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Righteous Indignation

Righteous Indignation is the weekly UK based pod­cast that aims to crit­i­cally exam­ine extra­or­di­nary claims and the peo­ple who sur­round them. These include ideas related to con­spir­acy, the para­nor­mal, the occult and attempts to rede­fine the bound­aries of sci­ence and under­stand­ing.
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Broadcast 10 years ago
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David is a well known speaker on the Fortean lec­ture cir­cuit and runs Exopolitics.org.uk, a web­site pre­sent­ing appar­ent evi­dence of a polit­i­cal agenda involv­ing world gov­ern­ments and extrater­res­tri­als. Are suc­ces­sive US admin­is­tra­tions really involved in tech­nol­ogy exchanges with vis­i­tors from other plan­ets, and what evi­dence is on the table for such claims?


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Andrew is a bar­ris­ter prac­tis­ing from cham­bers in Lincoln’s Inn, London. With lit­i­ga­tion in the Simon Singh ver­sus BCA libel case still ongo­ing, Andrew dis­cusses the wider impli­ca­tions for skep­tics who are keen to express their views in public.


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An infa­mous fig­ure in British con­spir­acy lore, Tim Matthews has a past like no other. From involve­ment with fringe pol­i­tics, to accu­sa­tions of employ­ment as a ‘state asset’ out to dis­credit ufol­ogy, the men­tion of his name is enough to unnerve the para­noid. More recently Tim has been tread­ing boards in English wheat fields dur­ing the sum­mer months — the focus of the rare inter­view he was kind enough to grant Righteous Indignation.


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Ariane is a com­edy writer and blog­ger. She’s also cre­ator of the grow­ing Atheist Bus cam­paign, a counter to apoc­a­lyp­tic ads run by reli­gious groups on pub­lic trans­port. She talks about this and her new book, ‘The Atheist’s Guide to Christmas’.


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Jailed for his role in the Highgate Cemetery vam­pire hunt of the early 1970s, occultist David Farrant offers his opin­ions on fanged beings, Wicca, ghosts and the per­ceived bat­tle of sci­ence ver­sus spirituality.


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Phil is bet­ter known as the ‘Bad Astronomer’ and is one of the biggest names in the global skep­ti­cism. He is the author of ‘Death From the Skies!’, ‘Bad Astronomy’ and is the cur­rent pres­i­dent of the James Randi Educational Foundation’. He talks to Marsh about moon land­ing hoax con­spir­a­cies, grass­roots skep­ti­cism and vac­ci­na­tion drives.


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Theo is co-host of Hunting Humbug 101 pod­cast and co-author of the Skeptics Field Guide. He donated some of his time to Righteous Indignation in order to dis­cuss his views on skep­ti­cism, class­room sci­ence, bad rea­son­ing and giv­ing true believ­ers too much credit!


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Rebecca is known world­wide to thou­sands as one of the ‘skep­ti­cal rogues’ on the Skeptics Guide to the Universe. She is also the founder of Skepchick.org and joins the team with a bot­tle of wine to talk gen­der issues, vac­ci­na­tion, Oprah and why you shouldn’t ever call her a lit­tle girl.


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NGI are one of the north-east of England’s longest run­ning para­nor­mal inves­ti­ga­tion teams. Jay Brown and Claire Robinson dropped by to dis­cuss the hows, whys and whats of the meth­ods used by the team on their vig­ils, as well as the burn­ing ques­tion of how they view the sci­en­tific method.


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Our friends at BadPsychics.co.uk are rep­re­sented by William Brougham, oth­er­wise known as Kensington on the BP forums. He talks to Trystan about the site’s his­tory, goals and suc­cesses in addi­tion to retelling his per­sonal jour­ney from believer to skeptic.


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