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Sunday, January 22

LIVE with Richard Syrett
Guest: Joel Skousen 

Joel Skousen, publisher of the World Affairs Brief, will discuss why Trump came out fighting in his first press conference, crushing an attempt by a CNN reporter to talk over the president-elect, and soundly thrashing both Buzzfeed and CNN for printing or giving credibility to a so-called 35 page “dossier” of intelligence.

Guest: Marcus Allen 

46 years ago last July, two American astronauts flew to, landed on, and walked over the lunar surface; then returned triumphantly to Earth. The Moon Landings have been voted the most memorable TV event of the 20th Century. But do NASA's claims of evidence stand up to scrutiny? Marcus Allen, the UK publisher of NEXUS Magazine, will discuss why an increasing number of people now have doubts and if thousands of photographs were really taken on the Lunar surface, or during the training exercises here on Earth.

Monday, January 23

LIVE with George Knapp
Guest: Seán O Nualláin

The Foundations of Mind project asserts that the proper study of mind is the most important scientific venture in which humanity has engaged. Seán O Nualláin, founder of the project and Doctor of Computer Science from Trinity College in Dublin, will discuss that reality is an entangled nexus that we cannot truly perceive without changing it.

Guest: James Secord

The first half of the nineteenth century witnessed an extraordinary transformation in British political, literary, and intellectual life and modern science emerged in Europe in more or less its current form, as new disciplines and revolutionary concepts, including evolution and the vastness of geologic time, began to take shape. James A. Secord, professor of History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Cambridge, will discuss a new way to capture this unique moment of change by looking to the future, coordinating and connecting the sciences, and thinking about the natural world in an era of unparalleled change.

Guest: Albert Rosales

Albert Rosales had many strange incidents as a child and developed an interest in UFOs and unusual events from the time he was in high school. After 40 years of extensive research into strange humanoid encounters, Albert has released a 10+ book series on tales of strange beings seen all over the world. He will discuss his most recent findings of bizarre global reports of UFO occupants including Ultraterrestrials, Extraterrestrials, Intraterrestrials, and Mysterious beings. With his research going back as far as the early 1900s, Albert will share stories of Bigfoot, Flying Humanoids, Lightbeings, Skinwalkers, and exotic humanoid hybrids.

Tuesday, January 24

LIVE with George Noory
Guest: Robert Young Pelton

Author and adventurer Robert Young Pelton has traveled all over the world working with private military contractors. He will discuss his inside knowledge of the mechanics of fake news, the background of some of Trump's key confidantes and appointees, and how their influences could alter the dynamics of global power.

Guest: Jim Harold

With a life-long interest in the paranormal, combined with his love of broadcasting and technology, Jim Harold will share some his latest stories from the world of the strange and unexplained.

Wednesday, January 25

LIVE with George Noory
Guest: John Hughes-Wilson

One of Britain’s leading military historians and lecturers, Colonel John Hughes-Wilson will discuss his latest work on the history of intelligence and espionage including the dangerous uncertainties of spies and human intelligence; how the Cold War became an electronic intelligence war; the technical revolution that began with the use of reconnaissance photography in World War I and during the Cuban Missile Crisis; the legacy of Stalin's deliberate ignoring of vital intelligence; how WikiLeaks really happened; and whether 9/11 could have been avoided if America's post-Cold War intelligence agencies had adapted to the new world of international terrorism.

Guest: Open Lines

Thursday, January 26

LIVE with George Noory
Guest: Nancy Colier

Psychotherapist, interfaith minister, author, and veteran meditator, Nancy Colier will discuss how our reliance on technology is rapidly changing how each of us experiences life and exacerbates problems like bullying of children, escalating it to vicious online attacks. She will cover the various ways that this cyber bullying is driving people to suicide and what we can do to create a more empowered relationship with technology in the digital age.

Guest: Brooks Agnew

Electrical Engineer and Doctor of Physics, Bruce Agnew will share updates on his work including North Pole Inner-Earth expeditions, his theory that Planet Earth is made of two planets, one very high frequency, and one low frequency, theories on the Flood of Noah, and why he believes the era of harmonious union is coming to an end and what it means to mankind.

Friday, January 27

LIVE with George Noory
Guest: Linda Moulton Howe

A graduate of Stanford University with a Masters Degree in Communication, Linda Moulton Howe is an Emmy Award-winning TV producer, investigative reporter and author who goes directly to the men and women at the forefront of science and environmental challenges, and to firsthand eyewitnesses of high strangeness. She will discuss Prof. Michael Brown and the 9th Planet; Prof. Ermanno F. Borra's finding of 234 stars that are all yellow sequence like our sun with peculiar star pulsations, and the danger of extinction this century for the cheetah and giraffe.

Saturday, January 28

LIVE with Dave Schrader
Guest: Open Lines