Mar 17, 2020
Happy St Patrick’s Day! There's a leprechaun in this week's show. We'll practice social distancing through podcasts. Plus, the St Patrick’s Day Internet Music Festival is sort of back with lots of live streaming video shows!
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0:09 - SONG - “The Leprechaun” from St Patrick’s Day Songs for Kids
3:11 - WELCOME
7:43 - PUB CHAT: What is Sci F’Irish to you?
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9:36 - UPCOMING SHOWS
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11:26 - SONG: “Isn’t It Grand, Boys” from Happy Songs of Death and “Isn’t It Grand to Be Walking Undead” from Sci Fi Drinking Songs
13:51 - SONG: “Red, Red, & Black” from Happy Songs of Death
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17:56 - SONG: "Tough Times" from Selcouth
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21:36 - SONG - "Furagone's Wake" from Irish Drinking Songs for Cat Lovers
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What are your Sci F’Irish fandoms?
Karen Cox said: "so just SciFi not fantasy (because we know what that answer is, mellon nin) Star Trek, Star Wars, Dune"
She then added: "For Gondor!" I'll include Lord of the Rings."
Sarah Crockett: "Firefly, Lexx, Mandalorian, Dune
Matt Hughes wrote: "Star Wars, Star Trek, MCU, DCEU, Dr. Who, Firefly, LOTR, Harry Potter, and more than I can think of right now.
Karen Mitchell Carothers: "Star Trek, Harry Potter... Supernatural can count, right? The Expanse. Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time books (still working through first read). And anything steampunk (which ties back to the Irish/Celtic/UK)
Sharon Powers wrote: "Hmm... The Last Unicorn, all things Tolkien, Star Wars, Star Trek TNG & Picard (working on the rest ??), possibly The Witcher (enjoyed the Netflix show; interested in the rest), Robin McKinley’s Deerskin, Harry Potter, Firefly, Supernatural, Michael Green’s Quest lore, The Secret of Kells... I’m doubtless missing plenty but that’s a fair start. ??
Allan Marcotte shared: "Tolkien, Star Trek, Star Wars, Firefly, Twilight Zone, The Night Stalker TV series, X Files, Grimm, Warehouse 13"
Bill McKissack: "Dr. Who, lotr, arrowverse, star wars, star trek, warehouse 13, mtg, various anime, and much more
Pat Bowne: "The Crock of Gold."
Carol Baril shared: "Doctor Who, Star Wars, Firefly, Marvel (especially Captain Marvel, Black Widow, Guardians of the Galaxy), Godzilla and all things dinosaurs (think Jurassic Park and World)! When I was a kid, loved Dark Shadows (boy I'm giving my age away)!"
Miranda Nelson: "Doctor Who, Firefly, Star Trek, Lord of the Rings, Supernatural, Song of the Sea
Rob Wilson: "Doctor who, firefly, Harry potter, lotr, star trek, star wars, Dresden files, star gate, various flavors if eastern fantasy."