Welcome to TalkinTrek

The Podcast that goes boldly where we aren't quite sure!

NEW EPISODES EVERY MONTH!

Or any time we want for that matter...

The periodic podcast that may not break new ground where Star Trek folklore is concerned but we will have fun.

Standard disclaimer: 1 We are not doing this for fame or fortune just for fun. 2 We don't claim to be Star Trek experts, but we love talking about it.

Season 2 Episode 1 - June 2018

The Inner Light - STNG Season 5 Episode 25

Not so much more Q but way more Picard! Inner Light a total fan favorite!! Dad muses about the joys of parenting and HAIKU! Lots of Haiku zennieness.

Season 2 Episode 2 - July 2018

Mirror Mirror - STOS Season 2 Episode 4

Brigid and her Dad wonder about how a mustache and goatee make someone 50% more evil. Special Guest Star Aric!

Season 2 Episode 3 - August 2018

Star Trek II The Wrath of Kahn -

After a brief hiatus the TalkinTrek pod-casters are back with a new episode. We tackle the best of the Star Trek movies Star Trek II The Wrath of Kahn. Hope you enjoy!

Your Host Brigid Kelley

Smart, Charming and full of life.

Brigid's Brother Jerry Kelley

Smart, Charming and Insightful!

Brigid's Dad

Just here for the Dad jokes

Season 2 Episode 4 - September 2018

Star Trek The Animated Series -

Episodes - Season 1 Episode 5 More Tribbles, More Troubles

and Season 1 Episode 10 Mudd's Passion

Brigid and her Dad try to find something positive about Star Trek the Animated Series. Then they explore the complexities of human relationships as they relate to mortality. Sort of...

Season 2 Episode 5 - October 2018

STNG Season 5 Episode 2 - Darmock

Darmok and Jalad at Tenagra! What more can I say? Well it seems we said a bunch about one of our favorite movies "The 13th Warrior" Go figure we digress.

Season 2 Episode 6 - November 2018

STDS9 Season 3 Episode 19 - Through the Looking Glass

Yet another take on Mirror Mirror!

Season 2 Episode 7 - COMING SOON

ST Voyager Season 4 Episode 13 - Waking Moments

The crew of Voyage find that their dreams are the source of their terror. "To sleep, perchance to dream—ay, there's the rub, for in that sleep of death what dreams may come when we have shuffled off this mortal coil, must give us pause. There's the respect that makes calamity of so long life. " or so said Hamlet.