Podcasts in Review

December 19, 2013 at 12:01 am | Posted in Podcasts, Podcasts in Review, Regular Feature | Leave a comment
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Here is this week’s Podcasts in Review.

Full of Sith: Episode XLII features special guest Darren Hayes (Savage Garden) who has some wonder discussions about Star Wars. I’ve never listened to Savage Garden, so I know nothing about Darren’s musical background, but he turned out to be a really fun guest and I really enjoyed listening to the show. Don’t skip this one.

Episode XLIV has a nice chat with James Arnold Taylor as they talk about the holidays and James’ new book JAT 365. Fun episode and a good one for James Arnold Taylor fans. He even does an awesome Plo Koon voice.

RebelForce Radio: Episode 12.13.2013 features special guest Chris Macht (The Force Among Us, The Force Within Us) who hangs out for the entire show as they talk Star Wars, the holidays, Star Wars Christmas music and more. A nice episode to head into the holidays with.

Star Wars Action News: Episode 411 has a new batch of toy reviews for the 3-3/4″ Black Series Wave Two figures, as well as a very nice interview with Star Wars artist Christian Slade. They also cover the Star Wars Radio Drama cd’s, trading cards, discounts and more. If you’re not a collector, the Christian Slade interview is worth the listen as he talks about his Star Wars art and what it’s like being an artist and a Star Wars fan.

Star Wars Bookworms: Episode 16 features Aaron and Teresa as they review Razor’s Edge and Dark Times: Fire Carrier. Their guests for this episode include Eric Gellar (ForceCast) and William Devereux (EU Cast and We Talk Clones). As always, discussions delve into full spoilers. They also rank their favorite Star Wars books this year. Nice episode and definitely worth listening to for EU fans.

Temple Archives: Episode 79 has an interview with Kenobi author John Jackson Miller that books fans won’t want to miss. Afterwards, Jesse and Wayne plunge into their review of the book which surprisingly did not meet their expectations. Very interesting discussion of the book looking at some of the broader aspects and specific details rather than just a recap of events.

Posted By: Skuldren for Roqoo Depot.
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