Tue, 28 October 2014
Travel back in time to October 2001! Before Podcasting Radio Genius, there was Internet Streaming Radio Genius. Hear it here! Almost completely uncut*!
Enjoy this blast from the past that you didn’t even know existed or maybe you did and didn’t care about or forgot you knew but either way it’ll be interesting we hope!
*As with past flashbacks, portions not affecting the outcome may or may not have been partially cut. Consult with a physician if persistent.
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!
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Direct download: Show_046_-_Pirate_Ship_Flashback.mp3
Category:The Dan and Travis Show -- posted at: 6:59pm EDT
Tue, 28 October 2014
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Aired October 26/27, 1966
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John Champion is co-producer and co-host of Mission Log: A Roddenberry Star Trek Podcast as well as co-producer and co-host of the long-running "DVD Geeks" podcast and its predecessor, the "DVD Geeks" TV show. He also produced the unabashedly geeky web-series "Bif! Bam! Pow! Wow!", numerous corporate and commercial videos and a number of DVD special features and behind-the-scenes featurettes. A lifelong science fiction enthusiast, John has moderated panels and hosted special events at fan conventions. In 2006, he started on a long series of video interviews and has produced segments featuring dozens of the creators and talent behind "Star Trek."
Direct download: The_Batcave_Podcast_-_Episode_26.mp3
Category:Batcave Podcast -- posted at: 4:48am EDT
Mon, 27 October 2014
Here's how Tim describes this episode:
"On episode 16 of the Express, I finally welcome one of my oldest and closest friends, writer Stephen Scaia. Along with his writing partner Matthew Federman, you’ve seen Stephen’s writing and producing credits in the shows “Judging Amy”, “Jericho”, “Warehouse 13” and “Human Target.” He’s also co-written the feature-film adaptations of “Y: the Last Man” and “Ghost Recon” coming soon a to a theatre near you. These guys know how to tackle big set-piece action stories without forgetting about the core of what makes those stories great – the characters.
Stephen offers a unique perspective in this interview as he and Matthew recently adapted the graphic novel “Pax Romana” and this month released their “Dead Squad”, their own original comic book. “Dead Squad” is a part-action, part-horror, all-existential story about a group of soldiers who are surprised to find themselves alive after being killed on a mission. Stephen tells us the different challenges between adapting existing material and creating something completely new across different mediums. We also get into some character analysis for some of your favorite movies which offers great insight on how to get to the root of the characters you’re writing.
Stephen has been a great friend and guide to me as a writer. You’ll find out why in this interview which offers great advice for aspiring writers but also some practical nuts-and-bolts reminders for seasoned vets. And it’s Austin Film Festival week so of course we touch on that as well. Enjoy…
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