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The Batcave Podcast: Episode 22: The Spell of Tut/Tut's Case is Shut

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Aired September 28/29, 1966

King Tut returns to Gotham City with what appears to be his usual bag of tricks as the Sphinx returns as well with new proclamations.  But there's more to his scheme this time around.  He has a plan to subjugate the entire population of Gotham.  Can Batman and Robin thwart him?

Joining John to talk about King Tut's less than stellar return in author Julio Angel Ortiz.

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Julio Angel Ortiz is a writer in both print and electronic media.  Julio has had an audio drama released for the original sci-fi series The Dome with another to be produced shortly and short stories published in collections by Obverse Books featuring Iris Wildthyme and Señor 105.  He also has several eBooks available for Kindle via his Vox Camera imprint.  When not banging his head against his notebook in order to string words together, Julio works in Information Technology during the day and is also active blogging, posting on Twitter, and working at his photography.

The Chronic Rift at DragonCon 2014

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Want to know where some of your favorite Rift regulars are appearing during DragonCon this year?  That's easy.  Here's the schedule:

 


Thursday


4:00pm: Dragon Con Newbies Meetup and Hotel Tour,  Marriott A601 – A602 - Michael Falkner


5:30pm: Dragon Con Newbies Q&A and Social Marriott A601 – A602 - Michael Falkner





Friday


10:00am: Alien: For 35 Years No One Can Hear Us Scream, American Sci-Fi Classics track, M303-M304 (Marriott) - Keith DeCandido and Michael Falkner


10:00am: Dragon Con 101, Hyatt Regency V - Michael Falkner


11:30am: Fans of Land of the Lost, American Sci-Fi Classics track, M303-M304 (Marriott) - John Drew


11:30am: Ask The Experts: Everything Doctor Who, BritTrack, Crystal Ballroom (Hilton) - Keith DeCandido


11:30am: Farscape Revisited!, Hyatt Centennial I - Michael Falkner


2:30pm: Practical Self-Defense with Keith R.A. DeCandido, Vinings (Hyatt)


4:00pm: Quantum Leap: 25th Anniversary? Oh, Boy, American Sci-Fi Classics track, M303-M304 (Marriott) - Keith DeCandido and Michael Falkner


5:30pm: Land of the Lost Cast Q&A, Marriott Imperial Ballroom - John S. Drew


7:00pm: Star Trek Authors, Trek Track, Athens (Sheraton) - Keith DeCandido


8:30pm: Saving the World, One Season at a Time: Themes on Supernatural, Urban Fantasy track, Chastain ED (Westin) - Keith DeCandido





Saturday


10:00am: Geek Year 1984 Roll-A-Panel, American Sci-Fi Classics track, M303-M304 (Marriott) - John Drew and Michael Falkner


10:00am: BritTrack Book Swap, BritTrack, Macon (Sheraton) - Keith DeCandido


10:00am: Podcasting Authors Roundtable, 203 - Hilton - Jay Smith


12:00pm: Keith DeCandido Autographing, SFWA table (Hyatt).


1:00pm: Keith DeCandido Reading, Vinings (Hyatt).


2.30pm: Keith DeCandido Autographing, International Hall South (Marriott)


2:30pm: Bits & Pieces: The Makings of a Great Zombie, Chastain 1-2 - Westin - Jay Smith


4:00pm: Land of the Lost Cast Q&A, Marriott Imperial Ballroom - John S. Drew


5:30pm: Barking up the Wrong Tree, Writer's Track, Embassy D-F (Hyatt) - Keith DeCandido


5:30pm: Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom: No Time For Love, Marriott M303-M304 - Michael Falkner





Sunday


8:30am: Batman 75th anniversary, American Sci-Fi Classics track, M303-M304 (Marriott) - John Drew and Michael Falkner


