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With the recent passing of Leonard Nimoy, and Harve Bennett, we thought it was time to tackle Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan! The 50th anniversary of Gene Roddenberry's Star Trek is also quickly approaching! Join us as we discuss the second movie in this long running science fiction series!
STAR TREK MONTH CONTINUES HERE ON CLOBBERIN' TIME! WE HAD A BLAST LAST WEEK DOING OUR TOP 25 ALL TIME FAVORITE STAR TREK: THE ORIGINAL SERIES EPISODES! NOW, WHICH ARE THE WORST STAR TREK EPISODES? WHO KNOWS? ALL WE CAN DO IS LIST THE ONES THAT WE FIND TO BE THE BIGGEST STINKERS OF AN OTHERWISE GREAT SHOW! SO, MATT AND FLASH WILL TEAM UP WITH ME TONIGHT TO DO JUST THAT! WE LOVE STAR TREK; BUT, THAT DOESN'T MEAN IT WAS PERFECT! SO, TONIGHT, WE'LL JUST HAVE A BIT OF FUN GOOFING ON SOME OF THE LESSER, OR FLAWED TREK EPISODES! IT'S ALL IN GOOD TREK GEEK FUN!!!
Long Road to Ruin is back from its holiday hiatus. Our special guest host this week is author of,"A Funeral Story goo.gl/2kNgeH " and guide through space...the final frontier, Jason Offutt. We'll be reviewing the Star Trek: The Spock Trilogy (2 - Wrath of Khan, 3 - The Search for Spock and 4 - The Voyage Home). We hope you'll join us as we take the nerdy and make it...less nerdy.
Beyond his success as a casting director, Campobasso’s other passion is to write and direct stories that cause people to think, to raise their consciousness, to expand their minds about Creation, all while still entertaining in the Hollywood tradition. His profound experiences over the past three decades can be gleaned in his book, The Autobiography of an ExtraTerrestrial Saga: I AM Thyron, which was published on 11/11/11 and is the first in a trilogy about the second coming of Consciousness. With high praise in a foreword by world renowned author and psychic Sylvia Browne suggests the book to anyone who enjoys a remarkable story and sees it being a movie like Avatar. Kevin Kilner, star of Gene Roddenberry’s Earth: Final Conflict says “Like Gene Roddenberry, Campobasso’s writing teaches us how to live harmoniously on Earth by looking to our future in the stars. Gene would be proud!”
Hosts Andrea Perron and George Lopez will pilot this new launch into a vast sea of discovery of ourselves, our world and the universe.
"A World Awakening" strives to unify, empower and give voice to an ever-expanding collective of like-minded individuals who seek Light, gathering together as a cohesive global community. Changing the world begins with changing the mind. Our singular intention, our mission is to serve, to love, to explore, inform and enlighten, promoting peace along the path of a spiritual journey destined to achieve understanding of our eternal connection. We seek the truth which will liberate and elevate humanity.
"Let us live simply in the freshness of the present moment, in the clarity of pure, awakened mind." Matthieu Ricard
Tonight I, and my new co-host Jim Yager will look at the phenomenon of "Star Trek" with a broad brush and try to knit some of the pieces together. Look at the controversial choice of Rick Berman as his successor, and the feeling among the fan community that his wife Majel, who helped with shows like "Earth: Final Conflict" and others, would have made a better choice.
On tonight's show, we will be speaking with Dr. James Forsher about his new documentary The Gene "Star Trek" Roddenberry Project. In this new film Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry personally narrates his experience creating his vision of our future.
Gene Roddenberry was a seasoned writer, producer and a tough negotiator. Today, he is best remembered as the man who created the Star Trek Franchise. He was also a private man and gave few interviews.
To help support this wonderful project please check out their Kickstarter campaign.
To join our conversation call (347) 850-8907.
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David Gerrold is an American science fiction screenwriter and novelist known for his script for the popular original Star Trek episode "The Trouble With Tribbles", for creating the Sleestak race on the TV series Land of the Lost, and for his novelette The Martian Child, which won both Hugo and Nebula awards, and was adapted into a 2007 film starring John Cusack. He wrote episodes of original series' and animated series', and also worked as a story editor on Star Trek: The Next Generation. He left near the end of that series' first season in a dispute with Gene Roddenberry.
Gerrold wrote the scripts for the original series' "The Trouble with Tribbles" and its sequel, the animated series' "More Tribbles, More Troubles", as well as The Animated Series episode "Bem". The first of these was nominated for a Hugo Award in the category "Best Dramatic Presentation", which he shared with Joseph Pevney. He provided the story, along with Oliver Crawford, for TOS: "The Cloud Minders". He also provided an uncredited rewrite of the final draft of the script for TOS: "I, Mudd".
Join David and host Marc B. Lee for an enchanting evening.
