Best Trekfm podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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The Orb is a Trek.fm podcast dedicated entirely to Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Not an episode review show, The Orb explores specific elements with hosts C Bryan Jones and Matthew Rushing. We dive deep into this unique chapter in the Star Trek story to examine how it tackles the shades of grey that we find in real life, and how it uses characters over technology to tell timeless stories that connect with the audience.
 
Warp Five is a Trek.fm podcast dedicated entirely to Star Trek: Enterprise. Not an episode review show, Warp Five explores specific elements of Enterprise with hosts Floyd Dorsey and Brandon-Shea Mutala.
 
To The Journey is a Trek.fm podcast dedicated to Star Trek: Voyager. Not an episode review show, To The Journey explores specific elements with hosts Suzanne Williamson, Kay Shaw, and Zachary Fruhling.
 
After more than a decade, Star Trek returns to television! The seventh small-screen voyage of Gene Roddenberry’s creation takes us to a time before Kirk and Spock for a mission on the edge of Federation space. The Edge, Trek.fm’s dedicated Star Trek: Discovery podcast, explores the creative and cultural history of the legendary franchise each week, and charts the development of this new adventure leading up to the launch of the CBS All Access / Netflix show. Once the ship leaves spacedock on ...
 
Hyperchannel is a bite-sized podcast from Trek.fm hosted by Luke Weir that helps you keep your finger on the pulse of what's happening in the world of Star Trek each weekday.
 
Warp Five is a Trek.fm podcast dedicated entirely to Star Trek: Enterprise. Not an episode review show, Warp Five explores specific elements of Enterprise with hosts Floyd Dorsey and Brandon-Shea Mutala.
 
Warp Five is a Trek.fm podcast dedicated entirely to Star Trek: Enterprise. Not an episode review show, Warp Five explores specific elements of Enterprise with hosts Floyd Dorsey and Brandon-Shea Mutala.
 
To The Journey is a Trek.fm podcast dedicated to Star Trek: Voyager. Not an episode review show, To The Journey explores specific elements with hosts Suzanne Williamson, Kay Shaw, and Zachary Fruhling.
 
Saturday Morning Trek is a podcast dedicated to the short-lived Star Trek: The Animated Series from the 1970s as well as the collectibles that fans cherished during their childhood. Hosted by Aaron Harvey, Saturday Morning Trek is the newest entry in our lineup and brings a unique approach by capturing the magic that made so many of us fall in love with Star Trek during the years between The Original Series and the films.
 
Primitive Culture is a Trek.fm podcast dedicated to a deep examination of the connections between Star Trek and our own history and culture. In each episode, Tony Black and Duncan Barrett take you on a fascinating exploration of how our world inspires the franchise we love—and how that franchise inspires us.
 
Commentary: Trek Stars is a show from Trek.fm that explores the work of Star Trek creatives beyond the Star Trek franchise. Join Mike Schindler, Max Hegel, and John Mills each week for a trek through the wider world of movies, television, and literature.
 
Stage Nine is a show from Trek.fm that explores the work of Star Trek creatives past, present, and future. Join Mike Schindler and John Mills each week as they look at the people who make Star Trek, and their work both inside and outside of the franchise.
 
Trek News and Views is a casual Star Trek discussion show from Trek.fm hosted by Colin Higgins. Each week they bring a British flavour to Star Trek as they explore The Original Series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, Enterprise, and news from all across the Star Trek universe. This show has completed its run, but please enjoy the back catalog.
 
Over the course of 50 years, Star Trek has brought us 729 adventures from the final frontier. To rewatch them all is a serious undertaking … but that's just what we're doing. To celebrate the golden anniversary of Star Trek, the hosts of Trek.fm are taking you through two installments each day—every day—for a year. These brief capsule reviews of each episode and movie will refresh on half a century of missions, helping you tie all the strings together to enrich your Star Trek experience.
 
If you prefer audiobooks and podcasts over reading you'll love Captain's Log. Enjoy audio versions of Trek.fm feature articles narrated by hosts from across the network. Captain's Log lets you take Star Trek features with you everywhere you go.
 
If you prefer audiobooks and podcasts over reading you'll love Captain's Log. Enjoy audio versions of Trek.fm feature articles narrated by hosts from across the network. Captain's Log lets you take Star Trek features with you everywhere you go.
 
Continuing Mission is a Trek.fm podcast dedicated to the way fans keep Star Trek alive through independent series and films, games, art, and more. Host Tony Robinson sits down with fans and pros for an inside look at fan films, projects, and what drives our love of Star Trek.
 
