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All 12 episodes of the Black Guardian trilogy from the twentieth season of the long-running sci-fi series. On discovering public schoolboy Turlough lost aboard an apparently abandoned cruiser in space, the Doctor (Peter Davison) transports to Earth in 1983, only to meet up with his old friend friend and UNIT colleague, Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart, who has apparently lost all memory of him. Back in 1977, Tegan and Nyssa meet the younger Brigadier and a disfigured alien they believe could be a regenerating Doctor. However, it turns out that this is all in fact part of a plot to destroy the Doctor by the Black Guardian, who has made a deal with Turlough to grant him transportation away from Earth if he kills the Doctor. Episodes are: 'Mawdryn Undead (Parts 1-4)', 'Terminus (Parts 1-4)' and 'Enlightenment (Parts 1-4)'.
All 26 episodes from the second season of the Star Trek series that started it all. 'Amok Time' sees Mr Spock behaving most illogically: Kirk deduces that he must be returned to Vulcan for an ancient mating ritual. In 'Who Mourns for Adonais?', a giant hand grabs hold of the Enterprise, and its owner claims to be the Greek god Apollo. 'The Changeling' sees a space probe called NOMAD enter the Enterprise after mistaking Kirk for its creator. In 'Mirror, Mirror', Kirk and a landing party are transported into a savage parallel universe where Spock has a beard. In 'The Apple', Kirk and friends discover the people of Gamma Trianguli VI enslaved to a despotic computer shaped like a serpent's head. In 'The Doomsday Machine', the Enterprise crew rescue Captain Decker from the crippled USS Constellation. In 'Catspaw', Kirk and his crew encounter the mysterious but deadly aliens Sylvia and Korob. In 'I, Mudd', the galactic conman Harry Mudd is found living on a planet surrounded by beautiful androids. 'Metamorphosis' sees Kirk, Spock and an ailing Federation Commissioner forced to land on a planet where they meet Zefram Cochrane, inventor of the warp drive. In 'Journey to Babel', the Enterprise accompanies a number of diplomats to a conference, one of them being Spock's father, Sarek. In 'Friday's Child', the Enterprise crew race to prevent the Klingons forming an alliance with the inhabitants of Capella IV. 'The Deadly Years' sees the crew of the Enterprise subjected to rapid ageing through an alien disease, and a senile Kirk becomes unable to command the ship competently. In 'Obsession', a murderous cloud attacks the Enterprise, and Kirk realises he has encountered it before. In 'Wolf in the Fold', Scotty finds himself the chief suspect in a series of female murders. In 'The Trouble with Tribbles', Kirk and crew find themselves besieged with small furry animals while guarding a consignment of grain. 'The Gamesters of Triskelion' sees Kirk, Uhura and Chekov captured by powerful aliens, and forced to become gladiators for their entertainment. In 'A Piece of the Action', Kirk and company discover a planet where the culture is based on Earth's Chicago gang scene. In 'The Immunity Syndrome', the Enterprise discovers a huge space-born being that destroyed the USS Intrepid. In 'A Private Little War', Kirk discovers war on the planet Neural. In 'Return to Tomorrow', the crew of the Enterprise encounter some energy beings who want to borrow their bodies to help them construct androids. In 'Patterns of Force', Kirk finds that the Prime Directive has been broken, and a planet has developed in an unnatural way so that the society reflects that of Nazi Germany. In 'By Any Other Name', the ship is hijacked by a scouting party from Andromeda. In 'The Omega Glory', the Enterprise comes across the USS Exeter, a missing starship where the crew have been wiped out by a mysterious virus. In 'The Ultimate Computer', Dr Daystrom uses his new computer to play war games, but unfortunately the super-computer malfunctions - and begins to act on its own. 'Bread and Circuses' sees the discovery of a civilisation based on the Roman Empire on Earth. Finally, in 'Assignment: Earth', the Enterprise travels back to the 1960s, where it discovers an alien presence trying to alter time.
Documentary revolving around the fans of one of the most popular TV programmes of all time, Star Trek. The programme follows a group of devoted 'Trekkers' as they attempt to keep up the spirit of the series by making their own Star Trek-inspired movies.
Another adventure for the intrepid space/time traveller. The Doctor (Tom Baker) has returned the TARDIS to his home planet of Gallifrey, but why has he forbidden Leela (Louise Jameson) to accompany him? Why, upon claiming the Presidency, does he expel every senior Time Lord to the outer wastes? And what plan is he hatching with the hostile Vardans? The only people he seems to have taken into his confidence are K9 and Chancellor Borusa, but whatever game the Doctor is playing, he has reckoned without the return of an old foe... This story marks the departure from the series of Leela and K9 Mark 1.
