Neal Adams' hollow earth, LHC as world-destroyer, and string theory. Or out-of-body experiences, dreams-as-premonitions, and sleep paralysis
This sounds good. those specific episodes sound really interesting too.
I'd watch that for sure, and I think it works better than just debunking stuff. It's strange the way you've named it - sleep paralysis. That's some positive spin, you could just call that the abduction/old hag myth and then the whole show is debunking.
It didn't occur to me before to just discuss one of the phenomena that way. its the same segment, old hag or sleep paralysis, but one has the debunking baggage, and the other has some bunking instead.
I keep wondering about using some kind of magic/illusions as part of the show. One of the big skeptics things is getting people to understand that they cant trust their own experiences, and therefore anecdotal evidence is worthless. What better way than by exposing the fallibility through illusions.
I remember Derren Brown doing a trick where he played against 7 chess players at once. including 4 grand masters - with the goal of winning more than he lost. He explained afterwards that his trick was to remember the moves made by the grand masters and duplicate them against the paired grandmaster. That way he wasn't really playing himself, just being an interface between the two masters - and was therefore guaranteed to win two of those 4 games. (barring stale mates). Then he just had some lesser players he could beat himself to boost the score in his favour.
It was a cool trick - and made even better by explaining it. maybe there could be a magician on the show to demonstrate points like this. to expose credulity or whatever is needed.