Optical Data Network Issue 110 ReleasedBy Christian
September 12, 2000 - 7:39 PM
Adam Bailey has sent out issue 110 of the Optical Data Network, his biweekly Star Trek newsletter. As usual, it contained quite a few news items we missed the first time around. Here's a round-up:
- Walter Koenig (Pavel Chekov) has voiced the audio adaptation of Ken Carodine's techno-thriller 'All The Sea'. The book is being made available in 16 episodes, with a new one being released each week, for a one-time cost of $15. Click here to find the broadcasts.
- Kim Cattrall (Valeris) was recently profiled in an episode of Lifetime's 'Intimate Portrait' series. More on this can be found here.
- According to Patrick Stewart (Jean-Luc Picard), the interview with him that recently appeared in George Magazine, and in which he appeared quite critical of the United States, was a "grotesque and cynical misrepresentation of everything [he] said". Click here to read Stewart's letter to George reacting to the interview.
- Jeff Berkwits at the Science Fiction Weekly has written a review of the recently released 'Best of Star Trek II' soundtrack CD.
- Starting this weekend, CFCF-12 in Montreal has stopped airing 'Voyager' on Saturdays. The nearest UPN affiliate, Burlington-based WVBT-39, is not available to those in Montreal, so the only options left are sattelite or cable.