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Best DS9 podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best DS9 podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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The Rebinge Star Trek DS9 Podcast is an in-depth recap of each and every episode of Deep Space Nine. Star Trek fans James and Kim dive into every detail of every episode bringing their different perspectives to the conversation. James is a long-time DS9 fanboy with a deep love of Sisko, Kira and Miles. Kim is a TNG devotee and long-time DS9 skeptic who never quite made it all the way to the end of DS9...until now. We will over-analyze everything, talk about the place of DS9 in the Star Trek ...
 
Trek to Trek - A New Podcast discussing/reviewing two eras of Star Trek Back to Back! Kirk vs Sisko. The Original Series and Deep Space Nine. Longtime Trek fans Bob Mitsch and Eric Gjerdingen review the merits and failings of both one episode at a time. TOS fan Bob watches Deep Space Nine for the first time in a decade or more and DS9 fan Eric watches the Original Series for the first time *ever*. The results should be.. fascinating.
 
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!
 
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 20 years. Each week, Dan Davidson and Bill Smith will highlight various Star Trek topics covering The Original Series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and Enterprise...as well as the new feature films and independently produced shows! In addition, they'll stump one another with trivia and have conversations with various cont ...
 
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.
 
PoliTreks! Barry DeFord and Shashank Avvaru talk politics, religion, and society around the replicator. Along with special guests, we choose to Boldly Go straight into the social, political, and sometimes spiritual underpinnings at the core of Star Trek. In this podcast, we aim to seek out new perspectives, and discover the ways Trek - past and present - can help us better understand the world as it is, and us as we are. We travel at warp speed through worlds, timelines, and dimensions with ...
 
Legendary Treksperts MARK A. ALTMAN (showrunner of the hit CW sci-fi series Pandora, author of the bestselling The Fifty-Year Mission, writer/producer Free Enterprise) and DAREN DOCHTERMAN (visual effects supervisor of Star Trek: The Motion Picture - Director's Edition) examine five decades of STAR TREK every Saturday along with special guests from across the Trek universe. Available wherever you listen to podcasts and on the free ELECTRIC NOW streaming app. @inglorioustrek on Twitter. #Star ...
 
Captain's Log is a collection of Star Trek features from the writers at Trek.fm. Narrated by our crew of hosts from across the network, Captain’s Log brings to life our written word articles with topics spanning the entire Star Trek franchise including The Original Series, The Animated Series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, Enterprise, and of course the films.
 
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.
 
Second Officer Slog is a monthly Star Trek book club celebrating the wild, sprawling, dubiously canon extended universe of our favorite TV sci-fi series so you don't have to! Life long Trek nerds M and Jackson dive into the minutia of treaties, techno-babble, and Bajoran independence starting from the DS9 novel relaunch and headed where no book club has gone before. Intended for people who've never cracked a single Trek book, we're talking about the best and worst that universe has to offer ...
 
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.
 
New episodes every Thursday! Podcasts: a frontier that isn't actually very final at all. These are the voyages of the podcast A Star to Steer Her By. Our continuing mission: to watch every single episode of Star Trek (even the dumb ones), to comment on and snark at whatever suits our fancy, to boldly split infinitives that no man has split before. Follow our crew of Chris, Jake, Ames, and Caitlin as we explore the universe of Trek, go on wild tangents, crack wise, and make more fart jokes th ...
 
Welcome to Enterprising Individuals, the podcast where we boldly go into excruciating detail about the series, characters, and stories of the Star Trek universe. On every episode, host Aaron Coker aka Ka1iban is joined by a special guest for an in-depth discussion of a selected episode from a Star Trek series. Enlist today for this fascinating mission!
 
Two Hundred a Day is a podcast by Nathan D. Paoletta and Epidiah Ravachol. We are exploring the intensely weird and interesting world of the 70s TV detective show The Rockford Files. Half celebration and half analysis, we break down episodes of the show and then analyze how and why they work as great pieces of narrative and character-building. In each episode of Two Hundred a Day, we watch an episode, recap and review it as fans of the show, and then tease out specific elements from that epi ...
 
