Update: The episode will be available for download within 24 hours.
Luciana really had a lot of opportunities to share her thoughts on Battlestar lately. For, next to sitting on four Battlestar panels at Dragon*Con, she also recently did an interview with The Sci Fi Guys:
The Sci Fi Guys and DTRN are proud to announce in association with Help For Heroes a special edition of the hit radio show The Sci Fi Guys featuring Battlestar Galactica and Caprica actress, Luciana Carro. […]
Luciana talks to Stuart about her beginnings as an actress, her role on Galactica and also how she came to be involved with Help For Heroes.
The Guys will also be taking a look at the special Sci Fi and movie Help For Heroes auction that can currently be found on eBay and has had exclusive items donated by actors from film and television as well as some of the UK’s top conventions (The London Expo, The SF Ball and Wolf Events) all in a bid to earn money for this worthwhile charity.
This exclusive show starts at 8pm GMT [3pm ET, 12pm PT] on 9th September live from www.dtrn.co.uk and will also feature a mixture of news and reviews and if you want to submit your suggestions or opinions on a news story then feel free to email email@example.com or to comment live then visit www.twitter.com/thescifiguys.
Fantastic! Can’t wait to listen to the show tonight! The episode will be available for download within 24 hours.
Known for their many interviews with genre actors, The Sci Fi Guys is a very good British online radio show / genre podcast, so I really look forward to their latest episode. I fondly remember their interviews with Nicki and other Battlestar actors, or their recording of the hilarious comedy improv at Galactica Three.
By the way, I had never heard of Help for Heroes before, but it appears to be an impressive and very active charity dedicated to helping wounded members of the British Armed Forces. Needless to say, we’re proud Luciana is involved with yet another charitable, honorable cause! And we hope her advocacy will allow Help for Heroes to do even more good work.