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Babylon 5's serialized storytelling is legendary, and the producers had the good fortune of planning ahead - way ahead. The series finale, "Sleeping in Light," was filmed entirely before airing the final season. That's the topic of today's Sci-Fi 5. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written by Earl Green Hosted by Roberto Lewis Music by Devin Curry
Carreteras, clima, milagros, equivocaciones y complicaciones que influyen en las travesías y que a veces nos llevan a conocer lugares que no planeábamos visitar. Noticias Del Mundo: La Primer Ministro de Suecia - Día de Acción de Gracias (Thanksgiving) - El hombre encarcelado injustamente - El futbolista Karim Benzema fue hallado culpable - Olaf Scholz es casi canciller - La misión DART - División OVNIs - La guerra de las galaxias en puerta - La reina está bien. Historias Desintegradas: El diluvio cordobés - Contactos al rescate - La antorcha soberana - Especialidades de Tandil - El ritual de la toalla - Viaje en Motocicleta - Campeonato de Chistes - La incógnita - Matrimonios y divorcios académicos - El éxito de AMLO - Presidentes mexicanos - Drogas familiares - Voy por quesillo - Abducida en La Pampa y más... En Caso De Que El Mundo se Desintegre - ECDQEMSD Daily Podcast
We're robbing bodies this week on "Voyager"! First up, Neelix has his lungs stolen by a dying species that it's kind of impossible to have any sympathy for in "Phage". After that, the crew unwittingly invades an alien being in a desperate search for a power boost and has to undo the own damage in "The Cloud". Also this week: butt breathing, Harry Kim is too weird, and posters! [timestamps: "Phage": 01:09; "The Cloud": 33:12; poster discussion: 1:00:26] [this week's tumblr link: https://sshbpodcast.tumblr.com/post/668768135663452160/the-many-faces-of-star-trek-movie-posters]
So much Star Trek to discuss! First, we celebrate the 25-year anniversary of Star Trek: First Contact, arguably the best TNG movie ever! Where were we? What were we doing? And how have we grown since then?? We then move onto discussing TWO Star Trek episodes - Prodigy's "Terror Firma" and Discovery's "Kobayashi Maru." We loved the "mid" mid-season (?) finale of Prodigy, which has Dal finally doing something other than being annoying, and some great moments for our characters. We also loved (shocking) the season premiere of Discovery, though we're not without our qualms (not shocking) - and Mike totally owes Johnson a drink because there WAS crying in this episode!
It was on this day in 1988 that viewers got their first glimpse of the Satellite of Love. Mystery Science Theatre 3000 aired on KTMA in Minneapolis and launched a long-running series that has gone through many permutations since. Get the story on today's Sci-Fi 5. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written and hosted by Ryan Myers Music by Devin Curry
«Ninguno tenga en poco tu juventud, sino sé ejemplo de los creyentes en palabra, conducta, amor, espíritu, fe y pureza» (1 Timoteo 4:12) El mundo necesita ver buenos ejemplos. Necesita ver que los creyentes caminan en amor, en pureza y en fe en el hogar, en las instituciones de enseñanza y en los trabajos. En Romanos 12:17, el apóstol Pablo nos exhorta a hacer lo bueno delante de todos los hombres, y en otros versículos nos enseña a evitar toda clase de mal. Por eso, cuando estés siguiendo los caminos del Señor, no lo hagas a medias, sino que entrégate de lleno a seguirle. Condúcete de tal manera en la vida, que no haya duda de que eres creyente; muéstrales a los demás tu amor, tu fe y tu pureza en toda situación y por medio de hechos. Tu ejemplo será más convincente que tus palabras. Cuando nuestro hijo John era pequeño, fuimos a pasar una temporada con mis abuelos. John dormía con mi abuelito, al cual una noche lo despertó para decirle: «Abuelo, me duele el oído; ¿puedes orar por mí?». Mis abuelos asistían a una iglesia que no creía en la sanidad. Yo no sé qué hizo el abuelo, pero no dio resultado. Así que John se levantó y dijo: «Voy a ir a la cama de mi mamá; cuando ella ora, se me quita el dolor». Casi 18 años más tarde mi abuelo me contó la historia. Yo había dado un ejemplo de fe y de amor, y John se había acordado de eso. Cuando los hijos están creciendo, quizás se les olviden las predicaciones y exhortaciones que les des o se muestren desinteresados en las cosas de Dios, pero jamás olvidarán el ejemplo que les des. Es posible que tus compañeros de trabajo, tus vecinos o tus amistades rechacen o discutan contigo tus palabras, pero nunca podrán refutar ni olvidar las cosas que haces en amor. No permitas que tu ejemplo sea empañado por los pecados triviales ni las concesiones espirituales. Procura hacer siempre lo bueno delante de todos para que la luz de Jesucristo se refleje poderosamente a través de ti. Lectura bíblica: Romanos 12:9-21 © 1997 – 2019 Eagle Mountain International Church Inc., también conocida como Ministerios Kenneth Copeland / Kenneth Copeland Ministries. Todos los derechos reservados.
