I'm joined by Tom and Cecil of the Cognitive Dissonance Podcast (http://dissonancepod.com/) to discuss skepticism, communication and whatever comes up. They're irreverent, they're a bit sweary and they're a lot of fun.
If you think all science communicators have a Mancunian accent and grin madly at the stars think again. Patrick chats with the wonderful Lucy Harper, Communications Officer for SfAM,to see what it’s all about and why it’s so important. The disc
We start with the remarkable Kate Cooper who kicked off the New Optimists by asking scientists "What are you optimistic about?" and has gone on to so much more. We then chat with the brilliant Narendra Nayak, President of the Federation of Indi
This week’s podcast starts with a quick chat with Andrew West of the British Humanist Association about their upcoming event Questival. A chance for fresh air, fun and discussion and debate in a beautiful setting.
The main interview is with
We kick off with Ash Pryce of the Edinburgh Skeptics. Sorry about my slight warble but Ash is as lucid as ever. Find out about their phenomenal plans at www.skepticsonthefringe.co.uk.
In the main interview Patrick talks to the authors of the
We start with a quick word with Nick Pope after his SitP talk on The Royal Society meeting on extra terrestrial life.
In the main interview Patrick talks to the author of the popular, satirical Internet cartoon strip Jesus and Mo of www.jesu
Patrick interviews Ray Jayawardhana. Ray Jayawardhana is an astronomer at the University of Toronto, where he holds the Canada Research Chair in Observational Astrophysics, and an award-winning science writer. His primary research areas include
Patrick interviews Dr Martin Austwick who is one of the presenters on the Answer Me This podcast, he is a physicist and has an album out called Songs from the Scientific Cabaret.
Check out the blog at http://brumskeptics.blogspot.com/2011/03
Patrick headed off to QED recently, and conducted 11 Interviews! Yes 11! Its a new record! Included are such names as Eugenie Scott, Kate Akingbade, Steve Novella, Kylie Sturgess, George Hrab, Matt Parker, and Hayley Stevens! This is a classic
Patrick checked out Cheltenham Skeptics in the Pub this week and caught up with a few people there.
Our main interview this week is with Ben Pugh from The Falstaff Factor, a new search for the next great psychic!
Patrick Interviews Mark Crislip - Mark Crislip, MD has been a practicing Infectious Disease specialist in Portland, Oregon, since 1990. He is responsible for the Quackcast, a skeptical review of supplements and complementary and alternative med
The Birmingham Skeptics in the Pub Podcast is back, we took an extended vacation over Christmas, but we are back, and wow do we have a bit of a special for you.
Instead of the usual interviews, we thought we would bring you an entire SitP ta
Patrick interviews Hamish MacPherson from www.humanistheritage.org.uk.
Also Patrick recently turned up unexpectedly at Notts SitP, and spoke to a few people, one of which is a particular favourite of this podcast, find out what Patrick had t
This time Patrick interviews Prof. Stanley Krippner about his new book "Debating Psychic Experience: Human Potential or Human Illusion?"
Which you can pre-order at
To celebrate the release of Supernatural Season 5 on DVD we have a great interview with PROFFESOR BILL MCGUIRE.
Have you ever wondered what would happened if we were hit by an asteroid?
Are you frightened by the rate in which we are dest
Dean Burnet from Wales Skeptics in the Pub joins Patrick for another great and informative interview.
You can also check out Deans blog at http://sciencedigestive.blogspot.com/
Also includes important information regarding our next Birmin