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When characters from imagination and fantasy start arriving without a ship, it ruins bedtime for Deep Space Nine. But when llamas turn into bangers, the crew’s dreams turn into nightmares. Does Writer Salad make a filling meal? What’s Jake going to do with that baseball bat? Will Adam ever learn how to pronounce ‘denouement?’ It’s the drunken episo…
 
When Dax is put on trial for a 30-year-old murder, questions of personhood and identity are raised. Jimmy Akin, Dom Bettinelli, and Fr. Cory Sticha acknowledge that even apart from the scifi premise, there can be an interesting discussion of what it means to be an individual and a person. The post Dax (DS9) appeared first on SQPN.com.…
 
When Captain Sisko steals an ancient stone tablet from Bajor, it becomes a problem both diplomatically and conversationally. But when he decides the relic belongs smashed on the ground and not in a museum, its destruction triggers an ancient conflict that threatens Major Kira, Jake, and the station itself. What does the Betazoid military wear to ba…
 
More like "Meh, Lora", huh? Wade Looks back on this episode and tries not to embarrass himself. DS9's resident pickup artist, Julian Bashir "falls in love" and has some zero g space sex. We really lay into Julian in this one. We debate some more alien physiology, including turkey wattles and mouth handles in addition to what a lady who grew up flyi…
 
Don't bother to bring your stinking badges 'cause we're looking for "The Sword of Kahless"! Musician and podcaster GooeyFame is back on the show this week to discuss an episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine that sees our heroes leave the safety of the Federation to go on a dangerous treasure hunt. After years of searching, Dahar Master Kor believes…
 
A MESSAGE FROM THE TREKSPERTS: Please note this episode was recorded remotely via Zoom and as such the sound quality may not be up to the usual high standards of the podcast recorded in the studio. We hope the content will make up for any deficiencies in the audio. Meanwhile, we ask all our listeners to please listen to the experts, trust science, …
 
After dealing a crippling blow to the Federated Alliance, the crew returns to the Zyxx Quadrant to search for a new mission. Nermut makes a purchase. Bargie makes a daring rescue. C-53 tells a bedtime story.By Allie Kokesh, Winston Noel, Seth Lind, Alden Ford, Shane O'Connell, Jeremy Bent, Moujan Zolfaghari
 
In 1971, a shadowy group decided they needed to begin an investigation of the FBI, which they did with a burglary. Jimmy Akin and Dom Bettinelli ask who were these burglars, what FBI secrets did they discover, how did the FBI retaliate, and how did it shake up the FBI so that it's never been the same.…
 
Brea and Mallory help absolve guilt about reading for pleasure and review some pretty weird reading aids. Use the hashtag #ReadingGlasses to participate in online discussion! Email us at readingglassespodcast at gmail dot com! Reading Glasses Tote Bags Sponsor – SquareSpace Promo Clode – GLASSES Links – Reading Glasses Transcriptions on Gretta Read…
 
In 1971, a shadowy group decided they needed to begin an investigation of the FBI, which they did with a burglary. Jimmy Akin and Dom Bettinelli ask who were these burglars, what FBI secrets did they discover, how did the FBI retaliate, and how did it shake up the FBI so that it's never been the same. The post Exposing FBI Secrets! (1971 Burglary; …
 
Love him or hate him, Tyler Perry is a force to be reckoned with. The entertainment mogul wrote his way out of homelessness, and now presides over a media empire, including the 330-acre lot bearing his name in Atlanta: Tyler Perry Studios. Jarrett and Tre’Vell get into why their fans of Perry, from his business acumen, the opportunities he’s create…
 
