Sunday, June 1, 2008

Episode 5 - Bigfoot Recession

We're baaa-ck!

It's the reunion show! Miss us!?

On this scintillating BFS, Scott, Paul, and Brian chew on the following:
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P.S. At one point in this podcast, Brian says "pileated." When you hear that, please substitute it with the words "Ivory Billed." Thank you.

Friday, March 21, 2008

Our New Logo

Thanks to Bigfoot Forums member Reverend Strone for our awesome new cover art!

Now, what to call that hairy dude? We're asking BFS listeners to help name him! Add your suggestion as a comment. The winner gets...our undying thanks and a mention on the show. Sorry, we blew the prize budget on Pop-Tarts and orange soda.

Sunday, March 9, 2008

Episode 4 - You should have gone before we left

Episode 4 has emerged all pipping hot and tasty from the BFS Easy Bake oven for your aural enjoyment. It's available on iTunes or can be downloaded directly. Joining Brian, Scott, and Matthew on the show, direct from the Mother Country, is Paul Vella, AIBR board member and Bigfoot Forums chief administrator.

Topics covered include:
And, in spite of my best efforts, a little conversation about the Patterson-Gimlin film slipped in. Blame Scott.

P.S. If you get the BFS through iTunes, PLEASE rate and/or review the show. Even if you don't like it. Seriously.

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Episode 3 - Owen Caddy

Episode 3 is now available on iTunes. It can also be downloaded directly.

Our interview with Owen Caddy covered the work he's done enhancing the Patterson-Gimlin film, his thoughts on dermal ridge casting artifacts, his theories regarding sasquatch movement across long distances, and negatively habituated chimpanzees and possible parallels with bigfoot behavior.

Friday, February 15, 2008

Owen Caddy on show number three

We'll be recording our third show this Sunday and this time we have an honest to god guest! Owen Caddy will be joining us to talk about a variety of subjects, including his experience studying chimps and gorillas in Uganda and his work as a scientific illustrator and how that's influenced his opinion of the Patterson-Gimlin Film.

Have a question for Owen? Post it here!

Monday, February 11, 2008

Now playing on Odeo

The BFS is now available on Odeo. We've also added an Odeo player to our site for those who choose not to download the file to your computer.

New Producer

I'm happy to announce the addition of Matthew Gruits to the BFS cult. Matthew will be our producer helping to arrange guests, schedule shows, and in general keeping us focused and in line. Welcome Matt!

Episode 2

Episode 2 is now available on iTunes or as a diresct download here (MP3, 53 MB). On this episode, I'm joined by Scott Herriot and Craig Woolheater. We discuss the PGF (again), disrespect in the media, Wisconsin werewolves (!), and a bunch of other stuff. Enjoy!

Sunday, January 27, 2008

Gloria's kid talks to Scott

Recently, NASA snapped a blobsquatch on Mars and that got Anderson Cooper, diminutive heir to the Gloria Vanderbilt denim fortune and heartthrob anchor of CNN's Anderson Cooper 360, cracking wise about how it looked like famous frame 352 from the PGF (or any other image of an upright bipedal figure, but I digress). Erica Hill, journalist hottie and rumored jilted paramour of our very own Scott Herriot, then mentioned she had a "friend" (wink wink) who, if you can believe this, actually believes in bigfoot! No kidding.

So anywho, the next day they brought Scott onto the show for your typical mainstream media thoughtful Q & A on the topic (which means, they belitted his point of view and spoke to him in the kind yet patronizing way one usually uses with a slow 12 year old). You can watch the mayhem here. And no, he never mentions The Bigfoot Show. Thanks for the love, Scott.

Note, the piece is only 3:49 seconds long, but that doesn't mean Cooper couldn't take up 1:50 showing stupid-ass photos that mocked Scott before he could even get his first word out. Hopefully, CNN will have Scott produce a fairer piece on the subject (but I ain't holding my breath).

Monday, January 14, 2008

Recording date set for episode two

We're still trying to line up a guest, but Scott and I will be recording episode two on January 27 (assuming a new national sport isn't invented and in play-offs between now and then). We're looking forward to having Craig Woolheater join us for his BFS debut.

Look for BFS 002 early in the week of 1/28.

Tuesday, January 1, 2008

Now on iTunes

The Bigfoot Show is now available on iTunes! Subscribe for free by clicking here.