There's a biodiesel boom happening! It's fueled by incentives and policies intended to cut greenhouse emissions, and is motivating some oil companies like World Energy in Paramount, California to convert their refineries to process soybean oil instead of crude. NPR's food and agriculture correspondent Dan Charles explains why farmers are happy, bakers are frustrated and people who want to preserve the world's natural forests are worried. Email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scott (@SHOTOFYAGER) and Lindsay (@LindsayTheOtter) break down Episode 4 of Survivor 41, the big blindside, whether the merge is coming, if there are too many idols, who is getting a "winner's edit" and even go over some rules of the game that are not often discussed.www.Patreon.com/ChallengeManiawww.ChallengeMania.Livewww.ChallengeMania.Shop
When Star Trek: The Next Generation premiered in 1987, it did so in unknown territory. How would audience numbers pan out for a major science-fiction show in first-run syndication? Former Paramount executive John Wentworth returns to The Trek Files to demystify the numbers surrounding TNG's debut and how the show warped past expectation. See the documents: facebook.com/thetrekfiles Visit Larry Nemecek - Trekland
One of the best-known works of dystopian science-fiction, Ray Bradbury's "Fahrenheit 451," was first published on October 19, 1953. While Bradbury predicted things like earbuds, flat-screen TVs and ATMs, it's a relief he was so far off about censorship and anti-intellectualism. Right? Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written by Ryan Myers Hosted by Jessica Lynn Verdi Music by Devin Curry
John and Ashley and our many callers celebrate the end of the second year of the Cerritos' mission on Star Trek: Lower Decks! Be sure to join us live! We're on the Mission Log Facebook page every Monday at 7pm Pacific/10pm Eastern
The crew looks back on the recently concluded second season of Star Trek: Lower Decks, spending a few minutes discussing our thoughts on each episode and how the Lower Deckers have grown. We share our favorite (and least favorite) moments, a couple of hot takes, and our hopes for season three. HOSTS Kennedy Andi Sue EDITOR Andi Send us your feedback! Email: email@example.com Twitter/Instagram: @womenatwarp Facebook: http://facebook.com/womenatwarp Support the Show on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/womenatwarp Visit our TeePublic Store: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/womenatwarp For more Roddenberry Podcasts, visit http://podcasts.roddenberry.com And don't forget to subscribe to the Roddenberry Podcasts Master Feed, wherever you get your podcasts.
New Zealand may be commonly associated with Middle Earth, but it wasn't the site of a sci-fi feature film until the October 18, 1985 of Geoff Murphy's "The Quiet Earth". Paul Knauer of Half Measures Podcast explores the history of a unique Kiwi genre classic. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written and hosted by Paul Knauer Music by Devin Currry
Hosts Cam Smith and Tyler Orton celebrate Captain Freeman Day by delving into the second season finale of Lower Decks, First First Contact. From the shocking cliffhanger, to Cetacean Ops and the return of Sonya Gomez, the duo cover all the major talking points. Plus, the hosts discuss Prodigy and Discovery news coming out of New York Comic Con and ponder William Shatner's journey to space.Right-click to download.Read more »
Melinda Collins & Gina Voge are BACK! Melinda was just announced as appearing on Season II of The Challenge: All Stars, so to celebrate, here is a favorite Blonde Moments episode!As always, these podcasts can get a bit mature..so proceed with caution. Not for kids.
On today's Star Trek news roundup: William Shatner reacts emotionally to his trip to space; Robert Beltran confirms his role in Star Trek: Prodigy; and Anson Mount announces a wrap on Strange New Worlds. Plus Star Trek Online launches a new Halloween event, and we talked to Ian Spelling about Star Trek: A Celebration.
This week, Nathan, Peter, Richard and Simon rise up against their more viscous oppressors, launching blistering attacks on their shot composition, plot conveniences and crimes against good taste. Because, in a very real sense, we are all The Almost People. Notes and links Once again, Richard refers to Walter Benjamin's 1935 essay The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction, which we linked to last week. He also mentions a response to Benjamin by American philosopher Susan Buck-Morss, a book called The Dialectics of Seeing (1989). Picks of the week Simon Simon recommends Moon (2009), a science fiction film starring Sam Rockwell. No spoilers. Peter Peter has been watching The Good Fight, a TV series in which the reliably fabulous Christine Baranski plays a lawyer working at an African-American-owned law firm in Chicago. You can watch it on Paramount+. Its sixth season starts next year. Richard Last episode, Richard mentioned Kozintsev's film version of Hamlet (1964), and so that's his pick of the week. You can watch it on YouTube. Nathan Nathan comes out as a fan of Kurtzman's Star Trek in general, and of Star Trek: Lower Decks in particular. The Series 2 finale screened just a couple of days ago in the US. Follow us Nathan is on Twitter as @nathanbottomley, and Richard is @RichardLStone. The Flight Through Entirety theme was arranged by Cameron Lam. You can follow the podcast on Twitter at @FTEpodcast. We're also on Facebook, and you can check out our website at flightthroughentirety.com. Please consider rating or reviewing us on Apple Podcasts, or we'll ruin your plans for a violent revolution out of sheer indifference. And more You can find Jodie into Terror, our flashcast on the Whittaker Era of Doctor Who, at jodieintoterror.com, at @JodieIntoTerror on Twitter, on Apple Podcasts, and wherever podcasts can be found. We'll be back to cover Series 13 at the very start of November. Our James Bond commentary podcast is called Bondfinger, and you can find that at bondfinger.com, at @bondfingercast on Twitter, on Apple Podcasts, and everywhere else as well. Today we released Episode 5 of Maximum Power, a new Blakes 7 podcast featuring some of our regulars and guests and some of the regulars from the Trap One podcast. We'll be continuing to cover Series A of Blakes 7 every week over the next few months.
