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Old May 12 2014, 03:15 AM   #1
Captains' Table podcast question

I'm not sure where to post this but I have some questions about a Trek Lit podcast.

Having listened to the wonderful Literary Treks podcast for a while I have come to enjoy discovering Star Trek prose stories through interviews and reviews. Recently I discovered a similar podcast called The Captains Table.

I subscribed to them on iTunes and listened to all of the episodes but noticed something strange. They often referred to previous episodes or interviews that weren't included. I tried to find out why and I think I partially figured it out.

It would seem that some episodes are available through Ten Forward and some through Visionary Treks.

So my questions are:

1. Why are they released in separate places in what appears to be an alternating fashion?

2. What is the correct order of the episodes because Visionary Treks doesn't list them for 1-9.

Thanks for any help, jsplinis
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Old May 12 2014, 03:32 AM   #2
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Re: Captains' Table podcast question

I recently listened to one episode of Visionary Treks, and I was also confused by the format of their podcast feed. Hard to discern what the different series were.

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