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Trek.fm brings you new talk and interviews each day covering every corner of the Star Trek universe. The Trek.fm Master Feed contains every episode of every show, and may also include content and messages not available in our individual show feeds. If you're looking for an easy way to sample the full range of our content, or if you normally listen to all of our shows as they come out, subscribe to Trek.fm Complete!

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By Kisstodian - Sep 01 2018
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Every podcast on Trek.fm in one place, get it you won’t regret it.

My Favorite Podcast

By Kindyj - Apr 03 2016
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Love it! I listen as soon as a new episode comes out!

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66 Ratings
Average Ratings
54
8
2
0
2

#50

By Kisstodian - Sep 01 2018
Read more
Every podcast on Trek.fm in one place, get it you won’t regret it.

My Favorite Podcast

By Kindyj - Apr 03 2016
Read more
Love it! I listen as soon as a new episode comes out!
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Star Trek Podcasts: Trek.fm Complete Master Feed

Latest release on Aug 13, 2020

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Primitive Culture : 92: It’s Alive!

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Frankenstein and the Star Trek universe.

Originally published in 1818, Mary Shelley’s groundbreaking gothic novel Frankenstein has been a major influence on many works of dystopian science fiction—so much so that many critics argue she invented the genre. Star Trek itself has borrowed from the literary masterpiece—as well as it’s most famous film adaptation—on numerous occasions, from Guinan joking that the eponymous scientist was an old friend in “Evolution” to the crew of the NX-01 bickering over the 1931 movie in “Horizon.”

In this episode of Primitive Culture, host Duncan Barrett is joined by Brandi Jackola for a look at the pervasive influence of Shelley’s novel on the Star Trek universe, from The Original Series through to Picard. We discuss Trek’s various mad scientists—among them the three Soongs, played by Brent Spiner, all of whom owe a major debt to Shelley’s protagonist—as well as look at how the author’s deep empathy for the hideous, ungodly “creature” at the heart of her novel chimes perfectly with Trek’s own approach to humanizing the most alien of antagonists.

Chapters
Intro (00:00:00)
From Prometheus to Picard (00:06:45)
“Prototype,” “Drone,” and “Life Support” (00:19:29)
Cheating Death (00:43:00)
Mad Soongs (00:56:37)
Slippery Slopes (01:08:28)

Host
Duncan Barrett

Guest
Brandi Jackola

Production
Duncan Barrett (Editor and Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Tony Black (Associate Producer) Clara Cook (Associate Producer) Norman C. Lao (Associate Producer) Amy Nelson (Associate Producer)

Aug 13 2020

1hr 20mins

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Mission Log : 364 - The Assignment

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Another rough patch for Miles and Keiko O'Brien? That doesn't sound right. Maybe it will pass on its own. Or maybe it's the ancient pah-wraith that has taken up residence in Keiko's body and is ordering Miles to sabotage Deep Space Nine. The Assignment is our assignment on this week's Mission Log.

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Aug 13 2020

1hr 11mins

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The 602 Club : 293: Embrace the Absurdity

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Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.

A movie can receive great reviews and still not make it at the box office, such was the case with Edgar Wright's first foray into the comic book genre.

In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris talk about Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. We discuss the comics, adapting the comic, the box office, the original ending, the setting, the cast, a hold over you, the baggage we carry, responsibility, ratings and our recommendations.

Chapters
The Comics (00:02:46)
Adapting the Comics (00:05:03)
The Box Office (00:12:19)
Original Ending (00:18:26)
The Setting (00:22:51)
The Cast (00:27:05)
A Hold Over You (00:35:11)
The Baggage We Carry (00:38:07)
Responsibility (00:42:24)
Ratings (00:46:03)
Recommendations (00:50:26)

Host
Matthew Rushing

Co-Host
Christy Morris

Production
Matthew Rushing (Editor and Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Executive Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Associate Producer) Davis Grayson (Associate Producer) Daniel Noa (Associate Producer) Ryan Maillet (Associate Producer)

Aug 12 2020

54mins

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The Trek Files : 5-19 The Gamesters of Pentathlon - August 1, 1967

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Angelique Pettyjohn guest-starred in The Gamesters of Triskelion and immediately became an iconic part of Star Trek. This week, we welcome John Flynn who has written a new autobiography on Angelique to share stories about her getting the role, her time on set and encounter with Captain Kirk.

See the documents: facebook.com/thetrekfiles

Aug 11 2020

21mins

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Mission Log Live : 117 - Lower Decks Episode 1"Second Contact"

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Star Trek: Lower Decks has beamed down at last. John and guest host Ashley V. Robinson talk about what they liked, and so do our callers and listeners!

Be sure to join us live! We're on the Mission Log Facebook page facebook.com/missionlogpod every Monday at 7pm Pacific/10pm Eastern

Aug 11 2020

1hr 1min

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The Ready Room : 226: Waiting Naked in a Shuttlepod

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Lower Decks pre-launch thoughts and Star Trek Emmy nominations.