The first series of the science fiction programme that follows in the footsteps of 'The Outer Limits' and 'The Twilight Zone' and is hosted by Stephen Hawking. The series unites some of the genre's most revered names, including John Kessel, Robert A. Heinlein, Howard Fast, Walter Mosley, Robert Sheckley and Harlan Ellison.
The entire sixth season of this spin-off series. In 'A Time to Stand', it is three months after the events of the fifth season finale (where Sisko and the crew left DS9 in the hands of the Cardassians and Dominion), and Starfleet has been taking a battering in the war. Sisko has been removed from command of the Defiant, but his new mission will send him deep into enemy space to destroy the source of Ketrace White, the drug that the Jem'Hadar are reliant upon. In 'Rocks and Shoals', Sisko and his team are stranded deep in Cardassian space without weapons or warp drive, and they are forced to crash-land on a planet that is also host to a platoon of fearsome Jem'Hadar warriors. Sisko must decide whether to face the warriors or make a deal with their treacherous commander. In 'Sons and Daughters', Worf resumes his position on General Martok's ship and discovers that his son is also on board. Worf discovers that Alexander is not a particularly proficient warrior. In 'Behind the Lines', the Cardassians discover that they can dismantle the minefield around the wormhole so Kira's resistance cell have to move fast. However, she begins to question Odo's loyalty to the cause after the appearance on the station of a female shapeshifter. In 'Favor the Bold' (sic) and 'Sacrifice of Angels', a two part story, Sisko is frustrated by the course of the war and decides to implement a plan to retake DS9, knowing that the Cardassians and Dominion are close to dismantling the mine-field guarding the wormhole. As the battle rages, the Federation hope for support from the non-committal Klingons. On the station, Rom faces execution for being a traitor so Kira, Jake and Quark must act against the occupying forces, while Odo is beginning to have second thoughts about joining the Great Link. Worf and Dax finally get the chance to tie the knot in 'You Are Cordially Invited', but their inherent differences may bring about a cancellation. Meanwhile Bashir and O'Brien get more than they bargained for when they accompany Sisko and General Martok on Worf's stag-do. In 'Resurrection', a mirror universe incarnation of Vedek Bareil comes to the station, and Kira finds herself falling in love with him all over again. But his hidden agenda could have serious repercussions for Bajorans in both universes. In 'Statistical Probabilities', a group of genetically advanced humans arrive on the station, and their superior powers of perception uncover a new Dominion plot and a darker, more worrying future for the Federation. In 'The Magnificent Ferengi', Quark leaves his cowardice behind when he leads a group of unlikely Ferengi heroes on a mission to Empek Nor to rescue his mother from a unit of Jem'Hadar. In 'Waltz', Sisko finds himself at the mercy of the now-deranged Gul Dukat when he crash lands en route to a war trial. 'Who Mourns for Morn?' sees Quark's bar regulars gathering to pay their respects to the late Morn, only to learn that he had a hidden fortune stashed away. In 'One Little Ship', Dax, O'Brien and Bashir are miniaturised to the size of insects by a spatial anomaly. They then have to battle to regain the Defiant from the invading Dominion. 'Far Beyond the Stars' sees Sisko taken ill. In his mind he becomes a science fiction writer in 1950s New York, struggling to come to terms with racial discrimination. In 'Honor Among Thieves', O'Brien discovers a plot to assassinate a Klingon Ambassador when he goes undercover, but if he attempts to prevent the killing he will only prompt another murder. 'Change of Heart' sees Worf forced to make a difficult decision when his wife, Dax, is badly wounded while they are on a mission together. If Worf does not leave Dax to complete his assignation, thousands will perish. However, if he leaves Dax alone she will die from her injuries. In 'Wrongs Darker Than Death or Night', Kira uses one of the Orbs of the Prophets to journey back in time after Gul Dukat taunts her on the anniversary of her late mother's birth. She soon discovers some unpleasant truths relating to her family. 'Inquisition' sees Doctor Bashir arrested under suspicion of spying for the Dominion. The case against him seems concrete when his service records are scrutinised, and even Sisko begins to have his doubts about Bashir's integrity. 'In the Pale Moonlight' sees Sisko deciding to call on old enemies the Romulans for help in the war with the Dominion. In 'His Way', Odo immerses himself in the lifestyle of the swinging nightclub singer, courtesy of the ship's holosuite. In his new guise, he finds it easy to win over a holographic Kira, but faces more of a challenge when he tries to use his charms on the real-life model. In 'The Reckoning', Sisko discovers his name engraved on a 3,000-year-old Bajoran stone tablet. Against his better judgement, he removes the sacred relic, unleashing terrible forces which threaten not only Sisko's existence, but also that of his crew and son. 