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Merseyside Skeptics Society
Be Reasonable
Examining beliefs from outside of the mainstream
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 374 ratings
I think it is fantastic that you can come on and talk to people with the most grandiose if not just blatantly ridiculous ideas and yet speak to them in a calm manner with clear concise questions. No one else is doing what you’re doing, keep up the good work.
SculleyMuldune via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/29/21
Amazing
This is a very well put together program. There are two episodes I will not watch. My brain would melt. And thank you for releasing the miracle solution interview. I can see why it's affected the interviewer. I look forward to more.Read full review »
It's All Gooey and Sticky via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/26/21
quantum vet
Yeah? Right? Okay?y’know…..what a load of boland bollocks.
Deep Burrito via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/12/21
Recent Episodes
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Marsh is joined by returning guest Mark Steele, from the political party and campaign group Save Us Now. In this episode, we talk about the goals of Save Us Now as a campaign group, the role of smart street lighting in the UK’s mass depopulation agenda, whether the COVID-19 vaccine is really...
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