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Daryl Bar, host of Sudden Double Deep and new Podcast, Is Paul Dano Ok? returns to Spocklight to tell us why he, controversially, considers ‘Tomorrow is Yesterday’ to be the finest time travel episode of Star Trek. Daryl tells us how the oddball humour of the episode delights him, Liam questions the quality of replicator grub, Paul points out Kirk’…
 
We’re joined by Total Film Writer and regular Evolution of Horror contributor, Tim Coleman, to discuss what he considers to be one of the greatest films of all time, 1986’s The Transformers: The Movie starring Leonard Nimoy as Galvatron. We’re transported back to the days of Saturday Morning Cartoons as Tim gives us an education in Transformers tak…
 
Prominent Neuroscientist and Author of best selling book, The Idiot Brain, Dr. Dean Burnett, drops by to educate the Spocklight crew on the neuroscience and psychology behind 3 episodes of Star Trek from different eras of the franchise: Spock’s Brain (The Original Series - Season 3, Episode 1) The Nth Degree (The Next Generation - Season 4, Episode…
 
Merry Christmas Spocklighters! Our present to you this year is the gift that keeps on giving, 1997’s Batman & Robin. This festive season we’re giving Joel Schumacher’s much derided and camp as Christmas Superhero movie a full critical re-evaluation. We look over Schumacher’s eclectic directing career and explain our own history with the film before…
 
Deputy Editor of Empire Magazine and Author of ‘Wild and Crazy Guys’, Nick de Semlyen returns to the podcast to discuss Buddy Cop movie Spoof, National Lampoon’s Loaded Weapon 1 starring Star trek alumni, Whoopi Goldberg, James Doohan and William Shatner. Nick tells us what it was like to become Acting Editor of Empire Magazine just as the Corona V…
 
We’re joined by returning guest, David Trumble, as we dive into the rather small world of Turner Feature Animation exploring 1994 Live Action/Cartoon hybrid box office bomb, The Pagemaster, Starring Macaulay Culkin alongside the voices of Star Trek alumni – Patrick Stewart, Whoopi Goldberg, Leonard Nimoy, Robert Picardo, and many more. David explai…
 
Book a table at the Klingon Restaurant on the Promenade of Deep Space Nine and join us, as our first ever guest, Composer of our theme tune and host of Tabletop RPG Podcast, Pretending with Dice, Adam Johnston, returns to the show for a special Halloween edition of Spocklight as we tackle a Horror tinged episode of DS9, Empok Nor. We rundown some o…
 
Come join the force...or should we say, farce, as the Spocklight crew and returning guest, Dan Thomas, take on ‘Police Academy 5: Assignment Miami Beach’ starring Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’s very own Rene Auberjonois as the central villain of the piece. Liam begins by interrogating Matt, Paul and Dan as to their own personal histories with the Pol…
 
We're joined by Felix Trench, Star of Wooden Overcoats, the British Podcast award winning sitcom, to discuss 'Message in a Bottle' from Star Trek: Voyager and the birth of his own Trek fandom growing up in Belgium. We commiserate missing out on visiting Star Trek: The Experience when we were holidaying in Las Vegas back in 2007, laugh at the bizarr…
 
Bob Fleming of the Progtor Who and Trek this Out podcasts joins us to discuss one of his favourite Star Trek episodes, Deep Space Nine 30th Anniversary celebration, Trials and Tribble-ations. We compare Trek's 30th Birthday celebrations with that of Doctor Who's, debate Quentin Tarantino's proposed big screen reimagining of The Original Series Gang…
 
On our latest ‘On Screen’ episode we’re joined by The Empire Film Podcast host, Chris Hewitt, to discuss William Shatner’s 1976 guest appearance on classic Detective drama, Columbo. Chris gives us an education in all things Columbo as we discuss the shambolic Detective’s status as a class warrior and the duality of the character, the history of the…
 
We finally take the time to examine the first season of Star Trek: Picard with the help of Comedian, Dan Thomas. We discuss why this is the first proper binge era Star Trek show, the lack of memorable new characters, its positive approach to depicting Male friendships, the joy of seeing some old faces, Picard’s character development, and Liam makes…
 
Black Lives Matter! Before you get into the main section of this episode, we wanted to start with a special message from us here at Spocklight with a little help from Star trek: Discovery’s Ronnie Rowe Jnr. To make it clear where we stand. If you want to donate to the Black Lives Matter campaign, you can do so here: https://secure.actblue.com/donat…
 