'Valiant' sees Jake and Nog trapped behind enemy lines when they are picked up by a Starfleet warship. Unfortunately, the crew consists entirely of cadets on a training mission. The vessel's young captain soon reveals a kamikazi streak when he announces that he intends his ship to mount a suicide attack on a Dominion battleship. In 'Profit and Lace', Grand Nagus Zek shocks the Ferengi Alliance when he decrees that female Ferengis may now wear clothes. Zek is quickly deposed by his enemies, forcing Quark to resort to desperate measures to save his friend from liquidation. 'Time's Orphan' sees a family jaunt to a nearby planet turning into a disaster for Miles O'Brien and wife Keiko when their eight-year-old daughter, Molly, falls through a temporal gateway to the past. She re-emerges as a rebellious teenager who has spent the last ten years alone on the planet. In 'The Sound of Her Voice', the Defiant makes contact with Julia, a Starfleet Officer stranded on a distant planet. As they race to her aid, Julia tells them that the planet's poisonous atmosphere is slowly killing her. 'Tears of the Prophets' sees Sisko ignoring the advice of the Prophets and leaving the station to lead an invasion of Cardassia. DS9 is left vulnerable to attack by Gul Dukat, who is out to wreak a bitter revenge.
The entire seventh season of this spin-off series. In 'Image in the Sand', Sisko discovers some dark secrets from his past after experiencing a vision of a woman's face buried in the sand. Meanwhile, the widowed Worf determines to win a battle in Jadzia's honour in order that her spirit can ascend to the Klingon afterlife. Ensign Ezri, the new Trill host for Dax, struggles to make the necessary adjustment. In 'Shadows and Symbols', Sisko journeys to Tyree in search of the Orb of the Emissary, but his actions have devastating consequences. In 'After Image', Ezri Dax struggles to cope both with the reactions of crew members who remember Jadzia and her new job as ship's counsellor. Her first assignment in the latter capacity sees her forced to cheer up Garak, the Cardassian agent who is suffering from depression. 'Take Me Out to the Holosuite' sees Sisko forced to assemble a Deep Space Nine baseball team when he is challenged to a game by an old sparring partner. Sisko and his ragtag bunch have just two weeks to get in shape... In 'Chrysalis', Bashir forms an intense personal relationship with a young woman on whom he has carried out untested brain surgery, but the emotional pressure he places her under causes a regression. 'Treachery, Faith and the Great River' sees Weyoun placing himself in Odo's hands when he seemingly defects from the Dominion. DS9's security officer has his initial suspicions allayed by the discovery of a secret relating to Weyoun and the Founders. In 'Once More Unto the Breach', Worf is pleased to welcome an ageing Klingon to the crew when he offers his services against the Dominion. However, Worf finds himself deployed on a suicidal mission as a result. 'The Siege of Ar-558' sees the Starfleet officers experiencing the hardships of war first-hand when the Defiant comes to the aid of a depleted unit on the front line. In 'Covenant', Kira is captured by the followers of the Pah-wraiths and taken to space station Empor Nok. There she meets Gul Dukat, who is attempting to disguise his darker side while posing as a religious convert. 'It's Only a Paper Moon' sees Nog returning to DS9 to convalesce after a serious injury. However, he slides into obsession after witnessing the holosuite club act of crooner Vic Fontaine. In 'Prodigal Daughter', Chief O'Brien goes missing on a mission to infiltrate the Syndicate. Ezri Dax attempts to engage the assistance of her estranged family, who are powerful figures in the local business community. 'The Emperor's New Cloak' finds Quark and Rom on a mission to rescue the kidnapped Grand Nagus Zek, but all does not go according to plan. In 'Field of Fire', the DS9 crew find themselves searching for a serial killer after three officers are murdered. Ezri Dax finds clues in her own past to the killer's next move, and realizes that she will be on the hit list. 'Chimera' sees DS9 joined by another shapeshifter - one of the hundred Changelings sent into space hundreds of years previously. Odo persuades him not to join the Founders, but the new arrival is soon wreaking destruction of his own. In 'Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges', Bashir is coerced by agent Sloan into travelling to Romulus, where he monitors the activities of the Secret Police head. He soon becomes involved in a plot to assassinate an important politician. 