Slice of SciFi #166: Interview With Chris McKeown about FedCon USA

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Interview: Former SciFi United co-owner, site manger and editor Chris McKeown joins us to talk about all the things that pinnacled to destroy the first and probably last ever FedCon USA non-event that occurred last weekend in Dallas, Texas. McKeown now runs SciFiUpdates.com.

Slice of SciFi #165: Trevor Roth & David Reddick (Roddenberry Productions)

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Interview: Producer Trevor Roth and internationally known cartoonist/artist David Reddick bring fans up-to-date on all that is going on in the sci-fi world and particularly from Roddenberry Productions and Roddenberry.com.

Slice of SciFi #164: Interview With Earl Newton (“Stranger Things”)

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Interview: Earl Newton is a multiple-award winning writer and director, and has worked professionally in a number of mediums: writing and directing for the stage, the screen (big and small), and the radio. He currently executive produces Stranger Things, the world’s first high-definition science fiction series to be shot and released on the Internet.

Slice of SciFi #163: Robert Wertheimer (Producer, “Charlie Jade”)

Interview: Our guest this week is “Charlie Jade” co-creator and executive producer Robert Wertheimer. Bob returns to Slice of SciFi for a second time and brings with him the good news that “Charlie Jade,” the South African television series about a P.I. that travels between parallel universes, will finally get to be seen (legally) by the Americans when it debuts on the SCI FI Channel on June 6, 2008, airing before “Doctor Who.”

Slice of SciFi #162: Bradley Thompson and David Weddle (“Battlestar Galactica”)

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Interview: “Battlestar Galactica” supervising producers Bradley Thompson and David Weddle return to Slice and talk as much as they can without spoilers about the rest of Galactica’s fourth and final season.

Slice of SciFi #161: Chase Masterson & James Kerwin (“Yesterday Was a Lie”)

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Interview: The beautiful Chase Masterson and director James Kerwin join us to give fans an update about their award winning film “Yesterday Was A Lie,” in which Chase not only stars but is also the producer.

Slice of SciFi #160: Ken Marino (“Reaper”)

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Interview: We get the wonderful pleasure of talking with actor Ken Marino, who stars as Tony the gay demon on the exceptionally good CW Network television program “Reaper.”

Slice of SciFi #159: Skepticality’s Derek & Swoopy

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Interview: Derek Colanduno & Swoopy from Skepticality talk about this year’s Dragon*Con, which is the largest multi-media, popular culture convention focusing on science fiction and fantasy, gaming, comics, literature, art, music, and film in the US.

Slice of SciFi #158: James Callis (“Battlestar Galactica”)

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Interview: Because this final season of “Battlestar Galactica” is so frakkin’ good and totally on the edge we thought we would dig into the Slice of SciFi archives and pull out our awesome interview with Baltar himself, James Callis.

Slice of SciFi #157: Interview with Mark Lund on “First World”

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Interview: Mark Lund rejoins us to give an update on his film “First World”.

Slice of SciFi #156: Interview with Michael Trucco (“Battlestar Galactica”)

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Interview: This week, our guest is Michael Trucco, who portrays Sam Anders on Battlestar Galactica, a fan favorite who’s recently discovered he’s truly a Cylon.

Michael talks to us about the shock of the revelation of his being a Cylon at the end of Season 3, and more, but don’t worry… we didn’t coerce any spoilers or story secrets from him and get him in trouble with Ron Moore and the gang.

Slice of SciFi #155: Interview with Kenneth Johnson (“V” and “Alien Nation” Producer)

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Interview: We are joined by legendary TV producer/writer/director Kenneth Johnson. Kenny spends time giving the complete genesis of the popular “Alien Nation” television series and follow-up hit movies. He talks about the upcoming “The Ultimate Alien Nation Movie Collection” on DVD to be released on April 15 with loads of extras, including his famous gag reels.

Slice of SciFi #154: Interview with Nichelle Nichols and J. Neil Schulman

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Interview: We are so pleased to be able to talk with the legendary star of stage, television and big screen, the Grand Dame of Scifi, Nichelle Nichols. Joining Nichelle is director J. Neil Schulman. The two worked together on the film “Lady Magdelene’s,” the new suspense/comedy film that is part scifi and part contemporary that has Nichelle starring as a modern day Madam of a Nevada brothel who, with a disgraced IRS agent is hot on the trail of a possible terrorist.

Slice of SciFi #153: Interview with Vic Cook & Greg Weisman (“Spectacular Spider-Man”)

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Interview: We talk with director Vic Cook and writer Greg Weisman about their participation in the new Kids! WB animated series “The Spectacular Spiderman.”

Slice of SciFi #152: Interview with Dr. Michio Kaku

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Interview: Dr. Michio Kaku joins Mike, Summer and Brian as they discuss his new book “Physics of the Impossible: A Scientific Exploration Into the World of Phasers, Force Fields, Teleportation, and Time Travel.” Dr. Kaku is the renowned, internationally lauded theoretical physicist and co-founder of String Field Theory. He is also a popular radio host of two science broadcasts and has been featured on PBS, NASA, Discovery, TLC and The History Channel discussing and teaching physics to a worldwide audience.