10:00am: British Crime Shows, BritTrack, Macon (Sheraton) - Keith DeCandido


11:30am: Farscape 15th Anniversary Celebration, Regency V (Hyatt) - Keith DeCandido


11:30am: Jay Smith Reading, Roswell - Hyatt


2:30pm: Land of the Lost Cast Q&A, Marriott Imperial Ballroom - John S. Drew


4:00pm: Sleepy Hollow Fan Panel, Horror track, Peachtree 1-2 (Westin) - Keith DeCandido


5:30pm: Hitchhiker's 35th Anniversary Panel, BritTrack, Macon (Sheraton) - Keith DeCandido

 

5:30pm: 2014 Parsec Awards, Hyatt Regency V - John Drew and Michael Falkner


7:00pm: V-Wars: Vampires Everywhere!, Horror track, Peachtree 1-2 (Westin) - Keith DeCandido


8:30pm: Angels, Demons, and Hunters: Characters on Supernatural, Urban Fantasy track, Chastain ED (Westin) - Keith DeCandido


10:00pm: Marvel TV and Movies From Howard to Hasselhoff, American Sci-Fi Classics track, M303-M304 (Marriott) - John Drew





Monday


8:30am: Six Million Dollar Fans, American Sci-Fi Classics track, M303-M304 (Marriott) - John Drew


10.30am: Keith DeCandido Autographing, SFWA table (Hyatt)


11:30am: Klingon History, Trek Track, Athens (Sheraton) - Keith DeCandido


2:30pm: The Final Frontier of Fiction, Writer's Track, Embassy D-F (Hyatt) - Keith DeCandido

SciFi Diner Podcast: Ep. 221 – We Interview New York Times Best-Selling Author Michael Jan Friedman (Star Trek Novelist)

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Welcome to the Diner

If you have listened to the show for sometime, we would love to have you leave feedback on iTunes. We know not all of you use iTunes, but for those that do, it helps us become more visible. If you dont use iTunes, your feedback is still valuable. Visit our webpage at http://scifidinerpodcast.com and leave a comment on the show notes or email us at scifidinerpodcast@gmail.com We want to know what you are thinking about what we are saying and what shows you are watching.

 

Michael Jan Friedman

Michael Jan Friedman is the author of nearly 70 books of fiction and non-fiction, about half of them set somewhere in the wilds of the Star Trek universe.

In 1992 Friedman wrote Reunion, the first Star Trek: The Next Generation hardcover, which introduced the crew of the Stargazer, Captain Jean-Luc Picard’s first command. Over the years, the popularity of Reunion has spawned a number of Stargazer stories in both prose and comic book formats, including a six-novel original series.

Friedman has also written for the Aliens, Predator, Wolf Man, Lois and Clark, DC Super Hero, Marvel Super Hero, and Wishbone licensed book universes. Eleven of his book titles, including the autobiography Hollywood Hulk Hogan and Ghost Hunting (written with SciFi’s Ghost Hunters), have appeared on the prestigious New York Times primary bestseller list, and his novel adaptation of the Batman & Robin movie was for a time the #1 bestselling book in Poland (really).

Friedman has worked at one time or another in network and cable television, radio, business magazines, and the comic book industry, in the process producing scripts for nearly 180 comic stories. Among his comic book credits is the Darkstar series from DC Comics, which he created with artist Larry Stroman, and the Outlaws limited series, which he created with artist Luke McDonnell. He also co-wrote the story for the acclaimed second-season Star Trek: Voyager episode “Resistance,” which guest-starred Joel Grey.

Currently, Friedman is working on a variety of projects, including a contemporary fantasy novel featuring characters and themes from mythology tentatively called Blood of the Gods, a young adult fantasy novel set in Renaissance times, the true story of an extraordinary Little League team in 1955, and an epic-scale science fiction adventure.

As always, he advises readers that no matter how many Friedmans they know, he is probably not related to any of them.

For more on Michael Jan Friedman and his fiction, visit his personal website, follow him on Twitter @FriedmanMJ, and like him on Facebook.