'Badda-Bing, Badda-Bang' sees the DS9 involved in a holodeck scenario whereby they must steal one million dollars in order to save Vic Fontaine from Mafia boss Frankie Eyes. In 'Penumbra', Worf is believed lost in battle, but his former wife Ezri Dax takes a shuttle and goes in search of him, reliving her amorous feelings for the Klingon. ''Til Death Do Us Part' sees Worf and Dax experiencing a new attraction while being held for torture by Breen, while Sisko and Kasidy's wedding plans are shaken by a warning from the Prophets. In 'Strange Bedfellows', Worf and Ezri find themselves accused of war crimes in a Cardassian court, while a disguised Guld Dukat plots the downfall of the Emissary with Lai Winn. 'The Changing Face of Evil' sees the Federation joining forces with the Cardassian underground in order to outclass the Breen. In 'When It Rains...', Kai Winn and Gul Dukat plot the demise of the Emissary, while the Federation finds a new ally in the wake of the alliance between the Dominion and the Breen. 'Tacking into the Wind' sees Kira attempting to steal a Breen weapon in order to discover why it is not effective against Klingon ships. In 'Extreme Measures', Bashir and O'Brien attempt to force Section 31 agent Sloan to provide a cure for Odo's terminal illness. 'The Dogs of War' sees Quark shocked to learn that he is to be named Grand Nagus, while the war on Cardassia is affected by the announcement that Damai has returned from the dead to lead his people. Closing the seventh season, in 'What You Leave Behind Part 1', the crew of the Defiant prepare to do battle with the Dominion, while Kira faces execution at the hands of the Jem Hadar. Finally, 'What You Leave Behind Part 2' sees the DS9 personnel preparing to disband in the wake of the Dominion War, but not before the Emissaries of the Prophets and the Pah Wraiths face off one final time.
The complete sixth season of the 'Star Trek' spin-off. In 'Time's Arrow: Part 2' the crew realise that aliens are travelling into Earth's past to steal mankind's neural energy. In 'Realm of Fear' Reg Barclay returns and has to face his phobias when he discovers aliens in the transporter beam's sub-space. In 'Man of the People' an ambassador channels his dark thoughts into Troi's mind to keep him young and alive. In 'Relics' Scotty, from the original 'Star Trek' series, is found trapped in a transporter beam where he has been for over seventy years. In 'Schisms' certain crew members begin to suffer from strange symptoms and dreams, and it is soon discovered that sub-space aliens are abducting the crew in order to experiment on them. In 'True Q' the super-being Q returns and informs a young girl that she is part of the Q continuum, and she must decide between joining the other Q or being killed. In 'Rascals' a transporter malfunction reduces some of the crew to child versions of themselves. In 'A Fistful of Datas' Worf, Troi and Alexander are trapped in a Western holo-deck programme when Data floods the ship's computer with his own neural signals. In 'The Quality of Life' Data risks the rest of the crews' lives by protecting a new 'living' machine. In 'Chain of Command: Part 1' Picard is sent on a mission and replaced by the caustic Captain Jellico. In 'Chain of Command: Part 2' Picard is subjected to all manner of torture at the hands of the Cardassians, and the crew of the Enterprise begin to feel uneasy under Jellico's command. In 'Ship in a Bottle' Barclay reactivates the holo character of Moriarty who is determined to live a life outside the walls of the holo-deck. In 'Aquiel' Geordie falls in love with an alien Starfleet lieutenant who is the suspect in a bizarre murder case. In 'Face of the Enemy' Troi awakes one morning to find that she is dressed as a Romulan on a Romulan ship, helping to smuggle high ranking defectors to the Federation. In 'Tapestry' Picard gets fatally wounded and meets Q in the afterlife, where he is shown that he really did have a 'wonderful life'. In 'Birthright: Part 1' Data is experiencing dreams and Worf is informed by a stranger on DS9 that his father may have survived the Kitomer massacre, so he sets off to find out. In 'Birthright: Part 2' Worf is held captive by the Romulans. In 'Starship Mine' Picard has to deal with intergalactic terrorists while trapped on the Enterprise. In 'Lessons' Picard falls in love with a new officer. In 'The Chase' a madcap chase across space culminates in a confrontation between the Klingons, Humans, Romulans and Cardassians, who find out they have more in common than any of them could imagine. In 'Frame of Mind' Riker finds himself interned in a lunatic asylum. In 'Suspicions' Dr Crusher risks her career when she tries to prove that an eminent Ferengi scientist was murdered by one of his rivals. In 'Rightful Heir' Worf finds his loyalty severely tested when a mythically great Klingon warrior returns to reclaim the Empire. In 'Second Chances' Riker encounters a transporter twin of himself that was created by accident eight years earlier, and this twin tries to rekindle his love for Troi. In 'Timescape' the Enterprise is frozen in time on the edge of a disaster and the crew must discover a way of saving themselves. Finally, in 'Descent: Part 1', Data is lured away from the Enterprise by the new Borg, who are now able to demonstrate their individuality and refer to themselves using names.