The Briar Patch is a podcast from Trek.fm that uses Star Trek as a springboard for the discussion of socioeconomics. Hosts Guinevere Liberty Nell and Patrick Devlin take you into the exploration of societies, political theory, economics, and more through a Star Trek lens.
 
A renowned Star Trek authority, Larry Nemecek is author of the bestselling classic Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion, and founder of the behind-the-scenes monthly multi-mode fan experience Portal 47. As a regular convention guest worldwide, Larry is often referred to as “Dr. Trek.” He has also been a frequent guest on Trek.fm since the start of the network in 2011. In this special podcast collection, you can easily access all the episodes that feature Dr. Trek.
 
The Orb is a Trek.fm podcast dedicated entirely to Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Not an episode review show, The Orb explores specific elements with hosts C Bryan Jones and Matthew Rushing. We dive deep into this unique chapter in the Star Trek story to examine how it tackles the shades of grey that we find in real life, and how it uses characters over technology to tell timeless stories that connect with the audience.
 
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Welcome to the fourth episode of STT: Rewind, hosted this week by Tony Black alongside Steve Norman, and guest podcaster Clara Cook from Trek FM podcast, Primitive Culture. In part one, our film chat section, we discuss the British Oscars aka the BAFTA's, and the unfortunate racial furore which has whipped up around Marvel's new superhero block ...…
 
Show Notes 25Episode 25In this episode of the Observers Notebook podcast, host Tim Robertson gives his State of the Podcast- Podcast. Tim discusses where the podcat has come and where it is going, along the way thanking those who have helped out along the way. Tim also discusses the power of the internet with his recent visit The Edge podcast o ...…
 
Standard Orbit 175: Continually Breaking Continuity Continuity Conundrums in TOS With the first trailer for Star Trek: Discovery hitting the Internet the fan reaction has been divisive. For a series that reportedly takes place in the Prime Timeline around the same time as The Cage, things don't exactly jibe. How could Star Trek contradict its o ...…
 
Main Titles with Mike Schindler. Main Titles are an interesting and important part of a film's score. Generally the first thing that you see during the cinematic experience, they are designed to audibly paint a landscape, provide an emotional anchor for the viewer, and to provide expectations for what they are about to see. In this episode of M ...…
 
Standard Orbit 174: Battle of the Battles Battle of the Mutara Nebula Vs. Battle of Khitomer Star Trek was never about big space battles but the movies, as well as the series, had some pretty intense skirmishes. In this week's Standard Orbit: we look at two big battles from the TOS movie timeline: TWOK's Battle of the Mutara Nebula and TUC's Ba ...…
 
Standard Orbit 173: Full Motion Picture Why Star Trek The Motion Picture Works Excerpt (iTunes Subtitle) This week on Standard Orbit we dive into the areas of Star Trek: The Motion Picture. What worked well, where were the gaps, and why this movie is growing in popularity as time passes. Long time TMP advocate Ken is joined by another outspoken ...…
 
Jonathan Archer with Richard Marquez. We all have a favorite captain, and one of the things that Star Trek fans love to debate is which one they feel is the best. Each show has a very different leader, and each captain has their own command style, expertise, and hobbies. In this episode of Warp Five, hosts Floyd Dorsey and Brandon-Shea Mutala a ...…
 
Jonathan Archer with Richard Marquez. We all have a favorite captain, and one of the things that Star Trek fans love to debate is which one they feel is the best. Each show has a very different leader, and each captain has their own command style, expertise, and hobbies. In this episode of Warp Five, hosts Floyd Dorsey and Brandon-Shea Mutala a ...…
 
Jonathan Archer with Richard Marquez. We all have a favorite captain, and one of the things that Star Trek fans love to debate is which one they feel is the best. Each show has a very different leader, and each captain has their own command style, expertise, and hobbies. In this episode of Warp Five, hosts Floyd Dorsey and Brandon-Shea Mutala a ...…
 
Kierkegaard and Stages on Life's Way. This time, we're talking "Soren," but not Dr. Tolian Soren from Star Trek Generations; we're talking about the Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard! Søren Kierkegaard is well-known for his "Stages on Life's Way," or three different approaches to life: the aesthetic approach (novelty, adventure, and experien ...…
 
Show Title: Standard Orbit 172: Star Trek is Everywhere Star Trek in Pop-Culture From Saturday Night Live to The Big Bang Theory; Star Trek is everywhere and it is good! Zach and Ken discuss some of the funniest and most popular references in TV and film from our beloved franchise. We took this subject to our phenomenal listeners and asked them ...…
 
