SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 127 – Our Interview with Chris and Charity Wood from Bye Bye Robot, Subspace Communique, and Life After Trek.

March 3rd, 2012 by Scott

Tonight on the SciFi Diner, we are serving an interview with Chris and Charity Wood of Bye Bye Robot, Subspace Communique, and Life After Trek. We also grive you a final chance to with an autographed Tricia Helfer photo. In news, we cover: TV ratings for scifi genre shows, an In Time & The People vs George Lucas review, the new Avengers trailer & poster, and find out how you can live forever. Miles brings us the TWIST: Leonard Nimoy To Finally Do Big Bang Theory Cameo. We end with Chris and Charity Wood giving us their SciFi in Five.

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SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 109 – Our Interview With Connor Jessup From Falling Skies; Chris Wood Joins Us To Talk About Star Trek Las Vegas

August 25th, 2011 by Scott

On tonight’s Science Fiction podcast, we interview with Connor Jessup from Falling Skies. We also give you a chance to win a real autographed picture of a System lord from Stargate SG-1. Chris Wood from Subspace Communique and Life After Trek joins us to talk about the following news: Assunder with John Mierau, Spoilers don’t Spoil, Summer Glau Roles, The 70’s Captain America is really irked, Danger Girl coming soon, and DVD: X-men: First Class comes next month. Miles gives the TWIST: Next Gen sale, a Cat Tower, and Vulcan might be back in Star Trek Two. Chris Wood talks about Star Trek Las Vegas and ends the show with his top five moments from the Con.

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SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 80 – How Important is Science in Science Fiction? John from ThinkGeek, Darren from The Trekcast Podcast, and Chris from Subspace Communique and Life After Trek.

October 15th, 2010 by Scott

Here on this science fiction podcast, we decided to go with a simple menu tonight. As an appetizer we give you the trivia winner for the trivia question from the past two weeks. Our main dish though is a culinary delight. Ok, ok. Enough with the food puns. We discuss the age old question: does science fiction need science?

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