When you think of Star Trek Deep Space Nine you not only think of the main cast but the many recurring characters in the show. This is a show with a strong supporting cast that Eugenia and Gerri could have spent hours discussing. To choose just a few of them was proving a challenge for them both as one name lead to another including Gul Dukat, Garak and or course the magnificent Ferengi. One of these memorable characters was Leeta who was not only a Dabo girl but also the consort of the Grand Nagus. In this podcast Eugenia and Gerri interview Chase Masterson who played Leeta. Thanks go to Scott and Diana Liston from First Contact Conventions, www.firstcontactconvention.com.au for arranging the interview. Listen and find out about Chase’s time on the show and some of her other projects and you even get to listen to a sample of songs from her album which can be purchased through her website www.chasemasterson.com .
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!
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.
Eugenia and Gerri joined by guest presenter Marlene recall their first experiences of going to a Sci Fi convention. You will hear their excitement, their fears and their memories of that special ‘first time’ when they went from geek to “Geek”!
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.
Lt Reed From Armoury Man to Funny Man
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.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.
Filetype: audio/mpeg, mp3
Filesize: 19.6 MB