After almost five decades, Star Trek is returning to animation under the guidance of Mike McMahan, writer and producer of the Cartoon Network animated comedy series Rick and Morty and creator of the Hulu animated series Solar Opposites. What does he have in store for Star Trek fans?

In this episode of The Ready Room, hosts C Bryan Jones and Larry Nemecek explore the upcoming series and what it could mesan for the franchise, as well their expectations for this excursion to the Lower Decks. We also discuss the Star Trek franchise’s six Emmy nominations and how virtual cons are changing the nature of fan interaction in the age of coronavirus.

Hosts
C Bryan Jones and Larry Nemecek

Production
C Bryan Jones (Editor and Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Executive Producer) Norman C. Lao (Associate Producer) Renee Roberts (Associate Producer)

Aug 10 2020

2hr

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Primitive Culture : 91: What’s in a Name, Part II

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Episode titles in The Animated Series and The Next Generation.

As we continue our look at Star Trek episode titles, host Duncan Barrett is joined in this episode of Primitive Culture by Tony Black for a look at the naming strategies of The Animated Series and The Next Generation. Did Michael Piller really put an end to the era of the poetic, evocative title, or did TNG simply find other ways to play with the weekly nomenclature? What is sharper than a serpent’s tooth? Just who does watch the watchers? And which man was being measured when Data found himself on trial?

Guest
Tony Black

Production
Tony Black (Editor) Duncan Barrett (Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Executive Producer) Tony Black (Associate Producer) Clara Cook (Associate Producer) Norman C. Lao (Associate Producer) Amy Nelson (Associate Producer) Richard Marquez (Production Manager)

Aug 06 2020

1hr 58mins

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Mission Log : 363 - Nor the Battle to the Strong

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Jake Sisko gets a firsthand look at the horrors of war when he and Dr. Bashir are diverted to help out at a medical unit. Cowardice and courage go under the microscope when Nor the Battle to the Strong goes into the Mission Log.

Get in touch with us!

On Facebook: facebook.com/missionlogpod

On Twitter: @missionlogpod

On Skype: missionlogpod

On the phone: (323) 522-5641

Online: missionlogpodcast.com

Patreon: patreon.com/missionlog

Aug 06 2020

1hr 15mins

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Interphase : 1: What Color Is Romulan Zima?

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Lower Decks pre-launch speculation.

Starfleet is preparing to become animated once again in the new CBS All Access series Star Trek: Lower Decks. Mike McMahan, writer and producer of the Cartoon Network animated comedy series Rick and Morty and creator of the Hulu animated series Solar Opposites, is introducing us to the people who really make a starship run. Apart from two 2019 installments of Short Treks—“Ephraim and Dot” and “The Girl Who Made the Stars”—Lower Decks marks the first “cartoon” incarnation of the franchise since Star Trek: The Animated Series (1973–74) and follows the support crew serving on one of Starfleet’s least important ships, the USS Cerritos, in the year 2380.

In this premiere episode of Interphase, Trek.fm’s new Star Trek Universe podcast, host C Bryan Jones is joined by Hayley Stoddart, Zachary Fruhling, and Chris Chaplin to discuss our expectations, whether Star Trek is the right platform for comedy, our thoughts on the crew and the ship, and whether a fractured fandom can—or should—be reunited.

Host
C Bryan Jones

Guests
Hayley Stoddart, Zachary Fruhling, and Chris Chaplin

Production
C Bryan Jones (Editor and Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Renee Roberts (Associate Producer)

Aug 06 2020

1hr 14mins

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The 602 Club : 292: Adequate Lantern

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Green Lantern: Extended Edition.

As the Dark Knight trilogy is coming to an end, Warner Brothers decides that it will finally green light a film that had been in development since 1997 to be its next superhero venture.

In this episode of The 602 Club hosts Matthew Rushing and Christy Morris welcome John Mills to talk about Green Lantern: Extended Edition. We discuss if we saw it in the theater, the comics, pre-production, an introduction, explaining the Corps, living in a Shadow, Carol Ferris, Ryan Reynolds, the tone, Mark Strong, villains, CGI suites, the score, our ratings and recommendations.

Chapters
See it in the Theater? (00:03:12)
Comics (00:05:22)
Brightest Day, Blackest Night (00:09:06)
Introduction (00:15:06)
Explaining the Corps (00:25:14)
Living in a Shadow (00:29:24)
The Power of Fear/Carol Ferris (00:36:01)
Ryan Reynolds (00:43:00)
The Tone (00:47:22)
Mark Strong (00:52:16)
Villains (00:57:46)
CGI Suit (01:00:51)
The Score (01:05:04)
Ratings (01:07:40)
Recommendation (01:13:47)

Host
Matthew Rushing

Co-Host
Christy Morris

Guest
John Mills

Production
Matthew Rushing (Editor and Producer) C Bryan Jones (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Executive Producer) Matthew Rushing (Executive Producer) Ken Tripp (Associate Producer) Davis Grayson (Associate Producer) Daniel Noa (Associate Producer) Ryan Maillet (Associate Producer)

Aug 05 2020

1hr 21mins

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