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Podcast 39

Lt Reed From Armoury Man to Funny Man

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Submitted by Eugenia on May 15, 2011 at 13:00 pm

Gerri and Eugenia had the chance to once again see Dominic Keating at a Convention (third time for Gerri), he had been in Adelaide a number of years before, this time though they had the added pleasure of interviewing him at a First Contact Convention www.firstcontactconventions.com.au .  So, if you hadn’t guessed this podcast is about the series Star Trek: Enterprise.  The two of them explore the highs and lows of this Trek incarnation discussing its beginning and end.  You also get to listen to a very entertaining interview with Dominic Keating about his role of Lt Malcolm Reed, and his thoughts on the storylines.  For an added treat you get to hear Dominic’s alternative version of the Enterprise theme, he has a pretty good voice you know.

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  1. Vimto Sunday, 22 May 2011

    Just a little bit on your passing comment on Eureka.

    Yes, the Australian accent is somewhat the equivalent of Dick van Dyke in Mary Poppins for a Brit accent BUT the actor concerned is Matt Frewer. Look him up on IMDB, his history is somewhat special with regard to sci-fi and cult programmes and it's always a delight to see him on TV even with a dodgy accent. :)
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