|Hey Ladies . . . (wiki)|
The episode clocked in around an hour and had three main segments. The first was an interview with Sharon Hill, the second was a discussion of Reasonable Hank's efforts to catalog nurses and nurse-midwives who are anti-vaccination, and finally, an interview with Ben Radford.
Hill's segment was mainly announcing the revival of Doubtful News after she had put the site on hiatus during the Spring of 2016. Hill shared that at the time she thought she had shuttered the site for good, or at least had no plans to update it. However, Hill shared how a skeptic has to skep, and she found herself drawn to starting writing again. Hill also discussed plans for the National Capital Area Skeptics to host a skeptical ghost tour this October. I suspect will not exactly be in the mold of ghost tours I have taken in Gettysburg, PA. Hill also touched upon the recent Evil Clown epidemic making the mass media rounds recently. She discussed how she began to feel burned out maintaining Doubtful News as the amount of woo woo is unrelenting. She further hinted at a new Doubtful News project. Overall, it was a good segment although it felt a bit rushed. I am not sure if that was just in the editing or if the time difference between the East Coast of the U.S. and Australia compels one of the party to get through the discussion so someone can get to bed.