This week on Episode 527 of Priority One: William Shatner returns to earth, NYCC returns and includes some amazing Star Trek announcements, Los Angeles has a new Star Trek destination, and things get spooky in Star Trek Online– Plus our review of the season 2 finale of Lower Decks! TREK IT OUT Edited by Jake Morgan and Thomas Reynolds Shatner Slips The Surly Bonds Of Earth By Elio Lleo Space. The Final Frontier. And our first captain, James T. Kirk went on an incredible journey. Well, it was William Shatner who did the journey. On Wednesday, October 13th, the 90 year old broke records by joining Blue Origin for their second human space trip! At 10:30AM ET, all systems were a go and the Blue Origin rocket took off. Thankfully, the entire adventure went off without a hitch and upon exiting the pod, Shatner was visibly moved by the entire experience. Photo Via TVLine.com After-Action Report: NYCC 2021 Star Trek: Discovery New York Comic Con returned to in-person events this year with phenomenal panels, incredible cosplay, and–of course–sneak peeks into the future of Star Trek. Our focus this episode is on the Star Trek: Discovery and Prodigy panels that took place over this last weekend. First, Star Trek: Discovery and its upcoming fourth season: this was a riveting panel with a surprising in-depth, yet spoiler-free, look into what we can expect from our intrepid characters. When asked about the general “theme” of this next season, Wilson Cruz had this to say: “I feel like the stakes that we were living in reads in that trailer...the stakes in the story were really high, but the stakes in which we were making and telling the story were also high. And the theme of the entire season is about uncertainty, and about how we come together to deal with it and walk through uncertainty, to lean on each other as we find a way through it. And we were doing that in life as well, so I'm excited for you to see it.” Showrunner Michelle Paradise followed up by explaining that in this season, “The Federation isn't quite back together again….it's continuing in Season 4.” For our first non-binary and trans characters, much was left wanting in Season 3. So, will Grey finally be seen? Wilson Cruz had this to say, “we find a way to make sure Grey is seen as promised, and we get to see just how vital he becomes to the story and our mission. And I'm just excited about the fact that we have–finally–an official trans character on the show, in Star Trek, in the universe. And he does an amazing job.” Now, things got a little spicy in the auditorium when Sonequa Martin-Green and David Ajala were asked if we'd ever learn about what happened between their characters during that fateful year. Here's what they had to say: DA: “I think it was just...a period of time where they were in the right place at the right time, to help each other, and to bring out the best in each other." SMG: "Mmmhmm." DA: "And it was...y'all need to behave yourselves. And...I think there was a lot of growth." [Someone saying what we're all thinking–Ed.]: "How much growth was there? And what was Grudge doing when all this 'growing' was happening?" DA: "Grudge was minding their own business. The timing was perfect for Michael Burnham to[...]rejoin Starfleet, but to really find her own identity independent [of] Starfleet. And it was also good for Cleveland Booker to be part of a 'family.' Again, these two people met each other at the right place at the right time, and I think Cleveland Booker is a better man for it. And Grudge too–and Grudge says 'wassup,' by the way." Speaking of characters, if you've already watched the trailer–and you should have by now!– you can probably assume this is going to be a high-octane, high-stakes kind of season. How will Tilly be affected? Mary Wiseman had this to say,"that in combination with all the events of the third season similar to the way this pandemic experience, really kind of forced her to reinvestigate herself and her motivations. It kind of spirals her off into this personal journey, actually, which was very fun to play with.” Sonequa Martin-Green followed with,“I think a lot of us on the ship...I don't think any of us were expecting to have a threat this big soon after jumping to this future. Because that was huge. and then I know for Burnham, it's a lot, it's like 'man, here we are again with a threat of great, of great magnitude." And so of course, these people in this story, being the honorable people they are, their true character comes out at that moment of greatest pressure. It's beautiful stuff that comes out, as hard as it may be.” But, filming Season 4 during a pandemic was no small feat. When asked about how COVID impacted production, Michelle Paradise had this to say: “Discovery was actually one of the first