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🗿 𝙃𝙞𝙨𝙩𝙤𝙧𝙮’𝙨 𝙈𝙮𝙨𝙩𝙚𝙧𝙞𝙚𝙨 ✈️ 𝚆𝚘𝚛𝚕𝚍 𝚃𝚛𝚊𝚟𝚎𝚕 👇🏽 𝐓𝐨𝐮𝐫𝐬/ 𝐆𝐞𝐚𝐫/ 𝐁𝐥𝐨𝐠 https://linktr.ee/ancientexpedition
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UFO

Nick Hollins

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A podcast where artists, musicians and tech creators talk about the future. Hosted by Nick Hollins & produced by Apollo ~ ufo.fm
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An anthology of pulp fiction stories - horror, crime, sci-fi, thriller - unified by a pulp theme, these stand-alone stories are edgy, dark, twisted, and strange. Each episode features a fully-scripted audio drama story, with original music, stellar actors, and nerve-jangling sound design. New episodes releasing biweekly. From Voyage Media in association with 7 Lamb Productions.
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The Voyage Podcast

Voyage Comics and Publishing

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Join in on the conversation between hosts Mike Schramm, a sarcastically pious Catholic theology teacher, and Jacob Klatte, a piously sarcastic Eastern Orthodox graphic designer, as they discuss the Christian truth, goodness and beauty found in art, story and pop culture. The Voyage Podcast is a production of Voyage Comics, which seeks to create exceptional entertainment, informed by Catholic values, that inspires people to live a heroic life. Contact us at podcast@voyagecomics.com
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Aussie Beer Voyage

Aussie Beer Voyage

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Aussie Beer Voyage takes you on a tour of Australia's best craft scenery, one beer at a time! Join Adsy & Joel as they voyage to many of your favourite Aussie craft beer haunts, interviewing and drinking beer as they go. Hear from brewers, owners, beer industry reps and more!
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A discussion for overthinkers, people pleasers, and perfectionists led by Meredith Arthur, author of "Get Out of My Head" and creator of Beautiful Voyager, bevoya.com. Enjoy these conversations with interesting people from around the world. Follow @bevoya on Instagram or visit bevoya.com to learn more.
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In 1985, in Texas, Jayson Woodward stepped outside of her home and was abducted, raped, and held hostage, until she managed to escape her assailant. He was captured on the border between the United States and Mexico. Three unknown armed men would later kidnap Jayson's rapist from a Mexican jail, and bring him back to Texas, where he was found in a park, in his underwear, by Texas law enforcement. An incredible true crime story of a terrible crime that became an international incident, as wel ...
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The Greatest Generation

Adam Pranica and Benjamin Harrison review Star Trek

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A Star Trek podcast by two guys who are a bit embarrassed to have a Star Trek podcast. After reviewing all of Star Trek: The Next Generation and DS9, we're reviewing Star Trek: Voyager from beginning to end. Check out Greatest Trek, our spinoff about all the new Star Trek series!
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Voyager Sopris Learning

