First Episode with filmmaker, adventurer and wildlife cameraman Sam Buckle - one of the most interesting, curious and intelligent people I know. Podcast link below
World renowned mushroom expert and forager Geoff Dann joins us. Geoff is the author of 'Edible Mushrooms', arguably the best book on wild mushrooms this century.
Philip Mantle is an eminent UFO researcher, author, lecturer and investigator. He started in the field back in 1979 when he joined the British UFO Research organisation where he went on to head up their investigations unit. He has worked on publicising several UFO films including Spielberg’s Close Encounters of the Third Kind. He has even taught the subject of UFOs at a Yorkshire College.
Philip has published several books on UFOs over the years but his latest is one of the most exciting ones and covers the Pascagoula incident in Mississippi which is one of the most mysterious and credible UFO abductions incidents ever. Its probably second only the Betty and Barney hill incident.
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Calvin Parker and Charlie Hickson were abducted by a UFO on October 11th, 1973 in one of the most famous, credible and well documented abduction cases ever. Calvin's book "Pascagoula - The Closest Encounter: My Story by Calvin Parker" is available on Amazon now.
John Baker is one of the UK's foremost water diviners - in his book "Adventures of a 21st Century Dowser" he talks about the practice of water divining and dowsing, working on archaeological digs and the mental processes of exploring for water underground using only a forked Woden stick or two metal rods.
JB Bethea is a former actor in films and TV shows such as Prison Break. He is now a motivational speaker and teaches Actor's mindset and PSP. JB helps startups gain funding and advises large companies on inter-company communication, motivation and business practice. His instagram is @jbthespeakingpro
Tim Friede has allowed himself to be bitten hundreds of times by snakes so venomous they could kill an elephant. These include Taipans, Monocled cobras and Black Mambas to name just a few. Tim is one of the co-founders of Mithros Bioscience - a company which is using Tim's own body's antibodies to create a human based antivenin. Tim and his partners aim to use this antivenom to help thousands of people - many in poverty stricken areas of the world. These people are forgotten by big Pharma as they can't pay large fees for antivenin drugs. Check out Tim Friede's videos on Youtube where he gets bitten by taipans and Black mambas simultaneously in pursuit of this noble cause.
Samuel Brilhart was born in Michigan before moving to Chicago. After training at the Moscow Art Theatre in Moscow, Russia Sam did Improv in Chicago at Second City, Improv Olympic and The Annoyance.
Sam resides in Los Angeles and New York where he's had numerous film and TV roles and he performs stand up comedy at The Comedy Store, The Icehouse, and Flappers. He also runs the radio arm of an Entertainment Company. When he's not performing Sam loves making wine with his parents and being in nature.
I caught up with my good friend, wildlife photographer Sam Buckle, on the beach down in Cornwall over the hot Easter weekend. We had a chat in the Sun as the waves crashed in.
Juliana Wright is an expert in plant medicines including Ayahuasca, Peyote and Iboga.
She feels, tho, that her true calling in this life began to materialise in 2010 with an intensive 2 year initiation into plant medicines: ayahuasca, san pedro, peyote, iboga. alongside an initiation into Kambo. The iboga initiation in particular initiated a further profound epiphany – grounding and deepening the embodiment of what had already been realised and almost immediately after it, she began to offer small ceremonies in her own home ( ayahuasca, san pedro and iboga as well as working with the frog medicine, Kambo ) using her experience in holding ceremony. together with being true to being present in the body, free of traditions.
She has taken 100’s of celebrants through this initiation and offers each person the potential to change their reality; to leave the nonsense of the thinker, enter the stillness of the body and to have the gnosis ( direct experience ) of this authenticity.
Nick Cook is one of the UK's leading defence analysts. Formerly the Aviation Editor of Jane's Defence Weekly, the world's premier military affairs journal, he has also written for newspapers around the world.
Nick has done extensive investigation into German specialist weaponry research at the height of WW2 as well as operation Paperclip and the Nazi scientists brought to White Sands after the war to build the US space program. In his book The Hunt for Zero Point, Cook investigates US and German research into anti-gravity propulsion. He is an expert on the fine line between top secret military aircraft and the UFO phenomenon. He doesn't rule anything out.
He is the author of The Hunt For Zero Point, a non-fiction bestseller on both sides of the Atlantic. His new fictional novel, The Grid, is a psychological thriller about mind control as a military and intelligence weapon.