producitons to go back. WE started back in November, and we were certainly the first show of this size to do it. There aren't enough words to talk about the tremendous, tremendous effort that our entire crew, our entire cast did to make the show this season. I cannot overstate how challenging it was, every step of the way, making sure we could make a show like this while keeping people safe. That being our focus, and then also making a show...it was tremendously challenging, and everyone came together, and worked together, and collaborated, and it was really beautiful to see and very difficult at the same time. The fact that we have this, that we can show you guys, it's really amazing. Our team is just incredible.” Star Trek: Discovery Season 4 premiers November 18th. Photo Via Heavy.com Star Trek: Prodigy Now, moving on to Star Trek Prodigy. Attendees of the panel were given an exclusive early screening of the first episode and an extended clip of HoloJaneway's introduction to the crew is already online. But moderator Dawn Lewis–who plays Captain Freeman on Lower Decks–opened the panel with an important question: how will Prodigy stay true to the franchise? To which the Brothers Hageman replied, “they start way out in the Delta Quadrant...that was our way in: we wanted a bunch of new characters who knew nothing about Star Trek, just like our young audience. And then slowly (as you saw at the end of the pilot) they meet hologram Janeway, and then with every episode we get closer and closer into the Trekverse. We get to have so much fun taking our time, and introducing everything we love about Star Trek. For me, growing up, Trek was just so aspirational and I feel that, for kids today, not only they need that, I need that.” Now, what about the style of Prodigy? Why CGI animation? Well, Producer Ben Hibon explained, “we wanted the show to have great scope and this feeling of adventure to be immense and fantastical. But at the same time the characters and their stories are very intimate. So we wanted the freedom to shoot these characters as we would cinematic as possible–to be as engaging with all of us as possible, as we go on this adventure with them.” Not only did fans get a sneak peek but, we were also surprised to learn of new characters and actors being welcomed into the production. Daveed Diggs will voice Commander Tysess, an Andorian (Diggs is a Grammy and Tony-award winning member of the original Broadway cast of Hamilton). Jameela Jamil will voice Ensign Asencia, a Trill (Jamil is best known for her role in The Good Place), and Jason Alexander will voice Doctor Noum, a Tellarite (of course, we know George Costanza on Seinfeld, and Kurros in the VOY episode “Think Tank,”). And the big reveal…well, we'll let the Hageman Brothers tell you,"oh wait, there's one other person. There's one small person named 'Captain Chakotay' [CAPTAIN?–Ed.] by Robert Beltran is coming on our show.” So will we see the Protostar traverse the Alpha and Beta Quadrants, as well as spending time in the Delta? Only time will tell–the series will premiere on October 28. Photo Via StarTrek.com I
Aliza Pearl (@alizapearl on Twitter & IG) is an actor, writer, cosplayer and gamer and she joins the cultural bridge crew to talk about one of the gems of the second season of Star Trek: The Next Generation. John DeLancie returns as Q, but now with Guinan aboard we have a whole lot more context for his imp-ery. Whoopi Goldberg serves exposition as expertly as Guinan serves Romulan Ale, and she's the first to utter the name of the most terrifying villains in sci-fi - the Borg. The Borg visit the Enterprise and get blasted by Worf, and Riker visits the Borg cube to meet some very cute babies. In the end it's all about Picard and Q dancing on the stage, but Aliza has some great ideas on how to expand the storyline of Guinan and Q that I certainly hope gets transported to Paramount+ soon. Greg hosts this episode, Jimmie loves these bad guys, Kate digs how Q both lounges and chews on the scenery, Erik waxes poetic on stunt men, and Aliza is a joyful font of insight. We can't wait for her to return! (Kinda like the Borg...) We'd love to receive more feedback or questions we can read aloud and answer on episodes in the future so feel free to email letsReengage@gmail.com or message us on Twitter @ReEngageTNG! Host: Greg Tito (@gregtito on Twitter, @greg_tito on IG) Panel: Erik Gratton (@erikfallsdown on Twitter & IG), Jimmie G (@thejimmieg on IG & Twitter), Kate Jaeger (@jaegerlicious on Twitter and IG), and special guest Aliza Pearl (@alizapearl on Twitter & IG)! Audio Editor: Greg Tito (@gregtito on Twitter, @greg_tito on IG) Logo artwork: @mojojojo_97 on Twitter, mojo97.com Theme music: Ryan Marth Next up is "Samaritan Snare" s2e17 hosted by Jimmie G!
