Hello and welcome to our 15th case, Which sees Lee Medcalf from the Blackdog Podcast try and defend Jonathan Frakes’s Thunderbirds (Thunderbirds Not Included).
In this mini-cast, Mr Jim Moon braves undead postmen to visit the Dead Letter Office in the Great Library of Dreams and finally get round to catching up with some listener feedback!
The ESW crew get happy! Mike, Mike, Jen, and comic book colorist Charlie Kirchoff travel with the Seventh Doctor and Ace to get some sweets from the Kandy Man.
Earth Station One Episode 222 – The History of Animation Pt 2 (1930′s – 1940′s) The Rise of the Studios
This week, the ESO crew takes a look at the silly, crazy, merry, and looney cartoons of the 1930’s and 40’s. Mike, Mike, the award-winning author Bobby Nash, and Mark Heffernan discuss the rise of the many animation studios releasing classic shorts that continue to make us smile today. We also catch author Mark Beaulieu between alternate realities and hold him in the Geek Seat. Plus, Anthony Taylor tells us all we need to know about Monsterama and Mike and Bobby report on the premiere of the Starship Farragut episode, “Conspiracy of Innocence.” All this, as well as the usual Rants, Raves, Khan Report, and Shout Outs!
Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: The History of Animation pt 2 (1930′s – 1940′s)
This week, the ESO crew takes a look at things to come via the science fiction magic 8-ball. The “Very Doubtful” Director Faber, the “Reply Hazy” Mike Gordon, and the “Most Likely” to be an award-winning author Bobby Nash and joined by “Without a Doubt” Dan Haight and “Outlook Good” Dr. Scott Viguie to discuss how popular media has foretold and inspired our present and future. And speaking of inspiring, we supply writer/editor extraordinaire Jim Salicrup with his own toilet paper for The Geek Seat. Plus, the Khan Report and Shout Outs!
Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: Our Future According To Sci-Fi
The ESW crew is pleased to present a Second Doctor story we all thought was lost. With Jennifer away in an Amazing Technicolor world and Phantom Troublemaker preparing for this weekend’s Time Lord Party, Mike and Mike enlist the help of Shiksa Ravelli and Nathan Laws to discuss two times the Troughton in a classic story that takes us from an Australian beach in the near future to the bowels of the Earth. Plus, the usual Rants and Raves!
On this episode, the ESO crew is seeing double! Director Faber and the award-winning author Bobby Nash are joined by Alex Autrey and Tony Henderson as they take a look at actors who’ve been blessed to play more than one iconic character. We also take Dieselfunk author Balogun Ojetade downtown and strap him in the Geek Seat. Plus, a Heroes Con Khan Report from Howdy Mike and the usual Rants, Raves, and Shout Outs!
Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: Actors Who Became Popular for More Than One Role
On this outrageous episode of the ESO podcast, the crew celebrate summer by going camp! Mah-velous Mike Faber, Fan-Tiki-Tastic Mike Gordon, and the sultry sounds of the award-winning Bobby Nash are joined by the divine Darren Nowell and Giant Girl goddess Sabrina Pandora to explore the history of camp style in our culture. We also find out if Keith R.A. DeCandido can use his new book, The Klingon Art of War, to help prepare for battling The Geek Seat, and we chat with Time Lord rocker Ken Spivey about his new album. All this, along with the usual Rants, Raves, Khan Report, and Shout Outs!
Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: Camping with Pride
To mark the 150th episode of Hypnobobs, Mr Jim Moon embarks on an epic journey through rock and pop, tracing the history of horror, the occult, voodoo, and Old Nick Himself in popular music. And all while doing untold damage to the drinks cabinet!