Jonathan plays Number One - William Riker. His role is often thought to be the Kirk of the Next Generation. He started Directing during season three of TNG, and has since gone on to direct Star Trek Films.
The importance of Trek tech
Was accurate science and technical advisers an important part of The Next Generation?
Holmes on the Holodeck
Having fun with virtual worlds - even when they always break down
Are you proud to be associated with a show that�s credited with inspiring fans to study science?
Frakes the fan?
Getting up to speed on Trek mythology
The Real McCoy?
Fan scepticism greet the show at first
Gene Roddenberry�s influence
The Star Trek creator�s influence on the show - and Jonathan
What Gene Roddenberry wanted in the relationship between Picard and Riker
Number on captain
Jonathan on Patrick Stewart�s reaction to being picked as one of the world�s sexiest men
The fun of working with such a great cast important part of The Next Generation?
The good points about being in a long-running franchise
Working in front of a blue screen to achieve complex special effects shots
Why were the non-human characters always so popular?
Being recognised by the legions of Star Trek fans out there
Jonathan first Star Trek movie memories and his desire to direct one himself
The challenge of directing First Contact
How the Star Trek movies compare to other science fiction on film
Tell us a story
Has Star Trek survived so long because of its classic Homeric story-telling device?
Give me Five
Thoughts on the fifth Star Trek series, Enterprise
Star Trek Ten
The inside scoop on the next Trek movie
Why is the look of the Enterprise such a design classic?
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