Hour of the Wolf Movie Review: THE GIVER & TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES

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Dan Persons says,

"I had my concerns about The Giver, another, teen-oriented film from the Weinstein Company. After all, TWC’s previous effort in this arena was Vampire Academy, and that blatant mish-mosh of Harry Potter, Twilight, The Hunger Games, and whatever else has been luring adolescent females to the theaters didn’t go down too smoothly.

Serving as definite counter-balance to my trepidations: the presence at the helm of  Phillip Noyce, a very good director who becomes even better when telling tales of people finding the inner resources to confront near-insurmountable, social challenges. Turns out my faith was not ill-founded. Right-click the image to download."


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Dan Persons says,

"TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES got nothing to worry about. TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES doing quite well, thank you very much. Got the big-budget, Michael Bay treatment (he’s the producer on this one; Jonathan Liebesman directed); came in #1 at the box office this past weekend; has the almost inevitable sequel already in the works. Yup, life is good for TMNT. Unless, of course, the attending audience happened to see GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY last week. In which case, there might have been quite a few people coming out of the theater thinking, Nice try, but it doesn’t quite cut it.

In two weeks, we’ve had two films that want nothing more than to entertain us with some adrenaline-packed, fantastic storytelling. How each goes about the task, and how successful each is, says a lot about the filmmakers, how they regard this genre, and what they think of their audience. I explore the issue a bit in my review of TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES for Jim Freund’s HOUR OF THE WOLF. Right-click the image to download."

 

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The CFQ Interview: THE WALKING DEAD's Greg Nicotero

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Dan Persons says:

Sometimes doing the job is reward in itself. That’s what it was like for me to talk with Greg Nicotero. From DAWN OF THE DEAD to BREAKING BAD, from ARMY OF DARKNESS to OZ THE GREAT AND POWERFUL, from HOSTEL to SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR, his vivid and creative makeup effects work has brought the fantastic, the grotesque, and the sometimes-just-plain-realistic to a dazzling kaleidoscope of film and TV projects.

That includes THE WALKING DEAD, the blockbuster TV series which scooped up a couple of primetime Emmy awards for Nicotero’s work in bringing the flesh-hungry walkers to gruesome… uh, life? Death? Anyway, in honor of the release of the complete fourth season on DVD and Blu-ray this Tuesday, we got some time with Greg to talk about the finer points of zombie nurturing and care.

Comment on the episode here or write podcast@cinefantastique.com.


The Cinefantastique Dossier: THE GIVER & LIFE AFTER BETH

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It’s time to expand your Sense of Wonder by opening Dossier Fantastique! Volume 5:31 reveals data points on current theatrical releases THE GIVER and LIFE AFTER BETH. Listen in as special guest Andrea Lipinski joins the Cinefantastique Podcasting team of Lawrence French and Steve Biodrowski for an insight-filled discussion of the latest dystopian science fiction film – which may seem like a variation on THE HUNGER GAMES and DIVERGENT but which was actually based on a novel published before either of those franchises were a glimmer in their author’s eyes. Also available are details on this week’s home video releases.

Comment on the episode here or write podcast@cinefantastique.com.


The HTD Express: #7 - Writer Joe Lidster

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Here's how Tim describes this episode:

"Before Doctor Who returned in 2005 to become the huge global phenom it is today, a company called Big Finish got the license to produce first-run, full-cast audio dramas. And I’m happy to report they are still going strong to this day. Many of the stories were as good as any Doctor Who on TV (before or since) and several authors in particular stood out from the crowd in taking the good Doctor to brave, new frontiers. One of those authors was Joseph Lidster and I’m very excited that he’s my guest on today’s episode.

