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Matter Stream: Science, Creativity, and the World Inspired by Star Trek


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Matter Stream is a podcast hosted by C Bryan Jones that focuses on the people and ideas connected to or inspired by Star Trek through interviews on topics such as science, philosophy, technology, creative arts, and entertainment.

Customer Reviews

A unique and insightful Trek podcast! Highly recommended!

This is truly a great podcast! Trek.FM's Matter Stream focuses on Star Trek's impact on the lives of those with a unique connection to the franchise. This isn't the typical "episode review" format that's often featured on Trek podcasts (though those are great too!). Matter Stream offers a different type of Trek commentary with insights that hard-core fans will really appreciate. The latest installment, featuring a retrospective on Ricardo Montalban's career, was a great listen and reveals many previously unknown aspects of this great actor's life. Fascinating!

Keep up the great podcast.. I look forward to each new episode!

A Fun, Different Trek-Related Podcast

This podcast fills a niche in the Trek universe -- it's not directly Trek-related, but having to do with people involved with Star Trek. Chris does a wonderful job interviewing his guests on a variety of intriguing topics. Give it a listen!

Trek and the real world

Science fiction becoming science fact is no stranger to Trek, even going so far back as the original series. It's great to hear a show where real-life miracle workers showcase their personal connections to Trek, and host Chris Jones' engaging interviews make this podcast a winner.