In our first podcast recorded since lockdown begun, the Spocklight crew gather together remotely to launch a whole new series of episodes focusing on Star Trek cast members appearances in various other television shows over the years beginning with George Takei’s guest spot on Miami Vice from 1987 (Season 3, Episode 20 - By Hooker by crook). For on…
 
Liam and Matt are joined by James Dyer of the Pilot TV Podcast and Empire Magazine to discuss classic Star trek: The Next Generation 2-Parter, Chain of Command. As usual you can find SPOCKLIGHT on: TWITTER - @spocklightpod INSTAGRAM – @spocklightpod FACEBOOK – https://www.facebook.com/spocklightpod/ EMAIL - spocklightpod@gmail.com Please Follow, li…
 
Frequent Spocklight guest, Stephen Trumble, returns to the podcast to help us dissect the Season 3 Finale and the Season 4 Premiere of Star Trek: The Next Generation, The Best of Both Worlds Parts 1+2. We make the argument for the classic 2-Parter being a Riker-centric story rather than a Picard-centric one, discuss the best and worst TV cliffhange…
 
CRIPES, IT'S SNIPES! The Spocklight crew are betting on black as Liam and Paul are joined by Sam Clements & Louise Owen of the '90 Minutes or Less Film Fest' Podcast to dissect Wesley Snipes actioner, Passenger 57 (coming in with a lean and mean running time of 84 minutes), written by David Loughery (Star Trek V: The Final Frontier). Liam is disapp…
 
We welcome renowned Theatre Director, Andrew Keates, to the Spocklight bridge to discuss one of his favourite episodes of the Star Trek franchise, ‘In the Pale Moonlight’, from Deep Space Nine. Andrew helps us unpick the homoerotic subtext to the episode, the political commentary of Deep Space Nine and Star Trek as Theatre, while also giving us the…
 
New York... a city pushed to the edge. People pushed to the limit. And no one's got the guts to stop them… apart from Spocklight at the Movies! This episode, we’re covering ‘Death Wish 3’ (Star Trek connection: Marina Sirtis) with Daryl and Jeanette from smashing film podcast, Sudden Double Deep. Liam decries the gleefully sadistic Death Wish 2, ge…
 
Star Wars Puppeteer, Derek Arnold, beams up to discuss his work on The Force Awakens, Rogue One, The Last Jedi, Solo and The Rise of Skywalker, as well as joining the Spocklight crew for an in-depth analysis of Episode VII itself. Hear Derek’s very personal take on the film and the Star Wars franchise itself as he regales us with behind the scenes …
 
In the second ever Spocklight Christmas Special, we go to desperate measures to bring you Trek-based festive content, by covering ‘Christmas Eve’ starring Sir Patrick Stewart. Liam dives into the formidable trend of faith based cinema, tries his best to stick up for the magnetic screen presence of Sir Patrick and gushes about he and Matt’s shared l…
 
Liam, Matt and Paul return to the beginning of the Spocklight adventure for the 40th anniversary of ‘Star Trek: The Motion Picture’ as we dive into the 2001 Director’s edition of the film to find out, once and for all, if there truly is no comparison. As usual you can find SPOCKLIGHT on: TWITTER - @spocklightpod INSTAGRAM – @spocklightpod FACEBOOK …
 
We’re joined by Trek newbies, Alex Petrovic and Joe Foster from awesome comedy podcast, ‘This Thing On?’, as we revisit Star Trek: The Next Generation with Liam, Matt and Paul picking an episode each to showcase the appeal of TNG. We’ll be discussing the episodes (episode numbers as per Netflix): Sins of the Father (Season 3, Episode 17) The Drumhe…
 
We’re joined by comedian & host of the ‘Insane in the Men Brain’ Podcast, Rich Wilson, for our most sprawling and epic episode yet, talking everything from class representation in media, the importance of diversity, incel culture, classic comedy and... oh yeah, 1993's ‘Robin Hood: Men in Tights’ Liam examines how the gentle tone of early Mel Brooks…
 
Prepare to lock down and undergo the longest decontamination process of your life as we return to examining ‘Star Trek: The Motion Picture’ Director, Robert Wise's filmography with 1971 Sci-fi Horror Thriller, The Andromeda Strain, on another Spocklight at the Movies! Liam admires the chilling effectiveness of the opening ghost town sequence but fe…
 
