Righteous Indignation - Skeptical About the Supernatural

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Talking skeptically about the supernatural

Martin Poulter joins us to discuss scientology in all its gory detail. Martin in an anti-scientologist activist from Bristol and often lectures on "How to start your own cult, the scientology way."
RI’s Unlucky dip #5 July 26, 2010
Due to unforseen audio issues episode 58 of Righteous Indignation has been postponed. However we have put together an Unlucky Dip for your listening pleasure. A col­lec­tion of mate­r­ial recorded for past shows that, for one rea­son or another, was left on the cut­ting room floor. Almost com­pletely unedited it …
This weeks guests, Ash Pryce and Keir Liddle from the Edinburgh skeptics talk about 'The fringe of reason' and what the Skeptics on the Fringe events at this years Edinburgh festival are all about, what's happening and who is talking.
Ep.56 — Ben Radford July 12, 2010
Ben Radford is the managing editor of the science magazine Skeptical Inquirer, In his work with the Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal, Radford is one of the world's few science-based paranormal investigators and has done first-hand research into many strange reported phenomena.
Ep. 55 — Jon Ronson July 4, 2010
Jon Ronson is an author and documentry maker and joins Righteous Indignation team to talk about the scary moments, hanging out with David Icke and his unique approach to his research.
Ep.54 — Bruce Hood June 28, 2010
The indignates take a look at Skeptiko feedback, Joe Power & the phantom threats, and the man who tests poltergeists. This weeks interview is with Professor Bruce Hood who discusses superstition and the harm it might cause (ADE651 anybody?)
Guy Lyon Playfair is a freelance writer best known for his work as the paranormal researcher who became involved alongside the late Maurice Grosse in the now infamous Endfield poltergeist case. Guy joins the Indignates to discuss Enfield and the fox sisters and what he feels about skeptics who doubt …
Ep. 52—Paul Vella June 14, 2010
Why don't bigfoot get hit by cars? How many bigfoot sightings are just made up, and what have bears got to do with bigfoot bones? Paul is an independent forensic computer expert witness by trade, but in his spare time he researches and collects evidence in the long running study …
RI’s Unlucky Dip #4 June 13, 2010
The fourth installment of RI's Unlucky Dip features the ghost that hates beer and an extended extract from the team's recent appearance on Alex Tsakiris' Skeptiko podcast.
Comedian Ed Byrne joins the indig­nates to dis­cuss how com­edy can help dis­miss pseu­do­science on a larger scale; reli­gious jokes and how they’re received in dif­fer­ent parts of the globe, athe­ists who don’t want to be in your gang and the woo he hates the most.
Comedian Ed Byrne joins the indig­nates to dis­cuss how com­edy can help dis­miss pseu­do­science on a larger scale; reli­gious jokes and how they’re received in dif­fer­ent parts of the globe, athe­ists who don’t want to be in your gang and the woo he hates the most.
Episode 50 is upon us somehow and we are a year old! We discuss the past year of the podcast, the *new* Monatuk monster, Druid road safety techniques and we talk to Janis & Emma from GM Skeptics about making skepticism more sociable.
Episode 50 is upon us somehow and we are a year old! We discuss the past year of the podcast, the *new* Monatuk monster, Druid road safety techniques and we talk to Janis & Emma from GM Skeptics about making skepticism more sociable.
Are aliens contacting the Earth? Have the daily mail gone skeptical? Are Texas textbooks going to doom us all? Are football shirts being banned in the UK? Have you entered out listener conspiracy contest? If not, why not? This week is an episode of questions, questions that have very obvious …
Are aliens contacting the Earth? Have the daily mail gone skeptical? Are Texas textbooks going to doom us all? Are football shirts being banned in the UK? Have you entered out listener conspiracy contest? If not, why not? This week is an episode of questions, questions that have very obvious …
Stephen Volk is best known for creating the wonderfully creepy 'ghostwatch' that aired in 1992 via the BBC. It scared so many people who thought what they were seeing was real and not a drama that is was banned and remains banned up until this very day. Stephen joins Hayley …
Stephen Volk is best known for creating the wonderfully creepy 'ghostwatch' that aired in 1992 via the BBC. It scared so many people who thought what they were seeing was real and not a drama that is was banned and remains banned up until this very day. Stephen joins Hayley …
This weeks guest is Kevin Goodman from UFO Warminster joins Trystan and Hayley to discuss the UFO phenomena that put the Wiltshire town of Warminster on the paranormal map in the 60's and 70's with it's own UFO flap.
This weeks guest is Kevin Goodman from UFO Warminster joins Trystan and Hayley to discuss the UFO phenomena that put the Wiltshire town of Warminster on the paranormal map in the 60's and 70's with it's own UFO flap.
Mike is a field investigator and representative of the Animal Pathology Field Unit, a British team that investigates reports of animal mutilations along the English-Welsh border. He explains how the APFU have linked the animal deaths to UFOs and reveals his suspicions of a government cover-up.