The Trek Files welcomes back producer Don Beck for a look at how DVDs revolutionized the home video market and how Star Trek was boldly using this new medium. See the documents: facebook.com/thetrekfiles
Captain America might have found success in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but the road to get him to the screen was paved with difficulty. Today, a look at the second attempt to get Cap on the air with CBS' "Death Too Soon" which aired today in 1979. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written and hosted by Earl Green Music by Devin Curry
Star Trek: Discovery's fourth season premiere is here, and so are Norman and Holly to take your calls on the latest adventures with Captain Burnham and crew. Be sure to join us live! We're on the Mission Log Facebook page every Monday at 7pm Pacific/10pm Eastern
For our final breakdown episode before the hiatus, Mike and Emilie are joined by Jenn Tifft from Trek Core, to discuss "Terror Firma." The crew faces their toughest challenge yet, find the U.S.S. Protostar and get off the planet before the planet strands them there. A 10 kilometer walk that keeps changing direction is tough enough without a crew member with a broken leg who has given your biggest foe your coordinates. This time the crew is able to stand together to meet their challenges head on and be saved in an unexpected fashion. This leads Gwyn to have to make one of the most important decisions of her life. Is The Diviner going to take control of the Protostar? Will Gwyn join him and bring the crew back to Tars Lamora? Set a star and lock on with us as we discuss that and more on this episode of Discovering Trek: Prodigy.
It was late on a Thursday night and the Sistas were a little punchy. But never fear they perked up just enough to give you their opinions on Star Trek Discovery's latest episode "Kobayashi Maru". Although we were a bit distracted by the Grace Jones - like costume changes. This is the Season 1 finale of the SyFy Sistas Podcasts. We will return on our First Year Anniversary (December 24th) with Episode 1 of Season 2. A special thank you to Ryan T. Husk and Cirroc Lofton of the 7th Rule Podcast for always having our backs and promoting us (https://www.patreon.com/the7thrule). And to Bill and Dan of Trek Geeks for giving us that slot during Black History Month and offering us a spot on the roster. (https://www.trekgeeks.com/shows) We give a special shout out to our sound engineer DoS, the Anonymous. Find him at email@example.com or on Instagram @ dos_theanonymous_1 You can find the SyFy Sistas online at syfysistas.com - Facebook @SyFy Sistas - Twitter: @Syfy Sistas - Instagram: @syfy.sistas - And of course, www.trekgeeks.com/syfysistas
This week, Dan, Sara and Kasey kick off the newest season of Discovering Trek: Discovery and talk all about Star Trek Discovery's Season 4 premier "Kobayashi Maru". Five months after solving The Burn, Captain Burnham is working hard to welcome planets back into the Federation. As the Discovery welcomes aboard the new Federation President and heads off to assist a Space Station in need, Book heads home to partake in a special ceremony with his family. A new and devastating threat is discovered by the crew that not only jeopardizes them and the space station, but causes the unthinkable to occur to Books home planet of Kwejian!! What is this new crisis facing the crew? How will Tilly and Adira deal with the rising tension of the commander of the space station during their away mission? And "Butterfly People" is definitely the new name for our cover band! We discuss it all, and we hope you'll join us for a great discussion on Discovering Trek: Discovery! FIVE YEAR MISSION Music for Discovering Trek is provided by Five Year Mission. They're writing one song for each episode of The Original Series! Plus, check out their podcast right here on the Trek Geeks Podcast Network! Find out more and download all 6 of their current albums at FiveYearMission.net
Star Trek pushed social boundaries through sci-fi storytelling and broke a prime-time taboo on November 22, 1968 with the episode "Plato's Stepchildren." What was the story behind the first scripted interracial kiss on American TV, and what were the repercussions? Find out on today's show. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written by Earl Green Hosted by Ryan Myers Music by Devin Curry
There's hope yet for a Star Trek: Deep Space Nine HD remaster; a newly-announced theme park in China is getting a Star Trek Land; LeVar Burton is moving on from Jeopardy! in a trivial way...and yes - I will discuss the international incident that is Star Trek: Discovery getting pulled from Netflix mere days before the premiere of season 4.
