Placebo pills, star-shaped balloons, skepticism in politics, and Matt Smith. Plus gastric ulcers, media cynicism, Chinese lanterns, and fantastic beasts. Stronger in Germany, it’s Skeptics with a K.
Skeptics with a K
Skeptics with a K is the official podcast of the Merseyside Skeptics Society. Each episode features Mike, Marsh and Alice chatting about stuff that interests them, often with a skeptical angle.
Produced by Mike Hall, presented by Mike Hall, Michael Marshall and Alice Howarth.
InKredulous is the skeptical, satirical, comedy panel show from the Merseyside Skeptics Society. The smartest, funniest and fastest skeptics around are invited to take part… and decline. So we make do with any old idiot with a copy of Skype.
Produced and presented by Andy Wilson.
Be Reasonable is the monthly interview show which talks to people who believe ideas contrary to the mainstream scientific and skeptical worldview. Be Reasonable is about approaching subjects with respect and an open mind, engaging with people of differing viewpoints in an environment where debate is polite and good-natured, yet robust and intellectually rigorous.
Produced and presented by Michael Marshall.
Bias, bugles, chemtrails, and colds. Plus knee surgery, barium salts, anti-perspirant, and tiling a bathroom. What do you think to that, Mr Skeptics with a K?
Destroying atheism, meal replacements, and male contraceptives. Plus bananas, wanking, evolution, and German chocolate. Square, practical, and good… it’s a crafty Skeptics with a K!
Episode 41 of our satirical panel show. This time recorded LIVE at QED conference 16th October 2016. Your host is Andy Wilson (@InKredulosi) of the Merseyside Skeptics Society and co-organiser of QED conference.
Appearing this time are:
- Noah Lugeons of the Scathing Atheist, God Awful Movies and Skepticrat podcasts (@Noahl_Lugeons)
- Heath Enwright of the Scathing Atheist, God Awful Movies and Skepticrat podcasts (@heathenwright)
- Eli Bosnick of of the Scathing Atheist, God Awful Movies and Skepticrat podcasts (@elibosnick)
- Tom and Cecil of the Cognitive Dissonance podcast (@dissonance_pod)
- Michael Marshall from Skeptics with a K, Be Reasonable, The Good Thinking Society and fellow co-organiser for QED (@MrMMarsh)
Thanks for attending if you were there, and, as ever, thanks for listening.
Unbalanced minerals, contraceptive pills, tech-savvy kids, and more of your questions. This special episode of Skeptics with a K was recorded live at QED 2016!
Aspartame poisoning, singing questions, higher education, and Homeopathy on the Wirral. Plus time travel, multiple sclerosis, and our favourite woo. In the run-up to QED, it’s Skeptics with a K.
Episode 40 of our satirical panel show. Your host is Andy Wilson (@InKredulosi) of the Merseyside Skeptics Society and co-organiser of QED conference.
This one was beset with technical difficulties from the outset and so I hope I have done justice to my fabulous guests
Appearing this time are:
- Kat Ford PHD student and member of The Merseyside Skeptics Society (@KatLikesJam)
- David-Robert Grimes Journalist, scientist and occasionally author at 3menmakeatiger blog (@DRG1985)
- Brian Thompson Comedy writer, podcaster and all round good guy (@BrianThompy)
As ever, thanks for listening and for all the super comments. Except the ones about the frequency of the show. Except the pitch drop one. That was brilliant 🙂
Plant sperm, charity, homeopathy for HIV, and UFOs over Liverpool. Plus dentists, chemicals, bees, and a final shout-out for QED! With beautiful teeth, it’s Skeptics with a K.
Field archery, vibrating galvanometers, group 1 carcinogens, and scientific papers. Plus juggling plutonium, climbing Greek mountains, and the latest from QED. Producing legends by smashing bell-ends together, it’s Skeptics with a K.
In this very unusual episode of Skeptics with a K, Mike, Marsh, and Alice talk about the Edinburgh Festival, cell signalling pathways, acupuncture, The Hitchhikers’ Guide to the Galaxy, Doctor Who, and the latest from QED.
It’s a golden bat hitting a golden ball out of the park, from Skeptics with a K.