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Best Deepspacenine podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Deepspacenine podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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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.
 
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!
 
Romulans Bearing Gifts podcast hosted by Eric, Cat, and Carl + Caitlin and Tom. We set out to discuss episodes covering all series and eras of Star Trek. We've been podcasting together for quite some time on Sci-Fi Party Line, Mostly Harmless Cutaway, and Prognosis Negative—from Sci-fi to Doctor Who, to film, we are finally focusing on the original wagon train to the stars, STAR TREK. And yes, we will be covering each episode of the new series when it debuts in 2017... Each week the regular ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
Chelsea and SEM host a weekly Star Trek podcast, discussing every single episode of the series in order, including the original series, the animated series, Next Generation, DS9, Voyager ... you get the idea. We're boldly going where at least one other podcast has probably gone before. Trek news, video games and other ephemera are also touched upon. Visit our website or follow us on Tumblr for updates, or subscribe on iTunes.
 
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.
 
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Book Club Episode 11: Dune Part 11 Aaron and David discuss the next two chapters of Dune, with Doctor Yueh’s plan set in motion the Harkonnen have invaded the palace. Duncan wasn't drunk and loud for long enough as the lady Jessica and Paul are drugged and bound to meat Barron Harkonnen and Piter. Piter plays, let's make a deal and this results in …
 
Episode 278: Lower Decks Envoys with Rocky Mountain Geek Tank Aaron and David are joined this week by the Rocky Mountain Geek Tank to talk about Star Trek in general and Lower Decks specifically. Rocky Mountain Geek Tank is made up of Guy Davis who’s been a guest many times, Troy Fluhr who appeared way back on our Rouge One Podcast, and Chelsea Kra…
 
Frankenstein and the Star Trek universe. Originally published in 1818, Mary Shelley’s groundbreaking gothic novel Frankenstein has been a major influence on many works of dystopian science fiction—so much so that many critics argue she invented the genre. Star Trek itself has borrowed from the literary masterpiece—as well as it’s most famous film a…
 
Lower Decks pre-launch thoughts and Star Trek Emmy nominations. After almost five decades, Star Trek is returning to animation under the guidance of Mike McMahan, writer and producer of the Cartoon Network animated comedy series Rick and Morty and creator of the Hulu animated series Solar Opposites. What does he have in store for Star Trek fans? In…
 
Episode 277: Lower Decks Second Contact Star Trek Lower Decks the latest CBS All Access Star Trek Show and the Synthaholics are here to cover it. The first episode of Lower Decks is titled “Second Contact”. The U.S.S. Cerritos is making second contact and is setting up its communication array so that they can communicate with the rest of the federa…
 
Episode titles in The Animated Series and The Next Generation. As we continue our look at Star Trek episode titles, host Duncan Barrett is joined in this episode of Primitive Culture by Tony Black for a look at the naming strategies of The Animated Series and The Next Generation. Did Michael Piller really put an end to the era of the poetic, evocat…
 
Book Club Episode 10: Dune Part 10 This week Duncan Idaho is such a loud drunk that he wakes up Lady Jessica while she is sleeping from down the hall. Duncan has been enjoying the spice beer and hanging with the ladys a little too much. Lady Jessica then has an intense talk with Thufir and debates whether to not tell him she is pregnant with the Du…
 
Episode 276: The Seventh Man and Pyre Aaron and David move deeper into season 2 of the Expanse with “The Seventh Man” and “Pyre”. In “The Seventh Man” Bobbie is rescued and is questioned about what happened since she is the sole survivor of her squad after the mirrors fell on Ganymede. In Pyre we meet the Ganymede botanist Praxidike Meng, now a ref…
 
Book Club Episode 9: Dune Part 9 Duke Leto Hosts a dinner party where customs are abolished, where some people have names, and where other people have no names. Tensions rise as code words and hand signals are passed under the table. Could there be an assassination attempt at the dinner table? Is Dr. Yueh poised to strike? Will Paul be lured to his…
 
Episode 275: Home and Paradigm Shift David returns and is joined by Aaron to discuss the next two episodes of The Expanse “Home” and “Paradigm Shift.” But first David must give his thoughts and reactions to the Star Trek Lower Decks animated series trailer. We also have another listener email we read before we get into the meat of the episode. With…
 
Talking Horror with Brannon Braga. In space, no one can hear you scream. And while the well-lit corridors of a Federation starship may seem worlds away from the grimy darkness of the Nostromo, even Starfleet’s best and brightest are sometimes caught in the grip of a full on horrorfest. Perhaps no one in Star Trek’s history has penned more chilling …
 