¿tienes perfil de emprendedor o de empleado?¿Emprendedor o empleado? A veces no basta con una necesidad, una rabia, o una idea para convertirse en emprendedor. De pronto es mejor, en ocasiones, seguir como empleado. Todo depende de tu perfil. Los detalles en este episodio.¿Emprendedor o empleado? (más allá de la comodidad y de la moda)¿Es mejor ser empleado o ser emprendedor? ¿Tú tienes el perfil de emprendedor o de empleado? Tengo una serie de reflexiones.Voy a partir de una premisa importante y es que en los últimos 20 años como ha sido interesante todo el desarrollo, toda la generación de cultura de emprendimiento, no solamente en Estados Unidos, sino en muchos países de américa latina, particularmente en nuestro país también en Colombia y en nuestra ciudad de Medellín.Como se ha impulsado tanto la cultura de emprendimiento y se ha tratado de destacar y de idealizar a los emprendedores, atención no es para nada malo ni negativo el ser empleado.Ser empleado tiene una gracia ¡de verdad! Ser empleado requiere ciertas habilidades, de razonamiento, de comportamiento, de saber cuándo obedecer, cuando quedarse callado, cuando hablar, cuando tomar la iniciativa, cuando ser precavido o discreto con los comentarios, con las iniciativas; eso tiene una gracia.Les confieso que probablemente esas no eran mis habilidades, siempre en las empresas fui una persona muy determinada, hacer las cosas como diera lugar y eso a veces no se acomodaba bien con la cultura organizacional de ciertas empresas.No se acomodaba bien con la manera en que las personas hacían sus cosas, bien sean líderes, directivos o compañeros de trabajo.Esa fue una de las razones para dejar de ser empleado y convertirme en emprendedor. Pero hay otras y tienen que ver con un perfil. Lo comparto en esta entrega.Recuerda por favor escucharnos y suscribirte en la plataforma que más te guste:Apple PodcastSpotifyGoogle PodcastPara participar, escríbeme tus comentarios a firstname.lastname@example.orgRecursos recomendados en este PodcastEpisodios las preguntas que debemos hacer y hacernosSuscríbete al Podcast de Mil Palabras enwww.milpalabras.comDescarga GRATIS el ebook “Cómo Crear un Podcast Corporativo”https://milpalabras.com.co/Episodio sobre la relación cliente-proveedorhttps://www.milpalabras.com/140-como-generar-una-buena-relacion-entre-cliente-y-proveedor/Quizás quieras escuchar el episodio anteriorhttps://www.milpalabras.com/141-que-es-el-coaching-para-que-sirve/
Note from the podcasts hosts: Unfortunately, the audio this week was a bit wonky. We appreciate your understanding and continued support! And we are already nearing the end of Prodigy Season 1!...Kind of. Mike and Johnson talk about the latest episode of the new series, which will be the second-to-last one before we take a two month break. Who is making these decisions!? Anyway, this week we ponder Dal's level of annoyance compared to the previous episode - while a BIT tolerable, other things make this episode a bit vexing... but that's ok! We also chat a bit of Star Trek news - which include an update that affects our Star Trek family internationally, and a brand new shiny pin that Mike has!
This week, on Episode 532 of Priority One: ViacomCBS upsets most of the world; Star Trek Explorer Magazine debuts; Star Trek Online introduces a new 32nd century starship–plus, we start our S4 review of Star Trek: Discovery. TREK IT OUT Edited by Thomas Reynolds Sheer ****ing Hubris, ViacomCBS By Cat Hough Well, the news broke early on Tuesday the 16th that international fans of Star Trek: Discovery will have to wait until 2022 to be able to watch Season 4–and then only watch it on Paramount+. Under the terms of an agreement finalized today between Netflix and ViacomCBS, Netflix will no longer be streaming the show. ViacomCBS was most likely pleased with the agreement since, under the 2017 deal that Les Moonves had set up with Netflix, CBS had agreed to pay the bulk of the show's costly budget for the overseas rights. All images: ViacomCBS, via Imgur user SaysThePenguin. This should not be a huge surprise, though, given ViacomCBS's efforts to incentive subscribers to Paramount+. Back at the end of September The Original Series, Voyager, and Enterprise all left Netflix–Paramount+ is the only platform to watch these series. All images: ViacomCBS, via Imgur user SaysThePenguin. But now that Netflix is out of the picture, the UK, Germany, Ireland, Austria and Switzerland will be the first international markets to stream Discovery on Paramount+. ViacomCBS has said that as part of an accelerated expansion they anticipate being in around 45 markets within the next year or so. No news on the release date for our Australian friends, though. Star Trek 4 Hopes For Holiday Magic By Elio Lleo While we're on the topic of disappointing news, the 4th installment of Star Trek set in the Kelvin Timeline is being delayed again. Now, the new release date is slated for a holiday release on December 22, 2023 (originally, it was scheduled for June 9th, 2022). Perhaps the marketing folks at ViacomCBS listened to our episode where we discussed the uphill battle Star Trek faces when released beside other (more popular) franchises. Or they just read the same industry articles that we do. https://priorityonepodcast.com/530-treks-better-than-wars-thats-debatable-priority-one-a-roddenberry-star-trek-podcast/ Either way Star Trek, along with other tiles like Transformers, are being pushed. Now, this