- It's perfect for the 'deep divers'. Fans who are thirsty for more knowledge and obscure facts.
- Fantastic guests. We can't wait for the D.C Fontana episode.
- The title is genius.
- Only 15 minutes. We miss out on many great podcasts because there simply isn't the time to listen. This gets straight to the point.
On each 15-minute episode, Nemecek will be joined by a guest to
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This week I was honoured to be a guest on brilliant TrekRanks Podcast. It's Prime Directive is to encourage positive discussion on all aspects of Star Trek. It achieves this by asking guests to talk about their 'top five' of various Trek subjects. It is hosted by the cordial host Jim Moorhouse (@EnterpriseExtra on Twitter) and has a format that is very conducive to exploring all the best aspects of Star Trek. Myself along with Rob Chapman from the Trek Book Club on twitter were guests this week to discuss our top five two-part episodes. At first the thought of narrowing down to five filled me with dread. There's too many! But when I made peace with the fact that there were no right or wrong answers, I found I picked the episodes that gave … Continue Reading ››
Proving that Star Trek is more relevant and cooler than ever, it's getting its own Podcast! Hosted by the amazing Jordan Hoffman (UK'ers will remember him as the entertaining panel MC at Destination Star Trek 3) he is known as a film critic, writer of One Trek Mind and general Star Trek commentator favourite. An introductory episode is already online available on iTunes and Play.it where Jordan provides a synopsis of what to expect. From listening to it, there is an emphasis on encouraging new fans into our collective. Which is fantastic because as a group, as podcasters and bloggers we can be accused of being too insular. We congratulate each other on in-jokes and obscure references and without intending this could be off-putting to people wanting to join the series as such a late time. This is where we must confess, we don't really listen to podcasts. We … Continue Reading ››