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Recently I was a guest on the Tandem with the Random podcast, episode 27 celebrating the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who. It is hosted by Brian Kelley @bktandem and is available now. In it, I speak of first discovering Doctor Who and becoming a fan, founding the Gallifreyan Embassy, and eventually launching the podcast, Doctor Who: Podshock. Thanks to Brian for having me on, it was delight to do. You can check out the podcast yourself, the link is below with further details pertaining to the episode.
Our First Completely New Episode of Doctor Who: Podshock from Beginning to End Since Superstorm Sandy
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 283
Running Time: 1:58:29
Doctor Who Year in Review: We look back over the past year of Doctor Who at related major news events including Matt Smith leaving, John Hurt as the Doctor, Peter Capaldi as the new Doctor, lost episodes recovered, and more. Our first completely new full length episode from beginning to end since Superstorm Sandy! Hosted by Louis Trapani, Dave Cooper, and Ian Bisset.
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There's nothing quite like it. It was August 2008, just two weeks before the closing of the Star Trek Experience in Las Vegas, NV and there I was standing on the bridge of the starship Enterprise. It's an incredible feeling for a life-long Star Trek fan. Now this was the bridge of the Galaxy Class starship Enterprise NCC-1701-D as featured on Star Trek: The Next Generation, not the original bridge from the original series, but it was no less exciting at the time. 21 years after we first saw Captain Picard command from it, relaunching Star Trek back on television, there I was standing on what seemed to be an exact replica of the television set.
The Sonic Newsdriver 20120830
Selected Doctor Who related news delivered sonically.
For Earth-date: Thursday, the 30th of August 2012
In this episode: First Things First, Get a Life - A Pond Life, An Adventure in Space and Time, Regenderation, The Rani? and more!
Hosted by Louis Trapani • @LouisTrapani
Can the original Star Trek series continue on its five year mission where it left off in 1969? The creators of Star Trek Continues think so.
The original Star Trek series has been recast and is attempting to pick up immediately where the original series left off before it was cancelled. Can they bring back the magic of the original series in this new web-based series? Perhaps if they stay true to the spirit of the original series and the vision of Gene Roddenberry and those that shaped the original production (at least for the first two seasons) they can.