Spocklight at the Movies is on the run from our gambling debts and joining Tom Hanks, John Candy and Rita Wilson on a Peace Corps flight to Thailand, it’s Nicholas Meyer's 1985 comedy 'Volunteers'! Liam reveals his somewhat recent appreciation for the late, great John Candy, discusses the history of THAT Coca Cola product placement and breaks down …
 
In a very special episode, Robert Sallin, the Producer of ‘Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan’ returns to the podcast to share more of the untold inside story of producing the most celebrated and iconic Star Trek film ever made. Bob also tells us about the difficulties directing his first feature film, 1969’s ‘The Picasso Summer’ starring Albert Finne…
 
The Man in Black fled across the desert, and The Gunslinger followed... and behind him came Liam and Matt to debate the 2017 cinematic interpretation of Stephen King’s magnum opus, The Dark Tower, adapted for the screen by ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Writer, Director and Executive Producer, Akiva Goldsman. Liam compares the film to ‘Last Action Hero’, h…
 
Join us for an incredibly fun chat as we let loose and crank it up to 11 with the amazingly energetic, Michele Specht, best known as Dr. McKennah in ‘Star Trek Continues’ and one of the many voices of the ‘Star Trek Online’ game. Hear which Trek series was her gateway into the fandom and why she thinks Trek's focus on ethical, moral and spiritual s…
 
We're BACK with another Trek TV Revisited episode. This time we endure our return to Star Trek: The Animated Series, with special guest, Eliot J Fallows, of Chortle Awards nominated Podcast, ‘Heal Your Wounds’ and the fantastic ‘Sean & Eliot Read the Bible’, joining us to dissect the episodes: 1.02 Yesteryear 1.04 The Lorelei Signal 1.12 The Time T…
 
In this special episode we’re joined by Shazad Latif, best known to Trekkies as Ash Tyler in ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ and to many others as Clem Fandango in ‘Toast of London’. Hear the origins of Shazad’s dual role on Discovery, how he navigated one of the most challenging storylines in Trek history, what it meant to him being a half-Asian romantic l…
 
In a giant-size special for our 50th episode, Liam and Matt are joined by Daryl and Jeanette of the ‘Sudden Double Deep’ Podcast to dissect the first X-Men movie from the year 2000 starring Patrick Stewart, just in time for the release of the latest chapter in the franchise, ‘X-Men: Dark Phoenix’. We examine the dawn of today’s Superhero movie phen…
 
Liam and Matt are joined by James Dyer of the Pilot TV Podcast and Empire Magazine as we dive right into Discovery Season 2 and try and have a little fun along the way in one epic Spoiler Special. As usual you can find SPOCKLIGHT on: TWITTER - @spocklightpod INSTAGRAM – @spocklightpod FACEBOOK – https://www.facebook.com/spocklightpod/ EMAIL - spock…
 
We begin a revisitation of Trek TV by introducing The Original Series to special guest, Stand-Up Comedian, Jen Ives, by handpicking three episodes for her to watch. Liam presents his case for why 'The Corbomite Maneuver' truly sums up the mission statement of Star Trek, Paul enjoys the campy sets (and definitely the dresses) of 'Who Mourns for Adon…
 
It’s...SHOWTIME! We’re joined by Boyd Hilton of the Pilot TV Podcast and Heat Magazine to dissect the much maligned Robert De Niro/Eddie Murphy buddy cop satire as we ask the big questions: Why wasn’t William Shatner promoted from fleeting cameo to full co-star status? How did this film cost $85 million? And most importantly, was Deniro still sexy …
 
Slap on your reading glasses and put your feet up as we dive into over fifty years worth of Star Trek comic book history with special guest, Professor Elemental. Comics covered in this episode: Star Trek #1 (Gold Key, October 1967) Star Trek #18 (Marvel, February 1982) Star Trek Annual #1 (DC, 1985) Star Trek Annual #2 (DC, 1986) Star Trek: Starfle…
 
Join the Spocklight crew on a truly fantastic voyage with special guest, Empire magazine’s Nick de Semlyen, as we discuss the 1987 Joe Dante hidden classic, ‘Innerspace’, Starring Dennis Quaid, Martin Short, Meg Ryan and Star Trek: Voyager's very own... Robert Picardo as ‘The Cowboy’! Liam debates the outcome of a somewhat confused love triangle, P…
 