Trekonomics, with Manu Saadia. “The economics of the future are somewhat different,” Captain Jean-Luc Picard tells Lily Sloane in Star Trek: First Contact. “You see, money doesn’t exist in the 24th century.” But the “primitive” 21st-century human is instinctively appalled: “No money? You mean you don’t get paid?” To some viewers, the post-scarcity …
 
Who's in the zone? Everyone! O'Brien is in the darts zone and Kai Winn's latest nonsense has Kira back in the revolutionary cell zone in "Shakaar"! After that, Dax is in an awkward zone when she has to meet up with her previous selves in "Facets"!Also this week: live from the Midwest, TNG's sexiest guest, and Shatner v. Brooks!NOTE: "Discovery" s.1…
 
Book Club Episode 7: Dune Part 7 In our next two chapters of Dune Duke Leto inspects some quickly modified chairs and discusses with Thufir Hawat who the traitor might be. Thufir strongly suspects Jessica to be the traitor. Duke Leto finds this to be absolutely absurd and lets Paul in on the fact that he has to pretend to suspect Jessica of treache…
 
It’s going to get so nerdy! More than usual- this is going to be a 12 off the nerd scale so get ready! We’ve got The legendary Cymatic Bruce a VR Evangelist, DDR World Champion, Co Founder of Alt Space VR, and just a fabulous blerd! We are going to revisit some of our favorite Sci-Fi and Fantasy movie epics like Lord of the Rings, the Hobbit, The M…
 
This week Hal, Danielle, and Lindsey are joined by RJ City. He’s an actor, comedian and wrestling raconteur across the international scene. RJ is involved in a lot of different avenues of entertainment.That’s given him a lot versatility as a performer since he learns a lot from working with so many different audiences. But it’s also made him acutel…
 
Some episodes of Star Trek are just so epic, they can't be contained to a mere hour of television. The precedent started in 1966 with Star Trek's, "The Menagerie," and it's a format that occurred all the way up through Star Trek: Enterprise: the two-part episode! Sometimes they're a cliffhanger to give us something to anticipate over the summer hia…
 
Some episodes of Star Trek are just so epic, they can't be contained to a mere hour of television. The precedent started in 1966 with Star Trek's, "The Menagerie," and it's a format that occurred all the way up through Star Trek: Enterprise: the two-part episode! Sometimes they're a cliffhanger to give us something to anticipate over the summer hia…
 
This episode is SO MUCH FUN! Pete Holmes and Annabelle Gurwitch grace Go Fact Yourself with their wit, joy and, yes, abject frustration. And we learn fun facts about the performers. For example, Pete Holmes reveals that The New Yorker rejected his avocado cartoon, and calls into question the magazine’s editorial judgment. J. Keith reminds Annabelle…
 
The Betts find Hamilton on Disney+ to be an all new experience despite being fans for four years and seeing it on stage. They also spend a quiet Fourth with Dom's mom; experience neighborhood fireworks like a warzone; and have a special outdoor Mass at their parish for Independence Day. The post Hamilfilm Mania appeared first on SQPN.com.…
 
Ahsoka vs. Vader! Fr. Andrew, Andrew H., and Angela discuss the Rebels season 2 finale and the universal themes found therein, like resisting Ezra resisting the Dark Side and how we must resist evil in our Christian journey. Plus, of course, the epic encounter between Ahsoka and Darth Vader/Anakin. The post Twilight of the Apprentice: Rebels, Seaso…
 
Griffin’s favorite zen-like video game series! Rachel’s favorite therapeutic pastime! Griffin’s favorite method of live musical performance! Rachel’s favorite place to buy vegetables! Music: “Money Won’t Pay” by Bo En and Augustus: https://open.spotify.com/track/5hs2nY40aeqM0mpP8SBOonBy Rachel McElroy, Griffin McElroy
 
In this episode, Andrew Reich and Ben Blacker interview Rob Schrab (The Sarah Silverman Program) regarding his dead pilot, Jetpackula. You’ll also listen to a live table read of Jetpackula, performed by some of today’s funniest comedic actors. For more Dead Pilot Society episodes, please subscribe to the podcast! Make sure to like us on Facebook, f…
 
