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By Caillan
January 18, 2002 - 7:21 PM

Hello World!

Peter Weir, without doubt one of my favourite directors, is finally making a new film, according to Cinescape. He'll direct Russell Crowe in the film 'Master and Commander.'

I know absolutely nothing about the books the film will be based on - but I do know that Weir picks his projects carefully, so it'll definitely be worth watching. I just love the way Weir's films always have something to say about society and the way we live - even if it's through a light-hearted comedy such as 'Green Card.' And 'Gallipoli' remains my all-time favourite Australian film - the final shot is without doubt one of the most powerful images in film history.

Trek BBS Today

Below are some of the topics currently being discussed at the Trek BBS:

- Would you buy Star Treks II-VI as special editions?

- What do you think of the TNG DVD packaging?

- Do you think there should be more female authority figures on Enterprise?

More topics can be found at the Trek BBS!

Trek Two Years Ago

These were some of the major news items on January 18, 2000:

  • Ron Moore Speaks Out
    The first segment of the infamous Ronald D. Moore interview was released, in which the writer-producer talked about his departure from Voyager. "I regret going to the show," Moore said. "I think that was my mistake. I should have known better. I should have been smart enough to know."

  • Rob Doherty Interview
    Voyager staff writer Rob Doherty gave an interview to the official Star Trek Magazine in which he talked about his typical day as a Trek staffer. "It really depends on the schedules of the bigger guys, the producers like Brannon and Ken and Joe [Menosky]," Doherty said. "When I'm writing, I can have days when I'm here by 6.30 and I don't leave until 10 or 11 at night; then I can have days when I'm not writing, but we're always busy if we're breaking a story we could be in the same room together all day; It just really depends on what's going on."

  • Major Upcoming Voyager Spoilers
    Information on seven forthcoming Voyager episodes made its way onto the Internet. Included in this was the news of the Borg children coming onboard the ship in 'Collective,' and that one of them, Icheb, was engineered to be a 'Borg Killer.'

    More news can be found in the archives.

Today's Television Listings

  • TNN will be showing TNG's 'Tin Man' at 8:00pm Eastern Time, 'Frame of Mind' at 9:00pm, 'Thine Own Self' at 10:00pm and 'The Mind's Eye' at 11:00pm.

  • The Sci-Fi Channel will be showing the Original Series's 'The Enterprise Incident' at 6:00pm Eastern Time.

  • In Canada, Space! will be showing the Original Series's 'All Our Yesterdays' at 10:00am Eastern Time, repeated at 2:00pm, TNG's 'The Best of Both Worlds, Part 2' at 3:00pm, DS9's 'Dramatis Personae' at 4:00pm and Voyager's 'Resistance' at 5:00pm, repeated at 10:00pm.

  • In the United Kingdom, Sky One will be showing Voyager's 'The Thaw' at 17:00 GMT. Thanks go out to the Great Link for this!

  • In Germany, Sat.1 will be showing Voyager's 'Die VerŲffentlichung' ('Author, Author') at 20:15 CET.

  • In Australia, TV1 will be showing TNG's 'Tin Man' at 00:00 and Voyager's 'Threshold' at 01:00. Thanks go out to the Australian Babylon 5 & Star Trek air schedule!

Tomorrow's Television Listings

  • In Canada, Space! will be showing the Original Series's 'All Our Yesterdays' at 10:00am Eastern Time, TNG's 'The Best of Both Worlds, Part 2' at 11:00am, DS9's 'Dramatis Personae' at 12:00pm and Voyager's 'Resistance' at 1:00pm.

  • In the United Kingdom, Sky One will be showing TNG's 'Home Soil' at 14:00 GMT, TNG's 'When The Bough Breaks' at 15:00, TNG's 'Coming of Age' at 16:00 and Voyager's 'Tuvix' at 17:00. Thanks go out to the Great Link for this!

  • In Australia, TV1 will be showing the Original Series's 'Wink of an Eye' at 19:30, TNG's 'Brothers' at 20:30, Voyager's 'Basics, Part I' at 21:30 and DS9's 'The Passenger' at 22:30. Thanks go out to the Australian Babylon 5 & Star Trek air schedule!

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