We don’t like Star trek much. Next Generation is alright but the rest is not much cop, we feel. We do, however, like Star Trek films and here is where we can make the hitherto overlooked connection between Star Trek and On The Buses, which we never much liked on the telly either. But the films are a different matter. On the face of it, it falls squarely into the greatest sitcom/feature transfer trap of them all and, like the bloody awful Are You Being Served? film, relocates the entire shebang to a holiday location. But unlike that aforementioned offence to nature there is at least a reasonably cogent explanation for this and in any case, the holiday camp they make for befits the situation far better than some fictional Spanish resort with a comedy name. Everyone is present and correct, from Blakey to Olive, and the entire adventure is such a time capsule of ‘70s holiday life in Britain that it should be housed in the British Museum and shown to tourists and school children. By force if necessary.