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Hosted by Pam Austin and Greg Hullett, these discussions will feature dialogues with experienced educators, inspiring thought leaders, social media influencers, and leading education innovators.
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True, personal stories from new voices and experienced writers resonating with the themes of the Personal Essay/Story Publishing Projects: "Bearing Up" (2018) and "Exploring" (2019).
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Our worst fears come true... on the home front. An ordinary woman is swept up into an extraordinary plot against America, by Russian domestic terrorists. She's overheard key details of the plot, but does not speak Russian... until she undergoes an experimental procedure, and becomes America's unlikely best chance against enemies hiding in plain sight.
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Welcome to These Are The Voyages: A Star Trek Podcast. This is your invitation to beam aboard and join us as we have fun together talking Trek. On the 7s of the month join us as we talk about an episode, book, a character, or anything that piques our interest. Grab your tricorder, communicator, and let‘s Boldly Go and Make It So.
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Join Suzanne Chesterton as she pushes the genre boundaries of trance, progressive, house and techno with loads of exclusive new music every week on Voyager Radio. This is an outstanding hour long fully presented radio show, which encompasses Suzanne’s 20-year background in radio along with her five-year stint as the Senior Producer on Paul van Dyk’s VONYC Sessions. Since 2014, she has worked on over 250 episodes of the show at Distorted, along with many others for the likes of Martin Jensen, ...
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Following in the footsteps of early naturalists, marine scientist and storyteller Charlie Young takes listeners on a journey to wild waters aboard her boat ‘Feral’ as she embarks on a mission-driven voyage around the planet to uncover the greatest challenges facing the natural world, and tell its story. Part travelog, part natural history docuseries, Charlie shares live accounts in gripping detail of her adventures as she joins local experts, scientists and rangers in the field to meet weird ...
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The Rewatch Podcast

Cory, Tom, Eoghan, and Nathan

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The Rewatch Podcast hosts are Cory, Tom, Eoghan and Nathan. Dedicated to rewatching TV shows and movies in every episode. Find The Rewatch Podcast on Instagram and or get involved at Facebook.com/RewatchPodcast
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Star Trek: Romulans Bearing Gifts

E.A. Escamilla & C. Holmquist

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Returning in 2022... with rotating panels we cover random TV Trek from ALL series, while mixing in reviews for current ongoing series as well. Also hear us on: Sci-Fi Party Line Doctor Who: Mostly Harmless Cutaway Prognosis Negative Movie Reviews The Best Picture Podcast 1001 Movies Podcast
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Timeless Voyager Series From 1987 through 1994 Timeless Voyager Radio was broadcast over 250 radio stations world-wide in most top 50 radio markets in the US, Canada, and Short-Wave world-wide. Bruce Stephen Holms, host started the program on KCSB 91.9 from UCSB in Santa Barbara, CA. Interviews with leading edge speakers in the fields of UFOs, Extraterresteial encounters, Alternative and Natural Health, Channeling, Psychic Phenomena, Cryptozoology (Bigfoot/Sasquatch), Religio-Political, Seer ...
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Tor Books, in partnership with Literary Hub, presents Voyage Into Genre! Every other Wednesday, join host Drew Broussard for conversations with Tor authors discussing their new books, the future, and the future of genre. Oh, and maybe there'll be some surprises along the way... Tor Presents: Voyage Into Genre is a Lit Hub Radio podcast.
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The Post Atomic Horror podcast

Ron "AAlgar" Watt, Maggie Rowbotham

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An irreverent (yet loving) review of Star Trek episodes and discussion of all — okay, most — things Star Trek. Hosted by Ron "AAlgar" Watt and Maggie Rowbotham, the people who also host the Sarcastic Voyage podcast.
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Is Star Trek: Voyager good... or is it garbage? Journey forward to the courtroom of the Honorable Judge Midnightien Later as he seeks to discern a final and legally-binding answer to this and other perplexing questions, one Voyager episode at a time. Is Janeway the purest exemplar of the overarching Star Trek ethos, or does she personify the dangers of dogmatic adherence to Starfleet’s institutional code? Is the Voyager a pretty ship? Why does the theme song never speed up? The court’s only ...
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Welcome to Deep Space Pride! Mike Thurlow and Johnson Lee are two self-professed gay geeks who love to obsess over Star Trek - join us as we talk about some of our favorite episodes, revel as yet another new series is announced, and ramble on about some off topic content. And maybe once in a while, we'll simply talk about living as two gay guys in New York City.
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A well-to-do Australian woman meets and falls in love with a mysterious man, with a beautiful yacht, and plans to marry him and spend the rest of their days sailing around the world together. What actually happens is infidelity, loss of more than a million dollars, and attempted murder. Narrated by Tony Dalton (AMC's Better Call Saul). A new true crime story from Voyage Media, producers of the hit true crime podcast Borderline, in the vein of Dirty John and The Tinder Swindler.
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Voyager

