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Best Eric Molinsky podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Eric Molinsky podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Imaginary Worlds is a bi-weekly podcast about science fiction and other fantasy genres. Host Eric Molinsky talks with novelists, screenwriters, comic book artists, filmmakers, and game designers about their craft of creating fictional worlds. The show also looks at the fan experience, exploring what makes us suspend our disbelief, and what happens when that spell is broken. Fantasy worlds may be set in distant planets or parallel dimensions, but they are crafted here on Earth and on some lev ...
 
The podcast where good company gather to talk Doctor Who and a company of other beloved British TV shows
 
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When it comes to tarot cards, there is an artistry to designing a world of emperors, fools, priestesses, hermits and other iconic figures. But few people know about Pamela Colman Smith, the woman who illustrated the best selling deck of all time. Professor Elizabeth Foley O’Connor and author Susan Wands explain why Pamela Colman Smith was uniquely …
 
Patrick Stewart is reprising his role as Jean-Luc Picard in the new TV series “Picard,” where the writers have promised a very different storyline on his arch nemesis The Borg. In our final installment on villains, we discuss why The Borg are a unique existential threat to the Star Trek ethos with the help of three academics who combine science fic…
 
As we end out the year, the decade, and our third season, we are joined by fellow podcaster, Keir Hansen of Gallifrey Public Radio! Keir drops in to discuss Doctor Who, podcasting, running, and a fantastic non-profit organization called Fanthropy (found at fanthropy.org). Then Keir uses a magic key and takes us into another dimension in the form of…
 
It will never be a holiday classic – far, far from it. But can we redeem the greatest villain in the Star Wars universe, the 1978 made-for-TV Star Wars Holiday Special?By Eric Molinsky
 
Before our regular December episode drops this New Year's Eve, enjoy this surprise special episode featuring returning guest and very recently converted Doctor Who fan, Eric Molinsky, host of the Imaginary Worlds podcast! Two years ago, Eric was just at the end of Series 10, so we catch up with his thoughts on Series 11 and the brand new Series 12 …
 
They took over the world. They crushed our heroes. Now they feel bad. What does it take for a villain to be redeemed -- and what does it take for us to forgive them?By Eric Molinsky
 
You read that right. The one and only Louise Jameson joins us this month for a very special Who & Company! Drew caught up with her at the recent An Unearthly Convention in New York for a lengthy chat about her extensive career, her upcoming projects, and yes, even a brief Pick of the Month mention, Modern Family. In addition, we discuss the success…
 
Taking over the world is so passé. The most popular villains want to save the world –- at a cost. What does the rise of the woke villain say about our frustrations with the real world?By Eric Molinsky
 
Ron Moore's new show For All Mankind imagines what if the Soviet Union landed a man on the moon first -- and what if that nightmare scenario forced NASA to be more inclusive than it was in real history?By Eric Molinsky
 
Me me me me....Tune up your singing voices this month as we welcome writer, gamer, and comedienne Riley Silverman! She's here to discuss her recent trip to Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, how she discovered Doctor Who, and how her version of the Doctor is unique in the Game of Rassilon podcast. Then Riley takes us back to those musical days of yore when …
 
Think of an alien abduction. Humanoid creatures. Medical experiments. Missing time. Hypnosis. But years before The X-Files, that narrative was largely unknown until Betty and Barney Hill went public about their alien abduction.By Eric Molinsky
 
In Jason Suran’s show The Other Side, he keeps reminding the audience that he cannot talk to the dead. Then why does he do such a good job of convincing us that he can?By Eric Molinsky
 
In 1954, director Ishiro Honda and composer Akira Ifukube disagreed about what Godzilla represented, but their collaboration added layers of depth that helped turn a monster into an icon.By Eric Molinsky
 
Joining us this month is a powerhouse in the world of Big Finish. She's a writer, actor, singer, dancer, producer, director, and all-around fantastic person - Helen Goldwyn! Helen takes time out to talk to us about her very busy career on stage and at Big Finish, when she first discovered Doctor Who, and the life-changing experience that led her to…
 
