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Enjoy a multitude of podcasts from A Play On Nerds, with Sci-Fi and Fantasy TV show and film reviews, Nerdy News, and general geeky chatter about anything from video games and science, to Star Trek and Muppets. Find even more at APlayOnNerds.com, with blogs, videos and live video game streaming. Stay nerdy my friends!
 
Space is dark. Let's face it. It's not all "let's be friends with our alien brethren" in our vision of the Star Trek Universe. Here the United Federation of Planets has a dark underbelly and the daring crew of the Nosferatu boldly goes where Starfleet fears to tread. These are desperate times. We are the desperate measure. DarkerProjects.com - Audio Theater in a Darker Shade
 
This collection from Darker Projects brings the Star Trek series back to life with a fictional account of our universe on the brink of war. With stakes running high a splinter group decides to take on the most morally dubious missions and bring us the listeners along for the ride. Sometimes in war there are no good options and this series explores those darker decisions that don't have to be made in everyday life. The story is action packed and goes at light speed jumping around the universe ...
 
The All Access Star Trek podcast from TrekMovie.com covers all the new shows in the Star Trek Universe: Discovery, Picard, Lower Decks, Strange New Worlds, Prodigy, and any other new Trek on TV. Your hosts Anthony Pascale and Laurie Ulster will review new episodes, cover the latest Star Trek news, include exclusive interviews, and offer our own personal takes as we go… which aren’t always the same.
 
Sasquatch Odyssey is a place for anyone who has had an encounter with Bigfoot or any Cryptid who wants to share their story without judgement. We also have encounter stories from eye witnesses that have had UFO, Ghost, and Dogman experiences. You can get access to all the shows at www.sasquatchodyssey.net. You can visit the premium content section and become a member and get additional shows as well as the weekly blog. Please take a few seconds and rate and review the show where ever you are ...
 
Professor Elizabeth Joh teaches Intro to Constitutional Law and most of the time this is a pretty straight forward job. But with Trump in office, everything has changed. Five minutes before class Professor Joh checks Twitter to find out what the 45th President has said and how it jibes with 200 years of the judicial branch interpreting and ruling on the Constitution. Hosted by acclaimed podcaster Roman Mars (99% Invisible, co-founder Radiotopia), this show is a weekly, fun, casual Con Law 10 ...
 
Welcome to 'Us and U - Bible Time', hosted by Dapo and Abbie. We’d like to invite you along on our journey to having a clearer understanding of That Great Big Book called The Bible! We'll be working our way through a chosen book, covering a section each episode. Together, we'll read and then discuss what's happening - no filters, no questions off the table! There's so much to be learnt from those wise words inside that age-old Book, so join us! To view the vodcast version of our episodes, vi ...
 
Hi! I'm Sarah Belliston. My podcast follows the Come, Follow Me study schedule for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I keep my weekly episodes 20 minutes or less so you can keep up with your busy life. I upload each Monday and share the quotes, concepts, and most importantly the questions I've pondered that week. These sparks, as I call them, inspired me to think of things in a new way. Hopefully they'll do the same for you. If they do, I'd love to hear about them. You can ema ...
 
Welcome to the Not Your Mama podcast! I am Kelly Bryant, and I am THE prenatal & postnatal trainer who GUARANTEES results in less time per day than your partner spends on the toilet. I help new parents fix their abs, heal prolapse, stop peeing their pants, and get pain-free. Here on the Not Your Mama podcast, we are embracing the fact that your are so. much. more. than just a parent. We're here to reclaim your body AND your identity after having a kid — whether you're pregnant now or decades ...
 
Welcome to the "Seek Him Early" podcast, featuring "Daily Devotional Studies on Knowing, Loving, and Serving Our Lord Jesus Christ." Each weekly program is from the book of that same title. Your host is Dr. J. D. Watson, author of the book, pastor of Grace Bible Church in Meeker, Colorado, and director of Sola Scriptura Publications. Each Monday we will post a new program featuring a reading from the book. It is our desire for God’s people to better know, love, and serve our Lord Jesus Chris ...
 
The idea was to write a whole novel in the month of November, based on the guidelines of the National Novel Writing Month. The twist is that there are up to 30 people writing together, instead of one toiling alone. Each writer signed up to do one section of 1,700+ words, in English. Plot and particulars were agreed before the start. Each writer also recorded his/her own chapter, which can be downloaded here. The resulting novel is in the public domain. (Summary by Gesine)
 
Upton Sinclair, born in 1878 was a Pulitzer Prize-winning American author. He wrote over 90 books in many genres. Best known for his muckraking novel, The Jungle, Sinclair also wrote adventure fiction. Many of these works were written under the pseudonym, Ensign Clark Fitch, U.S.N. A Prisoner of Morrow, published in 1898 when Sinclair was but 20 years old, is one of these efforts. The period for this work is the ten-week Spanish–American War which occurred in 1898. Revolts against Spanish ru ...
 
