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9:00am-10:00am Thu 12 Oct
Season 6 Episode 6/26

Star Trek: Voyager

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Riddles While negotiating with the Kesat government, Tuvok is hit by a powerful energy source that causes severe brain damage - so Janeway sets out to locate the culprits in the hope of finding a cure. Sci-fi drama, starring Kate Mulgrew, Tim Russ and Jeri Ryan

Category: Science Fiction


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7of9 ooow weee

Voyager in my opinion is the 2nd best of all the star trek series after next generation. Can't get into the original series, maybe before my time.
SonnyMonroe   7:06pm Thu 20 Apr

vanished

Watching Voyager on PICK TV 6pm UK, a 2 part episode is supposed to have a the 2nd part shown, midweek it's simply vanished, no explanation nothing
ticked off   6:10pm Tue 3 Jul

repeats ......

repeats ...... repeats , when are the going to bring out a new S trek series :o(
T Borg   8:33pm Thu 2 Dec

Correction

Someone left this comment: 'Plastic acting, senseless plots.' I disagree, unless they were speaking about a specific episode. The show as a whole actually has some very good episodes here and there, and the one airing today ('Someone to Watch Over Me') is one of them, in my opinion. It's a bittersweet character piece on the Doctor (perhaps the best actor on the show) and his relationship with Seven, and it works wonderfully on all levels. Voyager certainly isn't the best Trek, and I have criticised it to a great degree in the past, but it still has some good moments mixed in with the bad. To condemn the entire series is silly.
Riposte   2:50pm Fri 17 Sep

Does anyone else think...

...that Janeway is really annoying ? I used to like this show years back but I can't stand her for more than five minutes these days.
Jim   7:31pm Wed 8 Sep

does anybody ever get to watch a programme?

i just go round and round in circles with yopur web pages and never to to actually starting to view the programme i want. your system is crap.
woodworm   3:41pm Sat 31 Jul

Trash

I'd have loved to watch it. Except the crappy software just takes me to iTunes shop.
ennay   3:50pm Thu 15 Jul

iTunes

It told me I had to have iTunes installed. So, I said, OK... so off it went... & went .... & went. It took so long I just gave up, and went and watched BBC instead. I'd suggest you find a decent 3rd party supplier for these functions.
ennay   3:32pm Thu 15 Jul

Alyss

no no no no no, you got it all wrong. there are 153 crew members when they leave earth, and not that many have died and they have taken new members on board as well, on top of that i don't ever remember 87 crewman dying in a continuing episode, they only die in those where they travel in time
nerd geek   10:48am Mon 24 May

Dead crewmembers

I always wonder where they get new crew from, considering that they've lost hundreds via all the crap they've been through. The ship's always getting shot or invaded or something, and Neelix is always like, "Durp, my sensorz indicate 87 crewmen are dead lol", yet they never seem short of people to keep the ship running. DO they do little recruitment drives every time they touch down on a planet? If so, stafleet must have hit its alien ethnic minority quota through Voyager's crew alone!
Alyss   5:46pm Tue 4 May