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"Trek Untold" is the Star Trek podcast that goes beyond the stars! This show features guests including character actors, stunt performers, directors, writers, VFX artists, and the behind-the-scenes people who make the Star Trek universe boldly go where no sci-fi franchise has gone before. The Trek Untold podcast is not endorsed by, sponsored by, nor affiliated with CBS, Paramount Pictures, or any other Star Trek franchise
 
A pop culture time machine! Each episode covers that very week from 30 years ago, 20 years ago and 10 years ago, which means each show is loaded with forgotten movies, timeless TV episodes and songs best left to the past. We'll examine TV, movies, music and video games from the 90s, 2000s, and 2010s. Come remember with us!
 
Felix Kersten oli SS-päällikkö Heinrich Himmlerin salaperäinen henkilääkäri, joka kertoi pelastaneensa kymmenien tuhansien keskitysleirivankien elämän. Oliko hän hyväntekijä vai huijari — vai yhtä aikaa molempia?Ja miksi Himmlerin monikasvoinen hieroja kiinnostaa dokumentaristi Arto Koskista vuosikymmenestä toiseen?Tapaus Felix Kersten -podcast perustuu Arto Koskisen kokemuksiin elokuvan ‘Kuka oli Felix Kersten?’ tekemisestä 90-luvun lopulla. Elokuvan oli tarkoitus kertoa hyvästä ja unohdetu ...
 
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In the late 1940s, CBS chairman William S. Paley, a fan of the Philip Marlowe radio series, asked his programming chief, Hubell Robinson, to develop a hardboiled Western series, a show about a "Philip Marlowe of the Old West". Robinson instructed his West Coast CBS Vice President, Harry Ackerman, who had developed the Philip Marlowe series, to take on the task. Ackerman and his scriptwriters, Mort Fine and David Friedkin, created an audition script called "Mark Dillon Goes to Gouge Eye" base ...
 
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It's always a happy day on Trek Untold when we chat with a lifelong Trekkie who was able to make their dreams come true. Max Cervantes was a diehard Star Trek fan from day one of the series, building AMT ERTL Enterprise models and building his own phaser hand prop with items he found around his house. Years later, he finds himself working with Mich…
 
(Sep 23, 2021) Humans, birds, and whales are not the only creatures who can sing. Martha Foley and Dr. Curt Stager discuss recent research that uncovered bats also use learned songs to communicate.โดย Natural Selections
 
Sept. 17-23: Laura Dern is a naughty southern belle, Christopher Walken is McBain, Home Improvement vs. The Torkelsons, Mariah Carey glitters, the first of the giant 9/11 charity concerts, Harry Connick saves a dolphin, Steve Buscemi is a nerd, River Phoenix gets a date, Taylor Lautner gets abducted, and the best thing about New Girl isn’t the girl…
 
The doctors in Star Trek shows are just as iconic as the captains and are hotly debated among fans to determine who they would want serving on their starship. Today, we are speaking with one of the doctors on board the NCC-1031 as we meet the mysterious Raven Dauda, AKA Dr. Tracy Pollard from "Star Trek: Discovery." Raven doesn't do a lot of interv…
 
(Sep 16, 2021) We tend to think that dogs do this, and that cats do that. We think animal species have a recognizable set of behaviors that define the nature of their kind. But what about individual animals? Does each have something we could understand as a unique personality?โดย Natural Selections
 
Sept. 10-16: The Commitments give Dublin soul, Twin Peaks for kids, Keanu Reeves plays hardball, we don’t know how Sarah Jessica Parker does it, Entourage hugs it out one last time, the final Deadliest Warrior, Straw Dogs gets remade for reasons, Wim Wenders goes to the end of the world, and we look back on 9/11. All that and more this week on Thir…
 
(Sep 9, 2021) The complex web of species interaction is full of odd associations. Stocking a lake with fish cuts down on dragonflies, which helps pollinators, which helps the flowers bloom. Or it can cut down on amphibians such as newts, which is bad for garter snakes. Invasive flowering purple loosestrife is good for insects and birds that feed on…
 
Sept. 3-9: Maury becomes a paternity expert, Gene Hackman runs from the KGB, Fred Ward fights Lovecraftian horrors, another bad musketeer flick, the single worst film of 2011, we go inside Herman’s Head, Mark Wahlberg becomes a rock star, Britney handles snakes, Prince gets off, and MMA gets a good movie for once. All that and more this week on Thi…
 