Book Club Episode 8: Dune Part 8 Leto and Paul then meet Dr. Kynes the Arrakis ecologist. Kynes explains the use of stillsuits, special outfits that contain the amount of moisture the body uses up and which are able to recycle the majority of the body’s moisture. Kynes takes the Duke and Paul to visit a spice-mining operation. While they are there,…
 
Episode 274: Static & Godspeed with Guy Davis Dave is away this week. Aaron and returning guest Guy Davis discuss the trailer for Star Trek: Lower Decks. The newest animated comedy from CBS All Access from the Rick and Morty creator Mike McMahan. Next we dish on The Expanse episodes "Static" & "Godspeed". With Miller killing of the scientist Dresde…
 
Episode Titles in The Original Series. “What’s in a name?” Juliet demands of Romeo. “That which we call a rose. By any other name would smell as sweet.” In 1968, the Star Trek episode “By Any Other Name” took more than just its title from Shakespeare—it used Juliet’s words as a jumping-off point to consider what makes us human. But it was also char…
 
Episode 273: Safe, Doors & Corners Aaron and David boldly go into season two of The Expanse covering the first two episodes “Safe” and “Doors & Corners”. Going forward we plan to cut down on the episode recap so we can get into more of a discussion earlier on. We also have a listener email in regards to our Far Beyond the Stars episode before we ge…
 
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 …
 
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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
DS9’s “Meridian” and the 1954 Hollywood musical that inspired it. Perhaps more so than any other Star Trek series, Deep Space Nine leaned heavily for inspiration on the world of 20th-century film. But not every futuristic retooling of a classic movie could reach the heights of “Badda-Bing Badda-Bang,” which we discussed in our previous episode. Per…
 
Episode 271: Critical Mass and Leviathan Wakes We have arrived at the final two episodes of the first season of The Expanse, and what a journey it has been. Aaron, David, and Holly share our thoughts on Critical Mass and Leviathan Wakes, although Holly only joins the boys briefly this week. The Expanse keeps getting better and better, and we end up…
 
Book Club Episode 6: Dune Part 6 In our next two chapters of Dune our fearless leader Duke Leto stews over the Harkonnen’s attempt on his son’s life. He also enlists Gurney to recruit as much of the help as they can to assist in mining the spice to get production rolling again. Later Paul gets to attend his very first staff meeting on Dune where th…
 
Episode 270: Windmills & Salvage Once more unto the breach, dear friends! Into the Expanse - with David, Holly and Aaron! This week Chrisjen makes a house call with James Holden’s family in Montana. We discover the secret meaning of "donkey balls". The crew of the Rocinante discovers a derelict vessel holding a secret that may destroy humankind. (N…
 
Book Club Episode 5: Dune Part 5 In our next two chapters of Dune Paul just can't sleep due to how cool his bed’s headboard is. He also encounters a dangerous assassins tool every good Dukes son learns about at an early age the Hunter Seeker. Meanwhile lady Jessica uncovers a secret message with an ominous warning. Grab a plate of Spice Melange and…
 
Episode 269: Far Beyond the Stars with Guy Davis This week David, Aaron and Guy break away from the Expanse to talk about current issues. Warning: this episode we do get very political! As our country struggles with the issues of race and equality we dive into a classic Deep Space Nine episode. In this story the Prophets transport Sisko to the 1950…
 
Ocean’s 11 (1960) and “Badda-Bing, Badda-Bang.” Long before George Clooney assembled his star-studded gang of high-rolling thieves, the original Danny Ocean—Frank Sinatra—successfully knocked off five casinos in a single night in the original 1960 Ocean’s 11. With help from Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., and the rest of the Rat Pack, Sinatra brought…
 
Book Club Episode 4: Dune Part 4 We finally make it to planet Arrakis! Man, is it hot here! And DRY! Lady Jessica unpacks an old portrait of Leto's father and a mounted bull's head. Later Jessica meets her new servant Shadout Mapes. Jessica correctly identifies a strange knife, calling it a "Maker". Next Jessica has a somewhat normal discussion wit…
 
Episode 268: The Expanse: Back to the Butcher & Rock Bottom This week David and Aaron talk more of the Expanse! What happened to Anderson Station? Fred Johnson happened to Anderson Station! "The Butcher of Anderson Station''! James Holden christens their vessel the "Rocinante" and finds safe harbor on Tycho Station where they make an unlikely ally.…
 
Book Club Episode 3: Dune Part 3 Join Aaron and David as we discuss DUNE in our book club series. This week we get introduced to the super creepy Dr. Yueh. The book wastes no time letting us know that he indeed is the traitor that will be the end of the Duke Leto Atreides. Speaking of the Duke we finally meet him this week as well in two shorter ch…
 
Episode 267: The Expanse: Remember the Cant & CQB This week we return to The Expanse! James Holden's message broadcasts all over Ceres and is inciting riots. Detective Miller continues his search for Julie Mao. Miller tracks down Anderson Dawes, the leader of the O.P.A. On Earth Chrisjen Avasarala tricks her friend Franklin DeGraaf (the U.N. Ambass…
 
