On Saturday, October 6, Claudia Christian will appear on Secrets of the Red Carpet. This is a weekly live show hosted by Luke Reichle (fashion expert and ABC’s “Castle” designer) that focuses on “style from the inside out” and features various fashion segments, a weekly guest, etc.
It is with heavy hearts that we relay jms’ message about the passing of Michael O’Hare (1952-2012)
It is with great sadness that the Babylon Podcast shares the news of Neil Armstrong’s passing on Saturday, August 25, 2012. A good, brief write-up about Neil can be found at Spaceflight Now.
So, some of you may have wondered how a promo for a horror parody webseries ended up playing in an episode of The Babylon Podcast.
Well, the short answer is: Vorlons asked me to.
Every week is typically very good for Babylon 5 related sayings and arguments on Twitter.
Today, I saw one, from an old friend no less, that had me laughing for hours. Thus, I share.
Here is the updated podcast schedule for covering the B5 books, and the guests who have volunteered to join us (or lead us) in those discussions:
So our discussion about the collection “The Parliament of Dreams: Conferring on Babylon 5” was pushed back a week because of Tim’s work commitments. Without Tim’s input, I don’t think the discussion would have been as lively as it could have been, so I made the executive decision to push for one more week.
But the SF Foundation has given us permission to give you all a gift.
It’s taken longer than anticipated, but the random Babylon Podcast quotes are back in action (see the top of the sidebar).
Thing is, there isn’t a hearty collection of our one-liners, outtakes and gaffes just yet.
Earlier this month, Rowan Kaiser began a rewatch and review of Babylon 5, beginning with the pilot episode, “The Gathering”. His comments led to us having a discussion about Stewart Copeland’s original score, and from there we continue to have more fun talking about one of our all-time favorite shows.