Best Trekfm podcasts we could find (Updated August 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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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, Duncan Barrett, Clara Cook, and Tony Black take you on a fascinating exploration of how our world inspires the franchise we love—and how that franchise inspires us.
 
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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Season Two Travis Mayweather Moments. The Enterprise NX-01 is known in Starfleet history as the first warp five-capable starship. And for every starship, there must be someone at the helm. The NX-01 was regularly helmed by Travis Mayweather, a young, quietly enthusiastic man who “couldn't call a place home unless it came with a pair of warp nac ...…
 
Season Two Travis Mayweather Moments. The Enterprise NX-01 is known in Starfleet history as the first warp five-capable starship. And for every starship, there must be someone at the helm. The NX-01 was regularly helmed by Travis Mayweather, a young, quietly enthusiastic man who “couldn't call a place home unless it came with a pair of warp nac ...…
 
The Holodeck and Video Games. For Starfleet’s avid gamers, the holodeck offers a seemingly endless repertoire of thrills. You can battle the Spartans at Thermopylae one minute and knock back a martini—shaken, not stirred—the next. And, you can do it all without leaving the safety (mortality subroutines permitting) of a single room. Since Captai ...…
 
Mike Schmidt Talks Renegades. While visiting Alberta, Canada, for the 2018 Vul-con—an annual Star Trek convention hosted by the city of Vulcan—Trek.fm roving reporter Brandon-Shea Mutala of Melodic Treks met up with a specially trained hitman by the name of Mike. But don't be alarmed; Brandon is fine. As for Mike, he landed a role in the series ...…
 
Tilly. When we first met Discovery’s fiery cadet, Sylvia Tilly, she was a bright-eyed but socially awkward character serving in engineering. But she quickly befriends Michael Burnham and the two develop a mutually beneficial relationship, one that nurtures her goal of becoming a captain. At the end of the first season, she is promoted to ensign ...…
 
Kes Mini-Marathon. Everyone's favorite Ocampan, Kes, may have been in only three seasons of Star Trek: Voyager, but she left her mark on the Voyager crew and on Voyager fans alike. In this episode of To The Journey, hosts Suzanne Williamson and Zachary Fruhling put together an ultimate Kes mini-marathon. Find out which Voyager episodes Suzanne ...…
 
Kes Mini-Marathon. Everyone's favorite Ocampan, Kes, may have been in only three seasons of Star Trek: Voyager, but she left her mark on the Voyager crew and on Voyager fans alike. In this episode of To The Journey, hosts Suzanne Williamson and Zachary Fruhling put together an ultimate Kes mini-marathon. Find out which Voyager episodes Suzanne ...…
 
Writers' Room - Enterprise Movie. How a television series ends may color how viewers feel about that series as a whole. All too often, a series is canceled without notice, and many loose ends are left untied. Sometimes, the series writers know the end is coming, and have chosen how to tell that final story before shuffling off that mortal coil. ...…
 
Writers' Room - Enterprise Movie. How a television series ends may color how viewers feel about that series as a whole. All too often, a series is canceled without notice, and many loose ends are left untied. Sometimes, the series writers know the end is coming, and have chosen how to tell that final story before shuffling off that mortal coil. ...…
 
Writers' Room - Enterprise Movie. How a television series ends may color how viewers feel about that series as a whole. All too often, a series is canceled without notice, and many loose ends are left untied. Sometimes, the series writers know the end is coming, and have chosen how to tell that final story before shuffling off that mortal coil. ...…
 
Pandemics in Star Trek. At times, the medical technology of the Federation seems almost miraculous, offering cures for pretty much everything short of the common cold (and, of course, baldness). But a sudden outbreak of an unfamiliar disease can leave Starfleet’s doctors racing to find a remedy before mass death ensues. Sometimes, they even mus ...…
 
The Mirror Universe, Part 3: Shattered Mirror. Since its introduction in the second season of The Original Series, the Mirror Universe has been a fan favorite. This alternate world in which good is bad has captured the imagination of fans and allowed writers to put a new twist on Star Trek's familiar wrappings. Following 1967's “Mirror, Mirror, ...…
 
The Mirror Universe, Part 3: Shattered Mirror. Since its introduction in the second season of The Original Series, the Mirror Universe has been a fan favorite. This alternate world in which good is bad has captured the imagination of fans and allowed writers to put a new twist on Star Trek's familiar wrappings. Following 1967's “Mirror, Mirror, ...…
 
Fan Response to the Season-Two Trailer. The Star Trek: Discovery season-two preview is here! After watching the trailer released at San Diego Comic-Con, fans had much to talk about. In this episode of Postcards from The Edge, host Amy Nelson is joined by Rob Chapman to discuss all the feedback we’ve received from listeners—both positive and neg ...…
 
Every society goes through stages of evolution, often propelled by religion. Such change is not always welcome and is rarely easily accepted. There will always be those who feel they are losing power and try to silence those who bring new knowledge to light. But the change eventually becomes the norm—at least until others with more knowledge be ...…
 
