This week on Expanded Perspectives the guys start the show off talking about how a guy named Mike up in northern Wisconsin back in 1964 was out scouting an area to do some future camping when he saw a small bear. It turns out it was no bear, it was a baby Sasquatch. Then, the strange sightings of some unknown winged beast continues in and near the city of Chicago, this time in Forest Park. According to the eye witness, it was seen with glowing red eyes and began flapping it’s wings as it ascended.

After the break the guys have on Danny Robins from the “Haunted” Podcast. Danny is an experienced comedy writer. He created the hugely successful BAFTA-nominated and RTS Award-winning BBC series Young Dracula, the cult BBC 2 seriesWe Are History and BBC1 Comedy Playhouse sitcom Monks. He has worked on a host of other shows, most recently writing on Series 2 of Comedy Central sitcom I Live With Models, Sky 1’s Trollied and BBC3’s upcoming A Brief History of Tim. He co-created the hit sitcom Rudy’s Rare Records with Sir Lenny Henry, writing four series of it for BBC Radio 4 and a recent TV pilot for BBC1. He is a Radio Award winner, who has created several successful BBC Radio 4 series, including The Museum of Everything, Paperback Hell and Danny Robins Music Therapy. Currently, he has created, written and appeared in new sitcom The Cold Swedish Winter (“A sweet Richard Curtis-ish delight: the kind of thing you could imagine transferring effortlessly to TV” – The Guardian). His stage play of Rudy’s Rare Records for Birmingham Rep and Hackney Empire was a critically-lauded sell out success (“A stonking hit” – The Guardian). He is currently writing a new play for a major West End producer. He has also presented various programmes for TV and Radio, including Let’s Make a Baby for BBC 3’s Mischief strand, The Bullsh*t Detective, BBC2’s The Culture Show and Newsnight‘s election coverage.

All of this and more on this weeks installment of Expanded Perspectives!

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All music for Expanded Perspectives is provided by Pretty Lights. Purchase, Download and Donate at www.prettylightsmusic.com.

Songs Used:

  • Pretty Lights vs. Led Zeppelin
  • World of Illusion
  • Fill Your Eyes
  • Future Blind

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