could be a rarely well executed smart move on behalf of the suits in charge of these things. According to Scott Mendelson of Forbes.com, Paramount+ is betting that Star Wars: Rogue Squadron won't be able to stick to their holiday 2023 release date–especially when there's been little movement on that Star Wars installment. That leaves Trek to reap the benefits of the season. Mendelson writes, “the optimistic scenario is that Star Trek 4 positions itself as the Christmas event movie of 2023 and proves to be crowd pleasing enough to allow holiday legs to give the struggling franchise a kick in the butt after a disappointing third installment. That's what happened with Paramount's own Mission: Impossible–Ghost Protocol in December 2011 after J.J. Abrams' underwhelming Mission: Impossible III 5.5 years earlier.” Either way, it's still two years away and a lot can change. However the film still has WandaVision director Matt Shakman at the helm. Del Barrio And Cronenberg Take Explorer To The Future By Rosco McQueen On November 17th, Blu Del Barrio will return in Discovery Season 4 as the human host of a Trill symbiote, Adira Tal. In an interview with new publication Star Trek Explorer, Del Barrio spoke about the positive reactions from fans in being the first nonbinary actor in the franchise, and bringing a non-binary character to the screen. Unfortunately for the actor, it meant they were also subject to some outdated attitudes, but they were few when compared to the overall welcome from the Star Trek community. “There are always people who are going to set out to be hateful, and set out to be transphobic. There's not a lot of Star Trek fans who are like that, thank God. It's not a universe where that fits. But there is also a lot of love, even from people who maybe don't know anyone who is trans. There are people who are asking questions, talking about things online, having actual conversations about it, which is really wonderful.” Image: ViacomCBS, via CBR. Also featured in the first issue of the relaunched Star Trek Explorer is an interview with director David Cronenberg who plays the role of Federation agent Kovich, who is returning for Discovery Season 4. The interview covers his relief as an actor as opposed to a director, growing up watching the Original Series, and the specific role of Kovich in season three as the Terran-interrogator. But Cronenberg was tight lipped on what's in store for Season 4: “I can only tell you I've been invited to be part of Season 4, and I was delighted with that. That's about all I can tell you, and it's not because I'm trying to be coy. It's because I don't know any more.” For the full interview, as well as feature interviews from Ian Alexander (Gray Tal from Discovery), be sure to trek out the first issue of Star Trek Explorer. Quick News Roundup Now, here are a few headlines that we didn't discuss but might interest you. Start applying for those passports and get your luggage ready, because we're going to China! Why? Because an $8 billion theme park resort is being built with a Paramount theme along the shores of Dianchi Lake in the Yunnan capital city of Kunming! The complex will include six themed areas–one of which is a “Final Frontier–Star Trek” themed section! Fans of ‘Levar Burton hosting a quiz show' rejoice! The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed the actor will host a gameshow based on ‘Trivial Pursuit', produced by Hasbro and Entertainment One. No network is attached at the time of the announcement, with no information on when the program will debut. Congrats to Star Trek alum Tracee Lee Cocco! She just announced that she'll be featured in an upcoming Star Trek: The Next Generation book by Ian Spelling, due to release in the fall of 2022. STAR TREK GAMING NEWS Edited by Thomas Reynolds That's What Phoenixes Do, Generally By Cat Hough The free Phoenix Prize Pack returns! From now until November 23rd, you can pick up a free Phoenix Prize Pack from Grym on Drozana Station or Onna on Deep Space Nine, once per day. If you are not aware, the Phoenix Prize Pack is a special pack, you can purchase with Dilithium or during this event you get one for free. Once you open it, you're granted a token of one of five rarities, and then you can redeem that token for a list of prizes on that specific rarity tier. Image: Cryptic Studios But wait, there's more! The Experimental Starship Upgrade tokens are also returning to the Phoenix Prize Pack during this event! If you've been hanging onto some Ultra Rare tokens, now is the time to redeem them for an Experimental Upgrade Token. Also on sale right now until the 22nd–Keys and Keyring Bundles are 15% off! YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE TOOTH By Cat Hough Hey, surprise! Another new ship is available via the Infinity Lock Box. The United Earth Defense Force Vessel [T6] was designed as a large, sturdy vessel built for planetary defense and doesn't at all look like a giant tooth–or an elephant. Even the four blind men think it's an elephant. Image: Cryptic Studios. This ship features a Commander Tactical/Command Bridge Officer specialist seat, and a Lt. Commander Engineering / Command Bridge Officer specialist seat. With a 4/4 weapons layout and 5 tactical, 3 engineering and 3 science consoles. It features the Mobile Defense Net Universal Console. With this technology equipped, your ship will be capable of generating a large area of protection for