Howard Hughes, host of the top rated podcast, The Unexplained with Howard Hughes, went from humble origins in Liverpool to becoming one of the most recognizable voices in British radio including ten years on Capital Radio’s breakfast show with Chris Tarrant.
Howard talks podcasting gear, paranormal experiences, and topics ranging from David Icke, Uri Geller, Art Bell, and the Paul McCartney conspiracy to the evolution of accents in broadcasting, the hard knocks of entertainment and whether or not Howard, the consummate radio pro, is able to swear?
The interview takes place at BBC Caversham in the English countryside, a location that has historic associations dating back from WWII.
Check out Howard’s brilliant podcast, The Unexplained with Howard Hughes here!
Learn about the Silva Method, mentioned by Howard in this episode, here!
Below, the graphic referenced by Natalie indicating the surge in popularity of podcasts vs. the listenership erosion happening in radio.
To learn more about one of Howard’s own personal favorite podcast guests, Richard Hoagland, the man behind the Face on Mars theories, click here!