Reunite with Dr. Sam Beckett, a scientist who never knows whose body he is going to "leap" into next or when, where and at what moment in time he may find himself.
Who will he be next? An undercover cop. A blind pianist. A harassed secretary. It's up to Sam to change the history of each person for the better, and hopefully, complete the mission that will someday take him home.
Accompanied by a wise-cracking, womanising holographic guide, Al, Sam's twisting the hands of fate with each heart-pounding, action-packed adventure. And now, you can make the ultimate date with destiny with all 22 Second Season episodes of this groundbreaking series.
First shown as part of the BBC's Play For Today series in 1980, The Flipside of Dominick Hide has been acclaimed as one of the small screen's finest science fiction stories. The immediate popularity of the play led, two years later, to an equally well-received sequel.
The Flipside of Dominick Hide
Another Flip for Dominick
The first season of the BBC1 crime series in which a motley crew of retired police officers - Gerry Standing (Dennis Waterman), Jack Halford (James Bolam) and Brian Lane (Alun Armstrong) - is recruited by Superintendent Sandra Pullman (Amanda Redman) to re-open troublesome cases that were never laid to rest. From the discovery of a new motive in the killing of a college lecturer, to the tracing of a missing child, the team finds a way through the detail that eluded the original officers. But they are finding a surprising incidence of cover-up and conspiracy in their new investigations. Are their superiors about to close ranks? Or is someone feeding them particular files? Either way, the suspicion that they are being manipulated is high - and the team is determined to get to the bottom of it. These old dogs won't roll over too easily... Episodes comprise: 'The Chinese Job', 'ID Parade', 'Painting on Loan', '1984', 'Good Work Rewarded', 'Home Truths' and 'Talking to the Dead'.
The entire second season of the 1970s BBC sci-fi series. 'Redemption' sees Orac's prediction of the Liberator's destruction looking likely to be fulfilled when the ship's original owners arrive and take the rebels prisoner. In 'Shadow', Blake becomes involved with an interplanetary crime syndicate. 'Weapon' sees Blake and crew set out to steal a deadly 'delayed-effect' gun, which Servalan also wishes to possess. In 'Horizon', the Liberator heads for the edge of the Galaxy, only to be taken prisoner on the planet Horizon. 'Pressure Point' sees Blake attempting to destroy the Federation's control centre, only to walk into a trap set by Travis. In 'Trial', Travis is made a scapegoat by Servalan for their failure to capture Blake. 'Killer' sees Blake and his crew stumbling upon a derelict spaceship whilst on a mission to crack the Federation's new transmission code. The craft houses a deadly plague which could threaten the existence of the entire universe. In 'Hostage', Travis tries to trap Blake by kidnapping his cousin, Inga. 'Countdown' sees Blake and crew coming to the aid of the planet Albian, whose population are dying from radiation poisoning. In 'Voice from the Past', a telepathic signal forces Blake to reroute the Liberator to an asteroid where Travis lies in wait. Whilst 'Gambit' sees Blake, Cally and Jenna visit a gambling world to find the man who knows the location of the Federation's Star One. Avon and Villa, meanwhile, choose to take Orac on an illicit gambling spree. In 'The Keeper', Blake tries to obtain the key to Star One from a tribal chief on the planet Goth. However, Travis has beaten him to it. Finally, 'Star One' sees Blake at last launch his attack on the Federation's headquarters, unaware that an alien fleet is poised to invade.
The complete first season of the American sci-fi show. Former detective Jack Whelan (John Simm) is called upon to investigate some unusual, seemingly unconnected incidents when his own wife (Mira Sorvino) vanishes and the family of a brilliant scientist are all murdered. His search for the truth leads him to stumble upon a secret society known as Qui Reverti who seek immortality by taking refuge in other people's bodies. The episodes are: 'She Was Provisional', 'And Here... You Must Listen', 'Time Has Come Today', 'Ave Verum Corpus', 'The Shepherds and the Fox', 'Bound', 'The Crossing Place' and 'There Is No End'.
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