In a special crossover episode with ‘Easy Riders, Raging Podcast’, we’re joined by its host, Chris Johnston, to discuss the 1978 remake of ‘Invasion of the Body Snatchers’ as we scream and point our way through the Leonard Nimoy starring sci-fi classic. And once you’ve listened to us be horrified by gloriously gory practical effects, explain why th…
 
Ho Ho Ho! The Spocklight crew gather round the open fire to chat the official (disclaimer: not official) Star Trek Christmas Movie…1999’s ‘A Christmas Carol’ starring Sir Patrick Stewart. We also find time to run down the slim pickings of vaguely Christmassy Star Trek offerings, pitch our own ideas for a proper Christmas episode and rhapsodise abou…
 
On the latest episode of ‘Spocklight at the Movies’ we cover Chris Pine starring runaway train disaster thriller, ‘Unstoppable’, the last ever film to be directed by the late, great Tony Scott. Come ride in the driver's seat as we question the morality of Pine’s protagonist, make comparisons with the true life tale the film is based on, praise the …
 
Our extensive conversation with Husband and Wife writing team, Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens hits your feed at warp speed! Hear how Judith and Garfield first met and how they moved from penning science textbooks to writing New York Times-bestselling ‘Star Trek’ novels before becoming Writers and Co-Producers for the final season of ‘Star trek:…
 
In our first ever Halloween special, the Spocklight crew investigate Robert Wise's (Director of ‘Star Trek: The Motion Picture’) 1963 horror classic ‘The Haunting’. Liam praises the claustrophobic production design of Elliot Scott, Paul highlights how Julie Harris' own fragile mental state fuelled her frenzied performance and Matt delves into the w…
 
Join us for a whole new chapter of the Spocklight journey as we celebrate the incredibly talented cast and crew that have made the ‘Star Trek’ franchise so special over the years by examining their non-Trek work, it’s ‘Spocklight at the Movies’! In the inaugural episode of this new strand of the podcast, we take a look at ‘Three Men and a Baby’, Le…
 
This month, we’re joined by Todd Jordan of ‘The Bitter End’ Podcast as we roll up our sleeves and scrape the bottom of the Star Trek barrel, discussing what are considered to be some of the worst episodes of all time! Is their reputation justly deserved or have they been unfairly judged by the fan base? Journey with us on a voyage to discover silve…
 
In a special episode, Liam, Matt and Paul are joined by the most prolific Star Trek Director of all time, David Livingston, for an exclusive interview. Hear how he started out as Unit Production Manager in the early days of ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation’ before stepping into the Director’s chair for a record breaking run of a combined 62 episodes…
 
Liam, Paul and Matt warp their way through the colourful history of Star Trek spoofs and homages: Galaxy Quest, USS Callister, The Orville and much more are explored as our expectations are thoroughly subverted - Toxic masculinity, the redemption of Seth Macfarlane, Tim Allen’s surprising acting inspiration, humans becoming the villains of their ow…
 
In a special episode, Liam, Matt and Paul are joined by Actor, Conrad Coates, as he gives us the lowdown on his roles as Admiral Terral on ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ and as Darius Johnson in Robert Zemeckis’s forthcoming film, ‘Welcome to Marwen’. We also chat Conrad’s appearances in ‘Tron:Legacy’, ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’, Syfy’s ‘Defiance’ and even playin…
 
Liam, Matt, Paul and special guest, Chortle Award nominated Stand Up Comedian, Sean McLoughlin, attempt to find their way out of the mirror universe in Part Two of our epic two part look back over the first season of ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ as we analyse the back six episodes of the series. Liam reads a ridiculous fanboy rant that complains about ev…
 
In a special episode, Liam, Matt and Paul are joined by Actor, Ronnie Rowe Jr. as he tells us how he ended up bagging himself a semi-regular role on ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ as the ship’s Comms Officer, Bryce, and gives a unique insight into the production of the show. We also go in depth with Ronnie on his starring role in Cory Bowles searing politi…
 
Chortle Award nominated Stand Up Comedian, Sean McLoughlin, returns to Spocklight to help Liam, Matt and Paul break down the first season of ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ episode by episode. In Part One of an epic two parter, we binge on the opening 9 instalments of Discovery as we retrace our steps to ‘The Vulcan Hello’ and ‘Battle at the Binary Stars’ t…
 
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