Rebecca Joann

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I'm just a gal who likes to talk about random stuff. I'm an amateur writer, and graphic designer. Here you will be bombarded with randomness and a few tips! Enjoy!
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Discussing anything and everything that peaks our interest. From human nature to technical garbage. Recorded just for fun and to entertain those who enjoy comedic and chaotic episodes and outbreaks. Mature audiences
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I Am Echo

Voyage Media

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When a sheltered young woman, Catherine, finally moves away from home for college, she begins to investigate her family to finally get at the answers behind her father’s mysterious death, possibly connected to her mother, Barbara, who controls one of the largest trusts in the country and is an extreme narcissist. In the process, she discovers repressed memories... that may be someone else’s memories. A new audio drama from Voyage Media, I Am Echo can be compared to a YA Succession with a sci ...
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The Biggest Little Show This Side of the Alpha Quadrant! Trek Geeks is a casual discussion on Star Trek between two friends that have known each other for 25 years. Each week, Dan Davidson and Bill Smith will highlight various Star Trek topics, episodes, and celebrites from throughout the Star Trek Universe!
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Voyage to Valinor. The monthly podcast from one of Australia's best up and coming DJ's. Covering a wide range of genre's, you are sure to hear the best and freshest tracks in Ahmet Atasever's podcast. For more info go to http://www.ahmetatasever.com All music played on Voyage to Valinor is for promotional use only.
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Mike Archer is a newly appointed fire watcher in the Wyoming woods. While he's never done anything like this before, he needed something new after his mom passed. Now he hopes to spend his days in a tower above the trees looking for fires and working on his new book. But things aren't as quiet and peaceful as he hoped. Strange interference blasts over his radio at night and he starts seeing and hearing creepy noises in the woods. But are these odd occurrences actually happening or is he just ...
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Synthaholics: A Star Trek Podcast

David Duncan, Aaron O'Brian, and Holly Michelle Vine

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Synthaholics is a group for friends that love to talk about Star Trek, that started with David Duncan and Aaron O'Brian. Over time our little Star Trek podcast family has grown with the addition of Guy Davis. We look to bring you a weekly highly irreverent, somewhat comedic and yet clearly passionate take on all things Star Trek! So what are you waiting for click download for your weekly shot of Star Trek!
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Star Trek Wars

Jeremy Reed, Jordan Rosenwinkel

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The only Trek podcast in the galaxy that reviewed an episode from all 5 live action series at the same time! We have now reviewed every episode of TOS-ENT and those can be found in Seasons 1-7. We now have also covered the movies (Season 8) and Season 9 covers all of Treks newest series, including Discovery, Picard, Lower Decks, Prodigy, and Strange New Worlds! The original premise had us reviewing an episode from The Original Series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and Enterp ...
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Sarcastic Voyage

