LANCE HENRIKSEN speaks to BACKTOFRANKBLACK – download or listen for FREE!


BacktoFrankBlack: The Millennium Group Sessions, hosted by Troy Foreman and co-hosted by Jim McLean is now available for free download via our website AND on ITunes!

MILLENNIUM GROUP SESSIONS SPECIAL:
LANCE HENRIKSEN

Listen to the Mp3 on the BacktoFrankBlack Stream or download using the links below!
http://www.odeo.com/flash/audio_player_standard_gray.swf

To download from BacktoFrankBlack.com

To download from ITUNES

  • To subscribe to the Itunes podcast, simply load up the Itunes store on your Itunes application, search for BacktoFrankBlack and wait for the podcast to pop onto the list. Then click “subscribe” – you will need to sign up to a free Itunes account to do this – but Itunes does run a great service for podcasts of all types (including our friends ThaDarkSideVibe and Spooktalkular)


BacktoFrankBlack: Millennium Group Sessions SPECIAL: LANCE HENRIKSEN

In this special episode in the Millennium Group Sessions series, Troy and Jim speak to Frank Black himself, LANCE HENRIKSEN.

In this special and free podcast, Lance speaks about his time on the show, how he sees the future of Millennium, Aliens, Jordan and of course, the man we want back, Frank Black. There is also a cameo guest appearance in the interview! You don’t want to miss it!

This free podcast is available on a weekly to fortnightly basis via ITUNES and BacktoFrankBlack.com. We’ll naturally update you all on information on the podcast from this blog as well.

With ITUNES, anyone who has an Itunes friendly account will be able to subscribe easily and download the podcasts as they are released. We recommend the ITUNES friendly enhanced podcast because each episode will have its unique set of images to accompany the chatter!

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NEXT WEEK: Anamnesis – we speak to actress Kimberley Warnat – don’t miss it!

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56 thoughts on “LANCE HENRIKSEN speaks to BACKTOFRANKBLACK – download or listen for FREE!

  1. Ok I admit it, I'm new to Millenium cause I suck.. lol not really, I loved this interview with Lance. Its great insight into the whole other side of what he is as an actor.Great Job guys!LOVED the final nick nack to Lance and the phone call!

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  2. Ok I admit it, I’m new to Millenium cause I suck.. lol not really, I loved this interview with Lance. Its great insight into the whole other side of what he is as an actor.Great Job guys!LOVED the final nick nack to Lance and the phone call!

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  3. Fantastic interview with Lance, thank you so much!Wonderful surprise at the end, that was a stroke of genius, I'm so glad it worked out!

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  4. What an awesome interview! Lance seems to be such a down to earth kind person. Just what I imagined he would be like in real life. I have always admired his acting abilities and have seen almost every film he has appeared in. When I saw he was in the lead role as Frank Black in Millennium. I was so happy to see him on prime time and thought he did such an excellent job playing Frank Black. Millennium was the best series ever on television. When it ended. I felt no closure. It was like reading a really good book that ended without an ending. The essence of the show stayed with me like a colorful vivid dream you wake up from, that lingers with you all day long. Truly the series ended far to soon. The plot still has such potential. Twentieth Century Fox would be missing out on big bucks not bring it back as a series, or in the very least making a motion picture out of it.Whooh…there… I feel so much better now that I got all that off my chest! =)

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  5. What an awesome interview! Lance seems to be such a down to earth kind person. Just what I imagined he would be like in real life. I have always admired his acting abilities and have seen almost every film he has appeared in. When I saw he was in the lead role as Frank Black in Millennium. I was so happy to see him on prime time and thought he did such an excellent job playing Frank Black. Millennium was the best series ever on television. When it ended. I felt no closure. It was like reading a really good book that ended without an ending. The essence of the show stayed with me like a colorful vivid dream you wake up from, that lingers with you all day long. Truly the series ended far to soon. The plot still has such potential. Twentieth Century Fox would be missing out on big bucks not bring it back as a series, or in the very least making a motion picture out of it.Whooh…there… I feel so much better now that I got all that off my chest! =)

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