• Summary

  • Your weekly deep-dive into the archives of Roddenberry Entertainment, from the personal files of Gene Roddenberry. Each week, “Dr. Trek” himself, Larry Nemecek, and his guest host will take a behind-the-scenes look at documents that haven’t been viewed in decades—many being revealed publicly for the very first time!
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Episodes
  • 7-24 Maiden Wine poem - 1968

    Dec 28 2021

    Closing out the season, The Trek Files is pleased to welcome back special guest Adam Nimoy. In this week's show, Adam discusses the sights (and smells) of his boyhood visit to the TOS set as well as creative tensions within the production. A memo about "Maiden Wine" promos discussion about Leonard Nimoy's music career.

    See the documents: facebook.com/thetrekfiles

    Visit the Trekland site for behind-the-scenes access and exclusive merchandise.

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    21 mins
  • 7-23 - National Space Society speech - January, 1989

    Dec 21 2021

    A speech given by Gene Roddenberry in 1989 to the National Space Society is the perfect starting point with this week's guest, an amateur astronomer, asteroid chaser, and space enthusiast. He also happens to have played Tuvok on "Star Trek: Voyager." Tim Russ joins The Trek Files for a discussion of reaching the stars.

    See the documents: Facebook.com/TheTrekFiles

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    23 mins
  • 7-22 Letter to Bob Justman - June 4, 1987

    Dec 14 2021

    Continuing our discussion of Susan Oliver's career, George Pappy joins The Trek Files this week to share insights into Susan's work as a director. In an industry notoriously difficult for women, Susan had secured a few directing credits and hoped to continue on Star Trek: The Next Generation.

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    18 mins

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