This is the collective feed for the Podcasting Gear Show, The Dune Saga Podcast, the SciFi Diner Podcast, and the Haiti in Focus Podcast. These shows are hosted by Scott Hertzog, Miles. P. McLoughlin, David B. Moulton, Jim Arrowood, M. Sieiro Garcia, and Kristen Hertzog

Sidney Williams Sidney Williams, as of 2020, is the author of 11 novels including recent releases: Disciples of the Serpent, Dark Hours and Midnight Eyes. His early books include When Darkness Falls, Blood Hunter, Night Brothers and Azarius. Additionally, he wrote three young adult horror novels under the name Michael August. Sidney’s short work has also appeared in Cemetery Dance, Eulogy, Sanitarium and in diverse anthologies including Quoth the Rave, Under the Fang, Demon Sex, Crafty Cat Crimes and Hot Blood: Deadly After Dark. Sidney’s Silverline checklist: The Mantus Files 1-4 Marauder 1-4 The Scary Book GN Sirens 1-4 Sidney’s social media links: Website: https://sidisalive.com/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/SidneyWilliamsBooks/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Sidney_Williams

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Star Trek: The Animated Series (TAS), originally aired as Star Trek and as The Animated Adventures of Gene Roddenberry's Star Trek, is an American animated science fiction television series created by Gene Roddenberry. It originally aired from September 8, 1973 to October 12, 1974 on NBC, spanning 22 episodes over two seasons. The second series in the Star Trek franchise, it is the first sequel to Star Trek: The Original Series. Set in the 23rd century, when Earth is part of a United Federation of Planets, it follows the adventures of the Starfleet vessel USS Enterprise as it explores the Milky Way galaxy. After the cancellation of The Original Series in 1969, the live action show proved popular in syndication and generated significant fan enthusiasm. This resulted in Roddenberry's decision to continue the series in animated form. Much of the original cast returned to provide voice-overs for their characters. Show writers David Gerrold and D. C. Fontana characterized The Animated Series as effectively a fourth season of The Original Series. The adventures of the characters continued in cinematic form, the first being the 1979 film Star Trek: The Motion Picture. The Animated Series was the original cast's last episodic portrayal of the characters until the "cartoon-like" graphics of the Star Trek: 25th Anniversary computer game in 1992 as well as its sequel Star Trek: Judgment Rites in 1993. Both appeared after the cast's final film together, Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, released in December 1991. The Animated Series was critically acclaimed and was the first Star Trek series to win an Emmy Award when its second season won the 1975 Emmy for Outstanding Entertainment – Children's Series.

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SCIFI DINER PODCAST 388 - WHY ANIME ADAPTATIONS FAIL; THE CURSE OF THE DEPARTING SHOWRUNNER; AND OTHER DISCUSSIONS Our stories and discussion tonight:Author Michael Jan Friedman's The Immigrant and Other Stories Kickstarter - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1354092292/the-immigrant-and-other-stories SpaceX's 1st astronaut launch was NASA's most-watched online event ever Star Trek: Strange New Worlds – Setting Up A James T. Kirk Spinoff? Farpoint 2021 Guest ListRuby Rose's Batwoman Exit: The Story Behind Her Shocking Departure NBC’s Peacock event previews Battlestar Galactica reboot from Mr. Robot creator

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Dune Saga Podcast #31 - Dune News and Listener Feedback Visit us at: dunesagapodcast.com and at https://www.facebook.com/dunesagapodcast/

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