you and your allies, centered a short distance behind your vessel. This area moves with your ship, though you sacrifice maneuverability–but you are able to deactivate the field if you need to. This console also provides a passive bonus to Max and Current Shield Subsystem Power, and Maximum Shield Capacity. Image: Cryptic Studios. And once the ship is leveled up, you gain access to the Interlaced Emitters Starship Trait. While this Trait is slotted, activating any Bridge Officer abilities that restore shields to yourself or an ally will also briefly apply an effect that automatically redistributes the target's shields, provides shield hardness, and renders shields immune to drain effects. This effect may not be reapplied to a target until it has worn off. The “Duality” of Terror By Rosco McQueen More effective surprise attacks are coming your way in Star Trek Fleet Command, with the second part of the Duality arc coming to the game from Scopely bringing enhanced cloaking effectiveness. “The Klingons and Romulans have ramped up their war machines in an effort to resolve their conflict over the mysterious hybrid, Roj. Time is running out, and the outcome rests in your hands. Part Two of the Duality arc expands on Ship Cloaking technology and its impact in battle. The Federation have found a way to acquire the highly controversial device, and are now prepared to run their own stealth operations..[n]ew research opportunities have been developed to further increase the effectiveness of Cloaking, allowing for ever more devious plots and schemes to be hatched.” Image: Scopely. Patch 36 includes a new Second Repair queue, four new Ship Cloaking Refits, twenty new missions, and three new officers, including two Epic ones. [Epic] Sela, with the Captain Maneuver: Hit Them Where it Hurts–Increase critical hit damage by X% when cloaked. [Epic] Eleven Of Eleven, with the Captain Maneuver: Efficient Crystal Acquisition–Increases Crystal mining speed by 60%. [Rare] Tomalak, with the Captain Maneuver: Patient Tactician–which increases all penetration stats by X% while cloaked. The update also contains a number of bug fixes, as well as improvements to the web store.
Robert Beltran worked extensively in Shakespeare before joining the crew of the USS Voyager. Hear his story on today's Sci-Fi 5 as we wish "happy birthday" to Chakotay. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written by Ashley Thomas Hosted by Earl Green Music by Devin Curry (Photo credit: Wikimedia Creative Commons.)
It's two time travel stories this week where a lot of stuff doesn't actually make a lot of sense. But it really doesn't matter in "Parallax", since it's really about Janeway and Torres becoming best friends. And it doesn't matter in "Time and Again" because ultimately the episode never happened! Also this week: Ocampa issues, inexplicable Arabic numerals, and kerning! [Timestamps: "Parallax": 01:16; "Time and Again": 32:31; this week's activity: 55:35] [play along at home! https://sshbpodcast.tumblr.com/post/668141324229296128/scrutinizing-the-star-trek-movie-title-cards]
Well helloooooo lovely listeners. Haley and Sara are back already!! It's our 30th episode! Can you believe it? We just couldn't wait any longer to celebrate. Today we breakdown that Season 2 treat, Q WHO?!?! That's right! The Borg baby, the Borg, they're mean, they're clean, they shop at L.L. Bean. We talk Borg, Q, muscles in wine sauce, Law & Order, Trek gossip and so much more! And for you Patreons...the FRENCH REVOLUTION?! So pour yourself a drink and unwind with Rewind! Thanks for listening, friends!
A trip to Romulus to give a talk is not at all what it seems when Dr. Bashir is recruited to do some spy work for Section 31. When nobody around him can be trusted, he gains the confidence of a Senator which endangers both of them. Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges goes into the Mission Log. Sponsored by -
It was a long road, getting from the first Space Shuttle glide tests in 1977 to an early retirement in 1985. Today's show explains why the shuttle Enterprise never went into orbit, and where you can see it today. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written by Earl Green Hosted by Roberto Lewis Music by Devin Curry
In our 7th supplemental episode of our series: "The Collector's Corner," we are joined by Chuck Costas, VP of Business Development and Operations at Prop Store. Prop Store, which began in 1998 is one of the largest online auction houses in the world with locations in Los Angeles and London. They use their love of movies as an excuse for a treasure hunt to locate coveted props, costumes, and artifacts from some of your favorite movies. But most importantly, they allow you to add these pieces to your own personal collection. Listen as Chuck dives into the Prop Store business model and how they bring wonderful artifacts into your home. He also highlights the recent "Star Trek Discovery Seasons 1 & 2 Online Auction" and their recent "Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction" from London. Please check out their website at http://www.propstore.com and bring a piece of movie history home today. If you would like to be featured on The Divine Treasury, reach out to us on: - Twitter: @divine_treasury - Instagram: @divine_treasury You can also find video of the collections of our guests and reveals of our new items by subscribing to the Trek Geeks Podcast Network on YouTube.
