Optical Data Network Issue 110 Released

By 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.
More news can be found in the full newsletter, which also contains regular features such as the US and UK episode schedules. If you didn't yet receive the newsletter in your mailbox already, the ODN site also offers you an option to subscribe to the Optical Data Network.

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