Ron "AAlgar" Watt, Matt Rowbotham

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An interconnected world of comedy sketches, serials and radio plays. Includes episodes from the "sketch era," the comedic soap opera Contentment Corner, the old-time radio throwback Sarcastic Voyage Theatre and the brand's current iteration: standalone comedy audio plays!
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The Voyager Collective was founded to create an organized community and learning platform around the discipline of Design Fiction. Our mission is to enable others to collaborate in making sense of and shaping multiple new worlds. https://voyagercollective.com/
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Time to talk about the giant radioactive lizard in the room. No more monkeying around. Jacob has been a radioactive nerd his entire life, and he's bringing it to the airwaves. Let's talk the oG and the bK. It's the Godzilla and Kong episode! Other podcast might spend more time paying attention to the recent release of Godzilla x Kong: The New Dumb …
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In this exclusive interview I am joined by archaeologist Jenn Deyo, who is also part of the Earth Ancients podcast team with Cliff Dunning. Jenn has spent decades out in the field unearthing artifacts and researching ancient history. In this episode Jenn and I cover the following topics:- how does she cope as a critical thinking archaeologist in a …
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70,000 light years and what felt like 70,000 episodes later, we arrive at the (sort of) end of our journey through STAR TREK: VOYAGER! Is season 7 the send-off this ship and crew truly deserved, or did behind-the-scenes apathy make it a dumping ground for unused scripts? It’s a musical and dramatic extravaganza of interplanetary litigation, but onl…
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Suzanne’s back with an incredible show this month, featuring three huge Siskin album remixes and the latest from Hel:slowed, Elysian, PARAFRAME, Daxon, Sean Tyas and so much more including something chilled in the Black Hole. Discoveries Siskin - Are We Dreaming (Paul Sawyer Remix) [Black Hole Recordings] Siskin - Let Go (Dennis Sheperd Remix) [Bla…
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322-Pam Oslie joins Bruce Stephen Holms, host of Timeless Voyager for a very detailed explanation of the human Aura as seen by the world renowned Psychic. She has appeared on ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, FOX, The Dr. Oz Show, The View, The Ricki Lake Show, Coast to Coast with George Noory, Hallmark’s Home & Family, Gaia with Lisa Garr, and many other televi…
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Jess Gardner is a Storytelling and Communication Coach who specializes in helping professionals tell their stories more effectively. Many people struggle to find their voices and speak with confidence. She uses her expertise in communication and teaching to empower everyone to level up their careers through better communication and storytelling. Je…
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Star Trek Discovery is back with a two-episode premiere! --- Regular These Are The Voyages episodes will be released on the 7s (7, 17, and 27). Reaction Episodes BEAM in every week when we discuss new Star Trek during its original run. --- Make sure to check out our webpage, www.trtvpod.com. Also, make sure to like our page on Facebook, join our gr…
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In March the Royal Queensland Beer Awards (RQBA) were held in Brisbane, where Adsy was a judge and Hendo was the Chairman of Judges! A fancy title to be sure, but what does it mean and what do beer competitions entail? Here we chat about how to judge beer and what goes into the process of the stewarding behind the scenes, judging process and all th…
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Raven Chiong earned her Master of Arts in Exercise and Sport Science from the University of Florida. A lifelong student, life coach, and educator, she qualified for the first-ever Women’s Olympic Marathon Trials in 1984 and paid it forward with her 19-year cross country coaching career. After her competitive running and coaching career, she ran her…
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Naoki Shimizu is a GPS artist runner. One of Naoki's principles in his running endeavours is to make running an accessible sport to everyone. His GPS journey began when he wanted to create a sport that his students in wheelchairs could also enjoy. Naoki has run over 12,500km in countries all over the world with over 1350 pieces of art under his bel…
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Our friends at Voyage Media are back with a new series called Cypress Creek. It's a dark comedy audio drama that looks behind the doors of your friends and neighbors and finds their dirty secrets. Joan's home was devastated by a flood after a hurricane. Her and her neighbors on the lower ridge of the Cypress Creek neighborhood are struggling to sur…
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Hello and welcome to the bonus episode Pros & Connor, where we discuss recent Star Trek episodes Connor has revisited! As promised this week is an all Voyager Special, and we talk about The Thaw and Night! Next up for Star Trek Wars, Jordan and Joselyn return to cover the final season. Lets fly! Join the Council and start voting and leaving comment…
