One of the 1st season episodes was Poisoned Halloween Candy. Among the other moral panics, urban legends, and conspiracy theories covered: Mandela Effect, Satanic Panic, the Illuminati, Phantom Clowns, the Momo Suicide Challenge, and Teenage Sex.
Mostly two-part episodes with part 1 describing the alleged conspiracy and part 2 discussing the theories. Conspiracies and conspiracy theories include MK Ultra, Chemtrails, the New World Order, Operation Northwoods, the Phantom Dark Age, HAARP, the Moon Landing, Bohemian Grove.
Multi-episode investigation of the moral panic that swept the globe in 1999. If you lived through it, you will love this podcast. If you weren't, you will be amazed at the mania. Whether you were there or not, you will find many parallels to recent history.
"Comedian Langston Kerman and his guests take a deep dive into the most exciting, groundbreaking and sometimes problematic Black conspiracy theories. They’ll cover silly conspiracies, scary conspiracies and conspiracies they learned from that uncle who used to wear jeans when he went swimming in the public pool."
One of the hosts, Dr. MRX Dentith (University of Waikato) is a prolific writer on conspiracy theories and many of the episodes, notably the series of episodes about foundational papers in philosophy journals, take an academic bent. Conspiranews is a monthly roundup of what's happening in the world of conspiracy theories. Kudos to the title's allusion to Doug Adams.
Points for the Doug Adams homage title. The exceptionally long episodes often touch on conspiracy theories, but the podcast bills itself as a podcast dedicated to promoting critical thinking and science literacy.
From BBC Radio 4. American "[j]ournalist Leah Sottile investigates the legacy of the Oklahoma City Bombing in a series that gets into the heart of America’s far-right today. Episode 4: Don't Tread on Me discusses right-wing conspiracy theories and how they influenced Timothy McVeigh.