So everyone is telling you that video is where it's at today, when it comes to building your brand.Use video for all your content!Use video in your emails!Use video on your website!But is anyone telling us what we should be doing, or more importantly, what we should be saying, in all these videos?Enter stage left, EMMY WU, a former behind-the-camera guru for the likes of Paramount and Disney, who joined me for episode 62 of Marketing and Sales, Over Cocktails, and breaks down for all of us, the how and what and why behind all the videos you make, to take your brand to the next level.After spending two decades for those big names, Paramount and Disney, Emmy has always been a storyteller. She spent most of her career coordinating things behind the camera and served as a medium between cast and crew. Eventually, she realized that her talents were better served in front of the camera, and she started her own business helping clients discover their own unique way of promoting their business and brand through video. Her company has two branches: one is an agency side that produces branded content and serves as a media outlet, and the other is teaching business owners how to grow with storytelling through video. A huge part of her work is helping her clients get over their fears of being on camera, and that taking small steps with the bigger vision in mind will lead you to success.Another unique aspect of her distillation of a client's goals, is understanding that each person has their own unique way of expressing themselves. Through her customized distillation process, she discovers a client's personalized storytelling archetype. From there, she helps them put together a plan that they feel good about and makes them want to show up more. Her clients are able to then tell their story in a beautiful, artful way that's also clear and effective in terms of a sales strategy. So pop in your ear buds and get ready for a truly unique and wonderful listen as Emmy will take you by the hand and help you understand that being in front, and behind, the camera, is where you need to be to grow your business. What's Inside:● How you can use video to show up authentically and promote your business.● The four archetypes of story and how they impact the way you present yourself on video.● Why doing deep work to get to your core message is important before creating content. ● What kind of stories you should be telling to promote your brand.Mentioned in this Episode:MarketingandSalespodcast.comEmmy Wu on InstagramEmmy Wu on LinkedInEmmywu.com
Marvel's What If.. was better than it needed to be, or than we were expecting! Jesy of Little Mix is riding solo, sampling P. Diddy, making tracks with Nicki Minaj and... Blackfishing?! On the heels of having it pointed out by his therapist that perfectionism is a characteristic of white supremacy, James walks us through how it is, and other characteristics of white supremacy you need to cut out of your life! And then MacKenzie Green delivers on what she's promised for months, your deep dive into Stoicism, what it is, how to apply it, and some dope Black stoics to add into your life! Guest Co-Host: MacKenzie Green (she/her)- Vice President of Social Media for Who What Wear/Clique Brands. She previously served as a social media director at BET+, and worked for Betches, Telemundo, Paramount, and NBCUNIVERSAL. She is a graduate of Columbia Business School and the University of Miami. Holds two SunCoast Emmys, served as the former vice chair of the National Council of Negro Women , a proud member of Kappa Kappa Gamma and The Links Inc, and held the title of Miss DC USA in 2010. TW: @MacKenzieAGreen, IG: @missusatombaREFERENCE LINKS: Jesy from Little Mix Black FishingCharacteristics of white supremacy How Perfectionism is a tool of white supremacy Minority Korner on YouTube: https://bit.ly/2JsXEuuCONTACT USTwitter: @minoritykornerEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgIG: @minoritykornerHost/Producer: James Arthur M: TW: @JamesArthur_M, IG: @JamesArthur
Krazy Joe & Jacob are back with another MegaPodTastic Podcast! This week Krazy Joe has a BIG HIGH FIVE for season 2 of Ted Lasso on Apple TV+ ! And the Prediction Network discusses the new trailer for Paramount's Scream 5! We also discuss the new trailer for Disney+'s Home Sweet Home Alone And both Chucky and Day of the Dead premiere on SYFY this week! And Amazon Prime has a new TV series based on the I Know What You Did Last Summer movies Agatha Harkness is getting a new series on Disney+ ! And Red and Kitty will soon return in Netflix's That 70's Show spinoff, That 90's Show! Special thanks to our patrons The Video Game Movie Dome, William La Bruna, Shawn Fisher, Todd, Liza W. Rudolph, Jim Simon, Bill Greenan, Melissa Bartell, the Bathtub Mermaid, Joey Hockeypuck, Joey Baseball, Aubree Chadek, Tony Tuski, Chris Fiore, Rick Weaver, Lisa Soares, Pamela Parrish, Shaun Quarterman and Martin Collins! To support the show, please go to Patreon.com/MegaPodTastic Patrons receive early access to the raw and unedited VIDEO FEED of each podcast recording. Help Support MegaPodTastic by buying a MegaPodTastic T-Shirt or some other MegaPodTastic merchandise! Shop.Spreadshirt.com/MegaPodTastic Please become a fan of MegaPodTastic on Facebook, and subscribe to us on I-Tunes. Please send your comments to us at MegaPodTastic@Gmail.com or give us a review on I-Tunes. MegaPodTastic has a voicemail line! Call us at 610-624-1985. Give us a call...maybe you'll be on the next episode! Keep on wearing those pajamas!!