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Robin Russell Gaiser, MA, CMP, added a certificate for music practitioner to her degrees in English literature and psychology. As an experienced multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, Robin gave live bedside acoustic music to critically and chronically ill, elderly and dying patients in hospices, hospitals, rehabs, nursing and private homes. Her first…
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The White Witch presents Digory Kirke with an impossible choice in Chapter 13 of The Magician’s Nephew. Should be take the magic apple to his dying mother (which would be stealing) or bring it to Aslan per his instructions? Listen to the podcasters take a deep dive into this gripping climactic scene and then post a comment! Rilian, Gymfan, Glumpudd…
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When a shuttle trip to a conference takes a predictable turn, Chakotay and Seven find themselves in an environment where the only way to make lifesaving inventions is out of household materials. But when Tom Paris gets forced to go to traffic school, he’ll have to sacrifice points on his license to save the day. Is it okay to call young people ‘pri…
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Jordan and Joselyn return to discuss Jinaal, the 3rd episode in the Final Season of Star Trek: Discovery! They’ll discuss Pros, Khans, and Neutral Zones, do their Next Time On, all this and reading your comments and reviewing the episode. Talk to us using (720)372-4019 or through Speakpipe! Please leave a 5 Star Review on iTunes to have your review…
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Hosts Cam Smith and Tyler Orton run screaming away from cloaked bees while engaging with the third episode of Discovery's final season, Jinaal. From the return of Gray Tal, to Dr. Culber's symbiont possession and Saru's relationship anxieties, the duo break it all down. Plus, the duo discuss the end of Lower Decks and the next Trek film. Join our F…
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Fascinated with every big and little thing, Jamie Cheshire has long been an avid student of design and structure. Having worked together with giants, he has had the extreme good fortune to practice his craft for most of the last four decades and has seen his work appear nationally and in several countries on three continents. He lives in Winston-Sa…
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Direct from Star Trek: The Cruise, Denise Crosby herself beams into Transporter Room 3 for a wide-ranging chat. We discuss how the Tasha Yar actress got her start in the industry, what it was like growing up with the famous "Crosby" name, why she left Star Trek... and how she's still with Star Trek after all these years! This is a good one, guys. D…
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So after a bit of a break, we're back with new Trek and new episodes! Let's see how long we can keep it up. And in a blink of an eye, we're in April 2024. Spring is in the air, the pollen count is increasing, and there's new Star Trek - finally! Mike and Johnson catch up on life, love, and the shows they've been watching - from 3 Body Problem to On…
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So after a bit of a break, we're back with new Trek and new episodes! Let's see how long we can keep it up. And in a blink of an eye, we're in April 2024. Spring is in the air, the pollen count is increasing, and there's new Star Trek - finally! Mike and Johnson catch up on life, love, and the shows they've been watching - from 3 Body Problem to On…
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startreklegacy The Sistas welcome actor and writer Ashlei Sharpe Chestnut to the podcast and this episode is basically a love fest. The Sistas geek out and Ashlei indulges us. Thank you Phumz Sitole for texting Ashlei and thank you Ashlei for saying yes. Find out more about Ashlei: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm6569232/?ref_=nmawd_ovIG & Threads: @as…
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With Astronaut Rick Mastracchio Join us as we journey through the art of discussion of the 2024 sci-fi film Spaceman! Adam Sandler stars and our friend and astronaut, Rick Mastracchio consulted on this film. We were very happy to welcome Rick back to the show and to talk about this "different" kind of science fiction film. This podcast is a proud p…
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The one where we switch to Picard S3 Sorry for the wait listeners!!! We are back and it's our 50th episode! Join Haley and I as we take a break from classic TNG and move into a rewatch of Picard Season 3 starting at the beginning with The Next Generation. In this episode Haley and I talk all about what we thought when we saw this epic first episode…
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Mary Alice Dixon is a Pushcart nominee, award-winning poet and former finalist for the NC Poetry Society Poet Laureate Award. Her writing is in five PSPP anthologies, in Braided Way, County Lines, Kakalak, Main Street Rag, Pinesong, and elsewhere. Her poetry will appear on NC Poetry Society posters in 2024. Mary Alice lives in Charlotte, NC where s…