In this episode Ill be interviewing Director, Writer, and Actor Adam Sonnet.
Adam is involved in many projects, several in the science fiction realm. Included in
these projects is the upcoming film series "Space Command" created by
legendary science fiction writer/director Marc Zicree.
He is currently in the early pre production phase of creating a feature length movie based on his
super cool science fiction comic series called "Space Dominators".
Aside from writing, and directing Adam is also a extremly talented Voice over artist. Having done work on a
wide array of cartoons, videogames, films, and tv. He also co-produced the well known fan film Star Trek: Phoenix based off of Gene Roddenberry's vision of the future.
Join us as we talk about the things he's working on, sci-fi, and much more!!
Eugene W. Roddenberry, son of the late "Star Trek" creator Gene Roddenberry, joins Michael Hinman and Alpha Waves Radio for a great discussion about the state of Star Trek, as well as his plans to work with Imagine Entertainment and Tim Minear to bring back "The Questor Tapes." PLUS: Are you having issues with Star Trek Online? Is it playing great? We talk about that, too!
The name "Enterprise" is one that has a rich legacy and a long tradition in maritime and naval history. In These Are The Voyages, author, Arnold van Beverhoudt, tells the story of more than 75 vessels named "Enterprise." This is a fascinating story that stretches from the very real 16th Century battles of the Spanish Armada to the fictional 26th Century voyages of Gene Roddenberry's starships "Enterprise."
Arnold acquaints us with a French frigate that was captured by the British Royal Navy in 1705 and became the first HMS Enterprise. In 1775, the first American "Enterprise" helped to ward off the British during the Revolutionary War. In the early 1800s, the schooner USS Enterprise and her crew fought valiantly against French privateers, the ruthless Barbary pirates of the Mediterranean, the powerful ships of the Royal Navy, and the crafty pirates of the Caribbean.
The story continues with tales of other vessels named "Enterprise" that explored the frozen Northwest Passage, steamed the seas and rivers of the United States, Canada, Australia, and India for commercial trade, fought valiant battles during World War II, and sailed the oceans of the world for more than 50 years under nuclear power in defense of freedom. But the story of the name "Enterprise" doesn't end there. There were also hydrogen-filled balloons, Goodyear blimps, a NASA space shuttle, and a privately-owned spaceship named "Enterprise." In the fictional world of television and motion pictures, there have also been starships that carried the name "USS Enterprise" into the deepest reaches of space.
In addition to a 130-page narrative history of vessels named Enterprise, These Are The Voyages devotes about 35 pages to appendices.
David Winning, PT 3, director ,16 features, 25 series, over 100 TV credits is mainly known for his work on Gene Roddenberry’s Andromeda, MGM’s Stargate: Atlantis, ABC’s Dinotopia and the HBO thriller Exception to The Rule, starring Kim Cattrall, Sean Young and Eric McCormack. At 27, he landed directing gigs on the Canadian-produced Friday the 13th: The Series for Paramount Pictures he received three Canadian Emmy Award nominations. M. Night Shyamalan has cited Winning’s episode of Nickelodeon’s Are You Afraid of the Dark: The Tale of the Dream Girl, as the inspiration for The Sixth Sense. His episodic work has received twenty-four first places at the Houston Film Festival, a Gold Hugo and two Silver Hugos in Chicago, and Four national Gemini nominations for Best Director/Dramatic Series. He has received over 60 international awards. He has directed many international stars including: Daniel Baldwin, Patrick Duffy, Peter Strauss, William Devane, Peta Wilson, Markie Post, Lance Henriksen, Frederic Forrest, Jason Connery, Carl Weathers, Margot Kidder, Michael Sarrazin, Bruce Boxleitner, Lesley Ann Warren, Martin Mull and many more. Recently he directed Kevin Sorbo, Robert Englund and Bruce Dern in a Trilogy of monster movies for the US SYFY Channel and Hallmark Entertainment - RHI Films New York and episodes of the Vampire series Blood Ties for Lifetime TV and episodes of TODD AND THE BOOK OF PURE EVIL, for SPACE CHANNEL -- and supervised and directed the far north adventure series YUKONIC! which debuted in 2011 LOST GIRL for Showcase and the SYFY Channel and a Rob Lowe Christmas movie for HALLMARK. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at rexsikes.com
In addition to the weekly format of The New Essenes; this evening's show allows you to feel your way around the Mouth. Join us each week as we expand into a deeper kNOWing.
The New Essenes is a gathering of ordinary people practicing deep introspection as a way to solve everyday problems. Our inquiry is based on the idea that language is alive and that the Word is where our Power lives: since speech is an act, communication is not what is said and done, but the result of what is said and done.
By joining in and coming back, we increasingly benefit from the distilled essence of an ultimate method of inquiry, based on Sacred Geometry and known as the Path of XPR.
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