All 29 episodes of the first season of the classic science fiction series that boldly goes where no man has gone before. In 'The Man Trap' the crew discover that the uninhabited 'M' class planet that they are performing tests on may not be entirely devoid of life. In 'Charlie X' the crew meet a young man who has picked up unique talents that do not mix well with adolescent angst. In 'Where No Man Has Gone Before' the crew of the Enterprise receive a warning from a ship that was lost over two hundred years before. In 'The Naked Time' the Enterprise crew contract a virus that removes all their inhibitions. In 'The Enemy Within' Kirk beams back to the ship and his evil alter-ego is unleashed. In 'Mudd's Women' the Enterprise encounter an intergalactic con-man and his three beautiful companions. In 'What Are Little Girls Made Of?' the crew of the Enterprise discover an eminent scientist who has been missing for five years, but he hides an incredible secret. In 'Miri' the crew discover an exact duplicate of Earth in an alien star system while responding to an antiquated SOS signal. In 'Dagger of the Mind' a criminal manages to stow away on the Enterprise demanding asylum, and Kirk beams down to the planet to investigate. In 'The Corbomite Maneuver' Kirk and the Enterprise are pushed further into deep space where they encounter a spinning cube in space. In the two-part story 'The Menagerie' Spock talks Kirk into travelling to Starbase 11 where he kidnaps Captain Pike, steals the Enterprise and finds himself on trial. In 'The Conscience of the King' Kirk is lured to a planet under false pretenses by Doctor Thomas Leighton, who wants him to prove that a local actor is actually a war criminal. In 'Balance of Terror' dormant enemies the Romulans start to mass their weaponry - and it looks as though the old truce is about to be broken. In 'Shore Leave' the crew find a planet where they should be able to relax, but they soon start seeing strange things like Alice from Wonderland and the White Rabbit. In 'The Galileo Seven' Spock and his team crash land in their shuttle, leaving Kirk with a dilemma in his search. In 'The Squire of Gothos' the Enterprise crew come across a god-like being with a childish sense of humour who turns Kirk into a statue. In 'Arena' Kirk is forced to fight an alien creature in a one-to-one face off on a planet rather than indulge in a space battle. In 'Tomorrow is Yesterday' the crew of the Enterprise find themselves in the 1960s, where they meet an Earth pilot - and soon realise that they may have contaminated the time-line. In 'Court Martial' Kirk faces a disciplinary panel for the death of a crewman who was once a close friend. In 'The Return of the Archons' Kirk discovers a planet inhabited by a peculiarly placid people ruled by a computer deity. In 'Space Seed' the Enterpise comes across an old spaceship floating in deep space, which carries a breed of genetically engineered humans exiled from Earth many years ago led by the angry Khan. In 'A Taste of Armageddon' the ship flies into a sector of space that is part of a war controlled by computers, and is declared a casualty of war. In 'This Side of Paradise' Spock is subjected to some giant spores that unleash his emotions. In 'The Devil in the Dark' the Enterprise crew investigate the murders of many miners on Janus IV, deaths that only started to occur on the discovery of some giant silicon spheres. In 'Errand of Mercy' the Enterprise is despatched to a strategically important area, but Kirk and Spock end up stranded on a planet where the Klingons take over. In 'The Alternative Factor' an uninhabited M-class planet disappears from its system for a short period of time - and when it reappears, there is a mysterious human on the surface. In 'The City on the Edge of Forever' McCoy leaps back in time and threatens to destroy the delicate time line. Kirk and Spock travel after him, and Kirk falls in love with a woman from the twentieth century. Finally, in 'Operation - Annihilate!' the crew investigate outbreaks of insanity, and must dash to save the planet where Kirk's brother lives.
All 26 episodes from the second season of the Star Trek series that started it all. 'Amok Time' sees Mr Spock behaving most illogically: Kirk deduces that he must be returned to Vulcan for an ancient mating ritual. In 'Who Mourns for Adonais?', a giant hand grabs hold of the Enterprise, and its owner claims to be the Greek god Apollo. 'The Changeling' sees a space probe called NOMAD enter the Enterprise after mistaking Kirk for its creator. In 'Mirror, Mirror', Kirk and a landing party are transported into a savage parallel universe where Spock has a beard. In 'The Apple', Kirk and friends discover the people of Gamma Trianguli VI enslaved to a despotic computer shaped like a serpent's head. In 'The Doomsday Machine', the Enterprise crew rescue Captain Decker from the crippled USS Constellation. In 'Catspaw', Kirk and his crew encounter the mysterious but deadly aliens Sylvia and Korob. In 'I, Mudd', the galactic conman Harry Mudd is found living on a planet surrounded by beautiful androids. 'Metamorphosis' sees Kirk, Spock and an ailing Federation Commissioner forced to land on a planet where they meet Zefram Cochrane, inventor of the warp drive. In 'Journey to Babel', the Enterprise accompanies a number of diplomats to a conference, one of them being Spock's father, Sarek. In 'Friday's Child', the Enterprise crew race to prevent the Klingons forming an alliance with the inhabitants of Capella IV. 'The Deadly Years' sees the crew of the Enterprise subjected to rapid ageing through an alien disease, and a senile Kirk becomes unable to command the ship competently. In 'Obsession', a murderous cloud attacks the Enterprise, and Kirk realises he has encountered it before. In 'Wolf in the Fold', Scotty finds himself the chief suspect in a series of female murders. In 'The Trouble with Tribbles', Kirk and crew find themselves besieged with small furry animals while guarding a consignment of grain. 'The Gamesters of Triskelion' sees Kirk, Uhura and Chekov captured by powerful aliens, and forced to become gladiators for their entertainment. In 'A Piece of the Action', Kirk and company discover a planet where the culture is based on Earth's Chicago gang scene. In 'The Immunity Syndrome', the Enterprise discovers a huge space-born being that destroyed the USS Intrepid. In 'A Private Little War', Kirk discovers war on the planet Neural. In 'Return to Tomorrow', the crew of the Enterprise encounter some energy beings who want to borrow their bodies to help them construct androids. In 'Patterns of Force', Kirk finds that the Prime Directive has been broken, and a planet has developed in an unnatural way so that the society reflects that of Nazi Germany. In 'By Any Other Name', the ship is hijacked by a scouting party from Andromeda. In 'The Omega Glory', the Enterprise comes across the USS Exeter, a missing starship where the crew have been wiped out by a mysterious virus. In 'The Ultimate Computer', Dr Daystrom uses his new computer to play war games, but unfortunately the super-computer malfunctions - and begins to act on its own. 'Bread and Circuses' sees the discovery of a civilisation based on the Roman Empire on Earth. Finally, in 'Assignment: Earth', the Enterprise travels back to the 1960s, where it discovers an alien presence trying to alter time.
