UFOs - The Podcast
THE CONAN DOYLE CASEBOOK - WITH EWAN IRVINE
BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE CENTRE
Join Ewan Irvine as he explores the strange and unexplained through a series of interviews.
In this episode, Ewan speaks to Peter Broughan, who has a keen interest in UFOs. They discuss a number of incidents and the implications of the US Government's recent reclassification of UFOs to Unidentified Aerial Phenomena.
The founder of Rob Roy Films, Peter is best known for having originated, developed and produced Rob Roy (United Artists, 1995) starring Liam Neeson. At the time, it was the biggest feature film made entirely in Scotland. It enjoyed both commercial and critical success and secured an Oscar nomination and a BAFTA Best Actor award for Tim Roth.
Peter also originated, developed and produced the award-winning The Flying Scotsman (MGM, 2007) the remarkable true story of Ayrshire cyclist Graham Obree starring Jonny Lee Miller. It was the opening film of the 60th Edinburgh International Film Festival and was nominated as Best Film at the BAFTA Scotland Awards and acquired for worldwide distribution by MGM.
He is a founding board member of both Scottish Screen (now Screen Scotland) & BAFTA Scotland and served on the UK Government’s Film Policy Review Group.
He also founded and directed The Scottish Cultural Memory Project, based at Stirling University. He also founded The Scottish Paranormal Festival - the biggest and most eclectic event of its kind ever held in Scotland.
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