Podcast Review of Battlestar Galactica

Photo credit: Pat Loika, Dragon*Con 2013: Parade, 31 Aug. 2013. Wikimedia Commons. CC BY 2.0.

My son, who is attempting to get a master’s degree in 7th- through 12th-grade social studies education without being allowed to do any student teaching in the schools, has been with us since March. He is primarily interested in history of just about any kind, college and pro football, film, and Star Trek and Star Wars. After accumulating a following on Twitter and getting impatient with the effects of the unmanaged coronavirus on our school system and his credentialization, he has decided to launch a podcast in which he will branch out to contemplate the 2003-2010 Battlestar Galactica.

To enhance the entertainment value of the podcast, he has recruited me to be his interlocutor on the show. We had fun watching some of the miniseries/pilot today and giving our take on it. So if you want to see what a historian and Trek fan and his mom who does not love most sci-fi have to say on this subject, head on over and give the podcast a listen. If you adore Battlestar Galactica and can’t bear to hear it criticized, please refrain from death threats.

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