Richard Syrett

Richard Syrett

Biography:

Richard Syrett is the host of the weekly syndicated radio program, Strange Planet. He has built his reputation as an accomplished teller of spell-binding tales, and a keen interviewer in the arena of the unexplained. He is a regular guest-host on Coast to Coast AM, the most-listened-to, late-night radio program in the world.

Beginning in 2010, Richard created, wrote, produced and hosted four seasons of The Conspiracy Show, a documentary-style television program which aired across Canada, Australia, parts of Europe, and Africa for four seasons. In 2013 he co-starred in a pilot for The Discovery Channel in the U.S. called The United States of Paranoia, which investigated claims of electronic harassment and mind control. In 2018 he created, wrote, and hosted the critically acclaimed podcast The Rock ‘n Roll Twilight Zone on Westwood One and The Chris Jericho podcast network.

Richard is a much sought-after expert on all things unexplained and has appeared on numerous television series, including: William Shatner’s Weird or What; National Park Mysteries; and Freak Encounters. Richard and The Mighty Aphrodite are parents to twin boys and reside just north of Toronto, Canada.

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Past Shows:

  • Weekend Hosts Spotlight

    This special program featured interviews with C2C's weekend hosts Richard Syrett, Ian Punnett, Connie Willis, Lisa Garr, and George Knapp, plus C2C producer Tom Danheiser. First-hour guest Steve Kates shared space news.More »
  • Fill-In Host Special

    George Noory interviewed each of the Coast to Coast AM fill-in hosts: Jimmy Church, Lisa Garr, George Knapp, Ian Punnett, Richard Syrett, and Connie Willis. First hour guest, Lauren Weinstein shared tech updates.More »

Last Night

Area 51 Website Controversy / UFO Crashes
Area 51 Website Controversy / UFO Crashes
Joerg Arnu, owner of an Area 51 website, discussed the alleged FBI raid on his home and his girlfriend Linda Hellow's. Followed by researchers James Iandoli and Jay Christopher King on high-profile UFO cases and the pending report to Congress.
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