Join your regular hosts this Wednesday at 7pm when they will be joined by social policy research postgrad and film maker Michael Story to chat about social policy and various aspects of skepticism. You can watch the show right here from 7pm this Wednesday January 29th, and don’t forget you can tweet your questions to the show @skepticcanary or email tom at skepticcanary.com. See you here from 7!
Join your regular hosts this Wednesday January 22nd as they are joined by PhD student and science communications enthusiast Ian Wilson! Ian goes by the moniker “Science Gremlin” on Twitter and blogs about many aspects of science, including science’s changing relationship with religion. Don’t forget you can get in touch with the hosts any time during the show, just tweet at skepticCanary or use the hashtags #skepticcanaryshow or #canarychat. Alternatively, you can email tom at skepticcanary.com. See you here at 7!
Join your regular hosts this Wednesday January 15th at 7pm as they chew the fat with Crispian Jago! Crispian is a long time skeptic, blogger and cartoonist, famed for (amongst other things) his Venn diagrams. As always, viewers are invited to ask questions via Twitter and email (tom at skepticcanary.com). See you here at 7!
It’s the first show of 2014, so your regular hosts will be looking back through their favourite moments of 2013, as well as looking forward to the year ahead. As always, viewers are welcome to contribute their favourite 2013 moments by tweeting @skepticcanary or by emailing tom at skepticcanary.com. You can watch the show live here at 7pm on Wednesday January 8th!
This Wednesday at 7pm, join your hosts as they talk to Jonny Scaramanga. Jonny is a Bristol based musician who was raised as a Christian fundamentalist and then spent many of his formative years trying to separate creationist fiction from reality.
Jonny is currently writing a book on the subject and you can read his most excellent blog on the subject here.
Contact Tom via email at Tom [at] skepticcanary.com or on twitter at @skepticcanary with your questions.
Hope you enjoy the show!
In this weeks episode your regular hosts will be joined by Alex Brown from Norwich Skeptics to chat about the skeptical issues of the day. Join us live here at 7pm Wednesday December 11th!
In this episode, broadcasting live here on Wednesday December 4th at 7pm, your regular hosts will be joined by writer and philosopher Russell Blackford to talk about his latest book, 50 Great Myths About Atheism. As always, if you have any questions for Russell or any of the presenters, you can ask them via Twitter or email tom at skepticcanary.com. Watch the show live here from 7pm GMT!
For this week’s show we are joined by Guy Chapman to chat about alternative medicine, quackbusting and of course the erstwhile publication “What Doctors Don’t Tell You”. Join us live here from 7pm on Wednesday November 27th 2013.
If you have any questions for Guy or any of the presenters, you can email us (tom at skepticcanary.com) or get in touch via Twitter.
Guy’s blahg: http://www.chapmancentral.co.uk/blahg/
This Wednesday sees the Skeptic Canary Show welcome it’s first ever returning guest. Ben King of the Grime and Reason blog, who first appeared in Episode 4, will join your regular hosts to talk skepticism, politics and economics. Join us live here from 7pm GMT on Wednesday November 20th!
If you have questions for Ben or any of the presenters, on any topic, you can get in touch with the show via Twitter or email tom at skepticcanary.com.
As you may know, I’m a bit of a flag fan. An amateur vexillologist, if you will. Therefore I’m always on the look out for any flag stories, and an absolute cracker occured recently in Manchester. The BBC reports that on Remembrance Sunday, Manchester City Council managed to fly a Union Flag, that was, well, just slightly unusual. They had somehow managed to get the diagonal stripes the wrong way round, giving the appearance of a psychadelic TIE fighter. I’ve replicated the flag below.
Always ahead of the curve, my Skeptic Canary Show cohost David James became a bit of a fan of the design, and got a T-shirt printed featuring the flag in question. He took us all by surprise by revealing the shirt live on the latest show!
David has shown an entrepenaurial streak. He’s christened the design “Union Whack” (I love the name!) and made it available on both Zazzle and Cafe Press. Enjoy!