WEIRD TALES RADIO SHOW
In this week's Weird Tales Radio Show we mention a new short documentary – called John Was Trying to Contact Aliens – currently playing on Netflix. Here's the link to the official trailer...
The Weird Tales Radio Show now goes out across a syndication network of 30+ radio stations plus is available on Mixcloud, SoundCloud, YouTube, Spotify and all major podcast platforms, reaching a total weekly audience of 1.2million listeners.
Way back in the early autumn of 2017, I interviewed best selling Rivers of London author and one-time Doctor Who scriptwriter Ben Aaronovitch at a British Fantasy Society Fantasycon event. The interview subsequently went out on my pre-Weird Tales podcast – but we still have the audio (complete with a mass-shuffle of chairs by the audience) so here it is again...
Last month on the Weird Tales Radio Show we carried an interview with Ole Dammegard on the subject of conspiracies and the Deep State. Now because it was such a long interview we had to split it over two shows HOWEVER as it was recorded in one session over Skype we do have a full length version of the interview available AND because Ole had his camera on, we’ve just posted it up onto YouTube. It’s the full uncut interview - completely with plenty of umms and aahs by me. The full interview runs to one hour and 37 minutes.
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