Hidden Frontier Productions is partnering with TrekRadio, the internet radio channel dedicated to all things Trek, to bring you the first ever web broadcast premiere of Henglaar, M.D..
Join us on Saturday, February 19, 2001 for a marathon of the first four episodes, interviews with members of the show's cast and crew (to be announced) and the premiere of Henglaar, M.D.'s fifth episode, "Profit Without Honor".
The schedule for this event is as follows (all times are Pacific Standard Time and are approximate):
Henglaar, M.D. Marathon
0830 - HMD 1.01, "Recalled To Life"
0910 - HMD 1.02, "Best Served Cold"
0945 - HMD 1.03, "Risk Factors"
1015 - HMD 1.04, "Good With Words"
Henglaar, M.D. Premiere
1055 - Live Interview(s) Begin
1200 - HMD 1.05, "Profit Without Honor" Premiere
1240 - Live Interview(s) Continue
The premiere event will conclude at 1330. The episode will rerun at 2100 in the evening.
TrekRadio has an available IRC chat room that will be used during the premiere. They are on the coldfront network (point your IRC chat program to irc.coldfront.net) - the channel is #trekradio.
Hundreds of lives hang in the balance when Dana Russell presents Henglaar and his team with a new patient that could damage relations between the Romulans and the Federation. Dr. Profto must deal with the consequences of his family's actions while Dr. Noah is forced to confront a ghost from his past.
The story was written by Mark Painter and stars John Whiting as everyone's favorite Tellarite.
Commander Henglaar, M.D., played by John Whiting
Cadet Recruit Silan, played by Heather Ashleigh
Lt. Vonus, M.D., played by Jeannie Lin
Lt. Lucas Noah, M.D., played by Timothy Fritts
Lt. Profto, M.D., played by Mark Samarias
Commander Stu Karsten, played by Rick Pike
Lt. Ken Kato, played by Scott Fack
Lt. Casey Daniels, M.D., played by Anastasia Roark
Lt. Lal Singh, played by Rowena Sumner
Fleet Captain David Mackay, played by Scott Butler
Gex, played by Casey Jones
Lt. Commander Andrus Mio, played by Casey Jones
Liquidator Brant, played by Baron Dixon
Tobel, played by Casey Burke
Server, played by Erin Langhofer
Computer Voice, played by Andrew Foster
Commander Vrelek, played by Michael McConnohie
Captain Dana Russell, played by Melodee M. Spevack
Director: David W. Hill
Assistant Director: Simon Fraser
Theme and Score: Mary Kouyoumdjian
Additional Music: James Horner, Johnny Mercer, Harold Allen and Victor Schertzinger
Editor and Audio Engineer: David W. Hill
Medical Advisor: Ferrell Pierson, M.D. and Seán Paul Teeling
Technical Consultant: Jonathan Connor
Associate Producer: Kestra Oliver
Producer: Mark Painter
Executive Producers: Rob Caves and David W. Hill