Happy Life Day, one and all! We come not to bash The Star Wars Holiday Special (aired on this day in 1978) but rather to put it in the proper context among variety shows of the 1970s. Even though those had fewer wookies. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written by Earl Green Hosted by Ryan Myers Music by Devin Curry
On this day in 1997, The X-Files episode "Unusual Suspects" first aired. The fallout from that one episode is enormous, with dozens of popular TV shows wiped out of existence... theoretically, anyway. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written by Earl Green Hosted by Jessica Lynn Verdi Music by Devin Curry
Gene Roddenberry sent letters to colleagues in TV production, encouraging them to give a chance to an up-and-coming actress named Carey Foster (stage name of Emmy Lou Crawford). Today we welcome Emmy Lou herself to talk about acting in the early '60s and getting a recommendation from "uncle Gene." See the documents: facebook.com/thetrekfiles
Holly, John and NASA JPL Education Specialist Brandon Rodriguez take your calls about education, inspiration, critical thinking, and other topics vital to the future. Be sure to join us live! We're on the Mission Log Facebook page every Monday at 7pm Pacific/10pm Eastern
By patron request, our crew devotes an entire episode to Kira Nerys: her background in the Resistance, her spirituality, her friendships and relationships with other characters, and her most memorable moments over 7 years of character growth. HOSTS Jarrah Grace Sarah 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.
The Prisoner is an iconic, surreal series with a deserved cult following. The 2009 remake is... not that. We'll look at the differences in the two on today's Sci-Fi 5. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written by John Champion Hosted by Earl Green Music by Devin Curry
This week, Mike and Emilie are joined by Nathan Sherman and his uncle, TGPN associate producer, Patrick Escudero to talk about "Dreamcatcher." The young crew of the U.S.S. Protostar go on their first away mission since taking control of the ship... but it isn't the best of experiences. Plants that can read their thoughts attempt to keep them all on the planet by seducing them with the things they really love. Gwyn, still aboard ship, is able to escape the brig and take over all systems, giving her the ability to tell The Diviner their whereabouts. Zero, Rok-Tahk, Pog, and Dal are unaware of this as they succumb to the telepathy of the planet. Will the away team escape? Is The Diviner headed to the planet to take back the Protostar? We discuss that and more on this episode of Discovering Trek: Prodigy.
We're gearing up for the premiere of Star Trek: Discovery season 4; we've got new details for the rest of the season of Prodigy; the new Star Trek film has been delayed; and Wil Wheaton's wife Anne reveals details of his serious seizure back in August. Plus show and tell and this week's poll!
This week on Episode 531 of Priority One: News is sparse as we gear up for the next season of Star Trek: Discovery, but there's plenty to discuss in the world of Star Trek gaming! TREK IT OUT Edited by Thomas Reynolds Power Seating on Star Trek: Discovery By Rosco McQueen Sonequa Martin-Green is on the interview circuit in the lead up Season 4 of Discovery. She spoke with SFXMagazine about the feeling of finally sitting in the captain's chair, and the answer isn't as simple as “soft and comfortable, and could they install a cup holder?” "It feels very humbling. But it also feels very emboldening. I'm grateful for it because you feel like you earned this position with Burnham. You feel like you were able to learn and grow and make mistakes and mature from them with her." It's a new direction with a new captain, and the new series is set to premiere next week! Don't everyone cheer at once. Image: ViacomCBS, via GamesRadar. Time Enough For Mudd By Rosco McQueen Harcourt Fenton Mudd only appeared in two live-action episodes of Star Trek, and once in animated form, but he left a lasting impression [and I guess Rainn Wilson didn't?–Ed.]. So much so that a spin-off was in the works, as revealed in an article from Fansided. The article delves into the Starlog Magazine interview archives to discover that the pitch never got past the desk of the Great Bird of the Galaxy. Gene Roddenberry told the actor, Roger C. Carmel, that the artists didn't have time to develop the project, which would have seen Mudd take the lead in the series as a space pirate/intergalactic con-man. Carmel was supposed to reprise his role in a first season episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation, but the actor died before filming began.
After a spectacular season premiere, Star Trek: Prodigy has a more sobering second episode, which finds Johnson expressing some strong and violent opinions about Dal, and the issues that make the character instantly intolerable for him. Mike takes a more measured approach, and gives the character (as well the show) a bit more benefit of the doubt. Either way, we're just reminded that we might not be the target demographic of Prodigy... a 20 episode first season is a good thing, right? In other news, SPOTTED - Wilson Cruz in Hell's Kitchen! XOXO Gossip Girl.