Every society goes through stages of evolution, often propelled by religion. Such change is not always welcome and is rarely easily accepted. There will always be those who feel they are losing power and try to silence those who bring new knowledge to light. But the change eventually becomes the norm—at least until others with more knowledge be ...…
 
Every society goes through stages of evolution, often propelled by religion. Such change is not always welcome and is rarely easily accepted. There will always be those who feel they are losing power and try to silence those who bring new knowledge to light. But the change eventually becomes the norm—at least until others with more knowledge be ...…
 
Culber. One of the highlights of the first season of Star Trek: Discovery was the show’s kind and compassionate doctor, Hugh Culber. We see these aspects of his character repeatedly as he tends to his shipmates. When Commander Landry suffers severe injuries in “The Butcher’s Knife Cares Not for the Lamb’s Cry,” he still fights to save her. He a ...…
 
Things We Love and Hate about Neelix. Like many fans of Star Trek: Voyager, we have a love/hate relationship with the character of Neelix. His use as comic relief in the early seasons of Voyager is simultaneously both brilliant and groan-worthy, and it helped to establish the overall tone of Voyager as a fairly lighthearted installment of the o ...…
 
Things We Love and Hate about Neelix. Like many fans of Star Trek: Voyager, we have a love/hate relationship with the character of Neelix. His use as comic relief in the early seasons of Voyager is simultaneously both brilliant and groan-worthy, and it helped to establish the overall tone of Voyager as a fairly lighthearted installment of the o ...…
 
Religion in Star Trek. “Nothing more than a substitute brain” was the characteristically dismissive phrase Gene Roddenberry once used to describe religion. This perspective found its way on screen in various episodes of The Original Series and The Next Generation that presented religious practice as misguided, primitive, or worse. It wasn’t unt ...…
 
Stamets. In Star Trek: Discovery, we are introduced to a new mode of transportation that utilizes spores to travel enormous distances in the blink of an eye. Lieutenant Paul Stamets is willing to sacrifice his life for the success of his spore drive, which combines physics and biology, and injects himself with tardigrade DNA when there is no ot ...…
 
New #WarpFive! “Oh, Hoshi, I Love You!” Season One Hoshi Moments The earliest interactions between people are often the most formative - regardless of whether those people exist in real life, or fictional characters. Though first impressions can often be wrong, many people still cling to those initial moments and form judgments of a person or c ...…
 
New #WarpFive! “Oh, Hoshi, I Love You!” Season One Hoshi Moments The earliest interactions between people are often the most formative - regardless of whether those people exist in real life, or fictional characters. Though first impressions can often be wrong, many people still cling to those initial moments and form judgments of a person or c ...…
 
New #WarpFive! “Oh, Hoshi, I Love You!” Season One Hoshi Moments The earliest interactions between people are often the most formative - regardless of whether those people exist in real life, or fictional characters. Though first impressions can often be wrong, many people still cling to those initial moments and form judgments of a person or c ...…
 
Innocence. Tuvok may be known for his Vulcan stoicism, but his Vulcan parenting skills are second to none. When Tuvok's shuttle crashes on one of the moons of Drayan Two, he's forced to care for three children who, unbeknownst to him, are actually elderly Drayans aging in reverse. In this episode of To The Journey, hosts Suzanne Williamson and ...…
 
Innocence. Tuvok may be known for his Vulcan stoicism, but his Vulcan parenting skills are second to none. When Tuvok's shuttle crashes on one of the moons of Drayan Two, he's forced to care for three children who, unbeknownst to him, are actually elderly Drayans aging in reverse. In this episode of To The Journey, hosts Suzanne Williamson and ...…
 
"Detained" Deep Dive. In the wake of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Executive Order 9066 was issued by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on February 19, 1942, authorizing the deportation and incarceration of Japanese Americans. Nearly 120,00 people on the West Coast were forced into internment camps further inland under suspicion of spying for the ...…
 
"Detained" Deep Dive. In the wake of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Executive Order 9066 was issued by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on February 19, 1942, authorizing the deportation and incarceration of Japanese Americans. Nearly 120,00 people on the West Coast were forced into internment camps further inland under suspicion of spying for the ...…
 
"Detained" Deep Dive. In the wake of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Executive Order 9066 was issued by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on February 19, 1942, authorizing the deportation and incarceration of Japanese Americans. Nearly 120,00 people on the West Coast were forced into internment camps further inland under suspicion of spying for the ...…
 
Schooling in Star Trek. On a Federation starship or space station, every day is an opportunity for learning. But for Starfleet officers whose families have joined them in space, providing a well-rounded education can be a challenge. Aboard the USS Enterprise-D, a host of professional educators were on hand, teaching everything from ancient hist ...…
 
Georgiou. One of the first moments of Star Trek: Discovery is the introduction of Captain Philippa Georgiou. We meet her during an away mission with Michael Burnham, and her wisdom is quickly evident. She asks Burnham to trust her as they seemingly meander through the desert. We soon discover that the route was not random; rather it created a l ...…
 
Writing the MACOs Into Starfleet. The Military Assault Command Operations became a part of Star Trek: Enterprise in season three. Not a division of Starfleet, they were a United Earth military organization that had trained relentlessly as soldiers, but had little actual battle experience outside of simulations, though their technology and tacti ...…
 