The Patriot Games score with John Takis. One of the most respected and loved film composers was James Horner, who composed two scores for the Star Trek films: The Wrath of Khan and The Search for Spock. The 1990s were a very busy time for Horner, and a few films would inspire him to develop a sound that would lead him to his first Academy Award ...…
 
Exploration and Expanding Knowledge. The worldview depicted in the Star Trek universe is grounded in the assumption that the pursuit of increased knowledge is intrinsically valuable, such that it is worth the risks and dangers inherent to exploration of the unknown. In this episode of Meta Treks, hosts Mike Morrison and Zachary Fruhling examine ...…
 
"Birthright," Parts I and II. In the sixth-season episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation, "Birthright," Parts I and II, there are parallels between Lieutenant Worf and the Ancient Greek philosopher Socrates. Both Worf and Socrates were accused of corrupting the minds of the youth, both were protesting the perceived injustices and irrational ...…
 
Movie Sequels to TOS Episodes. When Harve Bennett took the reins of the Star Trek franchise after The Motion Picture, he famously watched all 79 episodes of The Original Series to both familiarize himself with the show as well as mine it for potential sequel ideas. He zeroed in on Space Seed and the rest is history, but what if he'd picked some ...…
 
Show Title Standard Orbit 168: Horny Albino Unicorn Gorilla The Monsters and Creatures of TOS. Part of the U.S.S. Enterprise's five year mission was to seek out new life and new civilizations, and it certainly encountered some bizarre aliens, monsters and creatures in that time. This episode of Standard Orbit is all about those cuddly, adorable ...…
 
TNG Season 6 - Essential Trek Philosophy. In this episode of Meta Treks, hosts Mike Morrison and Zachary Fruhling compare their top picks for Essential Trek Philosophy from season 6 of Star Trek: The Next Generation. From Cartesian skepticism of the external world in "Ship in a Bottle" to transporter-related issues of personal identity in "Seco ...…
 
The Definition of Life. "To seek out new life...." Such is the mission statement of Federation starships, to discover and learn as much as possible about life in the universe. But given the diversity of life forms in the Star Trek universe, here on Earth in the real world, and possibly elsewhere in our own galaxy, how do you recognize a new lif ...…
 
Cloaking Devices and the Ring of Gyges. Invisibility has a long tradition both in fiction and in philosophy, from The Ring of Gyges in Plato's Republic to The Invisible Man by H. G. Wells, from the One Ring in The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien to the Klingon and Romulan cloaking devices seen throughout the Star Trek universe. In this ep ...…
 
DS9 Season 6 - Essential Trek Philosophy with Duncan Barrett, Part 2. In this second part of a two-part episode of Meta Treks, hosts Zachary Fruhling and Mike Morrison continue their discussion with author Duncan Barrett about their top picks for Essential Trek Philosophy from season 6 of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Chapters Welcome to Episode ...…
 
DS9 Season 6 - Essential Trek Philosophy with Duncan Barrett, Part 1. In this first part of a two-part episode of Meta Treks, hosts Mike Morrison and Zachary Fruhling are joined by author Duncan Barrett to discuss their picks for Essential Trek Philosophy from season 6 of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Much of Season 6 of Deep Space Nine can be fr ...…
 
Standard Orbit 163: Viewer Astern Looking Back to Keep Moving Forward 30 Episodes have been published with the newest Standard Orbit team. Zach and Ken take a look at how the format is resonating and which shows took off and others that are still on the launch pad. They review the ratings, the hits, and the misses over the last 7 months of podc ...…
 
Disobeying Orders. Starfleet officers generally respect the chain of command. When an order comes down the pipe from a superior officer or from the Federation council, that order is usually obeyed out of duty, honor, loyalty, and respect. But when is it appropriate for a Starfleet officer to disobey orders or defy the chain of command? When an ...…
 
Tales from the Set of Star Trek Into Darkness. Jon Lee Brody is an actor, writer, director and producer but more importantly in terms of Star Trek...a redshirt! In this episode of Standard Orbit, Jon shares his experiences of breaking into the film business, directing his own short film, and playing a security officer in Star Trek Into Darkness ...…
 
Standard Orbit 161: Origins-USS Enterprise The Storied History of the Real Ships named Enterprise In 1964, Gene Roddenberry pitched a show about the Starship Yorktown under the Command of Captain Robert April exploring strange new worlds. As the show evolved the name of the ship was changed to Enterprise. Though there is nothing in the show his ...…
 
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