Released on this day in 1971, the first mass-produced arcade video game arrived in a futuristic shape and with a science fiction theme, setting the stage for a new industry even as success proved elusive. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written and hosted by Earl Green Music by Devin Currry
If you subscribed to Paramount+ (née CBS All Access) for one month, what would you watch? Our answer to this question is complicated by the fact that Paramount+ actually has a back catalogue, but the short version is that you should start with Evil and work your way out from there.
Ezri Dax returns home only to find she can't go home again. There's her overbearing mother, her artistic brother and the other one. Oh hi, Chief O'Brien. Also, there's murder. Prodigal Daughter goes into the Mission Log. Sponsored by listeners like you -
It was a new original sci-fi series from the makers of what were then considered Doctor Who's golden years, and it was even sold and shown in the U.S. Why was Moonbase 3 out of circulation and considered lost for decades? Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written by Earl Green Hosted by Ryan Myers Music by Devin Currry
A member of the #GAA Fixture Task Force Conor O'Donoghue joined Ger and Eoin on OTB AM to discuss the financial implications of Option B. Offaly County Chairman Michael Duignan was also on to discuss GAA restructure options, why Option B is best for players, and express his views on what the GAA need to do from here. #OTBAM is live every morning with @Gillette UK | #BestFaceForward Catch up on the latest sports stories on Monday morning with OTB AM. OTB AM is the sports breakfast show from Off The Ball – live weekday mornings from 7:30-10:00 am across the OTB channels. You can subscribe to the OTB AM podcast wherever you get your podcasts across the OTB Podcast Network. via iTunes via ">Spotify via GoLoud
Born on this day in 1964, Christopher Judge's career has spanned everything from athletics to acting, but for many he will always be the face and voice of Stargate SG-1's Teal'c. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written by Thomas Kozak Hosted by Jessica Lynn Verdi Music by Devin Currry
The Plotaholics' Listeners' Choice Halloween is in full swing! This week the guys sit down for some double duty as they discuss A Quiet Place parts One and Two. In this film Jim Halpert is battling angry alien Bat-Dogs! Nah nah nah nah nah BAT-DOGS! Also there's a special announcement about future programming! There's a lot going on in this episode! And, if you've never seen either movie this is your SPOILER ALERT! A Quiet Place and A Quiet Place Part Two are available on Paramount+ now.Support the show (https://plotaholics.com)
Stanley Kubrick's perfectionism permanently altered the soundtrack for "2001: A Space Odyssey" as well as his working relationship with composer Alex North. Hear the story of how the premiere devastated the musician and how his work was salvaged years later. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written by Earl Green Hosted by Roberto Lewis Music by Devin Currry
Production documents from two Star Trek: The Next Generation episodes introduce us this week's special guest: Adam Nimoy. Discussing his on-set education on the Trek films and his transition to television director, Adam gives us an inside look behind-the-scenes. See the documents: facebook.com/thetrekfiles Visit Dr. Trek - larrynemecek.com Visit the Trekland shop
Norman and Ashley are back to explore every ship's Lower Decks, and our callers have plenty to say about the "three ships" in the episode's title. Be sure to join us live! We're on the Mission Log Facebook page every Monday at 7pm Pacific/10pm Eastern
Every actor has those big dreams. The ones that make your heart skip a beat every time you fantasize about them. The big break. Imagine celebrating your best friends big break as a series regular on the SyFy hit show Resident Alien, and then end up booking the same show for all ten episodes of season one. This week Charlie talks to Meredith Garretson about the show, about what she's learned about comedy, and how going to grad school changed the course of her career. But that's not all. Meredith shares how she is approaching playing a living legend, Ali Macgraw, in the upcoming Paramount+ limited series The Offer, based on the making of The Godfather. An amazing conversation on the artistry of creating behavior for a living. You can follow CBP on Instagram @creatingbehavior, and Charlie's NYC acting conservatory, the Maggie Flanigan Studio @maggieflaniganstudio. For written transcripts, Charlie's blog, or to contact him for private coaching, check out https://www.creatingbehaviorpodcast.com
Don't forget that you can get this and a lot of extra weekly content by supporting us on PATREON No Rob OR Reggie this week, but we are here to review the last Daniel Craig Bond movie, No Time to Die (2021), but first... Agatha is back Keanu Reeves confirms the live-action adaptation of his comic book 'BRZRKR' will be Rated-R Will Poulter is ADAM WARLOCK SCREAM TRAILER Tomorrow Eternals 2 Post Credit Scenes That 90s Show Early Ghostbusters Afterlife Reviews are glowing Paranormal Activity Next of Kin on Paramount+ 10/29 and Box Office We now have a mid-week show called Cutting Room Floor that you'll only be able to catch by jumping aboard our Patreon, so go give it a look and toss us some cash if you have extra. You'll get an early release of the show (RAW LIVE SHOW on the weeks when we go live) most weeks and a bonus show every single week that no one gets for free! If you don't feel like tossing us a little dough, fear not because the regular show will remain exactly the same each and every week. THANKS FOR LISTENING! Follow us on Twitter Brent @XNotMalcolm Rob @Robbap1 Reggie @Hiddanas Dawson @andy_dawson You can also e-mail to us at CinemaChatPod@gmail.com You can find all of our previous scores HERE Thanks for listening!!