Joseph’s story “Master” which was part of the Doctor Who’s 40th anniversary villains trilogy in 2003 was a gothic murder mystery that unabashedly explored the nature of good and evil within one’s soul. I hated Joseph Lidster when I first heard this play because I thought it was simply brilliant. I remain inspired by the piece’s clear cut characters and unapologetic tackling of difficult themes.

When Doctor Who did return, the credit “Written By Joseph Lidster” found its way to our screens on the highly popular spin-off series’ Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures, where Joseph continued to take the lead characters on dark – and often humorous – explorations of their nightmares and their fears. Joseph has since written for the TV show Wizards and Aliens which was produced by Russell T Davies and Phil Ford. Also for Big Finish, Joseph has written for and produced their licensed line of Dark Shadows audio plays. He’s currently working on a new mini-series for the line coming soon called “Bloodlust.”

With the shadow of Robin Williams’ suicide still cast, this is an open and honest discussion about writing about and with clinical depression. Joseph and I swam in some deep waters here which I feel are very beneficial to the overall conversation as we try to expand our understanding of depression and mental illness.  I hope you enjoy."

Comment on this episode here or by writing john@chronicrift.com.

Links

Big Finish Audio - "The Rapture"

Big Finish Audio - "Master"

Big Finish Audio - "Bloodlust"

Joe's Twitter

Wiki entry


The Weekly Podioplex: August 19, 2014

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles continued to dominate the box office last weekend.  Does it have what it takes to do it again this weekend with all the new movie releases on the slate?  After weeks of quiet TV on DVD releases, there is an explosions of options to choose from.  All this, plus a request to help fellow podcaster P.G. Holyfield from Michael Falkner on this week's delayed Weekly Podioplex.

NOTE: This episode was recorded earlier in the week.  Since that time, P.G. has lost his battle with cancer.  We extend our condolences to the family and friends who knew him well. You can still help though as he leaves behind three daughters and mounting bills from his brief struggle with the disease. Click on the link here to learn more.

Check out the full show notes here and comment on the episode or write weeklypodioplex@gmail.com.


The Cardboard Jungle: Bonus - Funding Nemo

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Anthony sits down with Mike Friesen of Lamp Light Games to discuss their new KS for Nautilus Industries as well as their upcoming release Space Junk.

Comment on the episode here or write thecardboardjungle@gmail.com or call (858) 236-9102.

The Chronic Rift Spotlight: Lauren Orbison on TORTELLINI

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Michael Falkner takes control of the spotlight as he interviews author Lauren Orbison about her first children's book, Tortellini.

Comment on this episode here or by writing john@chronicrift.com.  Please rate the episode using our star system at the bottom of this entry.

 

 

 



Lauren Orbison is an independent author residing in Chattanooga, Tennessee with her husband and four ridiculous cats.  She is missing a small portion of her 22nd chromosome and offers a $50 reward if you find it.  Her mutant superpowers include befriending dragons, writing down her observations, and talking until people's ears fall off.  Tortellini is her first published book, though she plans to have more out shortly.


Theo Solorio has been drawing dragons since she was 3 years of age and still loves to draw them to this day. Besides drawing all the time, her other hobbies include listening to 70's and 80's tunes on cassette tape, watching classic Disney movies on VHS, and doing a little 2D animation.

She resides in Rancho Cucamonga, CA, and she dresses up as a dragon to avoid scaring the locals. Yep. She's an old-fashioned little green dragon.

 

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The Dan & Travis Show: Episode 038 - RIP Robin, An Extra Heavy 40 Pounds of Sports, And May I Suggest, Don't Stop or We'll Die

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The Chronic Rift Network is thrilled to be able to have the comedy stylings of Dan Lackaye and Travis Searle on our network. The voyage of radio genius continues with a new episode.  Starting out as The Pirate Ship in the 90s, the boys charted the rough waters of the early days of the Internet and managed to deliver comedy gold week after week.  They were one of the inspirations for The Chronic Rift becoming a podcast.  Last fall, Dan & Travis reunited with a new podcast, bringing back many of the elements of the original Pirate Ship, and John has been on their case to join the network ever since.

