Trek Politics is a fun and insightful deep dive into the socio-political and cultural impact of Star Trek across all series and movies, featuring author and commentator Mary Trump and political podcaster Bob Cesca.
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Mary and Bob announce a temporary hiatus for this podcast until the SAG-AFTRA and WGA strikes are resolved, in essence Trek Politics is joining the virtual picket line in support of the actors and writers. Per the SAG-AFTRA guidelines, our guests are... more
We're standing in solidarity with the actors and writers by restricting our conversations to discussions about the strike and the myriad reasons for it. This means no Trek conversations for the time being. Instead, we'll speak with some familiar name... more
Mary and Bob talk with the brilliant, funny, and insightful Tim Russ, who played the Vulcan Tuvok on Voyager and Picard Season 3. We dig into Tim's politics, the most culturally poignant episode of Voyager, the downsides to AI, how we get to a Star T... more
IDIC my Vulcan butt! Can’t say I appreciate that comment in the first episode. Conservatives can enjoy the show too.
I have followed both podcasters for a long time so I'm obviously a fan of this collaboration. Just wanted to compliment you on your choice to include Kirk Acevedo-we follow each other on Twitter and he is not only a gifted actor but a fiercely articulate and entertaining advocate for justice and sanity, and an important voice for the Hispanic community in particular!!! These are fascinating and frightening times and podcasts like yours help to infuse credible information and sanity into our soci... more
I just want to say that I really respect Mary and Bob’s decision to go on hiatus from this podcast in solidarity with the writers and actors strike. People doing the right thing shouldn’t be as surprising as this, but with what the world continues to go through these days it is refreshing to see.
If it’s not already being considered, a perfect person to interview sometime would be Wil Wheaton!
Glad to hear you now covering the strike! I cancelled my Netflix and Paramount subscriptions! Solidarity with the actors and writers!🖖🏽
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Trek Politics launched 6 months ago and published 7 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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