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Star Trek at 40 - Where No-One Has Gone Before


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Radio 2 boldly celebrates the 40th anniversary of writer/producer
Gene Roddenberry 's original Star Trek series, which debuted on US TV screens on 8 September 1966. The sci-fi adventure starring William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy (as Captain James T Kirk and Mr Spock ) aired for just three seasons but, thanks to extensive re-runs and an intense fan base, evolved into what undoubtedly must be the number one cult programme in television history, and has survived in numerous film and television incarnations.
Comedian Stewart Lee explores the show's legacy - including its influence on physicists - with contributions from actors
Leonard Nimoy and Patrick Stewart , sci-fi actor/director Jonathan Frakes , astronomer Patrick Moore , and fans Tracey Emin , Gary Numan , Mitch Benn and Hattie Hayridge (of TV's Red Dwarf).
Producer Wayne Imms


Producer: Gene Roddenberry
Unknown: William Shatner
Unknown: Leonard Nimoy
Unknown: Captain James T Kirk
Unknown: Mr Spock
Unknown: Stewart Lee
Unknown: Leonard Nimoy
Unknown: Patrick Stewart
Director: Jonathan Frakes
Unknown: Patrick Moore
Unknown: Tracey Emin
Unknown: Gary Numan
Unknown: Mitch Benn
Unknown: Hattie Hayridge
Producer: Wayne Imms

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Star Trek at 40 - Where No-One Has Gone Before

BBC Radio 2, 3 October 2006 20.30

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