Any idea that money doesn’t exist in the 24th century is quickly abandoned with the discovery of the first stable wormhole which apparently leads to the Gamma Quadrant…
An away team comprising the First Officer, Head of Security and Chief Engineer beam down to an inhospitable planet close to the Neutral Zone to investigate a Romulan distress signal.
In this week’s exciting instalment of First Contact: The Next Generation Introcast, the Enterprise investigates the debris of a battle 1000 year old space battle.
In this week’s Star Trek: The Next Generation podcast retrospective, Andrew, Alex and James look back at ‘The Bonding’. An Enterprise away team is investigating an apparently uninhabited planet when disaster strikes and a big explosion goes off right in their faces.
The Enterprise is on course to deliver some supplies to a remote outpost who are spying on a proto-vulcan settlement. Everything goes wrong though.
The Enterprise sets off to investigate a Federation colony after receiving a distress call. Upon arrival they find the entire planet destroyed like some desolate matte painting, except for one house where a nice old couple live.
The Sheliak Corporate gets in touch with the Enterprise and they never, ever call so the crew know that something’s up. They want some humans cleared off a planet, that’s belongs to them thanks to a hundred year old treaty.
Because no one demanded it, First Contact returns to cover season 3 of Star Trek: The Next Generation starting with ‘Evolution’
First Contact now having reached the end of season 2. it’s a great time to look back at some of the important lessons that we have learned. Strap yourself in for some earth shattering revelations from the TNG universe.
It’s been over a year since the First Contact team started watching season 2 of
Star Trek: The Next Generation. Before this stage of the experiment, Alex had never seen any of this before, but what can he remember now?