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Trek Talking

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Trek Talking is a live call-in podcast run by Trek fans for Trek fans! We discuss everything Star Trek related including the shows, comics, books, toys and more. Thursday nights at 7:30 eastern you can tune into Trek Talking and join the conversation LIVE on air by calling (646) 668-2433 during the show. Join us Monday nights at the same bat time, same bat channel for Trek Talking 2, our overflow show. Our growing Facebook community of almost 100,000 followers would love to have you! Here, we at Trek Talking strive to create a safe space where fans of all eras/genres/timelines of Star Trek can openly discuss one of the greatest franchises of all time. Not everyone shares the same opinion, but we work to conduct ourselves with the ideals of Gene Roddenberry in mind. Trek Talking is more than just another Star Trek Pod Cast. We are part of a global Star Trek family…and we would love to have you join us! Like we always say, Star Trek fans are the best fans. Live Long and Prosper.

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