136 episodes

Women at Warp is a twice-monthly podcast where four women talk about Star Trek, its representations of women, contributions of women behind the scenes, and other fun Trek topics.

Women at Warp: A Roddenberry Star Trek Podcast Women at Warp

    • TV & Film
    • 4.7, 152 Ratings

Women at Warp is a twice-monthly podcast where four women talk about Star Trek, its representations of women, contributions of women behind the scenes, and other fun Trek topics.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
152 Ratings

152 Ratings

Lulu 10kDollarDay ,

Fun and knowledgeable!

Love the excitement of these hosts and their deep canon knowledge of Star Trek. They’ve found a fantastic niche and love the post-modern feminist perspective that sometimes comes out (although people not looking for that type of analysis will also love the show!). Great banter and passion! 🖖

CalicoPaisley ,

Big Fav

I think I first heard about this podcast while I was looking up Kirk drift. The first episode I listened to was 6, "O Captain My Captain (Kirk)". They treated the character so fairly that I was really impressed. I was immediately hooked and I can't recall another podcast I've listened to so completely and enjoyed so thoroughly. There's such an great variety of awesome topics and each episode is so professionally done, really examining the issues in context, and I have learned so much. I don't agree with everyone all the time, in fact there are times I quite strongly disagree and wish I could be part of the conversation! But I think it says quite a bit in of itself that I feel that motivation and empowerment to participate. I've since joined the Patreon and look forward to each episode. Great job!

Jeb0114 ,

Can’t get past the bad audio quality

I keep trying to listen to this podcast because the topics, format, and content are really solid, but I just cannot get past the horrible, horrible sound quality. Sometimes you can barely hear one person while another is uncomfortably loud in comparison, and there’s one of them whose audio has this awful, tinny/screechy quality. (To be clear, it’s *not* her voice that’s the issue - it’s obviously whatever equipment they’re using to record or edit or whatever.) I just can’t get into this show because the sound issues are so incredibly distracting that it makes it really unbearable to listen to for very long. I listen to several other podcasts where they have to combine audio from hosts in several locations, so it can obviously be done well, but it’s just not happening here. It’s too bad, because I really think I’d like it otherwise.

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