Token Skeptic Podcast Episode. And Another Token Skeptic Podcast Episode. And #PodcastDay!

It helps if I can remember how to get back into the blog... so I can blog.How is everyone? I've just recovered from three weeks without a voice, which pretty much removed my ability to do anything at all for most of September - resulting in three podcasts in quick succession as October rolled in. Mama's gotta pay for the hosting fees of the show after all.I'd outline exactly what it was like, but I think this photo of my wait to get a blood test is as best as I'm going to get without … [Read more...]

New Podcasts: Urban Legendary 11 And Media Release By AFA On “No Religion” In The Australian 2016 Census

New content! As always, check them out on (along with all the other episodes of podcasts) - and on the SoundCloud account of the AFA (new AFA podcast out soon!):Urban Legendary 11 is out on the Token Skeptic site!Remember, if you'd like to support the show (and get behind-the-scenes content and rewards - check out the Patreon site at For as little as $1, you can help with the hosting and producing of the show - as well as my immense … [Read more...]

Australian National Science Week Podcasts – Now Out On Token Skeptic


Two podcasts as a part of Australia's National Science Week - and it's with huge thanks to RTRFM, who made these possible, and especially the Talk The Talk podcast.Part One - with The Naked Scientists, Ben Britton of Nat Geo Wild and Costa from Costa's Garden!   Part Two - features some interesting recorded and live interviews - Neil Harbisson of the Cyborg Foundation and Dr Siouxsie Wiles!Big thanks to everyone (Patreons, you rock!) who donated to the RadioThon - I'm sending you some … [Read more...]

New Podcasts Out! Token Skeptic #203 And AtheistAus 6 With Shelley Segal!

Atheist Australia

New shows now out! Token Skeptic episode #203 - On After The Gold Rush, Skeptical Archaeology And Light For Riley: I spoke to Miles Greb – creator and writer of After The Gold Rush, on the impending launch of the Kickstarter you can contribute to – check it out today at The Pregnancy Babies & Children’s Expo was held over the weekend in Claremont, and for many attendees it was a chance to meet Greg and Cath Hughes, the parents of Riley.Light for … [Read more...]

Token Skeptic Podcast #201 Now Out – Science Vs, Pluto, Saving Discovery Centre


It's all happening over here - I'm heading out to do more radio interviews about the local environment and economy, which should appear on the next Urban Legendary show. After doing a 1am-4am live music radio show.At some point, I'll sleep...But in the meantime? How about downloading the newest podcast of mine - Token Skeptic Episode #201? I'm even going to change the intro theme song... depends on feedback. If you'd like to help support the show, just hop over to … [Read more...]

New Podcasts Out! Skepticism, Belle Gibson, Psychics, Scientology and More!

Urban Legendary logo

Damned hayfever. I have no idea what's causing it, but here's some podcasts to tide us all over until I can actually breathe again!Urban Legendary Episode Nine -  Belle Gibson was recently interviewed on Australia's 60 Minutes program, about the claims she had made about treating her terminal brain cancer with wholefoods. Her book The Whole Pantry, is still available for sale at some bookstores, although the app and new editions are no longer being produced. Yet with the realisation that B … [Read more...]

AtheistAus Podcast – Now On SoundCloud And On iTunes

Atheist Australia

For those who haven't been following the fairly-new journey of the AtheistAus Podcast - the official podcast of the Atheist Foundation of Australia - it now has a new and proper home on SoundCloud and its own iTunes feed.The additional details and downloads can also be found on the official listing of the show at the Atheist Foundation of Australia's site. There's an RSS feed there too.Previously episodes were hosted within the Token Skeptic podcast (where they will soon be removed) - no … [Read more...]

New Token Skeptic and Urban Legendary Podcasts Now Out

Daniel, Kylie, John and PZ Swancon 2015

A quick recap of what's been happening podcast-wise, as I get down to more work on producing all the skeptical/atheist things I do while not dealing with a cold! Episode One Hundred And Ninety Nine of the Token Skeptic Podcast – On Skepticism 101 With John Scalzi, Daniel Midgley and Kylie Sturgess -  This is a very long, panel recording – with tremendous thanks to SwanCon and their organisers (and the fellow panelists, John and Daniel!) for allowing this to happen.A 101 on skeptical thinki … [Read more...]

New Philosophy, Science, ChatShow Funny Podcast – Kinda Thinky!


Check it out - it's Kinda Thinky!They've been doing sold-out live shows since last year, included live-streaming, recorded video shows (that you can pay and get all of the series via Vimeo On Demand - a very good deal and I highly recommend it) - and now podcasts!In September 2014 CPAS academics Rod Lamberts and Will Grant launched KindaThinky, an innovative live talk show that takes place in Canberra’s Civic Pub. Every one of their shows has sold out, and KindaThinky has been the talk o … [Read more...]

Podcast Update (And More!)

Lawrence and Kylie

It's been a bit intensive with the podcasting recently:Episode One Hundred And Ninety Seven – On The Escapist – Interview With Lawrence Leung over at's not often that I get to do an interview in person; this one was done at the Toast cafe in East Perth and the day before his UWA show (which was great!) and it was mostly just an opportunity to catch up. Lawrence is an i … [Read more...]

Podcasting Your Passion – Video Of #SwanCon Panel

With great thanks to Daniel Midgely of Talk The Talk podcast, here's a video of our presentation at SwanCon!Podcasting – from Serial to Nerdist, from Pharos Project to Smodcast, there’s a number of online radio shows that demonstrate that there’s an audience for anything. But how might you get started? Tips and tricks by Kylie Sturgess (Token Skeptic) and Daniel Midgley (Talk the Talk) on different formats for the curious and quizzical. … [Read more...]