This week, Lindsay and Halle revisit the 1993 series Rocko's Modern Life. Between some hilarious adult jokes, lots of physical humor, and Dr. Hutchison (kay??), there's a lot to obsess over. Plus, stay for the end of the episode where Lindsay and Halle share their current obsessions: the Venom movies (original and Venom: Let There Be Carnage) and Six Crimson Cranes by Elizabeth Lim (Halle). - Follow us on Instagram here. - Watch Rocko's Modern Life on Paramount+ here. - See Venom: Let There Be Carnage in theaters. - Check out Six Crimson Cranes on Goodreads here, or buy it here.
Today on Backstage Babble, I am so thrilled to present my celebration of the 2020 Tony Awards. The four-hour ceremony can still be viewed on Paramount+ and the CBS App. The evening begins with a few photos and video interviews from the red carpet. I was also invited to be part of the virtual press room for this year's ceremony, and you can see the questions I got to ask to the night's winners including Lois Smith, Alex Timbers, and Anthony Veneziale. You can also see longer interview clips that include my questions with director Kenny Leon and playwright Matthew Lopez, because what they said was so powerful it had to be shared. Following this, my extended 40-minute interview with legendary Broadway press agent and producer Irene Gandy, who shares many stories of her career, including learning from Douglas Turner Ward, walking into the New York Times office wearing hot pants, why attitudes about press have changed, the magic of August: Osage County, and the way in which she saw racism in the publicity industry. This program is best viewed in a video format, which is available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1p91K_oSS9U/ You can watch Ms. Gandy's Tonys speech here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ffx2MRRCzPY&t=81s/
Movie Miss is joined by special guest Fred Terling, a writer & horror fan, to discuss the 2007 "turkey" Dead Silence, starring Ryan Kwanten, Donnie Wahlberg & Judith Roberts *SPOILERS DUH* At the time of this episode release you can WATCH DEAD SILENCE HERE: pay streaming on Amazon Prime & Paramount + through your cable provider. Be part of our fun bad movie conversations by following our facebook page Let's Talk Turkeys, on Instagram at letstalkturkeys (all one word), email us directly at email@example.com & check us out on Wordpress at https://letstalkturkeys150469722.wordpress.com/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lets-talk-turkeys/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lets-talk-turkeys/support
Star Trek: Prodigy has a new voice of the Computer, and she's here to tell us all about it! Find out how actress Bonnie Gordon went from Trekkie to Trek-adjacent to official Trek canon. HOSTS Sarah Aliza GUEST/S Bonnie Gordon - @BonnieBellG EDITOR Sue Send us your feedback! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter/Instagram: @womenatwarp Facebook: http://facebook.com/womenatwarp Support the Show on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/womenatwarp Visit our TeePublic Store: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/womenatwarp For more Roddenberry Podcasts, visit http://podcasts.roddenberry.com And don't forget to subscribe to the Roddenberry Podcasts Master Feed, wherever you get your podcasts.
A policy of erasing old videotape has created gaps in Doctor Who's long television history. In 2013 some of those gaps were closed when a trove of nine episodes were discovered in Nigeria. Special guest Nicola Bryant tells the story on today's Sci-Fi 5! Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written by Earl Green Hosted by Nicola Bryant Music by Devin Curry
Hosts Cam Smith and Tyler Orton, along with special guest Scott Hardy of SpyHards Podcast, get totally out of control while delving into Lower Decks' penultimate season 2 episode, wej Duj. From the daily realities of low-ranking Klingon and Vulcan crew members, to Ransom's Hawaiian backstory and Pakled intrigue, the trio discuss it all. Plus, they offer their non-spoilery thoughts on recent film releases No Time to Die, The Many Saints of Newark and Venom: Let There Be Carnage.Right-click to download.Read more »
Have you found yourself angry with a good friend or family member? You may want to look at how you deal with your hatred and anger. Anger can make you anxious, frustrated and even depressed and that's unhealthy. Forgiveness is not optional. It is essential.
In this week's bonus episode, Alex gives a spoiler-free look at Australian Survivor to try to convince you to watch it. For U.S. audiences, seasons 4-6 are now streaming on Paramount+. We outline the major differences between Australian and U.S. Survivor, a breakdown of the first six seasons, and we discuss some of our favorite characters from the series. We hope this episode inspires you to watch it - and if you do - let us know what you think! Follow us on Instagram (@speakingllama) for updates on new episodes!
