It’s a bumper Talkin’ Science for Trekzone’s 200th podcast today.
The Star Trek Rumour Mill – a place where it’s typically more important to be first with the headlines to get the views and ad revenue than it is to be correct. Join us as we look at the Two Sides to this topic.
Ketwolski didn’t start out debunking the headlines of these channels, but has recently dived into cracking the minutia of these clickbait headlines.
Brad’s live in person on this week’s Talkin’ Science. We’ve got the details on Russia’s first robot in space, alleged cyber crime on the ISS and three new exoplanets discovered!
Even though Olivia was a one-time guest star on The Next Generation, she is a prolific actress with dozens of guest star credits to her name – from Law and Order to The Clone Wars. She takes some time in our final STLV 2019 interview to talk about her work, the fans and Jedi Master Luminara Unduli’s journey in the Star Wars animated series.
You might not know the name, but you’ve definitely seen Glenn Morshower in at least one of your favourite shows. With over 200 credits to his name, Glenn is of a similar stock to James Horan – the go-to guy for a commanding guest star appearance on Star Trek.
Forever an Ensign to the show, but not in fans hearts – Garrett Wang is with me today to discuss Harry Kim and Voyager. He’s a fan of science fiction and revels in meeting the fans, hosting panels at other cons and being apart of the whole experience for fans…
John burst onto the Star Trek scene in TNG’s pilot Encounter at Farpoint as the scary and omnipotent being called Q. Since then he has gone on to reprise the role numerous times across TNG and Voyager, including a one time appearance on Deep Space Nine. At the end of a long day chatting with fans, John takes a moment to reflect on his time on the show…
Our weekly dive into all the exciting science and space news you could ever hope for! Today, Brad and I discuss a new space shuttle design, spacecraft Juno’s discovery of Jupiter’s core, Supernova dust found in the Antarctic and what quite possibly could be a black hole swallowing a neutron star!
First coming to Star Trek as Kirstie Alley’s replacement for Lieutenant Saavik, Robin Curtis brought a genuine warmth to the character that cared for Spock during our original gang’s rescue of the Vulcan science officer before being left behind on Vulcan as they returned to Earth in the following movie.
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