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The Gralien Report with Micah Hanks is a weekly live show and podcast, airing Mondays from 7 to 9 PM ET, where we seek to better our understanding of science and the mysteries of this world, and explore new possibilities pertaining to our existence. Listen live during any show by clicking the live streaming player at the top of this page, and join us in the chat room via the window below.
We feature a number of guests on the program from fields that include science, history, UFOs, cryptozoology, and forteana, to politics and conspiracy theories. Past guests on the show include Erich von Daniken, George Noory, Giorgio Tsoukalos, Nick Redfern, Nancy Du Tertre, Dr. Robert Schoch, Sharon Hill, and dozens more.
Podcasts are available via the iTunes App Store, Stitcher, and many others. If you have questions about how you can download or listen live to The Gralien Report, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have.
About Micah Hanks
Few have ever entered the talk radio industry and, from the very outset, claimed for themselves a title as wild and untamed as “The Mouth of the South.” Even fewer have wielded such words, and actually managed to own them. But much like his attitude and approach to news, politics, the unexplained, and the realms of reality less often visited, Micah Hanks is a host who takes seriously the words he offers from behind the microphone, in addition to putting as much heart into them as he can muster, no matter what the occasion.
Hanks has attracted listeners and readers by the thousands with his books and weekly Gralien Report Podcast, he reaches an even wider base of free thinkers and truth seekers worldwide, in addition to offering truly unique commentary on world events, politics, conspiracies, and other subjects that the mainstream media simply glosses over, if they are addressed at all.
Hanks is comfortable with being called a skeptical thinker, in the traditional philosophical sense that when the data is incomplete, we cannot know the answer to a given issue with certainty. Despite this fundamental truism, more often in this world we see that journalists, pundits, bloggers and commentators leap not just to conclusions, but to extremities that are based on their own worldview… whether in blind faith, or unreasonable skepticism. The Micah Hanks Program seeks to look carefully and critically at the world around us, and let the facts tell the rest of the story.
If you have news tips, comments, or questions about the show, you can contact Micah via email at email@example.com.