Tag Archive: Big Bang Theory

Sep 02

SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 74 -Our Interview With Ian Hulme, Author of The Heavenfield Audiobook

In tonight’s Science Fiction podcast, we interview I.G. Hulme, author of the acclaimed audiobook Heavenfield. Our listeners speak out and we announce the Stargate Trivia winner. In news, Douglas Adam’s returns to TV, Doctor Who changes the game, Star Wars from the 1920’s, The Planet of the Apes’ prequel, Ghostbusters 3, Magneto is Dead, and we talk about the rise of the fan girl. Miles brings us This Week in Star Trek where Shatner boldly claims “We Are Not Alone.” Rado gives us his SciFi Five in Five to wrap up the show: shows he thought would be terrible but ended up good!

Aug 26

SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 73 – Mary, the DVD Geeks’ Televixen, joins us to talk about 2010’s Fall Genre Shows.

On the menu tonight, we bring you the Fall line-up of genre television shows with Mary, The DVD Geeks’ Televixen. We first share some Stargate Atlantis Triva. Our Fall line-up discussion begins with those shows which will not return: Dollhouse, Legend of the Seeker, Heroes, 24, Flash Forward, and Lost. We continue by looking at the shows which will return: Vampire Diaries, Fringe, V, Caprica, Human Target, Dexter, Chuck, Big Bang Theory, Smallville, Supernatural, Sanctuary, and Stargate Universe. We end by looking at those shows which will debut: The Cape, The Event, No Ordinary Family, $#*! My Dad Says, and the Walking Dead. Miles brings us the TWIST and Mary, the DVD Geeks’ Televixen, brings The SciFi Five in Five with the five films that should never be remade.

Feb 24

SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 52 – An Interview with Sam Witwer: Starkiller from the Force Unleashed, Doomsday from Smallville, and Crashdown from Battlestar Galactica

On this science fiction podcast, we interview Sam Witwer, Starkiller from the Force Unleashed, Crashdown from BSG, and Doomsday from Smallville. Also on the menu tonight we have two listener e-mails to share, trivia with a very special prize, what TV shows are coming back, might come back, and have been axed, a New Flash Gordon Movie in the works, DVD news on 2012, Where the Wild Things Are, and Santa Claus Conquers the Martians and find out whether Kirk and Spock would have survived warp speed. I also give my top 5 SciFi’s Sexiest women in our SciFi Five in Five.

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