‘Deep Space Nine’. I’m saddened by this as I’ve enjoyed seeing these two ‘Star Trek’ actors in ‘DS9’, with it being one of my favourite ‘Star Trek’ spin-off shows. Continue reading

Convention Report – ‘Destination Star Trek Birmingham 2018’

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Last weekend from the 19th to the 21st of October 2018, my Mum and I attended the ‘Destination Star Trek Birmingham’ convention at the NEC (National Exhibition Centre) in Birmingham. I had an amazing time! There was lots to do; plenty to see and it was an interesting, unusual experience to see what a ‘Star Trek’ convention was like for change. Continue reading