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Warp Five: A Star Trek Enterprise Podcast

Jul 24, 2015

Hot off the Subspace Presses from Hoshi's Station!


In each standard episode of Warp Five, we delve into the minutiae of Enterprise. This in turn generates a lot of feedback from you, our loyal listeners, in the form of what we now call Subspace Postcards. Every so often when they start piling up, Hoshi downloads them onto my PADD so I can find some quiet time in the Conference Room to catch up on all of the mail with Will and our guests. We hope you enjoy the topics we've chosen for our second feedback show. Thanks for your support and for being such incredible, engaging and loyal fans of Warp Five.


Recently I put out a feeler to the fans of The Babel Conference,'s dedicated Facebook listener's page, and we have received an overwhelming list of incredibly diverse topics: from civilians serving on board the NX-01, to boldly going through the Great Language Barrier, receiving literal and digital mail from home to the edge of the galaxy, and speculating on The Wrath of Damar. Thank you everyone for sending in your ideas and if we didn't get to yours in this show, we will try to read your feedback on the next installment of Subspace Postcards!



Norman C. Lao and Will Nguyen



Jeffrey Harlan



Matthew Rushing


Executive Producers

Norman C. Lao, Matthew Rushing and Christopher Jones


Associate Producers

Floyd Dorsey and Mike Morrison


Production Manager

Richard Marquez


Content Manager

Will Nguyen



Welcome to the Second Subspace Postcards Show! (00:01:21) 

Starfleet Civility Towards Civilians (00:04:53) 

No Real Designs for Diplomacy? (00:14:57) 

It All Comes Back to HOSHI! (00:20:15) 

The Language Production Barrier (00:23:16) 

The Wrath of Damar (00:30:21)

The Romu-Illyrian War? (00:35:02)

Care Package Day on the NX-01 (00:40:43)

Hijacking Starfleet Subspace Bandwidth (00:50:43)

Hernandez Has Her Orders! (00:56:18)

Closing and Thank You For Listening (01:09:13)


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