Primitive Culture: A Star Trek History and Culture Podcast

Primitive Culture is a Trek.fm podcast dedicated to a deep examination of the connections between Star Trek and our own history and culture. In each episode, Duncan Barrett and his guests take you on a fascinating exploration of how our world inspires the franchise we love—and how that franchise inspires us.

http://trek.fm/primitive-culture

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 1h24m. Bisher sind 116 Folge(n) erschienen. Alle zwei Wochen gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 6 days 20 hours 7 minutes

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4: Flirty Fly-Boys


Legacies of WWII in The Original Series. Many of Star Trek's original cast and crew saw action during the Second World War. We explore their stories, and how the war was depicted on screen.


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 2017-06-20  1h5m
 
 

3: One for the Hero, One for the Villain


The Wrath of Khan and Classic Literature. Khan Noonien Singh's bookshelf on the SS Botany Bay displayed a host of significant texts that spoke to his grandiose fate. We explore some of them, from Shakespeare to Milton.


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 2017-06-06  1h18m
 
 

3: One for the Hero, One for the Villain


The Wrath of Khan and Classic Literature. Khan Noonien Singh's bookshelf on the SS Botany Bay displayed a host of significant texts that spoke to his grandiose fate. We explore some of them, from Shakespeare to Milton.


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 2017-06-06  1h18m
 
 

S1: Caught Off Guard


Star Trek and Terrorism. In the wake of the Manchester Arena bombing, we look at terrorism as reflected in the Star Trek universe.


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 2017-05-30  1h7m
 
 

2: Levar Burton’s Stand-In


The Manchurian Candidate and The Mind’s Eye. We compare TNG’s story of Romulan subterfuge with John Frankenheimer’s 1962 tale of mind control and political murder.


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 2017-05-16  1h4m
 
 

1: Destroyers of Worlds


In the first episode of Trek.fm’s new podcast Primitive Culture, Tony Black and Duncan Barrett look at Star Trek’s debt to the father of the atom bomb, J. Robert Oppenheimer.


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 2017-05-09  1h6m