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To The Journey: A Star Trek Voyager Podcast


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To The Journey is a podcast dedicated to Star Trek: Voyager. Not an episode review show, To The Journey explores specific elements with hosts Suzanne Williamson, Kay Shaw, and Zachary Fruhling.

Customer Reviews

Finally, Voyager!

Finally, the redheaded-step child of Star Trek finally gets a podcast! But not just any podcast, it's a show brought to you by people who love Voyager, it's crew, and the storylines (well, maybe not all of them). Here's what it's not: It's not a boring episode guide going through every Voyager episode. Every podcast has it's own topic. They dive deep into character analysis, a type of "How would YOU rewrite this episode" type scenario, and it's very worth a subscribe. They interact with listeners and keep the conversation light and interesting, but most importantly, they stay on topic. Definitely worth subscribing if your a Voyager fan, and even if your a Star Trek fan.

Helped me make my peace with Voyager

Voyager gets a bad rap. It came in after TNG end it's run and just as DS9 was hitting its stride. As a result, the show was held to an unfair standard. I was guitly of this myself. I started listening to TTJ because I spoke with Tristan frequently on twitter and wished to support the show and after listening to them I've gone back and watched the show with a new prespective. While the jury is still out on Voyager, my verdict on TTJ is that it's off to a great start.

A Delightful Show!

Recently was introduced to (via the Edge) and TTJ is by far my favorite show. I've been furiously sprinting through the back catalog of episodes (in the mid 80's somewhere) and I never get tired of listening. Thanks, folks, for a fabulous listening experience!

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