Welcome to ChatSapphire, your podcast creation partner from the KZN Sapphire Coast. This section of coast is a popular holiday destination offering the best in lifestyle and adventure choices, including top golf courses, excellent accommodation, warm ocean conditions, swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving at the famous Aliwal Shoal and top fishing opportunities, both shore and deep sea, as well as plenty of retail and other tourism attractions. Experts cover sports like rugby, professional angl ...
 
On August 31, 1846, twenty-nine-year-old Henry David Thoreau left his cabin on Walden Pond to undertake a railroad and steamboat journey to Bangor, Maine, from where he would venture with his Penobscot guide Joe Polis deep into the backwoods of Maine. This account of his expedition, some think, is a profounder exploration of the philosophical themes of the more famous "Walden" than is the latter book, at least revealing his fundamental perspectives in embryonic form. Of particular interest i ...
 
Hey Everyone, I'm a 23 year, second-generation Firefighter working for a Department in Southern Ontario, Canada, with around 400 suppression personnel, 13 stations and 18 apparatus. I spent the first half of my career at a Technical Rescue station, six years working as a primary care medic, 3 years instructing as a Fire Training Officer, and had the honour and pleasure of co-leading our Peer Support Team for over a decade. When I first joined, we were a lot smaller and the Senior Firefighter ...
 
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This week on Episode 510 of Priority One: Star Trek Voyager could have had a much different endgame; the Section 31 spinoff series is still in the works; and Evil Picard is gunna get you in IDW’s new Mirror Universe series. In Gaming, Star Trek Online wraps its year-long Klingon Civil War saga. This week’s Community Question is: CQ: If you could ch…
 
Section 60 was given specifically for missionaries, but as always, the principles given apply to everyone in many situations. I’ll talk about just one. Section 61 is the source of a misconception that I had and probably share with many other people who grew up in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, which I’ll clear up today. And I’ll e…
 
Tony and Laurie start analyzing the latest news including Kate Mulgrew revealing setup for Star Trek: Prodigy, writers wrapping work on season 4 of Star Trek: Discovery, and Tig Notaro talking about being back on set as Jett Reno. We also have some merchandise updates on Star Trek books, comics, games, and home video. We then discuss science adviso…
 
Mike does an impromptu solo episode sharing his own perspective on the 5-year anniversary of Pulse Nightclub shooting, and why we must still have Pride Month. As part of this episode, we are sharing the audio from an IG video from Blair Imani and Brandon Wolf. Brandon is one of the survivors of the Pulse Nightclub shooting and an activist; he start…
 
Our celebration of Pride Month continues, with an in-person recording of the podcast! This week, we discuss: which Star Trek character did we relate to most before coming out, versus after? The answers may be slightly surprising! We then make an awkward segue to discuss this week's underappreciated episode, Schisms! Johnson found this to be a creep…
 
Tony and Laurie start with the news about the new tier for Paramount+ and the movies coming on the streaming service, then dive into the latest on Star Trek: Strange New Worlds & Prodigy distribution in Canada, Lower Decks’ production status, the tweet that revealed a TNG vet is writing for Star Trek: Picard, and details on the new documentary 1982…
 
Tony and Laurie start with the news about the new tier for Paramount+ and the movies coming on the streaming service, then dive into the latest on Star Trek: Strange New Worlds & Prodigy distribution in Canada, Lower Decks’ production status, the tweet that revealed a TNG vet is writing for Star Trek: Picard, and details on the new documentary 1982…
 
My guest tonight is the only and only Kathy Strain. Kathy is an author, a forest archeologist and Tribal Relations Program Manager for the Stanislaus National Forest in central California. She is here to share her personal encounters at area X, as well as discussing the Native American culture as it relates to Bigfoot. We also talk about some of th…
 
This week self professed Marxist on the internet, Jack and Dan, do that rarest of things, they read some actual Marx! As an appendix to their continuing engagement with the very excellent text ‘The Fundamental Principles of Communist Production and Distribution’, the lads took a look at Karl Marx’s withering and often times pedantic commentary on t…
 
WE ARE BACK. Haley and Sara coming at ya with an epic review of the triumphant story telling seen in the TNG Episode THE NEXT PHASE... not this phase, the next phase. Geordi and Ro are dead, or not dead, or invisible? or X-Men? Who knows! Gotta watch and listen to find out more. Plus there are bad jokes and our usual ramblings. Check it out, or don…
 
This week, Dan and Bill return to take their first-ever look at an episode from Star Trek: Picard--and what better episode to do that with than the fan-favorite, "Nepenthe!" The seventh episode of Picard's first season, Jean-Luc Picard and Soji seek shelter from Will Riker and Deanna Troi, while Hugh assists Elnor on the Artifact and Agnes Jurati l…
 