We're one day away! Todd and Alex get you set for Iowa and Penn State. Lee Sterling of Paramount sports gives his betting picks for Iowa/PSU and more! Chad Leistekow of the Des Moines Register joins the program at the beginning of the 2nd hour. An entire Love it or Leave it dedicated to the top-4 matchup and Todd tries to get Mike Golic to join him for the boxing match tomorrow night.
This week on Episode 526 of Priority One: the Next Generation of tours is in full swing at Ticonderoga, set photos from Picard Season 3, Star Trek Online gets spoOoOoOoky in their first Halloween special, and we review the latest episode of Lower Decks: "wej Duj"! TREK IT OUT Edited by Thomas Reynolds Touring the Next Generation in Ticonderoga By Elio Lleo Over the years, we've had the privilege of attending some phenomenal Star Trek themed events and exhibits [or seething with jealousy at it–Ed.], but few are as spectacular as what you'll find in the sleepy town of Ticonderoga, New York. You see, James Cawley–who grew to fame as an Elvis impersonator–is also a die-hard Trekkie. His passion was so great that he decided to rebuild the sets for The Original Series where an old retail store used to be. He didn't just want to build the Enterprise…he wanted to recreate the old Desilu Set. Closest we'll probably come to having a religious experience. Image: Star Trek Set Tours. Now, after 4 years of being open to the public, Cawley is expanding! As they work to acquire an adjacent building, Cawley and his team have begun diligently recreating the sets from The Next Generation. Local news station WCAX got a sneak peak of their progress: when speaking to reporter Cat Viglienzoni, Cawley explains he has all the original blueprints as well as a direct line to Star Trek's legendary creators Mike and Denise Okuda. Star Trek: Picard Producer's Sweet Sneak Peek Pics By Cat Hough If you've been following Star Trek: Picard executive producer and co-showrunner, Terry Matalas on Twitter, then you've seen the images he's been sharing from the set of the show. If you are not following him, then you may want to. Since Season 2 has wrapped filming, the images he posted are likely sneak peaks from season three–either way, they are definitely interesting. https://twitter.com/TerryMatalas/status/1442660363573465090?s=20 The images are all from what appears to be a Starfleet vessel from the late 24th century: the first image features the helm console for the ship, with Matalas noting the LCARS interface introduced on Star Trek: The Next Generation. Also of particular interest: the replicator display and table setting that includes a 24th-century Starfleet emblem and some new sci-fi cutlery. We still don't know what the second season holds, but we have been told that the Q storyline will wrap up in Season 2. It's also very likely that Jonathan Frakes will return to direct some episodes of Season 3. https://twitter.com/TerryMatalas/status/1445033217875070977?s=20 Episodic Season Habit (It Becomes Automatic) By Cat Hough Anson Mount recently spoke about Strange New Worlds, echoing Akiva Goldsman's description of the show: “we wanted our show to be more or less a throwback in every way we could... which meant more of an episodic structure. And so every episode is a distinct story...but the star of the show is the ship and the big idea of the week.” Bridge to Astrocartography, figure out why we keep getting lost in those eyes. Image: TrekMovie.com As we've also discussed on prior episodes, filming for Strange New Worlds was done using Augmented Reality and Mount also spoke about that experience, saying, “It's wild, man. Imagine an entire soundstage where the walls are all high-definition screens and there's a ceiling projection...it's really interesting to be in these environments because it's a whole other level of filmmaking than I've ever seen before.” A release date for Strange New Worlds has not been announced, yet. A big thanks to TrekMovie for sharing this exclusive interview from their coverage of Star Trek Day. Quick News Roundup Here are a few headlines that we didn't discuss but might interest you. In book news, the first novel in the Star Trek: Coda series has been released. This trilogy continues the adventures of characters from The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, and Voyager. The three books in the trilogy are Moments Asunder by Dayton Ward, The Ashes of Tomorrow by James Swallow, and Oblivion's Gate by David Mack. Moments Asunder is already available, with the two sequels following in October and November. The pre-order pages include synopses for the books, revealing a plot dealing in time travel. Plus, we got another glimpse at the upcoming Prodigy animated series. Nickelodeon recently tweeted a new trailer with the announcement that the show premieres on October 28. Finally, are you ready to take flight on a midlife crisis of cosmic proportions? Then you should definitely trek out the series idea from the creators of Saturday Night Live. This new show would be titled “Star Trek: Ego Quest,” following the voyages of the SS New Shepard and its crew of random weirdos. Its mission: to just...sort of fly around space goofing off in a ship that looks like a penis. https://youtu.be/XD66suMp3J4 STAR TREK GAMING NEWS Edited by Thomas Reynolds By the Spiking of My DPS, Something Wicked This Way Leaps By Rosco McQueen Replicate yourself a pumpkin spice raktajino and prepare to carve out a new experience in Star Trek Online: the MMO announced this week it will hold its first ever Halloween event! “Captains will find themselves transported to an ancient castle on Pyris VII. The classic aliens from the Original Series episode ‘Catspaw', the Old Ones, have returned once again to study humanity–but their plans have been disrupted by the Devidians!” Honestly the idea of redoing "Knowledge is Power" is scarier. Image: Cryptic Studios. The three week event will be a single activity, where playing the event TFO “Cat's Tale!” every 20 hours rewards you with the usual one daily progress token. After 14 days of progress you unlock the event rewards: the Transmuter Wand Universal Kit Module, the Old One Vanity Pet, with the first character receiving 25,000 Dilithium Ore, and 3 Featured Episode Reward Boxes. The Universal Kit Module - Transmuter Wand will transform your target into a sentient black cat, complete with Bad Luck Aura! The aura disables shields and most powers to nearby allies, who will flee in fear from the frightful feline. What every kid wants this Halloween, a subspace bubble wand. Image: Cryptic Studios. The event will be available on all platforms on October 13. An interesting note is that this will become a regular annual event, similar to First Contact Day. The article notes it begins with the one TFO, with plans to grow the event year-on-year with more content.
