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Stage Nine: A Podcast about the People Who Make Star Trek


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Stage Nine is a show from that explores the work of Star Trek creatives past, present, and future. Join Mike Schindler and John Mills each week as they look at the people who make Star Trek, and their work both inside and outside of the franchise.

Customer Reviews

What a great show!

Mike and John are doing a great jn to give you the insight to all the behind the scenes to Different projects that people of Star Trek have worked and developed.
The David Mack interview was great. Their interview and review was fantastic. It inspired me to go and buy both books to read the stories.
Great job fellas and keep up the great work!

It's like school, but FUN!

I actually do learn something new everytime I listen to Mike and John's weekly discussions revolving around Star Trek creatives other works. They obviously like and respect one another, and listening to whatever topic is at hand is always enjoyable. These guys know their stuff and I'm happy when some of it rubs off on me. Aspect ratios anyone? A well produced high production quality podcast typical of the exemplary work found on Keep up the great work gentlemen! I look forward to hearing you every Friday. Thanks.

Stage Nine=stars five

Mike and John have such great discussions of the people who make Star Trek. I enjoy thinking and hearing about more technical aspects of film-making and film. I hope they keep up the great work.