Join Girafe, Julian, and special guest David Majors from the Promenade Merchants Podcast for this very special edition of Strange New Pod celebrating the life and accomplishments of Nichelle Nichols.
9:05 - Heather Rae From Mission Log Live
16:15 - Heather Kirby From Promenade Merchants
30:00 - Fatheree From Tex Trek
35:04 - Emcee Frodis
46:00 - Ashlyn & Rhianna Herd From The Duras Sisters Podcast
54:02 - Adrienne From Where's Beverly? Read by Girafe
56:40 - Cara from The Star Dispatch
1:02:09 - Ashlyn Sings "Quietly Now" From the Fanzine "Goddess Uhura"
1:08:19 - Myrriah Gossett From Star Trek Discovery Pod Read by Julian
1:13:05 - Sohail A.K.A. Starfleet Boy
1:19:25 - Marina From Le Quadrant Pop
Podcaster and Producer
Described as a “prolific podcaster and producer”, David Majors fancies himself a multi-fandom specialist, an unofficial ambassador to his hometown of Detroit, and a techie and information junkie.
After his rebellious teens and twenties dabbling in anime and pro wrestling, David (Or D.j.m.) has made his way “back home” to Star Trek, with far too many stories of conventions, podcasts, and live streams to keep to himself.
Follow David on Twitter @CallMeDjm, and check out Record Breakers, Sports Odds & Ends, and Promenade Merchants in your podcatcher of choice! And remember to #StayEngaged
The Duras Sisters Podcast
The Duras Sisters Podcast is all about honoring the fantastic characters and storylines in the Star Trek Universes. Two sisters, Ashlyn and Rhianna Herd, join the House of Duras and partake in weekly discussions about every series of Star Trek through a philosophical lens and Series Theme.
Each series will feature a theme and every new episode will travel from the Original Series to Lower Decks, diving deeply into each detail of this epic franchise. Episodes 1-9 is our Pilot Series, Episodes 10-17 will be our Family Series, followed by our Love and Affection Series.
This podcast is the Star Trek fix you didn't know you needed, brought to you by the sisters who are as close as Lursa and B'etor themselves… except we survived Generations.