Every year, we binge all of the new shows of the year to bring you some recommendations in the hopes that you will find some new favorites! The list keeps getting longer and longer as more and more animated shows hit the airwaves. What a wonderful time to be a fan of animation! Chris and Mackenzie's Recommendations Young Ages: City of Ghosts (Netflix) Ada Twist, Scientist (Netflix) Ridley Jones (Netflix) Spidey and His Amazing Friends (Disney) Alma's Way (PBS Kids) Oggy Oggy (Netflix) All Ages: Kid Cosmic (Netflix) Wolfboy and the Everything Factory (Apple TV+) The Snoopy Show (Apple TV+) Kamp Coral (Paramount+) Elliott from Earth (CN) Rugrats (2021) (Paramount+, Nickelodeon) The Bad Batch (Disney+) Monsters at Work (Disney+) Dug Days (Disney+) Chip ‘n' Dale: Park Life (Disney+) Yabba Dabba Dinosaurs (HBO Max) Jellystone (HBO Max) Centaurworld (Netflix) I
Frank Herbert's writing career took more than a few turns before he arrived in science-fiction. Once he found his genre of choice, he created one of the most epic stories in the field, and "Dune" continues to find audiences today. Celebrate Herbert's 101st birthday on today's Sci-Fi 5. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written by Ashley Thomas Hosted by Roberto Lewis Music by Devin Curry
It's a huge weekend of early season matchups for superiority in the NFL. The main event, the Chiefs and the Bills. Buffalo, with a win, would go to 4-1 and be the odds on favorite to get the only bye in the AFC. The Chiefs have other plans. We break it down. So does Lee Sterling of www.paramountsports.com who gives you his pick against the spread along with other huge AFC games. Also, will Mizzou bounce back after last week's mess, OU/Texas and Iowa/Penn State. It's all here.
In this episode of The Step presented by POPSUGAR and SOREL, our host, Katie Stevens, speaks with Laci Mosley, star of Paramount+'s iCarly reboot and podcaster of the wildly popular Scam Goddess. Together, the two actresses share the importance of staying humble and true to their roots. They also discuss ways to ensure that everyone in the entertainment industry has the opportunity to grow and express themselves, especially talented individuals who hail from marginalized communities.
It was the buddy-cop, neo-noir, alien-invasion movie that launched a small franchise. "Alien Nation" was released in cinemas on October 7, 1988 and showed us the charms of getting milk drunk. Three decades later, we haven't heard the last of the story. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written by Ryan Myers Hosted by Jessica Lynn Verdi Music by Devin Curry
Nog returns after treating his wounds from AR-558, but the adjustment to life back on DS9 is complicated. He finds solace in Vic Fontaine's holographic world until reality puts a damper on the fantasy. It's Only a Paper Moon goes into the Mission Log. Sponsored by - Sponsored by -
Scott and return Guest Christopher Brown (From Old Men Yell At Cloud & the new miniseries When Scary Met Stabby) talk about the 1996 Paramount flop "The Phantom." They discuss Scott's birthday where he thought his parents bought out the theater to see this movie. Chris talks creepy high school teachers , and the history behind this movie and original director Joe Dante. Check it out! Thank you to DJ QUADS FOR THE TRACK USE OF LIVING IN STEREO. Listen to Christopher's other podcasts right here on the zero science network: www.zero-science.com Follow us on twitter @wrtrbagelbskt, like us on our facebook page, and you can email the boys at email@example.com with questions, shows or movies to watch, and fan art of the shows they're doing. Don't forget to like us on the Facebook too. Instagram is another way to find us too @writersbagelbasket, follow us it's fun!