One of the most successful translations of Star Wars onto the small screen, Disney's "The Mandalorian" has wowed audiences since its debut on November 12, 2019. Sci-Fi 5 looks behind the scenes at the cutting-edge production. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written by Earl Green Hosted by Ryan Myers Music by Devin Curry
After stomping through several desert planets and other, more interesting space environs for the past few weeks it's so very nice to be home for "Star Trek"! Too bad we're then INSTANTLY lost in the Delta quadrant when the USS Voyager and the Maquis they were chasing are yoinked across the Galaxy by an alien who probably should've come up with a better plan. We think. Aspects of it are kind of vague in the series premier: "Caretaker". Also this week! Everyone had bad hair, Admiral Paris got around, and we played a game! [Timestamps: "Caretaker": 00:02:20; A game!: 1:31:13]
A sunken ocean-liner is discovered after more than 40 years... with people on board! Their utopian society is interrupted by modern explorers who discover their terrible secrets. "Goliath Awaits" premiered on November 11, 1981. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written by John Champion Hosted by Jessica Lynn Verdi Music by Devin Curry
The mob moves in and pushes Vic Fontaine out of his own club. It's only a hologram, right? To Vic's friends, he's more than that, and they cook up a heist to put the mob on ice. Mission Log goes Badda-Bing, Badda-Bang. Sponsored by -
This week, we're joined by one of the most positive and joyful people in the Star Trek Universe! This accomplished actor has been in so many memorable roles and, sometimes, we bet you didn't even know it was him! His ability to act while covered up under layers of latex and makeup make him one of the most talented human beings on the face of the Earth. His character, Saru, on the highly acclaimed and award winning series, "Star Trek: Discovery" was the main focus of an article written by Bill which was published on StarTrek.com called "What I've Learned from Saru," which was also the focus of Trek Geeks #191. We are honored to welcome the incredible Doug Jones to Trek Geeks for a discussion about his career, portraying Saru, and some of the other roles he's had which are among our favorites!
Not content to stick merely with Galactic Funk, Meco hopped on the Star Wars marketing train again in time for Christmas of 1980. "Star Wars: Christmas in the Stars" featured stories from C-3PO and the singing debut of one of the most famous of '80s rockers. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written by Earl Green Hosted by Roberto Lewis
The fiendish Dr. Goldfoot was ready to reveal his most diabolical plan yet on November 9, 1966 - a sequel! Find out how how an international co-production stumbled its way to release "Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs" on today's Sci-Fi 5. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written by John Champion Hosted by Earl Green
Selling a TV show is a difficult job, especially when the show doesn't exist yet. Don Beck continues his story of getting TV stations interested in a new Trek before TNG had gotten off the ground and how the studio made sure they promoted it. See the documents: facebook.com/TheTrekFiles
Holly, John and our callers welcome Dr. Charles Adler, author of "Wizards, Aliens and Starships: Physics and Math in Fantasy and Science Fiction" to discuss how much "sci" fits in the audience's "sci-fi", from space elevators to transporters to the end of the universe. Be sure to join us live! We're on the Mission Log Facebook page every Monday at 7pm Pacific/10pm Eastern
On this episode, Mike and Emilie are joined by Blake Rogers and his dad, The Divine Treasury co-host, Jamie, to discuss "Starstruck." The wayward crew of the U.S.S. Protostar begin to learn about their new found ship and the United Federation of Planets when they activate a training assistant for cadets, a hologram of Kathryn Janeway. Dal decides that he should be the captain and proceeds to make a series of bad decisions regarding the course, ship board operations and interpersonal skills with the crew. Meanwhile, Rok-Tahk is tasked with keeping Gwyn under control in the brig and catching her once she's escaped. Will Gwyn get off the ship and back to her father? Has Dal led the crew down a path they can't escape from? We discuss that and more on this episode of Discovering Trek: Prodigy!
(Día Mundial de los Niños Huérfanos) «Un hálito de drogas invadía la estancia, hálito penetrante, inolvidable, fuerte. Un silencio completo reinaba y, sin embargo, sonaban en tu pulso los pasos de la Muerte. »¡Y tú, adorada enferma, todo lo comprendías! Consoladoramente, por eso me decías: “No temas. Dame un beso. No sufras inquietud ni pesadumbre. Si ves que me confieso, tú conoces mi fe: es mi costumbre.” »Y luego proseguías, serena la mirada, con una voz doliente en que ya había algo de misteriosa lejanía: “estoy mejor” y “no me duele nada”. »Afuera, ante la absorta quietud de lo Infinito, ajeno a la acechanza de inexorables daños, en la inocente paz de sus tres años jugaba nuestro hijito...»1 Con estos versos titulados «Inocencia», el poeta dominicano oriundo de San Pedro de Macorís, Virgilio Díaz Ordóñez, que escribía bajo el seudónimo de Ligio Vizardi, describe en su poemario La sombra iluminada el entorno en que su joven esposa adorada se esforzaba por prepararlo para la desdichada tarea de explicarle a su hijito por qué su mamita no volvería jamás a formar parte de su vida. Al juzgar por los siguientes versos titulados «Balada del niño huérfano», los esfuerzos de la moribunda, Ana Virginia Grullón, dieron resultado con relación a ese inocente niño de sólo tres años, Virgilio Díaz Grullón, que habría de seguir los pasos de su padre y llegaría a ser uno de los mejores narradores de la literatura dominicana:2 «Tu buena madrecita está de viaje, ¿por qué me lo preguntas? Llevaba su más blanco y leve traje, el rostro pálido y las manos juntas. Se fue una tarde lánguida de enero, –¡qué día inolvidable el día aquel!