Anomaly Radio Schedule Fall 2017

Daily Schedule – Fall 2017

Began Sunday, October 15th

All Times CST Central Standard Time

  • 00:00 – 03:00 am The Watt From Pedro Show with Mike Watt
  • 03:00 – 03:30 am Scott Horton Show with Scott Horton
  • 03:30 – 04:30 am Expanding Mind with Erik Davis
  • 04:30 – 04:35 am Anomaly Radio News 4:30am
  • 04:35 – 06:00 am Binnall of America with Tim Binnall
  • 06:00 – 06:05 am Anomaly Radio News 6am
  • 06:05 – 09:00 am Conspirinormal with Adam Sayne
  • 09:00 – 09:05 am Anomaly Radio News 9am
  • 09:05 – 11:00 am The Saucer Life with Aaron Gulyas
  • 11:00 – 12:00 pm Scott Horton Show
  • 12:00 – 12:05 pm Anomaly Radio News Noon
  • 12:05 – 02:00 pm Gralien Report with Micah Hanks
  • 02:00 – 02:05 pm Anomaly Radio News 2pm
  • 02:05 – 04:00 pm Where Did The Road Go? with Seria Azkath
  • 04:00 – 05:30 pm Peeranormal with Dr. Michael Heiser
  • 05:30 – 06:00 pm Scott Horton Show
  • 06:00 – 06:05 pm Anomaly Radio News 6pm
  • 06:05 – 08:00 pm Daily Variation
  • 08:00 – 08:05 pm Anomaly Radio News 8pm
  • 10:05 – 10:00 pm PsiOp Radio with Mack White and SMiles Lewis
  • 10:00 – 00:00 am Radio Misterioso with Greg Bishop

Weekly Variations

Mondays
06:05 – 08:00 pm Conspirinormal with Adam Sayne

Tuesdays
06:05 – 08:00 pm Gralien Report with Micah Hanks

Wednesdays
06:05 – 08:00 pm Radio Misterioso with Greg Bishop

Wednesdays
08:00 – 09:00 pm PsiOp Radio LIVE with Mack White and SMiles Lewis

Thursdays
06:05 – 08:00 pm The Saucer Life with Aaron Gulyas

Fridays
06:05 – 08:00 pm Where Did The Road Go? with Seria Azkath

Saturdays
06:05 – 08:00 pm Expanding Mind with Erik Davis

Sundays
08:30 – 09:00 am Scott Horton on KPFK

Sundays
06:05 – 08:00 pm Binnall of America with Tim Binnall

Sundays
10:00 – 00:00 am Radio Misterioso LIVE with Greg Bishop

The Saucer Life with Aaron Gulyas – Now on Anomaly Radio

Aaron Gulyas’ Saucer Life podcast Now on Anomaly Radio!

The Saucer Life is a podcast, released roughly monthly, which explores the history and lore of flying saucers (or UFOs, if you like) through the lens of individual stories of encounters, sightings, concepts or events. “Stories” is the key word: we’re not interested in either proving or debunking anything. Rather, we’re treating flying saucers as folklore.

Aaron Gulyas is a teacher, writer and historian whose books have ranged from historical studies of conspiracy culture to guides for using film in the history classroom. He would love to bore you with stories of strange alien contacts that involve pancakes and funny hats.

A teacher, historian, and writer (generally in that order), Gulyas received his BA in History from Hanover College in 1998 as well as an MA in United States History from Indiana University-Indianapolis in 2003. He then moved into teaching, and has been at Mott Community College since 2006. His online courses include World History to 1500, World History to Present, American Military History, History of the Holocaust, and East Asia 1600 to Present. He also works with several of the college’s curriculum and accreditation efforts. Gulyas is the author of a number of articles and books on media history and criticism, science fiction, and fringe political cultures.

Podcast: The Saucer Life / Books @ Amazon