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Education on the Enterprise in “New Ground”

Worf walks Alexander down the hall in "New Ground"

Looking back at TNG’s 5th season episode “New Ground,” most would probably remark that it was – aside from establishing Worf’s son, Alexander, as a recurring character and featuring the return of the fantastic Georgia Brown as Helena Rozhenko –…

Episode 32: “Past Tense”

Sisko as Gabriel Bell

In the DS9 two-parter “Past Tense,” Sisko, Bashir and Dax travel to the year 2024, a dark time in our near future. Treknews.net blogger Michelle Toven joins us to discuss the episodes’ socio-political themes, which include homelessness, mental health, race, class, violence,…

Episode 28: Her name means Freedom

Uhura

Uhura was a groundbreaking character for 1960s TV and remains a role model and cultural icon to this day. Angélique Roché of Black Girl Nerds joins us to discuss our favorite Uhura moments from TOS. Download now (right-click and save) Notes and References:…

Episode 6: Oh Captain, My Captain (Kirk)

Women at Warp welcomes our very first guest, Kayla Iacovino of TrekMovie.com, to discuss the original intergalactic ladies’ man, Captain Kirk, and his one-shot love interests. Edith Keeler, Rayna, Miramanee, Marlena Moreau, Janice Lester and JJ-verse Carol Marcus all get the…

Episode 2: Women on TNG

  This episode, Andi, Jarrah and Sue tackle the overall representations of women in Star Trek: The Next Generation. Download Now (right-click and save) Hosts: Andi, Jarrah and Sue Editor: Jarrah Transcript: Rhys – @lizardinexile Download Transcript: PDF or Word Notes and…