(Sep 2, 2021) Martha Foley? - not a fan of bugs. And Curt Stager took a course on them to steady his own reactions. The Natural Selections team looks at the outliers on the spectrum, the largest and smallest of critters with too many legs. New Zealand's weta makes a real handful. The fairy fly is nearly invisible. Some prehistoric dragonflies were …
 
On this edition of West of the Rockies we discuss science and the paranormal with Brandon Alvis. As a long time researcher of the paranormal, we talk to Brandon about his scientific approach to investigating this mysterious field, some of the notorious locations he's visited, and his work as the paranormal technician of the A&E TV show, “Ghost Hunt…
 
Aug. 27-Sept. 2: Mr. Rogers leaves the neighborhood, Robbie Coltrane is the pope, Tilda Swinton is off the deep end, Héctor Elizondo is in the kitchen, Chucky’s done…for now, a very Swingers reunion, Helen Mirren settles her debts, more high school Shakespeare, and Beyonce is on top. All that and more this week on Thirty Twenty Ten, your weekly loo…
 
(Aug 26, 2021) All creatures breathe in some fashion, but how the job gets done has changed from fish to amphibian to reptile to mammal. Curt Stager and Martha Foley chart the evolution of animal respiration.โดย Natural Selections
 
Aug. 20-26: Don Johnson’s a smoking cowboy, Paul Rudd is an idiot, Nintendo gets super, we say goodbye to Aaliyah, Ice Cube goes to Mars, a very Kardashian wedding, Brandon Lee teams up with Dolph Lundgren, Zoe Saldana kicks butt, Strong Bad answers an email, and the quest for the Spin Doctors’ greatest song begins. All that and more this week on T…
 
(Aug 19, 2021) The ubiquitous bird of cities and towns was designed for a different environment. The pigeon's distinctive style of flight is adapted for maneuverability in tight places - near vertical takeoffs and quick changes of direction. This adaptation to cliff and mountainside environments serves them well among our urban cliff dwellings. Cur…
 
On this episode of West of The Rockies, we take a deep-dive into the world of Bigfoot, and the various, strange phenomena that sometimes accompany encounters with these mysterious creatures (like strange lights and poltergeist-like activity, among others). Our guest is Joshua Cutchin who, along with Timothy Renner, wrote a fascinating book titled, …
 
David D. Luxton, PhD., is an author, clinical psychologist and a musical artist. A former military psychologist and research scientist, he has authored more than 100 academic publications in the fields of artificial intelligence, ethics, and psychological health. He is Associate Professor in Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of W…
 
Aug. 13-19: Colin Farrell is both a cowboy and a vampire, Jet Li saves China, Martin Lawrence is talkin’ dirty, William Hurt is a bad doctor, Paul Simon rocks Central Park, Jake Gyllenhaal is in a bubble, Nicolas Cage has a mandolin, Ready Player One is ready, and Ethan Hawke is either a dream or a dud. All that and more this week on Thirty Twenty …
 
(Aug 12, 2021) Pigeons and doves, both domestic and feral, are the same species. Today's urban environment mimics their original favored habitat, seaside cliffs in Europe and Asia. Martha Foley and Curt Stager discuss this commonest bird companion in densely settled areas.โดย Natural Selections
 
(Aug 9, 2021) After months of waiting and wondering, the state did NOT release any official guidance to schools on how to reopen this fall, leaving districts less than a month to come up with their own guidelines.โดย Amy Feiereisel
 
Hiyaaa! Abel here and I just wanted to thank you all for a GREAT first season of PCAD. Vonnie and I will be back in September with season 2, until then please check out our other shows (links on our Instas below). Talk with ya' in September <3 ****Join our Patreon for EXCLUSIVE content!*** http://patreon.com/popcultureafterdark Follow The Show: Web…
 
Aug. 6-12: Nicole Kidman’s got a spooky house, Martin Short has bad luck, John Candy is trapped in his own story, Chris Rock is inside Bill Murray, Jesse Eisenberg has a bomb, the final Final Destination so far and Nickelodeon unleashes three landmark toons. All that and more this week on Thirty Twenty Ten, your weekly look back on the week that wa…
 
Trek Untold is taking a brief vacation but will be back with more amazing Star Trek guests in a few weeks. While I take this time off, learn about the inner workings of the show and what I hope to do when I return. And of course, don't forget to check out some of the older episodes you may have previously missed! Support Trek Untold by checking out…
 
