Television

Gene Roddenberry in 1976

Eugene Wesley “Gene” Roddenberry was born on August 19, 1921 in El Paso, Texas. He’s most famous as the creator of Star Trek, where there’s an optimistic future in which humans seek to realize their dreams and inner aspirations rather than greedy ambitions.

Doctor Who - The Black Guardian Trilogy - Mawdryn Undead

“Mawdryn Undead” is an adventure of the twentienth season of “Doctor Who” classic series, the first of the mini-arc known by the global title “The Black Guardian Trilogy”, which aired in 1983 featuring the Fifth Doctor, Tegan, Nyssa and Turlough. It’s a four parts adventure written by Peter Grimwade and directed by Peter Moffatt.

Doctor Who - Four To Doomsday

“Four To Doomsday” is an adventure of the nineteenth season of the classic “Doctor Who” series aired in 1982 featuring the Fifth Doctor, Tegan, Nyssa and Adric. It’s a four parts adventure written by Terence Dudley and directed by John Black.

Doctor Who - The E-Space Trilogy - Warriors' Gate

“Warriors’ Gate” is an adventure of the eighteenth season, the third of the mini-arc known by the global title “The E-Space Trilogy”, which aired in 1981. It follows “State of Decay” and it’s a four parts adventure written by Steve Gallagher and directed by Paul Joyce.

Doctor Who - The E-Space Trilogy - State Of Decay

“State of Decay” is an adventure of the eighteenth season, the second of the mini-arc known by the global title “The E-Space Trilogy”, which aired in 1980. It follows “Full Circle” and it’s a four parts adventure written by Terrance Dicks and directed by Peter Moffatt.