Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Earth Station One Episode 165 – On The Road with ESO

Phantom Troublemaker auditions for the role of The Doctor's enemy, The Master. 

The Earth Station One crew attended two very cool conventions over the Memorial Day weekend. Mike Faber and Jennifer Hartshorn were guests at TimeGate along with fellow ESO Network personalities Dr. Scott (Doctor Geeks Laboratory), Jason and Rita (Transmissions from Atlantis), Debbie Viguie (The Thirteenth Hour), and Phantom Troublemaker (Earth Station Who). They found time to interview the amazing Moxie Magnus and there’s a rumor going around that they even met (and wrestled with) a Doctor! Meanwhile, Mike Gordon and the award-winning author Bobby Nash crossed state lines for the Alabama Phoenix Festival, where they met up with Joe Crowe (RevolutionSF podcast) and finally tied Van Allen Plexico (White Rocket podcast) to The Geek Seat!

As if that wasn't enough, Mike F., Bobby, and Jen attended the Atlanta premiere of Now You See Me, a new movie opening May 31. We give a spoiler-free review of the movie. Here's a hint: we liked it.

Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: On The Road with ESO at
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Table of Contents
ESO at the movies
0:00:00 Intro / Welcome
0:05:32 mini movie review of “Now You See Me”
0:15:13 Geek Seat w/Van Allen Plexico
0:24:08 On The Road at Alabama Phoenix Festival & TimeGate
1:04:19 The ESO Khan Report
1:10:31 ESO Shout Outs
1:16:11 Show Close

Next on Earth Station One...

Disaster strikes the station.

The Earth Station One crew fights for survival against impossible odds as they brave the perils of disaster fiction. From novels to movies, to TV, to theme park rides, ESO looks at some of our favorite disaster stories. And it just wouldn’t be ESO without the ever-popular Rants and Raves, Shout Outs, and Khan Report. It’ll be a fun time. Join us won’t you?

As always, ESO wants to hear from you. What are your favorite disaster stories? Share your favorites with us at,, Facebook, Twitter, or Google+. We would love to hear from you. Who knows, we might just read yours on the show.

Next week: disaster strikes!

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