In this weeks episode Wayne and Jude talk more Voyager season 2 as well as the usual random ramblings. Support us on Patreon HERE. Buy our merchandise HERE. Remember to check out our weekly YouTube exclusive episode reviews and other videos on our YouTube channel here: YouTube.com/TheSciFiCollective And whilst you’re on our YouTube channel please c…
 
Fr. Vincent Capodanno was a chaplain with the US Marines in Vietnam and a Maryknoll priest. As Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us in this very personal episode, he was known as the Grunt Padre for how he served his Marines. His ultimate sacrifice on the battlefield led to him receiving the Medal of Honor and being placed on the path to canonization. The …
 
You'd think that after escaping from his apocalyptic timeline, Future Trunks's life could only improve. But now he has to spend a year trapped in a room with a hateful, malevolent entity that thrives on his anger and bloodlust. And that's just his dad - there's an evil spirit involved, too. Link to the story: bit.ly/rfrroom Three friends read old f…
 
Aliens: Does this film reflect on the past by portraying a frightening future? Or is this just a fun popcorn-chomping action flick? On today’s episode Adam, Ben, and John point their flamethrowers at the eggs of this 1986 thriller. Aliens is available on Amazon, HBO, YouTube, Google Play, Vudu, and iTunes The next film, Kelly’s Heroes, is available…
 
Episode 133 Carbon Creek / Rocks and Shoals. We take in a great character development episode on the tense DeepSpace Nine and a lightweight 50's set story on Enterprise. Carbon Creek Ratings: Bob 7, Eric 8. Rocks and Shoals Ratings: Bob 9, Eric 9. Question: What if someone you new for 6 months revealed they were an extra terrestrial and how would y…
 
Episode 272: Final Fantasy VII Remake This week on Synthaholics we do something new, we do our first not Star Trek video game discussion. David welcomes past colleague Brian Banister to the show to discuss Final Fantasy VII Remake. Aaron and Holly are both on vacation this week. Before we get into the Final Fantasy VII Remake discussion we talk abo…
 
Hosts Cam Smith and Tyler Orton hop on Zoom in order to debate which famous Star Trek episodes would inspire the most engaging virtual cast reunion table reads. From Picard and crew's madcap hijinx in Sherwood Forest, to Kirk's Romulan cosplay and a trip to the forbidden Mirror Universe, the duo mastermind the ultimate pitches for fan-pleasing pand…
 
Rebinging Star Trek DS9: The Storyteller Welcome to S1E13 The Storyteller. Julian and Miles head to Bajor on their first away mission together and it pretty much goes as you might expect. There is a lot of eye rolling involved (from Miles, of course). Meanwhile back on DS9, Jake and Nog are busy chasing after a girl involved in some serious busines…
 
Today on the Space Nerds podcast: SPACE NEWS: (Starts at 4:30) Recent reports have confirmed that Tom Cruise is working with Elon Musk and SpaceX to produce the first big budget Hollywood film in space onboard the International Space Station, but it turns out they won’t be the first filmmakers to shoot on the ISS! Back in 2008 Richard Garriott paid…
 
Picard Recap and Strange New Worlds. The first season of Star Trek: Picard is behind us, and Jean-Luc Picard has a new body to carry him through Season 2. But before we speculate on what that might mean and where the La Sirena crew are headed, we must consider the broader impact of Patrick Stewart’s return on the health of the franchise. In this ep…
 
Peter is joined by the lovely JJ for the latest voyage way out West to the Final Frontier. The sound quality may not be great, but we have a lot of laughs. The next Borgcast will be covering the Discovery Short Treks, which finally get released in the Uk on 13th. We'll be recording on the 16th if you'd like to give your thoughts- borgcast@gmail.com…
 
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