Alaskan artist, Ray Troll, and his friend, ventriloquist David Strassman, host exciting interviews with paleontologists, scientists and fellow paleo nerds from around the world.
Episode #66 The 32 Mysterious Symbols of Ice Age Art with Genevieve von Petzinger
Ray and Dave interview Genevieve von Petzinger, a paleo-anthropologist, speaker, author, and explorer who's been striving to unlock the mysteries of the world's oldest symbols.
Episode #65 Shaping Humanity and the Paleo Art of John Gurche
Ray and Dave talk to John Gurche, one of the world’s leading paleoartists, especially of early hominins. John is a world-class sculptor, painter, draughtsman extraordinairre, and author. He’s an artist/scientist who doesn’t blur the line between science and art.
Episode #64 Australian Megafauna Fossils and Outback Geology Down Under with Dr. Adam Yates
Dave is Down Under in Alice Springs, the red centre of Australia where he interviews Dr. Adam Yates to discuss the Geology of the Outback and the amazing Australian Megafauna! Dr. Yates is the senior curator of Earth Sciences at the Museum of Central Australia in Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia.
Episode #63 Cool Crap that Died with JP Cavigelli & Russell Hawley
Ray and Dave have a fun foursome conversation with the Casper Wyoming's Tate Geological Museum's master paleontologists, JP Cavigelli and Illustrator Russell J. Hawley
Episode #62 The T-Rexpert Expert of the Tyrant King Dinosaur with Tom Holtz
Ray and Dave chomp down on all things T-Rex, the King of dinosaurs with the king of paleontologists who studies them, the prolific and extremely interesting Thomas R. Holtz Jr.!
Ep # 61 Bringing The Prehistoric Back to Life with Master Muralist Jay Matternes
Dave and Ray talk to one of Ray's art heroes, the master muralist and anatomist Jay Matternes, the artist responsible for many of the iconic artworks seen in the Time-Life Books and National Geographic Magazine. He painted six HUGE murals over the course of 15 years that adorned the walls of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.
The BEST Podcast of it’s kind
I found this podcast about a year ago while coincidentally, in process to move to Newport, Oregon & I found the episode, cruising the fossil coastline to be excellent and good information for someone who lives here. All of these episodes are wonderful, detailed, Funny & informative with great guests and topics. R & D: Please keep doing more.
Good show bad politics
I enjoy hearing everything about things paleo. They say that opinions are not facts yet they act as if their opinions are facts. Stick to dino's. Also it's ok to eat meat.
A good podcast- love it- but why are you so bent on disproving creationism? I don’t believe in traditional creationism myself, but also think that it is not moral to try to disprove the religions of others.