Spark of Rebellion, A Star Wars Show

A weekly TV, Film and Film Reviews podcast featuring and
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Spark of Rebellion is the Star Wars show for casual fans and veterans alike.

Featuring weekly news, reviews and discussion plus deep dives into Star Wars lore and random spotlights focussing on the most obscure and fun corners of the Star Wars galaxy, this is the perfect show to geek out on during your commute, gym session, dog walk or whilst whipping the duster around your house.

Produced by Garry Aylott and Mark Asquith, the show releases every single Saturday and also releases special episodes and produces merchandise to listener supporters at ( - take a look for your chance to boast Executive Producer credits on the show and even be a guest!

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An excellent show about all things Star Wars, from extended universe to canon and more. Adding to the enjoyment is the fact that both hosts are clearly huge Star Wars fans, and awash in the history of its universe. The fact they can take the piss out of each other also makes for an enjoyable listen. :)
Brilliant, funny, insightful and fun. The hosts are excellent and deliver an outstanding podcast.
I have recently gotten into this podcast after finding it through Captivate. As a bigger Trek fan, I can say I thoroughly enjoy this. Keep up the good work!
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Podcast Details

Created by
Garry Aylott & Mark Asquith, Rebel Base Media
Podcast Status
May 3rd, 2019
Latest Episode
May 8th, 2021
Release Period
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
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