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The Anomaly Podcast is one of the first, and longest-running, women-hosted sci-fi/fantasy shows in the world. It was started in 2007 by Jen and Angela, best friends who would be talking about geeky things even if they didn't have an audience. They love deep dives into genre fiction topics, but they always keep things light-hearted and fun. You'll enjoy hearing chats on popular fiction as well as the obscure stuff, you thought no one else but you loved. Become an Anomaly! Subscribe to the show now and never miss an episode!

Feb 27, 2014

Anomaly's Live anniversary episode will be broadcast on Mixlr.com on March 1, 2014 at 2:00 PM CST. mixlr.com/anomalypodcast. You can also find a link at AnomalyPodcast.com and on the Anomaly FB Fan Page and FB Group pages.

The new Star Wars EU podcast that Jen hosts with her friends Chris and Joe, is now on iTunes! It...


Feb 21, 2014

Get your Show Notes here. It's the second episode in our Classic Who series, which means we're talking about Patrick Troughton, the Second Doctor!  After taking recommendations and then polling the Anomaly Facebook Group, we settled on the fifth series serial "The Tomb of the Cybermen," which also happens to be the...


Feb 19, 2014

In this edition of Anomaly, Jen and Angela discuss "Rascals" from Star Trek: The NExt Generation's sixth season. It's an episode that features a preteen Picard, Guinan, Keiko and Ro; it's not the "best of Trek", but it is certainly one of the more entertaining of this particular series. Angela and Jen also announce...


Feb 12, 2014

In this episode of Anomaly Supplemental, Sue and KC discuss the dearly departed ABC series Pushing Daisies. Amongst topics of discussion are the cast and the writing, its early cancellation, and attempts at continuing the story.

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Feb 1, 2014

In this episode of Your Moment of Who, KC and I begin our Classic Who series. This month - because it's still January - we watched the very first Doctor Who serial ever - "An Unearthly Child" - with the very first Doctor ever, William Hartnell. The serial includes 4 episodes: "An Unearthly Child," "The Cave of Skulls,"...