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  • 02:00

    Jan. 12, 2015, 10pm (PST) - Crypto History with Rob Morphy

    in Paranormal

    The history of Cryptozoology is a fascinating subject, as throughout history people, since they arrived in North America have reported sightings of strange creatures on land, sea and air. From sea monsters to pteradactyls, to werewolves, Rob Morphy is a researcher that looks back into these reports.  Rob is also a monthly contributor to Spaced Out Radio making his first appearance on the show in 2016.


    Rob developed a longing for these weird and obscure sightings when he was a kid. He's always had an affinity for finding out the true stories behind what people reported back in the day. The research is arduous and frustrating at best, especially if all of the eye witnesses are deceased, but he tracks them down to keep them in the forefront of the crypto world.


    With his partner, Marc Storrs, Rob started www.cryptopia.us. The first website developed to the pure history of crypto sightings and reports. Think of Cryptopia as their love of monsters. They also examine enigmassuch as psychic phenomena, spectral visitations, historical anomalies, UFO encounters and anything else that may have slipped the surly bonds of conventional reality as we know it.

  • 02:01

    Dec 15th, 2015 - 10pm (PST) - Cryptopia with Rob Morphy

    in Paranormal

    Tonight we chinwag with Rob Morphy, who is currently a blogger and illustrator with both Mysterious Universe and American Monsters — the latter of which he is a  co-creator and owner with Marc Storrs.

    Rob is an artist/writer/filmmaker/transient/philosopher/monster hunter - just to name a few titles / professions.  Rob is also a monthly contributor to Spaced Out Radio, as he tracks down all of the weird and odd stories from around the world.  The odder the better, in his opinion.  He is fascinated by the sightings and the experiences people are reporting, from sea monsters to creatures running around the forests and flying in the skies.

  • 00:41

    Book Chatter #55 with guests Elisabeth Storrs, Laurie Hanan

    in Books

    Book Chatter #55 with guests Elisabeth Storrs, Laurie Hanan. Cohosted by Stacey Cochran, RJ Keller, and Kristyn Holleran.

  • 00:30

    Page Readers talks with Graham Storrs author of "Time Splash"

    in Books

    Join me when I talk with author Graham Storrs about his latest release, "Time Splash". Learn more about Graham at http://www.grahamstorrs.cantalibre.com

  • 01:00

    Under The Hoodies

    in Sports

    Join Mike Pesesky, Bill Keagle, and Brian Shipley every Wednesday night "Under the Hoodies" for their most unbiased, truthful and oftentimes colorful take on the sports world's hottest topics. Tonight, the guys take one final look at the national title game, and the improbable run by the UConn Huskies. The guys will examine the tournament seeding process; did the committee get it right? The guys will also examine pace of play in baseball and give their late predictions for the 2014 season.

  • 01:30

    Fastforward Radio with J. Storrs Hall

    in Science

    Accelerating technological development promises to impact every aspect of our lives -- how we work, how we play, how we interact with each other, how we view our lives and what they mean. We welcome futurist and technology visionary Dr. J. Storrs Hall back to FastForward Radio to discuss these issues. Recently selected to be the new president of the Foresight Institute, Dr. Hall is a scientist, entrepreneur, and prolific writer on nanotechnology, artificial intelligence, machine ethics, and other social impacts of technology.

  • 01:30

    FastForward Radio with Guest J. Storrs Hall

    in Science

    Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon will talk live with nanotechnology visionary J. Storrs Hall about the future of nanotechnology and artificial intelligence, and how the concept of autogeny applies to both. Plus, you can bet there will be some talk of utility fog.

  • 01:43

    Aquarium News - March 2013

    in Pets

    This month the Aquarium News is broadcast live from the Farmers Frag Market sponsored by the E.O. Smith Coral Project in Storrs, Connecticut.  Bill and Steve will also highlight upcoming events like the Tropical Fish Society of Rhode Island's Spring Auction and the 38th Annual NEC Convention, And the Ocean State Reef Conference.

  • 02:31

    Secular Sunday

    in Lifestyle

    Lectures, music and readings of classical literature designed to escape the bread and circus of spectator sport extravaganzas tjhat dominate American popular media.

    Note: There is a ten minute gap between the book discussion and the Libris Vox readings. I apologize for this delay.

    From the program summary by New Books Network host Marshall Poe:

    "Most people who listen to this podcast will have heard of Joseph McCarthy and HUAC (The House Committee on Un-American Activities). His activities and those of HUAC were, however, only the tip of a very large iceberg. In the 1940s and 1950s, the U.S. government conducted something like a “purge” of federal employees with leftist pasts. Thousands of federal workers were invested and hundreds (at least) were terminated. In The Second Red Scare and the Unmaking of the New Deal Left (Princeton UP, 2012), Landon Storrs tells this untold (and very disturbing) story. Listen in.

    The climactic section of Winston Churchill's The River War detailing the Battle of Omduran will be read by a Libris Vox volunteer today.  From a pertinent part of the books summary: 

    " ... The young Churchill was hot to gain war experience to aid his career, and so he wangled a transfer to the 21st Lancers and participated in the last successful cavalry charge the world ever saw, in the climactic battle of Omdurman. ... "

    Harpsichord music is provided by the kind permission of Joyce Har Lindorff.

  • 02:01

    Aquarium News February 2013

    in Pets

    Entering Ferbruary the Aquarium Hobby is in full swing with reports on several major events coming up in the Northeast.  Bill and Steve will recap various auctions, frag swaps, hobby events and recent store visits attended by the Aquarium news.  We will also talk about the launch of our new website at AquariumNews.net and some of the new features we will be rolling out there.   We will be discussing the details of the  3rd stage of the Tri-State Show in Chicopee, MA. on Feb. 17th.   Rich Peirce from the NEC will join us to discuss plans for the upcoming Tropical Fish Show at the NEC Convention in April. Rich will also be conducting a DIY  workshop at the convention.  The show will also feature an in-depth interview with Jon Swanson, MS. discussion the E.O. Smith Coral Project, an education based conservation project. Jon will also be talking about the project's upcoming Farmers Frag Market, in Storrs CT..  In it's sixth year the Farmers Frag Market has grown to become New England's biggest frag swap.

  • 01:00

    THIS IS IYANNA JONES w/Professor Roger N. Buckley

    in Entertainment

    Roger N. Buckley is Professor of History  and the founding director of the Asian American Studies Institute at the University of Connecticut, at its main campus at Storrs. He was born in New York City to immigrant parents from the Caribbean. He earned a Ph.D. in British Empire History from McGill University in Montreal, Canada.
    He began his professional career exploring the question of war and society in the British colonial empire of the 19th century. That work has involved extensive archival research. For example, the archival material for his major book, The British Army in the West Indies, was mined in thirty-nine different public archives spread over ten countries in North America, Europe and the Caribbean.
    His writing has entered a new phase in recent years. In an effort to bring his work to a larger more general audience, he has turned his attention to literary historical fiction and popular fiction. These works (which also include motion picture screen plays and eposodic  drama treatments for television) are all informed by his academic research.