In this week's episode, we welcome Kyle Hadyniak, Assistant Editor at TrekNews.net to the show to talk about his collection. Kyle is a big time gamer, so a lot of his collection is based around console and pc games. Kyle also does some very specific collecting of Eaglemoss items, but interestingly enough, it’s not the ships that he collects. We als…
 
This week in the Come, Follow Me program for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, we are discussing sections 64-66. Section 64 is a revelation to the elders who were still dealing with the fallout from the contentious journey on the waters from last week. Section 65 is called a revelation on prayer, though I did find a quote from Joseph…
 
Roughly 30 percent of birthing people in the US have a c-section or belly birth. Today’s episode isn’t about judging any circumstances or choices that led to that birthing style but to recognize that even though it is a different birth experience, a c-section can still have plenty of implications for your core and pelvic floor. In this episode, I d…
 
This week on Episode 511 of Priority One: John de Lancie continues to drop some Picard Season 2 hints. In Gaming, we continue our review of the missions that brought the Klingon Civil War to an end in Star Trek Online. We also introduce a new contributor to the show: Dr. Michael J. Chan, with his analysis of “Chain of Command.” This week’s Communit…
 
It's Pride Month! To celebrate, we're going to be chatting each week about how Star Trek affected us as members of the LGBTQIA+ community. This week, we do a bit of an intro, and talk about how Star Trek made us feel about being gay; we then move onto this week's underappreciated TNG episode, Ensign Ro. We meet the Bajora (we'll add an "n" on the e…
 
Tony and Laurie have a lot to catch up on after a week off: They check in to see what new secrets John de Lancie’s been spilling on Cameo, Rebecca Romijn’s latest report from the Star Trek: Strange New Worlds set, and Mike McMahan and Jack Quaid’s musings on Lower Decks. They cover Denes House’s review of Una McCormack’s book Wonderlands about Mich…
 
Tony and Laurie have a lot to catch up on after a week off: They check in to see what new secrets John de Lancie’s been spilling on Cameo, Rebecca Romijn’s latest report from the Star Trek: Strange New Worlds set, and Mike McMahan and Jack Quaid’s musings on Lower Decks. They cover Denes House’s review of Una McCormack’s book Wonderlands about Mich…
 
My guest tonight is John from California and boy does he have some amazing encounters to share with us tonight. A few years back John found himself in a tough spot in his relationship and made his way into the mountains of California to escape. What he found there was straight out of science fiction, but quickly became his reality during a five wee…
 
Yeah yeah this one SOUNDS boring but what if I told you we'll be covering...labor time calculation???Alright that may also sound boring but if we want to be calling ourselves commies and running around calling for an end to capitalism we've got to have an idea of HOW our new world will function. And gosh darn it that is exactly what these people di…
 
Yes really, the Shuttle Pod Crew discusses chairs. What started as a goofy idea developed into a serious topic of discussion. From the all important captain’s chair to the lowly standard office chair. Having a place to sit is important, it shows that you have a place at the table, or a center seat to command from, or maybe it’s a funky art piece fo…
 
This is a special preview of our new supplemental series that will be exclusively appearing on the Trek Geeks Podcast Network App entitled: "Level 3 Diagnostic." In our first episode of "Level 3 Diagnostic," we will be reviewing the recent Blu-Ray/DVD release of Star Trek: Lower Decks. Our special guest for the show is Kyle Hadyniak, the Assistant …
 
Hey guys I am excited to announce the new encounter toll free hotline for the show! This is a toll free number that rings directly to a voicemail where you van leave your encounter story to be played on the show. Simply call in, leave your name, where you are from, and tell your story. If you choose to remain annonymous you can do that as well. At …
 
I’ve got four sparks for you today. The first deals with the opening verses of 63 and the idea of a wrath-filled God, spark 2 is about fear, 3 focuses on the promises God has made to us, and 4 concerns keeping our minds clean. Links Doctrine and Covenants Student Manual https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/manual/doctrine-and-covenants-student…
 
We all want to find the quick and easy way to really perfect our diet so that we can eat “healthy” and “well.” Step 1 is - SURPRISE - there is no quick and easy way to get a perfect diet. Step 2 is to realize that there is no such thing as a perfect diet. In this episode we’re talking about how to work on your relationship with food, and how you mi…
 
Discovering Trek listeners, welcome to our humble shop and to episode 9 of Discovering Trek: Enterprise! This episode, Co-Hosts Sara and Kasey discuss a first contact trip to the home of the Akaali. With a cloak here and a universal translator there, the crew do their best to blend in, break in and lean in. Archer and Tucker make super unconvincing…
 
This episode originally released on From the Head of the Bed in February of 2017. Denham Ward, MD, PhD joined me to talk about expertise in anesthesia. At the time of this recording, Dr Ward was the director of the Academy at Maine Medical Center Institute for Teaching Excellence and professor of anesthesiology at Tufts University School of Medicin…
 
