Eugenia and Gerri got to interview not only one of Star Trek: The Next Generation icons, but three of them. In this first interview of a three part The Next Generation series they interview LeVar Burton otherwise known as Geordie LaForge, the Chief Engineer of the USS Enterprise. They also discuss the Chief Engineers of all the Star Trek incarnations. They caught up with LeVar at the First Contact Convention www.firstcontactconventions.com.au in Melbourne Australia.
Gerri and Eugenia talk about one of their favourite incarnations of Star Trek the sometimes maligned Star Trek Voyager! However, the appeal to the Women Talk Sci Fi presenters is of course that this show has more strong female characters than any other does! However, this is not only their point of discussion they talk about, the longest serving Ensign in Starfleet, the very much indomitable Harry Kim. Yes the interview with this episode is none other than Garrett Wang. So sit back and enjoy! Thanks to Scotty and Diana from First Contact Conventions www.firstcontactconventions.com.au.
Ever watched a show and noticed that this one-off, short term character stays with you? In this episode Gerri and Eugenia discuss characters that impact the world of Star Trek. Whom do you remember? Which of the five Star Trek incarnations was able to deliver more of these than the other shows? Gerri and Eugenia discuss the characters that impacted them from the one-off to a short stint recurring character. They look at all incarnations of the show and tell us which stuck in with them. Do you agree with them? Who made an impact on you? They also had the opportunity to talk to Hallie Todd www.hallietoddstudios.com who played Lal, Data’s daughter in the episode The Offspring about her time on the show and the new movie she has produced with her husband Glenn Withrow called The Mooring www.themooringmovie.com Thanks to Scotty and Diana from First Contact Conventions www.firstcontactconventions.com.au.
Join Gerri, Eugenia and guest presenter Marlene for the final instalment of their Star Trek episodes prior to the public world premiere. This time around is an in-depth interview with John Cho who plays Hikaru Sulu. Gerri and Eugenia also share their thoughts and feelings about their first contact with Star Trek. Check it out now on Women Talk Sci Fi.
This has to be the funniest podcast Eugenia and Gerri have recorded to date. They caught up with Rene Auberjonois and Ethan Phillips at The Hub Productions www.thehubproductions.com Convention in Adelaide, Australia. In this interview they had trouble keeping their giggles low and almost forgot to ask questions. Listen and find out why, you will enjoy it!
Fan Sites to Fan Fiction
Submitted by Eugenia on July 08, 2011 at 19:38 pm
In this podcast Eugenia and Gerri interview Herb Jefferson Jr. Boomer from the original Battlestar Galactica TV series but, that is not what this podcast is about. They explore the world of fan fiction in particular Star Trek fan fiction films. What is the link between Herb Jefferson Jr and Star Trek fan fiction? You will just have to listen and the connection will become clear! Thanks goes to Daniel and Lionel from Supanova for the interview www.supanova.com Eugenia and Gerri talk about the wonderful animated series Star Trek Aurora www.auroratrek.com that every Star Trek fan should watch and you can read about Tim Vinning creator of Star Trek Aurora in their free e-zine GE News – Women Talk Sci Fi www.genews-ezine.com. There are many fan fiction sites Star Trek Intrepid www.starshipintrepid.net, Star Trek Hidden Frontier www.hiddenfrontier.com and Star Trek Of Gods and Men www.startrekofgodsandmen.com which is filled with Star Trek alumni. Trekkie Central Magazine is a great resource for star trek fan fiction www.trekkiemagazine.mfbiz.com and Eugenia and Gerri are head writers.Listen or download this episode by clicking on an icon below. Whilst listening why not rate, vote in our poll or leave a comment. You can subscribe by RSS, Email or iTunes and get each new episode automatically.
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