Here are some quick links to the different places where you can listen to our podcast.
The Strangers and Aliens website:
Episode 1: “Why Sci-Fi?” — The sci-fi guys discuss what they love about the sci-fi genre.
Episode 2: “What if you could go back … to the FUTURE?” — The sci-fi guys talk time travel.
Episode 3: “The Best (and Worst) Christmas Stories” — Ben and Dr. Jayce talk Christmas movies.
Episode 4: “There and Back Again — Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit” — Steve and Ben talk The Hobbit movie trailer and Tolkien.
Episode 5: “Star Wars Part 1: The Prequel Trilogy” — The sci-fi guys are reunited to talk Lucas’ prequel movies.
Episode 6: “Star Wars Part 2: The Original Trilogy” — The conclusion of the sci-fi guys Star Wars conversation.
Episode 7: “Sci-Fi Vs. Fantasy” — Th sci-fi guys tackle what the different genres are capable of.
Episode 8: “Big Mike Vs. the Podcast” –Dr. Jayce and Ben’s interview with Chuck’s Mark Christopher Lawrence.
Episode 9: “Sci-Fi TV: Cancelled too Soon” — A conversation about beloved TV shows cancelled before their prime.
Episode 10: “Strangers and Alienation – Interview with Jon S. Lewis” — An interview with sci-fi author and comic book writer Jon S. Lewis
You can subscribe to us on the following Podcast directories (clicking on these links will take you to websites with content that is not controlled or, in some cases, not condoned by Strangers and Aliens):
For people curious about how we put together our Strangers and Aliens podcast, here’s a quick peek behind the curtain. Steve, Ben, and Dr. Jayce all live in the same time zone, but that’s about as close as they get. So, to have their conversations they use Strangers and Aliens using Skype (free to download and free to use) and record with a plug-in called Call Recorder (you can download a free trial, but if you are serious about producing a Podcast Ben highly recommends purchasing it — it’s only $20, and once you install it recording Skype conversations becomes smooth and easy). The file of the recorded conversation is then opened in GarageBand (sorry, Windows users, I don’t know what’s out there for you, but if you’re a Mac user and you don’t already have GarageBand, it’s well worth the $15), where the music and voice overs are put in, some editing is done, the podcast artwork is added, and it is saved as a single podcast file. The Strangers and Aliens website is a WordPress site (we used the Cover WP Theme), and we installed the Podpress plug-in, which helps us format each episode for iTunes and makes it appear on our website within the episode blog entries.