All 26 episodes from the third season of the classic science fiction series that boldly goes where no man has gone before. In 'Spock's Brain', the Enterprise's indomitable Vulcan science officer has his brain stolen by a beautiful and mysterious female humanoid. In 'The Enterprise Incident', a moody Kirk (William Shatner) orders the Enterprise into the Romulan Neutral Zone. In 'The Paradise Syndrome', Kirk, Spock (Leonard Nimoy) and McCoy (DeForest Kelley) beam down to a planet which is a precise duplicate of Earth. While on the planet surface, the captain is stranded, rendered unconscious and suffers a severe case of amnesia. 'And the Children Shall Lead' sees Kirk and crew answering a distress call from the planet Triacus, only to find all the adults dead and the children calmly indifferent. In 'Is There in Truth No Beauty?', a Medusan ambassador boards the Enterprise. The Medusan appearance is so fearful that it can drive men insane - and Spock is the unfortunate who happens to glimpse the ambassador. In 'Spectre of the Gun', Kirk ignores warnings from an alien culture, so they punish him by transporting him and some of his fellow officers to a bizarre Wild West shootout. 'Day of the Dove' sees an alien entity which breeds on hatred attempting to spark off a war between the Klingons and the Federation. In 'For the World is Hollow and I Have Touched the Sky', Doctor McCoy discovers that he has a terminal illness, and submits to enslavement by an alien queen. In 'The Tholian Web', Kirk is stranded on the devastated USS Defiant, while the Enterprise is trapped in another universe. In 'Plato's Stepchildren', the crew of the Enterprise are enslaved by telepathic aliens when they answer a distress call. In 'Wink of an Eye', the crew of the Enterprise uncover a mystery concerning an abandoned city and disappearing crew-members. 'The Empath' sees Kirk, Spock and McCoy being tortured by aliens on a doomed planet. In 'Elaan of Troyius', the Enterprise crew find themselves working for peace between two warring planets. They carry with them a gift to cement the peace - but she is a wild, wild woman. In 'Whom Gods Destroy', the Enterprise delivers a new drug for the insane to a lunatic asylum, only for Kirk and Spock to be captured by the inmates. In 'Let That Be Your Last Battlefield', the Enterprise is en route to a rescue mission when the crew finds a stolen Federation shuttlecraft. They recover the craft and the hijacker - and find themselves in the middle of a feud between bigoted aliens. 'The Mark of Gideon' sees Kirk's crew go missing after he beams down to the planet of the secretive Gideons. In 'That Which Survives', a beautiful young woman appears on the Enterprise and warns the crew not to travel to the nearby planet. However, her warning is too late to stop an away-team being stranded on the geologically unstable world. In 'The Lights of Zetar', Lieutenant Mira Romaine (Jan Shutan) encounters a dazzling natural phenomenon. In 'Requiem for Methuselah', Kirk has to beam to a nearby planet to find the cure for a disease that is wiping out the crew. On the planet's surface he meets a mysterious, immortal genius. In 'The Way to Eden', the crew come across a stolen space ship filled with space hippies. In 'The Cloud Minders', the Enterprise is sent on a mercy mission to recover a drug that will aid a plagued planet. Unfortunately, the inhabitants of the planet where the vital drug is found are very unhelpful. In 'The Savage Curtain', Starfleet order an investigation into a persistent space legend. When the crew of the Enterprise arrive on the scene, they are scanned and then greeted by Abraham Lincoln (Lee Bergere). In 'All Our Yesterdays', Kirk, Spock and McCoy find themselves living in the past of a doomed planet that they were trying to evacuate. Finally, in 'Turnabout Intruder', the last original episode, Kirk finds a former acquaintance amongst the survivors of a mysterious catastrophe.