Archive for October, 2013
OooooooOOOOOooOooooOOoooo it’s the spooky Halloween episode of Skeptics with a K! Featuring poisonous venom infections, petrified giants, trick or treaters and, er, promiscuous students. Plus the Flash Bathroom Cleaner… of death! A dark and sinister bird… with giant mutant feet! And most terrifying of all… a ropey pun from Marsh.
Tickets for QED 2014 are now on sale – visit qedcon.org/tickets for yours now!
The accidental conspiracy special! With the SAS, Princess Diana, mountaineers and Jesus of Nazareth. Plus Tales from Texas, Renny Harlin, Withnail and I and tight red trousers. Honestly, we didn’t conspire to talk about conspiracies… co-incidences genuinely do happen! It’s Skeptics with a K.
Episode 23 of our satirical comedy podcast.
Your host is Andy Wilson (@InKredulosi) of the Merseyside Skeptics Society and director and co-organiser of QED conference.
Appearing this time are:
- Carrie Poppy of the Oh No Ross and Carrie podcast – @CarriePoppyYES
- Kate Smurthwaite – Comedian and activist at www.katesmurthwaite.co.uk – @Cruella1
- Michael ‘Marsh’ Marshall of Merseyside Skeptics Society, Skeptics with a K, Be Reasonable and director and co-organiser of QED conference – @MrMMarsh
Thanks for listening.
Flowers, travel sickness, food banks and the European Union. Plus Julius Caesar, the abolition of Income Tax and the return of Question of the Week! Though Mike is still in Texas, it is Skeptics with a K.
Question of the Week
On the assumption that donating to a food bank is a Good Thing, should we donate to Christian food banks in the absence of a secular alternative? Is it okay for the church to use donating products as a tool to proselytise? What about corporate food banks? Answer in the comments below.