Malcolm is a mud historian and Mudlark. Historically, Mudlarks would search the muddy shores of the River Thames at low tide for anything that could be sold; and sometimes, when occasion arose, pilfering from river traffic. By at least the late 18th century people dwelling near the river could scrape a subsistence living this way. Mudlarks were usually either youngsters aged between eight and fifteen, or the robust elderly; and though most mudlarks were male, girls and women were also scavengers.
Becoming a mudlark was usually a choice dictated by poverty and lack of skills. Work conditions were filthy and uncomfortable, as excrement and waste would wash onto the shores from the raw sewage and sometimes also the corpses of humans, cats and dogs. Mudlarks would often get cuts from broken glass left on the shore. The income generated was seldom more than meagre; but mudlarks had a degree of independence, since (subject to tides) the hours they worked were entirely at their own discretion and they also kept everything they made as a result of their own labour.
Keith Malcolm is one of my oldest and dearest friends. We have a proper beer session in a real London pub on the south side of the Thames where we set the world to rights talking about invasive medical procedures, atheism, incels, coronavirus, Trump, cameras in parliament, and imperialism, amongst other topics all washed down with a few of London’s finest pale ales. This is a fun one with a good pub atmosphere. Hope you enjoy it.
Robbie Schmittner is an explorer and adventurer who is responsible for some of the most notable contributions to cave exploration thus far. Originally from Germany, Robbie has lived in Southern México for over twenty years and has dedicated his adult life to mapping and exploring the vast network of cenotes (water filled caves) that span thousands of kilometers under the Yucatán Peninsula.
Thus far he has discovered over 450 kilometers of uncharted caves. He is also responsible for connecting the Sac Actun and Dos Ojos cave systems which created the longest water filled cave system in the world.
Lord Neil Kinnock was the Leader of the Labour Party from 1983-1992 during which time he faced off against Margaret Thatcher who was Prime Minister until 1990 and then against John Major, who Lord Kinnock lost to in an extremely close run election in 1992, having been expected by most of the media and the country to win.
Neil talks to me about the UK Govt response to the virus, his time as leader of the party, meeting with Ronald Reagan and Fidel Castro and his battles across the despatch box with Margaret Thatcher
Tony Blair has paid tribute to Kinnock’s role in vanquishing the militant left from the Labour Party and initiating early changes which moved the party to a more publicly acceptable (and electable) centre ground, paving the way for Blair to become PM.
Lord Kinnock left the House of Commons in 1995 and went on to become the Vice-President of the European Commission under Romano Prodi from 1999–2004.
He was described by the UK press in 1999 as the 2nd most powerful man in Europe and he’s known for his radical modernisation of the European Commission. Lord Kinnock joined the House of Lords in 2005
Nick Dunn is an ex-paratrooper with 1 Para and a veteran of Afghanistan and Iraq where he miraculously survived being blown up by an IED before leaving the army and going on to become an anti-piracy specialist on commercial shipping routes in the Arabian Sea, Indian Ocean and Bay of Bengal
Nick was later subject to a tragic miscarriage of justice that led to him being imprisoned unjustly in India as one of the so-called Chennai 6 as the world’s press called them
Nick wasn’t just innocent of any crime, there actually was no crime. Stationed on an anti-piracy ship to protect vessels against Somali pirates, he and several other anti-piracy guards on a US merchant marine vessel were arrested and falsely charged with intruding into Indian waters and the possession of illegal weapons.
Nick lost 4 years of his life trapped a legal nightmare in prisons across Tamil Nadu in the southeast of India, thousands of miles from his home in Newcastle and his family. He spent the majority of his time in appalling conditions at Chennai prison with extremely limited contact to the outside world.
He has a book out now centitled “Surviving Hell” which I highly recommend. Nick’s lifetime of experience as an elite British soldier gave him the mental strength not to buckle under all the pressure he endured during these years of political and legal wrangling while he was stuck in prison.
Mike Turber is a former US Air Force intelligence specialist. He has information which he believes proves that the UFOs cited by the Dept of Defence are in fact top secret US aircraft. Not only that but Mr Turber believes he has conclusive evidence that that aircraft have figured out Way to beat the laws of gravity. This technology - if released - could in theory solve the world’s energy problems and allow us to cease the use of fossil fuels. If its ET then its the biggest story in the history of humanity. If its US top secret technology then why isn’t it being released? How does Mike Turber know what he knows ? Listen now and find out
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