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Merseyside Skeptics Society
Be Reasonable
Examining beliefs from outside of the mainstream
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4.9 stars from 410 ratings
A master class
Just discovered this and it is one of my new favorites. It is a master class in how to speak with people whom you disagree, even when that person may be a complete jerk. I find myself wishing the talented host would just scream at some of his subjects, but alas, he is a better human than I am....Read full review »
YodaHermione via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/18/22
A really great show uncovering often peculiar beliefs. The level of patience and lack of mockery from the presenter is beyond commendable. Sometimes I have to have a lie down after listening.
Musobri via Apple Podcasts · France · 11/02/21
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
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