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When Voyager gets a mission from Admiral Philip Baker Hall, Harry Kim tracks down the ancient probe on an irradiated planet. But when the away team encounters bagMEN on the surface who give the Vidiians a run for their money, all it takes is some medical treatment and odor eaters to make their planet habitable again. Which adjustment might be too n…
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Its a Red Directive, so Jordan and Joselyn return to discuss the second episode of Star Trek: Discovery's Final Season! They’ll discuss Pros, Khans, and Neutral Zones, do their Next Time On, all this and reading your comments and reviewing the episode. Talk to us using (720)372-4019 or through Speakpipe! Please leave a 5 Star Review on iTunes to ha…
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Hosts Cam Smith and Tyler Orton perform high-speed sprints through the forest while reuniting with Discovery for the first two episodes of its final season, Red Directive and Under the Twin Moons. From the introduction of Captain Rayner, to the new devious villain duo and an intriguing connection to the classic TNG episode The Chase, the duo cover …
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In this episode I break down the recent news of a remarkable new discovery in Egypt of a massive 62 ton box that was hiding underneath the ground where construction had begun for a new hospital. Was this box a "sarcophagus," or was it originally used for a different purpose? Next I will share the incredible true story of Sir William Siemens and the…
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Chapter 12 of The Magician’s Nephew opens with one of the most emotional scenes in The Chronicles of Narnia. Listen to our discussion and post a comment. The tawny face was bent down near his own and (wonder of wonders) great shining tears stood in the Lion’s eyes. They were such big, bright tears compared with Digory’s own that for a moment he fel…
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It’s the 5th and final Season Premiere of Star Trek: Discovery, and Jordan and Joselyn are back to discuss it! They’ll discuss Pros, Khans, and Neutral Zones, do their Next Time On, all this and reading your comments and reviewing the episode. Star Trek Wars will be back in one day to discuss the second episode of Season 5, Under the Twin Moons! Ta…
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Annette L. Brown is a mother, wife, and retired teacher, who lives on an almond farm in Central California where she enjoys spending time with family and friends. She is grateful for the support of The Taste Life Twice Writers and The Light Makers’ Society and for simply having time to write. Annette has pieces reflecting her love of nature, family…
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The All-Outtake Episode! 2023 was a sad, sad year. The traditional year-end Outtakes Super Edit didn't happen as planned and the dozen of Trek Geeks fans everywhere were crestfallen that their holidays suddenly had no meaning whatsoever. Bill and Dan have decided to make up for it this week with an entire episode about NOTHING! Now, now...calm down…
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The All-Outtake Episode! 2023 was a sad, sad year. The traditional year-end Outtakes Super Edit didn't happen as planned and the dozen of Trek Geeks fans everywhere were crestfallen that their holidays suddenly had no meaning whatsoever. Bill and Dan have decided to make up for it this week with an entire episode about NOTHING! Now, now...calm down…
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July is a founder of Faust. Developing Roc: a reality oracle computer that notarizes reality, onchain. He’s an engineer who built flying cars and autonomous vehicles with Kittyhawk, a startup backed by Google. He’s an early Farcaster user and creator of the /july channel with 6.5K members. A place where anyone is invited to post musings, thoughts &…
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Writer for Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Davy Perez joined us for a fun conversation about writing for Star Trek: Strange New Worlds (seasons 1 and 2). He shares fascinating insights into the process for writing for this much beloved new series. He couldn't share anything concerning season 3, but we promise that there is a lot of interesting insigh…
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We enter the times that try men's souls as we review the most unfortunate series finale in Trek history as we review the infamous "These Are The Voyages...". That said...is it really as bad as everyone's says? yeah Trip gets the worst death scene of all time. Sure, the premise only makes a limited amount of sense. But....the worst Trek episode of a…
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Richard (“Rick”) Davis is a retired Air Force colonel with an extensive professional writing history, including some non-fiction material published over the past 40 years. To transition to fiction, he studied with Amherst Writers & Artists and published his first novella in 2014. He has two book-length manuscripts pending. “Two Minutes and Eighteen…
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