Show 038! Robin Williams, Robbie Williams, 40 Pounds of Sports, The Davey Mac Sports Program and more! It's a new Dan & Travis Show. Check out all the fun of past episodes by visiting them on the web.

 

SHOW OPEN

 

40 POUNDS OF SPORTS

  • Lebron, Lebatard, and the ruins of ESPN
  • More Robin Williams

 

THE NEWS WITH TRAVIS

 

SHOW CLOSE

  • Dan: The Man: The Special Edition Lightning Round – (HINT: Dan does a GREAT job on this one.)
  • Dan said to Travis, “May I Suggest… the musical stylings of the outfit Don’t Stop Or We’ll Die?” – and Travis gives his thoughts
  • Dan says to Travis, “May I Suggest… you listen to the podcast The Davey Mac Sports Program?” – tune in a month from now to hear what Travis has to say!

 


HTD EXPRESSSubscribers! Look for The Handsome Timmy D Express in your feed! Tim will interview creative folks in the entertainment industry about their process.  Free with your Dan & Travis Show subscription!

Find us online at thedanandtravisshow.libsyn.com, at Facebook, follow us on twitter @thedanandtravis, add us on Google+, email the MailSac at danandtravis@gmail.com, or find us at The Chronic Rift Network.


The Dan & Travis Show: Episode 037 - Encouraging AI News, HTD on Ghostbusters?, Painted Peaches, and More Red Flags

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The Chronic Rift Network is thrilled to be able to have the comedy stylings of Dan Lackaye and Travis Searle on our network. The voyage of radio genius continues with a new episode.  Starting out as The Pirate Ship in the 90s, the boys charted the rough waters of the early days of the Internet and managed to deliver comedy gold week after week.  They were one of the inspirations for The Chronic Rift becoming a podcast.  Last fall, Dan & Travis reunited with a new podcast, bringing back many of the elements of the original Pirate Ship, and John has been on their case to join the network ever since.

Show 037! A visit from Handsome Timmy D to talk about the possibility of an all-woman Ghostbusters team. Plus, more robots, more red flags, more Travia, and more Dan: The Man! It's a new Dan & Travis Show. Check out all the fun of past episodes by visiting them on the web.

 

SHOW OPEN

  • A robo-misdirection? Or a beacon of hope? Reasons not to fear robots
  • Impossible Travia: THEME- ROBOTS
  • MAXWELL VAN ZANDT’S MEMOIRS – CHAPTER 413

 

ASK HANDSOME TIMMY D

  • Is the world ready for an all-female Ghostbusters?

 

THE NEWS WITH TRAVIS

  • Livestock? More like deadstock!
  • Qixi peaches
  • Lady’s finger lopped off by lion, or is lady lyin’?

 

SHOW CLOSE

  • Dan: The Man: The Special Edition Lightning Round – (HINT: Dan does a GREAT job on this one.)
  • Red Flags of the Internet: This “haunted house” is “legitimate” the same way bastard children are, and we’ll explain a few reasons why!

 

HTD EXPRESS – Subscribers! Look for The Handsome Timmy D Express in your feed! Tim will interview creative folks in the entertainment industry about their process.  Free with your Dan & Travis Show subscription!

Find us online at thedanandtravisshow.libsyn.com, at Facebook, follow us on twitter @thedanandtravis, add us on Google+, email the MailSac at danandtravis@gmail.com, or find us at The Chronic Rift Network.


Presenting the Transcription Feature: YOU BET YOUR LIFE

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This time on Presenting the Transcription Feature, in memory of Groucho Marx, who died 37 years ago this August, we present a special episode of his comedy quiz show, You Bet Your Life.  The show was recorded live over the course of an hour and then cut down to 25 minutes for broadcast.  This is the hour-long, unedited audio for one show from 1955.  Along with half an hour of material that never aired, there’s a retake at the end when something goes wrong. If this podcast is as close as you’ll get to listening to Old Time Radio on the air, then this episode is as close as you’ll get to being in the audience for a show as it was recorded.