In this episode Dr Cynthia Farina and I talk about the mid-to-late phase of your career as a CRNA. Every stage of your career has unique challenges & opportunities. There’s so much attention focused on getting into CRNA school, the SRNA/resident/training phase and becoming a new CRNA… this conversation is for the part of your career farther down th…
 
We're now in Season 4, where we've picked "The Drumhead" as one of the underappreciated episodes of The Next Generation. Despite a Boimler callout in Lower Decks, Johnson definitely thinks that this episode fits the category of being underappreciated, while Mike is less sure. That being said, we both have a great time talking about this character d…
 
My guest tonight is the one and only "Squatch Detective" Steve Kulls. Listen as we talk about his personal bigfoot encounters, his years as an investigator, and one of my personal favorites busting hoaxers! See more about Steve below, and check out the link to his website for more on Steve and his current projects. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the sh…
 
This week the fellas interview.....a former member of parliament?? Boy how'd they con their way into that one.You read that right folks, this week we sat down to talk to Thelma Walker, a one time UK Member of Parliament who, after Corbyn had his so-called "whip" removed, had the guts to do what some of us couldn't...leave the Labour Party. But Thel…
 
In our fourth supplemental episode of our series: "The Collector's Corner," we speak to Charmaine Tam, the Director of Marketing from EXO-6. They have burst onto the scene with the most realistic-looking, museum grade 1/6 scale Star Trek Figurines on the market. Charmaine talks about Nanjin, the company's founder and his passion for Star Trek, coll…
 
Join me as I travel to Stratford-upon-Avon, home of William Shakespeare. I'll be delving into the Bard's life and works while seeing what the town has to offer the solo tourist. Along the way we'll meet an ethical PR man, the world's worst omlette and three very mysterious statues...Image: PixbaySound effects: Zapsplat'The Medieval Banquet' by Silv…
 
Too often fitness recommendations come with the what to do, but don’t include why you’re doing it. Today I’m nerding out a little bit about strength training, discussing why it’s good for you, and more. In this episode I talk about: What delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) is and why its a sign of progress Why it’s important to gradually change th…
 
Katrina became a wildland firefighter in 2012 and in her rookie year her hand crew in Northern California racked up more than 800 hours of overtime, including 47 straight paid days in four and a half months.That summer was an incredible time for her. She saw so much fire and was getting stronger every day and knew that she had found a job she wante…
 
I caught back up with Eric Carlson, CRNA to discuss his recent retirement and advice he has for anesthesia providers still in the thick of it. Eric was interviewed by Kristin Lowrance, MSN, CRNA way back in 2015 for our podcast “From the Head of the Bed.” We just re-released that podcast as #28 – Can’t Intubate, Can’t Oxygenate (CICO) during stat C…
 
This week on Episode 509 of Priority One: Kate Mulgrew reveals how the Janeway Hologram is introduced in Star Trek: Prodigy; Rod Roddenberry begins celebrating his father’s centennial with a new social media campaign; and Star Trek Online introduces tech from the 32nd century in its latest Lock Box. This week’s Community Questions are: CQ: Got kids…
 
Next up in our series highlighting Underappreciated TNG episodes is "Tin Man," where we meet Tam "I'm not really a fan of people" Elbrum, whom Johnson relates to on some levels. We then move onto some off topic, where we talk extensively about Andy Weir's new novel "Project Hail Mary," along with all the other random shows and movies we're watching…
 
Tony and Laurie start analyzing the latest news including Kate Mulgrew revealing setup for Star Trek: Prodigy, writers wrapping work on season 4 of Star Trek: Discovery, and Tig Notaro talking about being back on set as Jett Reno. We also have some merchandise updates on Star Trek books, comics, games, and home video. We then discuss science adviso…
 
My guest tonight is John from Pennsylvania. John is a Bigfoot and paranormal investigator with 50 years of experience in the field. He has investigated hundreds of Bigfoot sightings, as well as some of involving UFO'S. John has had his own personal encounters with Bigfoot, which he shares with us in this episode. You can get access to all the shows…
 
In our newest installment of the beloved "everyone is an idiot except me" reading series, we bring you a rushed and perhaps cursory analysis of the CLASSIC Hal Draper joint "The Two Souls of Socialism."Are anarchists as bad as Hitler? Are the Fabians just Stalinists? Is William Morris our F R E A K I N G king?? Some of them sure, yes and hell yes a…
 
This week, Bill & Dan spend a lot of time wishing and hoping! They've come up with their ultimate wish lists of actors they'd love to see in Star Trek someday as well as some characters they might play. We think some of the picks might surprise you! Of course, there are rules: 6-10 actors, none of whom can be Lance Reddick Actors must be living at …
 
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