I love the idea of Skeptiko. I think there are a lot of interesting ideas out there, and to me it’s clear that some fringe science might be onto real phenomena, so the premise of Skeptiko is really up my alley. However, after listening to two partial interviews, I’ve quickly realized that the host is not the ideal person to conduct them. For instance, in one recent interview, it devolved into a rather childish argument with his guest, and in both interviews it quickly becomes apparent that the host (1) cannot stay on topic and (2) spends much of the time espousing his own views and perspectives rather than letting the guest talk. For instance, on a show asking whether or not Jesus existed, I listened for something like 15 minutes and the topic of Jesus’ existence didn’t even come up by that point because the host got distracted by talking about globalism, Alister Crowley and other issues. So if you have patience to wait and listen to the guests and can filter out the meanderings of the host, you might enjoy the show. It’s a shame given the topics sound interesting. If the host hones his interviewing skills over time, I’d be curious to give it another shot, but for now, it’s unsubscribe for me.