– y dejó, al perderse en el sendero, esta angustia que dice que ya no ha de volver. Esperarla es inútil, hijo mío. »Yo, para ti, inventaré el consuelo que adormece la pena y el hastío. Todo se borra al fin o se disuelve: ¡Ella se fue hasta el cielo, y ese cielo, hijo mío, no devuelve! »¿Que marche yo a buscarla? ¡Quién sabe cuántas veces he querido abalanzarme por la oscura borda e internarme, también, hasta encontrarla!, en la noche de Dios tremenda y sorda... »...Llevaba su más blanco y leve traje, el rostro pálido y las manos juntas: tu buena madrecita está de viaje, ¿por qué me lo preguntas?»3 Gracias a Dios, su Hijo Jesucristo, luego de vivir entre nosotros como uno de nosotros, sufrió y murió por nosotros. Pero a diferencia de la madre de la «Balada del niño huérfano», como Él sabía no sólo que iba a resucitar y a hacer su propio viaje al cielo, sino también que iba a volver por nosotros, nos consoló con estas palabras: «No se angustien.... No los voy a dejar huérfanos; volveré a ustedes.... En el hogar de mi Padre hay muchas viviendas.... Voy a prepararles un lugar. Y... vendré para llevármelos conmigo. Así ustedes estarán donde yo esté.»4 Más vale, entonces, que nos dispongamos a esperarlo.5 Carlos ReyUn Mensaje a la Concienciawww.conciencia.net 1 Ligio Vizardi, La sombra iluminada (San Pedro de Macorís, República Dominicana: Editorial La Nación, 1929), p. 94. En línea 14 noviembre 2016. 2 «Ligio Vizardi (1895-1968)», Dos siglos de literatura dominicana (S. XIX–XX): Poesía, Selección, prólogo y notas de Manuel Rueda (Santo Domingo, República Dominicana: Editora Corripio, 1996), p. 464. 3 Vizardi, La sombra iluminada, pp. 97-98. 4 Jn 14:1-3,18 5 Hch 1:11; 1Co 1:7; 4:5; 1Ts 1:9-10; Fil 3:20; 2Ti 4:8; Tit 2:13; Heb 9:28; Stg 5:7-9; Ap 1:7-8; 3:11; 16:15; 22:12-13,20-21
It's finally here! After months of waiting, we get the series premiere of Star Trek Prodigy - and it's excellent! Mike and Johnson are big fans from the get go - we chat about a show that will hopefully not only herald in a whole new era of Star Trek fans, but keep us old geezers entertained. Join us as we dive into some of our favorites parts of the first episode, and explore some of the mysteries the series has already thrown our way - while Johnson is crossing his fingers that John Noble gets more opportunities to chew the scenery.
Sue interviews Brian Volk-Weiss, founder and CEO of The Nacelle Company and Director of “The Center Seat: 55 Years of Star Trek,” airing now on The History Channel. According to A+E, “‘The Center Seat' unveils lesser-known stories about the franchise from the importance of addressing timely topics, the creation of the character Spock, the unrelenting fans that kept the show on air and the reruns that gave it new life. These behind-the scenes stories among thousands of hours of show footage will be coupled with interviews from the cast, crew and experts who worked on set.” HOSTS Sue GUEST Brian Volk-Weiss, @nacellecompany 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.
It's generally thought of as one of the pinnacles of early '70s TV horror and suspense, and the TV comeback for the man who first led us into the Twilight Zone. But it was also a starting point for other major talents as well, and it premiered in the late '60s. Follow Sci-Fi 5 for your daily dose of science-fiction history. Written by Earl Green Hosted by Ryan Myers
La intensidad no es cuestión de cantidad. De hecho, a veces se te atraganta y es casi peor. Voy a hablarte de cómo conseguir una vida plena y de cómo el dar-te es una de las claves para crecer. Ya sabes que soy el Padre Joaquín y Al lío es mi podcast, donde voy a ayudarte en tu crecimiento personal mientras te hablo de temas de fe, espiritualidad y estilo de vida. Me tienes en Instagram como @joaquinconp Te recuerdo que tenemos: -Worship el jueves 18 a las 20:30. Es fuego. -Aliados el viernes 19 a las 19:30. Un encuentro para novios consolidados y recién casados. Precioso. -Retiro puesta a punto el sábado 20 de 10:30 a 13:30. Una mañana para regalarte. Vente! Invita!
Paramount CEO Brian Robbins and Star Trek boss Alex Kurtzman lay out their plans for an animated Star Trek movie; a Voyager fan wows producers with his “ready room”; Marina Sirtis reminisces about her late husband Michael Lamper and the support of her Star Trek: The Next Generation castmates; and I'm letting you in on my latest interview with Brian Volk-Weiss, director of the new docuseries The Center Seat: 55 Years of Star Trek. Plus, we lost two members of our Star Trek family this week: Richard Evans and William Lucking.