Writing the MACOs Into Starfleet. The Military Assault Command Operations became a part of Star Trek: Enterprise in season three. Not a division of Starfleet, they were a United Earth military organization that had trained relentlessly as soldiers, but had little actual battle experience outside of simulations, though their technology and tacti ...…
 
Writing the MACOs Into Starfleet. The Military Assault Command Operations became a part of Star Trek: Enterprise in season three. Not a division of Starfleet, they were a United Earth military organization that had trained relentlessly as soldiers, but had little actual battle experience outside of simulations, though their technology and tacti ...…
 
Ray Tesi talks Stage Nine Studios. In 2017, Ray Tesi began production on a Star Trek fan film entitled Starship Republic. That project is still in the works, and hopefully will be released in the not-too-distant future. Making fan films is a passion for Tesi, and that has led him to take a giant leap of faith with the acquisition of his very ow ...…
 
Season 4 Retrospective Part 2. Genetically enhanced humans have popped up in all forms of science fiction media for almost as long as the genre has existed, and Star Trek is no exception. Our first look at "augments," or genetically engineered humans, came in the original Star Trek series episode "Space Seed", when we meet the unforgettable Kha ...…
 
Season 4 Retrospective Part 2. Genetically enhanced humans have popped up in all forms of science fiction media for almost as long as the genre has existed, and Star Trek is no exception. Our first look at "augments," or genetically engineered humans, came in the original Star Trek series episode "Space Seed", when we meet the unforgettable Kha ...…
 
Season 4 Retrospective Part 2. Genetically enhanced humans have popped up in all forms of science fiction media for almost as long as the genre has existed, and Star Trek is no exception. Our first look at "augments," or genetically engineered humans, came in the original Star Trek series episode "Space Seed", when we meet the unforgettable Kha ...…
 
Characters We Wanted More Of. Star Trek: Voyager had no shortage of one-off characters that made a lasting impression on us, so much so that we wish that they had joined the Voyager crew, or at least that they would have become recurring characters. In this episode of To The Journey, hosts Zachary Fruhling and Suzanne Williamson discuss one-off ...…
 
Characters We Wanted More Of. Star Trek: Voyager had no shortage of one-off characters that made a lasting impression on us, so much so that we wish that they had joined the Voyager crew, or at least that they would have become recurring characters. In this episode of To The Journey, hosts Zachary Fruhling and Suzanne Williamson discuss one-off ...…
 
Star Trek’s fathers: the good, the bad, and the absent. “Other people have families,” Dr. McCoy lamented in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, apparently forgetting about his own daughter, Joanna. For a utopian vision of the future, Star Trek tends to offer a decidedly unflattering portrayal of fatherhood. Many of the central characters have mark ...…
 
Saru. The first Kelpien in Starfleet, Saru served admirably aboard the USS Shenzhou and the USS Discovery, ultimately earning the Starfleet Medal of Honor. Although his rank was lieutenant when we first saw him in “The Vulcan Hello,” he was promoted to commander and first officer by the time of “Context Is for Kings.” He also served as acting c ...…
 
Fathers of Star Trek: Enterprise. In most stories, mothers are generally represented in a positive light, but what about fathers? In many stories, fathers are presented as stern, authority figures that generally lack displays of emotion. Many characters have strained relations ships with their fathers, and there are frequently cases of estrange ...…
 
Fathers of Star Trek: Enterprise. In most stories, mothers are generally represented in a positive light, but what about fathers? In many stories, fathers are presented as stern, authority figures that generally lack displays of emotion. Many characters have strained relations ships with their fathers, and there are frequently cases of estrange ...…
 
Fathers of Star Trek: Enterprise. In most stories, mothers are generally represented in a positive light, but what about fathers? In many stories, fathers are presented as stern, authority figures that generally lack displays of emotion. Many characters have strained relations ships with their fathers, and there are frequently cases of estrange ...…
 
Compared with the occupation of Bajor, a violent and traumatic event which cast a long shadow over Deep Space Nine, the brief Dominion–Cardassian administration of the station at the start of the sixth season seems at first like a pretty soft alternative. The six-episode arc focusing on life under Dominion rule offers a parallel with the World ...…
 
Death on the NX-01. Fans of Star Trek often debate which Captain is their favorite, which generally leads to the debate of which Captain is "the best." Discussions often include topics such as which Captain was the most diplomatic, disobeyed the Prime Directive the most, which Captain would you like to serve under, and which Captain would you s ...…
 
Death on the NX-01. Fans of Star Trek often debate which Captain is their favorite, which generally leads to the debate of which Captain is "the best." Discussions often include topics such as which Captain was the most diplomatic, disobeyed the Prime Directive the most, which Captain would you like to serve under, and which Captain would you s ...…
 
Death on the NX-01. Fans of Star Trek often debate which Captain is their favorite, which generally leads to the debate of which Captain is "the best." Discussions often include topics such as which Captain was the most diplomatic, disobeyed the Prime Directive the most, which Captain would you like to serve under, and which Captain would you s ...…
 
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