(Aug 5, 2021) The Northern Flicker is one of the most recognizable birds. This distinctly-marked member of the woodpecker family, instead of browsing wood for their food like their relatives, digs for food in the ground. Martha Foley and Curt Stager explore its habits.โดย Natural Selections
 
July 30-Aug. 5: Rodney Dangerfield is a dog, Milla Jovovich swims in a lagoon, Chris Tucker goes to China, Dave Attell stays up late, James Franco is James Dean, Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman trade places, Michael J. Fox makes an unexpected stop, Angelina Jolie gets sinful, and Dennis Franz meets a horse. All that and more this week on Thirty Twe…
 
Trekkies will remember Molly Hagan as the very first Vorta ever seen in Star Trek history, debuting on the second season DS9 finale "The Jem'Hadar". After that, fans expected her to become a Star Trek regular, but she never reprised the role or returned to the franchise. This week, we find out what happened! Molly joins us to discuss her time on Tr…
 
(Jul 29, 2021) Animals that resemble each other may not be closely related. Sometimes the setting shapes their bodies more than their ancestry. Manatees may look like whales or walruses, but that is only because they adapted to the marine environment in a similar way. Martha Foley and Curt stager talk about convergent evolution.…
 
This week on Pop Culture After Dark: Abel & Vonnie talk about Dr Dre's Divorce Settlement, Britney Spears' sister caught lying, Megan Thee Stallion's love for Vampires, Zac Efron's alleged abuse, Chrissy Tiegen's pity party, Lance Bass being iced out by Justin Timberlake and much more! ****Join our Patreon for EXCLUSIVE content!*** http://patreon.c…
 
July 23-29: Peewee gets busted, a last outing for Pryor and Wilder, Kathleen Turner is a detective, Christian Slater is a mobster, like everybody funny has a Wet Hot American Summer, the UK faces Paedogeddon, Steve Carell has crazy stupid love, and at last, a Smurf movie. All that and more this week on Thirty Twenty Ten, your weekly look back on th…
 
Trek Untold digs deep with this interview with a performer who hasn't told her story before anywhere. Robin Morselli was a regular background actor and stand-in, most notably on DS9 as a Bajoran Ops officer (and occasional civilian, and there's a story about that), as well as appearing in episodes of TNG, Voyager, and Enterprise. Robin talks to us …
 
(Jul 22, 2021) The big marine herbivore, the manatee, is thought by some to be the origin of mermaid legends, but it's not closely related to humankind or even to whales and other marine mammals.โดย Natural Selections
 
On this weeks show, Abel and Vonnie spill LOTS of piping hot tea! We talk about: Jamie Lynn Spears' new book, Britney's Small Win in Court, Bill Cosby going on tour, Tila Tequila ACTING A DAMN FOOL, Kourtney K and Travis Barker Allegedly tying the knot, NFL Star Richard Sherman gets arrested, Jada Pinkett Smith speaking out about her addiction past…
 
July 16-22: The second sex-buddy movie, the Milwaukee cannibal is arrested, Nicolas Cage is in an erotic thriller, Bill and Ted are dead, Julia Roberts is America’s sweetheart, Hedwig finds the origin of love, Ed O’Neill goes on a roadtrip, Miyazaki makes his masterpiece, the first Jurassic trilogy ends, and party rock is in the house tonight. All …
 
In the past, I've always said how excited I was to chat with an actor who appeared on the original Star Trek. But, this time around, it's not just any actor, but a key part of the bridge crew! Walter Koenig was Ensign Pavel Chekov, who appeared in "Star Trek" starting in season 2 and continued to play the part through all of the TOS films and "Gene…
 
(Jul 15, 2021) Lake trout require a lot of cold, oxygenated water to survive. Lakes in the Adirondacks of upstate New York are at the southern edge of their natural range. Although about 100 Adirondack lakes and ponds are still home to lake trout, even a small increase in temperature could sharply cut that number.…
 
July 9-15: Harrison Ford loses his memory, Final Fantasy tries to get more cinematic, soccer goes kung fu, Brando’s final score, Reese Witherspoon and Laurence Fishburne become stars, The Office debuts for the first time, Dance Moms yell at kids, phone hacking takes down an institution, Gandhi gets scary, Keanu takes down the Ex-Presidents, and Gar…
 
Growing up, it wasn't unusual for me to hear the voice of Jason Marsden in something I watched. Whether he was off-screen performing VO in a cartoon or acting on-screen, Jason has an amazing career that started at a young age and continues today. Trekkies may remember Jason from his appearances as a Ferengi named Grimp in the "Star Trek DS9" episod…
 
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