Cold War Détente and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country. When Nicholas Meyer returned to the Star Trek cinematic universe with Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, he produced one of the franchise’s most flagrant—and successful—examples of “ripped from the headlines” storytelling, reimagining the collapse of the USSR in space. Gorbachev beca…
 
Book Club Episode 2: Dune Part 2 Join Aaron and Holly as we discuss DUNE in our book club series. This week Reverend Mother Gaius Helen Mohiam leaves planet Caladan after further questioning Paul and see a dire ending to the Duke. We also meet Thufir Hawat and Gurney Halleck, Paul's teachers and friends. Grab a plate of Spice Melange and kick back …
 
Episode 266: Pandemic Playlist This week we compiled lists to entertain you through this 2020 Pandemic. We wanted to bring you episodes that were both entertaining and relevant to our current situation and we’re just gonna get right down to it… here are all of our recommendations! 1995 Film: 12 Monkeys TOS&TNG: The Naked Time & The Naked Now TNG Sy…
 
Book Club Episode 1: Dune part 1 We are stating a shorter format book club series that will hopefully be a weekly release. We are kicking off this series with Frank Herbert's sci-fi novel DUNE. This week we are covering the first two chapters so grab yourself a copy of Dune and follow along. Our music is provided by! http://warp11.com/ you can foll…
 
Episode 265: The Expanse Dulcinea and The Big Empty Today we expand our universe with a little Syfy/Amazon show called… The Expanse! …too on the nose? Anyway, We have a relatively short episode for you this week -which is odd because we discussed the happenings of Episode 1 and 2 of the first season, but we’re all looking forward to more! But first…
 
Voyager’s “Critical Care” and the current global pandemic. A healthcare system struggling with inadequate resources. Patients dying, untreated, as politicians and administrators grapple with a humanitarian crisis. In some ways, the Star Trek: Voyager episode “Critical Care” seems eerily prescient. Originally intended as classic Trek-style social co…
 
Episode 264: Kobayashi Maru Extinction with Jason Yungbluth This week we need to apologize to our special guest Jason Yungbluth. Because was are talking about one of our least favorite episodes of Star Trek: Enterprise - "Extinction". BUT there is more! We balance off this bitter episode with the sweet discussion of Jason Yungbluth's newset comic b…
 
Episode 263: Alita: Battle Angel This week David, Aaron and Holly visit the 26th Century with Guy Davis, who sheds light on the history of the tale of a little cyborg girl who is actually a very powerful warrior from Mars, she just doesn’t know it yet... All four of your hosts this week have different levels of exposure to the world of Alita: Battl…
 
Picard Season 1, Part II. Ancient utopias? Lovecraftian monsters? A quixotic quest, where the windmills may be giants after all? The second half of Picard’s first season continues to draw on a rich well of inspiration. In this episode of Primitive Culture, host Duncan Barrett is once again joined by Tony Black to continue their discussion of the hi…
 
Episode 262: The Sound of Her Voice This week, listen to Aaron, David, and Holly from last week talk about a Deep Space Nine’s 149th episode where Sisco, O’Brian, and Bashir talk to a woman from three years past… And no, we do not divulge our innermost thoughts to strangers in this episode. “The Sound of Her Voice” Season 6 episode 25 of Deep Space…
 
Picard Season 1, Part I. With a Pulitzer Prize-winning author at the helm, it’s perhaps no surprise that the first season of Star Trek: Picard should be one of the richest in Star Trek history, at least in terms of literary, cultural, and historical allusions. From Miguel de Cervantes’s classic novel Don Quixote to the Dunkirk evacuation of World W…
 
Episode 261: Picard Post Mortem with Lloyd Evans Lloyd Evans returns as our guest! This week David, Aaron and Llyod do our post mortem of Star Trek: Picard Season 1. The return of Sir Patrick Stewart as Jean-Luc Picard has been greatly anticipated. Did this season do justice to one of Star Trek's most beloved character? We have mixed feelings on th…
 
DS9 Documentary: Season 8 Premiere. As the camera pulled back from Deep Space 9, and we watched Kira and Jake stare out at the wormhole, what we left behind were many unanswered questions. When Ira Steven Behr and the writers of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine gathered for the documentary, they put together a rough outline for the premiere episode of a …
 
Episode 260: The Gamesters of Triskelion Aaaah, back to some classic Trek! This episode Dave and Aaron look back at the classic (but silly) Original Series "The Gamesters of Triskelion". Over the years this episode has had a lot of cultural references and it has generated some internet memes. But is it a good episode? You can bet 1000 quatloos that…
 
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