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We Can Be Weirdos

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Prepare to plunge into the peculiar as Dan Schreiber, professional fact-hunter, uncovers the wild beliefs, ideas and theories of some of the most remarkable people on planet earth. As well as delving into the lives of truly fascinating people, Dan asks his guests a maverick tour of questions known as The Batshit Survey. Do they believe in Ghosts? Déjà vu? Telepathy? Premonitions? Déjà vu? Either way, everyone has theories they are transfixed by, or a mystery in their own life that they’re trying to solve. Dan leaves no rock unturned – and he’ll share plenty of his own mind-blowing facts and theories too. Bonus episodes, ‘The Rough Corner’, hear from YOU – your wild ideas, odd theories and unexplainable experiences. Let’s create a global community of likeminded weirdos! Expect new episodes every Wednesday. Bonus episodes land on Monday. And don’t forget, Global Player is the only place where you can watch bonus extended interviews.


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4.9 out of 5 stars from 663 ratings
  • Excellent interviewing.

    Dan is a great interviewer because not only is he himself an interesting person, but he shows such genuine interest in others. His empathy & inquisitive nature shine through & his guests really respond to that by opening up. These would not normally be topics of particular interest to me but Dan’s enthusiasm & innocent curiosity is infectious. I’ve only listened to the first few episodes & there are some editorial issues within them with the same bits being repeated which is quite disconcerting.... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdoma month ago
  • Clever, funny, weird, beautiful, respectful

    Love the immensely respectful way in which some bizarre and uncommon beliefs are talked about, with zero judgement. I’m a long time listener of No such thing as a fish, and was hesitant at first to explore beyond the comfy podcast where 3 of the 4 hosts won’t be joining, but quickly found that I love listening to these theories and for a few moments in my day I enjoy imaging what it would be like to prescribe to these beliefs!

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa month ago
  • Such good listening

    I’ve ploughed through the whole thing in no time and now eagerly awaiting each new episode. Very entertaining and super interesting. Love it!

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdoma month ago
  • Awesome podcast!

    Constantly upbeat and entertaining, filled with delightful nuggets of information and genuinely interesting and unique guests. Rapidly becoming one of my favourite podcasts!!

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdoma month ago
  • Fantastic!

    A clever and fun idea for a podcast, Dan Schreiber proves once again that he is perhaps the most genial man in comedy. The philosophy of the show is fun to inhabit and can help you appreciate our idiosyncrasies and bizarre beliefs

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa month ago

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