Samuel Rush Brilhart was born and raised in the agricultural mecca of the Midwest in a small town just outside of Flint, Michigan. Inclined to Musical Theatre at a young age, Sam played roles in The Music Man, Bye Bye Birdie, and South Pacific. After training at the Moscow Art Theatre in Moscow, Russia Sam did Improv in Chicago at Second City, Improv Olympic and The Annoyance.
Sam resides in Los Angeles and New York where he's had numerous film and TV roles and he performs stand up comedy at The Comedy Store, The Icehouse, and Flappers. He also runs the radio arm of an Entertainment Company. When he's not performing Sam loves making wine with his parents and being in nature.
Tim Friede has allowed himself to be bitten hundreds of times by snakes so venomous they could kill an elephant. These include Taipans, Monocled cobras and Black Mambas to name just a few. Tim is one of the co-founders of Mithros Bioscience - a company which is using Tim's own body's antibodies to create a human based antivenin. Tim and his partners aim to use this antivenom to help thousands of people - many in poverty stricken areas of the world. These people are forgotten by big Pharma as they can't pay large fees for antivenin drugs. Check out Tim Friede's videos on Youtube where he gets bitten by taipans and Black mambas simultaneously in pursuit of this noble cause.
JB Bethea is a former actor in films and tv shows such as Prison Break. He is now a motivational speaker and teaches Actor's mindset and PSP. JB helps startups gain funding and advises large companies on inter-company communication, motivation and business practice. His instagram is @jbthespeakingpro
John Baker discovered the ability to dowse in 1993, quite by chance and embarked on a great new adventure initially working with local archaeologists as I needed proof that that what I was 'picking up', did in fact exist and was not the result of feverish imagination. It wasn't!!
Several of Britain’s biggest water companies have said their engineers still use dowsing rods to divine the location of water pipes and leaks after being challenged by a science blogger. The practice of dowsing, which dates from medieval times, involves using two L-shaped rods to find hidden water. It has been derided as superstition by many for centuries and has not been found to be unreliable by scientists.
Philip Mantle who is an eminent UFO researcher , author, lecturer and investigator. He started in the field back in 1979 when he joined the British UFO Research organisation where he went on to head up their investigations unit. He has worked on publicising several UFO films including Spielberg’s Close Encounters of the Third Kind. He has even taught the subject of UFOs at a Yorkshire College.
Philip has published several books on UFOs over the years but his latest is one of the most exciting ones and covers the Pascagoula incident in Mississippi which is one of the most mysterious and credible UFO abductions incidents ever.
Geoff Dann is a fungi and foraging expert, teacher and writer based in Hastings. He spends his autumns accompanying small, self-assembled groups (families, groups of friends, couples) on walks in search of fungi, usually on public access land. He also collaborates with landowners to offer longer foraging courses for larger groups. In the evenings he gives talks, and brings a selection of whatever is currently available for people to try. He also runs coastal foraging sessions in the spring and summer, and is available for foraging and fungi/plant ID sessions at all times of the year.
We talk about how he got out of his IT job to become a full time forager, his adventures foraging, his new book 'Edible Mushrooms' and how to get into mushroom foraging without being poisoned amongst man other things.