TV In Space podcast features The Orville season 1 episode:

 

If The Stars Should Appear.

 

This week we discuss TV and films that Klyden could watch instead of The Sound Of Music, Dyson spheres, and the impressive music during the episode

 

We also discuss possible continuity errors, the different approaches to storytelling in Discovery and The Orville. We also talk about season 2 Klingons in STD and the balance of jokes in The Orville. Finally we praise the space battle in the episode

 

TV In Space podcast features the Star Trek: Discovery season 1 episode:

 

Will You Take My Hand?

 

In this episode we discuss the news about Picard and Phil proposes that the new Picard show should be a political thriller “House Of Picards”

 

We have praise for the characters of Tilly, Saru, and Admiral Cornwell. We talk about Empress Georgiou, the point of her in the episode, the point of her pretending to be Captain Georgiou and try to decide if she is a threatening villain or not (the answer is not)

 

We’re still unsure about how to say the name of the episode Lethe. Phil has a theory about how the current Klingons will morph into Worf. Finally Ian gets a little angry over the urination scene.

 

Hour of the Cybermen by Andrew Smith is a story that I really wanted to like. It features a lot of my favourite things in Doctor who, 80s Cybermen, UNIT, and the 6th Doctor (who I have developed an appreciation for because of Big Finish). As someone who tends to dip in and out of the monthly range I have some gaps in the continuing story. I often do a bit of checking to see if it is part of the overall story like with Black and White and the whole Hex storyline. However I just saw 80s Cybermen and bought it without thinking.

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Conspiracy by David Llewellyn from 2015 is the first release in the main Torchwood range. This release features only a single member of the Torchwood cast and is a hybrid of narration and full acted drama. The story is about Jack meeting with ex-news reporter turned conspiracy theorist, George Wilson (John Sessions).

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