Richard D. Hall is an Engineer, IT Consultant, and U.F.O. researcher, and his programme “Rich Planet TV” (previously know as “RichPlanet.Net” and “The Rich Planet Starship”) began airing in the UK during the mid-to-late noughties on Edge Media Television and then later on Information TV, Showcase TV, and Controversial TV satellite channels. The show takes an alternative look at subjects the mainstream media shy away from, and by taking the format of a chat show, Hall discusses the various issues with his guests without shoving a particular point of view down your throat. Rich Planet TV has now covered topics such as the corruption of music, television, entertainment, and broadcast news, it has also tackled staged terror and false-flag theories such as 9/11, 7/7, the Lee Rigby case, and the Cumbria Massacre, he of course has looked into animal mutilation and U.F.O.’s, and he has even made a few documentaries about the Madeleine McCann disappearance.
If you’ve never watched his show before, I recommend his discussions concerning mind control with Neil Sanders which are very informative and entertaining, his chats with Andrew Johnson about black project aircraft and 9/11 are also a great watch. Richard’s style is very relaxed and easygoing and this approach lets the viewer slowly take in the information and make their own decisions. This technique compliments the varied demographic not only of his audience, but also of his guests which ranges from Wilson & Blackett and their research into King Arthur to Douglas Gibson concerning the Nasa Mars Rover and other space exploration anomalies (which are quite conclusive in my opinion). His chats with Keith Hunter to me, contained one of the most interesting topics out there, and this theory about the limitations of nuclear weapons is something I hadn’t heard of until watching the show. If these topics are too “out there” for you, Rich Hall’s talks about the economy are very eye opening and easy to understand, but if you do desire something more radical, his sit-downs with Dr. Nick Kollerstrom and his various shows about the 7/7 attacks, Sandy Hook, and Lee Rigby are quite compelling, as too is his documentary on the Cumbria Massacre.
In 2013, Hall’s interview with Kollerstrom concerning the Woolwich Attack ended up getting the show banned from the airwaves following a single complaint to Ofcom from an unnamed viewer (a very dodgy situation indeed). It just goes to show that Freedom Of Speech is usually only afforded to people who toe the line and to those who perpetuate a mainstream point of view. To someone like me who was only an occasional viewer, the corruptness of this whole affair has made me a bigger fan of the show.
The lo-fi look of Rich Planet TV could put some people off, but to me this aesthetic gives the show an honest and down-to-earth look. Unlike some more famous conspiracy theorists and researchers who seem to mask their motives behind a slick façade (whilst simultaneously giving the free-thinking community a bad name) …Alex ahem Jones… Rich Hall is the most genuine and level-headed guy who insists on the facts rather than hearsay. His purely fact-based method of research and presentation can make some of his documentaries such as the Madeleine McCann investigation somewhat lengthy, but the simple fact that Hall delves into all subjects with a fine tooth comb is to be respected and commended. You know when someone gives their documentaries and shows away for free, it means they’re in it for the truth rather than the profit.
Rich Planet TV which is occasionally broadcast on Showcase TV, is now subject to heavy editing and it’s much better these days to view the programme via his site richplanet.net. Hopefully Richard can get his website redesigned, his YouTube Channel monetised, and in turn get more people to watch, because he’s one of the good-guys among the ever increasing corrupt media and he deserves a bigger audience. If you desire an alternative to the mainstream bullshit out there, and you hate a certain website constantly showing up on the first page of Google if you type in any search term which includes the word “conspiracy”, then Rich Planet is the place to go.
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