Episodes

 

You Bet Your Life

“Name”

December 14, 1955

6:32

 


The Dome: "Collective"

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Over five years ago, John created an audio drama series with the intention of making it a regular occurrence.  It didn't happen, but now John is almost done with his grad school work and can devote his time more to a project such as this.  Because of that, he is releasing the first five episodes to get everyone on board with the story.  Take a moment to comment here or by writing john@chronicrift.com.

In 1977, the United States government determined that one in every ten million Americans was gifted with a paranormal ability. It immediately set up a commission to look into the growing phenomenon. It was decided that a special, top-secret research facility was needed to study the matter further. Today, in a world where the paranormal is normal, the unexpected happens within the walls of The Dome.

"Collective" - Anibal and Helen return to the Dome after Parker's funeral to find the complex in a shambles.  A number of the staff have reverted to a primal animal state while others have locked themselves away in fear.  They are all under the control of a young, troubled telepath who wants to shape the world in her image.  Can Anibal stop her before her influence extends beyond the island?

Cast List

Keith R.A. DeCandido - Anibal Ramirez 
Sheri DeNatale - Dr. Helen Smith
Michael Falkner - Dr. Tom O'Neill
Susan Drew - Anne Ramsey
Jym DeNatale - Colin Smith
Eddie Drew- Matthew
M. Sieiro Garcia - Lauren
Theme and segue music by Lenny Ackley
Incidental music by Positionmusic.com

This is a Lucky Shot Production, copyright 2012


Parsec Nods for Network Shows

The Parsec Awards nominees were announced today and two Chronic Rift Network shows were recognized for their excellence as finalists in the Parsec ballot!  Cyborgs: A Bionic Podcast and Generations Geek are both in the running for a Parsec Award, the awards ceremony to be held at this year's Dragon Con in Atlanta, Georgia at the end of August.  Congratulations to John S. Drew and Paul K. Bisson of Cyborgs: A Bionic Podcast and Scott and Ella Pearson of Generations Geek for their hard work.  Learn more about the Parsecs by clicking on the link.

Here's how the ballot is shaping up for both shows in terms of their category and competition:

Best Speculative Fiction Fan or News Podcast (Specific)

News and commentary podcasts created by and for the fans of a given type of literary or entertainment work or series of works that have elements of speculative fiction (e.g. podcasts focused on H. P. Lovecraft, Buffy The Vampire Slayer or the World of Time).

Finalists:
Cyborgs: A Bionic Podcast hosted by John S. Drew and Paul K. Bisson
Greetings from Storybrooke: A Once Upon a Time Podcast hosted by Bill Meeks and Anne Marie DeSimone
Mission Log: A Roddenberry Star Trek Podcast hosted by Ken Ray and John Champion
PodCulture: TARDIS Interruptus hosted by Brad, Glenn, Christina, and Adam
SpecFicMedia.com Presents: Beyond the Wall – A Game of Thrones Podcast hosted by P.G. Holyfield, Nuchtchas, Chooch, and Vivid Muse

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Best Speculative Fiction Fan or News Podcast (General)

News and commentary podcasts created by and for the fans of speculative fiction. (e.g. Anime, Gaming, General Spec Fic)

Finalists:
Geek Radio Daily hosted by Billy Flynn, The Flynstress, and The Bruce
Generations Geek hosted by Scott Pearson and Daughter
PodCulture: Equal Opportunity Geekness hosted by Brad, Glenn, Christina, and Adam
SpecFicMedia.com Presents: Consumption hosted by P.G. Holyfield, Christiana Ellis, Chooch, and Vivid Muse
Sword & Laser hosted by Veronica Belmont and Tom Merritt

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