Earth Station One Episode 244 – Farragut Fest 2014

Earth Station One Ep 244 The ESO crew beamed over to the Starship Farragut to find out why Trek fans from all ages boldly go to Kingsland, GA this time of year. Mike and Mike speak with producers John Broughton, Michael Bednar, and Michael Day to find out what it takes to build a Federation Starship. We also hear from a number of folks on what Star Trek means to them, including award-winning author Bobby Nash, award winning artist Mark Maddox, Anthony Taylor, Dr. Scott Viguie, Debbie Viguie, Johnny League, Moxie Magnus, costumers and fitness geeks Rick and Freya, and more! Plus, we also chat with Larry Nemecek and Frances Dellutri about the Enterprise in Space orbiter project. It was a fascinating and fantastic weekend! We can’t wait to do it again next year!

Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: Farragut Fest 2014


Table of Contents
0:00:00 Show Open & Star Trek Geek Talk
1:05:08 Rick & Freya
1:15:29 Johnny League
1:19:32 Moxie Magnus
1:24:30 John Broughton, Michael Bednar, & Michael Day
1:40:05 Larry Nemecek & Frances Dellutri
1:58:36 Show Close

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The New ESO Amazon.com E-Store
ESO on iTunes
ESO on Stitcher Radio
The New ESO Window Sticker
Make-A-Wish Foundation
Farragut Fest
Starship Farragut
Bobby Nash
Mark Maddox
Anthony Taylor
Doctor Geek’s Laboratory
Debbie Vigiue
Metro Atlanta Geeks
Moxie Magnus
Faces of Freya
The True Aquaman
Enterprise in Space
Larry Nemecek

ESO Khan! Appearances
Jan 17-18 Murfreesboro Anime and Comic Con (Murfreesboro, TN)
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