youneverknowunlessyoutry

Dougie Birrell

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We live in a world in which there's plenty weird and wonderful events occurring. Depending on who you talk to, they tend to be either easily explained or not so easily explained. What kind of events am I talking about? I'm talking about events and topics that we widely term 'new age'. I'm sure those two little words are instantly conjuring up all sorts of naff stereotypical images in your head. I want to throw the new age stereotypes out the windows and offer everyone the chance to find out more about a range of subjects. As part of it I want to give people the opportunity to participate and try some of these things for themselves. I decided to make a podcast where I speak to people in fields such as mediumship, ghosts, dowsing, meditation and tarot and find out more about these subjects: How they became interested? What do they do? What issues do they encounter? What is the reputation of their field? What are the ethics involved? I want to discuss both positive and negative aspects of their fields. Where possible, I'd like them to give practical demonstrations, not only that I would like them to try experiments and exercises for listeners to either along with or after the podcast. I want something everyone can participate in and offer feedback on. User interaction is key. I'd like to do a follow-up podcast for each person I talk to, this will give listeners an opportunity to send in questions and comment on the exercises or experiments via email. Website: http://youneverknowuntilyoutry.co.nr

We live in a world in which there's plenty weird and wonderful events occurring. Depending on who you talk to, they tend to be either easily explained or not so easily explained. What kind of events am I talking about? I'm talking about events and topics that we widely term 'new age'. I'm sure those two little words are instantly conjuring up all s... Show more

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