Neon Genesis Evangelion ran only one year in Japan but more than 20 years later, the series and its subsequent movies are still creating ripple effects across global pop culture.By Eric Molinsky
 
Disney’s “live action” remakes of their classic films are a box office bonanza. But will they spark nostalgia not only for the originals, but for the lost art of hand drawn feature animation in Hollywood?By Eric Molinsky
 
Joining us this month is fellow Doctor Who podcaster and host of the fantastic show, "Doctor Who: The Moment", Mr. Tom Dickinson! Tom stops by to discuss his podcast with a very unique concept and when he first discovered Doctor Who. Then we travel to Stars Hollow, Connecticut to visit Tom's Pick of the Month, Gilmore Girls! Find out how an injury …
 
After listening to this episode, you'll never watch movie trailers the same way again.By Eric Molinsky
 
Mexican wrestling (aka Lucha Libre) has a lot in common with the superhero genre. But trying to be a superhero has its own set of challenges in real life.By Eric Molinsky
 
This month's guest has been entertaining Doctor Who fans for almost 15 years as Cybermen, Ood, Judoon, various security guards, and....well, you name it. Actor Jon Davey joins us to tell us what it's like to be a monster man, his love of photography, shooting a video for Radiohead, and some behind the scenes stories of Doctor Who! Then Jon brings a…
 
Legendary audio drama producer Dirk Maggs reveals tricks of the trade he used to bring The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Alien, The X-Files and other stories to life.By Eric Molinsky
 
The Undertaker has dominated the WWE for decades -- but he’s also a throwback to a different era of wrestling when a supernatural character could reign supreme. So what is the secret to The Deadman's appeal?By Eric Molinsky
 
Believe it or not, we're walking on air this month with a voice Doctor Who podcast listeners haven't heard in a while. This month's guest is former Hoo on Who host, David Hooie! David stopped by to discuss what he's been up to since leaving the airwaves and of course his love of Doctor Who. Then we go back to the early 80s and revisit that superher…
 
The sci-fi fantasy market is a hot commodity, but it’s also drawn in swindlers with the skills to create fake props and believable backstories about who made them – robbing the fans financially and emotionally.By Eric Molinsky
 
Burlesque and geek culture have merged to create a new art form.By Eric Molinsky
 
Instead of reading Mary Shelley’s 900-page fifth novel, Lodore, save yourself some time and listen to our episode on it! We’ll provide you with the highlights, including a glimpse into the 38-year-old widow’s possibly queer relationships with other women. Sources: Mary Shelley, Lodore. http://www.gutenberg.net.au/ebooks06/0606381h.html Graham Allen…
 
This month, our very special guest is the director of such projects as Jekyll, Line of Duty, The Flying Scotsman, Sherlock, and of course, Doctor Who. Douglas Mackinnon joins us this month to discuss his brand new Amazon Prime series, Good Omens, starring David Tennant and a jaw-dropping cast of well-known actors. We talk about his influences, his …
 
Harley Quinn began as a sidekick to a villain, and found her way to the heart of the DC canon and fandoms around the world. But to do so, she needed to dump a very toxic boyfriend.By Eric Molinsky
 
There wasn’t anything authentic about Tonto and Kato, but that didn’t matter to the audiences who enjoyed their team-ups with The Lone Ranger and The Green Hornet. But embodying those sidekicks was a lot more challenging for the actors Jay Silverheels and Bruce Lee, who struggled to find humanity within the stereotypes, and respect behind the scene…
 
On the year of his death, we look at the life and work of one of the founders of British Romanticism, Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Sources: Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Biographia Literaria: https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/6081 Samuel Taylor Coleridge, The Complete Poetical Works: https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/29090 Thomas DeQuincey, Confessions of an …
 
In part one of our mini-series on sidekicks, we look at the enduring appeal of character that has gone through world wars, massive technological and social changes and the alleged death of his partner -- but Doctor Watson is forever loyal to Sherlock Holmes.By Eric Molinsky
 
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