Members of the Federation- Updated and extended!

Here are a set of links, which if your a Star Trek are websites you've just got to check out as they are interesting and helpful...and absolutely awesome!
If you have any suggestions for website's we should link to then let us know!!!

Join Sam and Carole, as they train up their Trekkies In Training (TiTs) Sarah and Tressa. Whilst giving out advice on the do's and don't for conventions!
Make sure you check them out!!!
Trekkie Girls website

Check out Trek Radio if your interested in listening to their team of international DJs and podcasting partners, broadcast live to the world of Star Trek with a variety of popular music and the latest entertainment news.
Trek Radio website

Ex Astris Scientia focuses on the analysis of canon Star Trek starships, and "Treknology". They also have multiple discussion's of different aspects of Star Trek. The website also includes episode reviews, galleries and countless other features.
Ex Astris Scientia website

Founded in 2006, has become the number one site for news about all aspects of Star Trek.'s team of contributors has unrivalled sources with the Star Trek community, license holders and creatives allowing us to provide the latest information and insights into what is going on with Star Trek.
Much more than reporting on just the new Star Trek films, TrekMovie also covers Star Trek books, comics, home video, merchandise, fan films, conventions and events, celebrity news, the latest viral videos and more.
TrekMovie website

"The Trek Collective" is a blog dedicated to the Star Trek franchise by specialising in product news. Which includes books, comics, games and toys.
The Trek Collective website

The Web's largest and most frequently updated Star Trek multimedia resource.
The site includes over 350,000 high resolution DVD Screencaps; in-depth episode guides which includes scripts, behind the scenes, trivia, trailers and much more!
A large gaming section with screencaps, reviews, downloads, cheats and more!
Trekcore website
Memory Alpha is the Star Trek version of Wikipedia, which means that it is a collaborative project to create the most definitive, accurate, and accessible encyclopedia and reference website for everything related to Star Trek. The English-language Memory Alpha started in November 2003, and currently consists of over 37,000 articles about all things Trek!!!
Memory Alpha website

Roddenberry Entertainment presents a weekly podcast analysing every episode of every Star Trek series ever (including TAS and the movies)... one at a time!
21st century, focused on 23rd.
Join your hosts John Champion of DVD Geeks and Ken Ray of Mac OS Ken every week as they take a critical and engaging look at Star Trek!
Their continuing mission is to examine every episode of Star Trek, to seek out the morals, messages and meanings within and determine their relevance in the 21st Century.
Well worth a listen!!!
A Star Trek themed Social Media website. Where you can connect, share and interact with other fans from all around the world. Share your joint love, passion and interest for Star Trek!
Sign up for free!!!
Risa Website

VisionaryTrek is where imagination, creativity and insightful chat come together in order to discuss the history of tomorrow.
Visit VisionaryTrek for the latest news, views & articles from the world of Star Trek.
VisionaryTrek website

A Pop Culture Podcast all about Movies, Games and Nerdy Stuff!
Cult Friction is a Pop Culture Podcast that explores the wonderfully surreal world of Science Fiction, Horror and all things cult from Movies to Comic Books, TV shows and much much more!
Cult Friction Website

Positive Media Marketing are responsible for creating our podcast's logo!
If your interested in creating an kind of advertising, be it a simple fun idea to a multi media branding advertising campaign they are the people to talk to!
Positive Media Marketing Website


  1. Simon, a superb online encyclopedia of all things Trek. photos, episodes in depth, ships, technology etc. surely worth a mention. Dave

    1. Thank you Dave for reminding me about it! I don't know how I managed to forgot about Memory Alpha, so I have now included it on the page!