Episode 29 - The FFAR Holiday Special

Celebrate the holiday season with Far Far Away Radio! We gather the hosts together, along with some special guests, to bring you an entertaining, fun, corny, and goofy show - everything you would expect from a holiday special put together by us!

Check out the full shownotes below:

  • Shaak Ti shares the Jedi Legend of "A Visit from Master Yoda"! Enjoy a treat from voice actress Tasia Valenza as she reprises her role from the hit TV show The Clone Wars, reading a unique version of the classic "Twas the Night Before Christmas" poem as Shaak Ti. Let Tasia know on Twitter that you appreciate her sharing her talents with us and you this Christmas!
  • We share our first Star Wars Christmas gifts.
  • Meg shares a fun and easy Star Wars craft that you can make for the holidays!
  • It wouldn't be a holiday special without music, and it wouldn't be FFAR without parody! Listen to our future Billboard hit, "Hands in Space"!
  • We managed to obtain a recording of Chris as he wrote his Christmas list to Santa. Find out what he wants in The Force Awakens.
  • We carve the Turkle! Wait, what?!
  • Our Star Wars highlights of 2014.
  • R2-D2 shares a classic song from 1980, and an advertisment for Watto's junk shop gifts.
  • Jason gives us one final song - "The Force Wakes Up Next Christmas".

Sit back, relax, and join Jason, Meg, Andrew, Mallory, Austin, and Chris as they talk about the galaxy far, far away and wrap up Season 1 of Far Far Away Radio!

We would like to thank the fantastic Joe Hogan for creating our album art, and the talented Jen from the Anomaly Podcast for her voice work in our intro and outro. Featuring music by Denver and the Mile High Orchestra - purchase their holiday album here.

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Produced by Austin Blankenship and Matt Eaton, with Alys Murray as Program Director.

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