To date Barry Dodds and Ian Boldsworth have recorded three series of The ParaPod. The ten episodes plus one special edition podcast of the first series in 2015 were all on the topic of ghosts.
In 2016 Barry and Ian returned with a second series, this time entitled The ParaPod: Mysteries, again there were ten episode plus a special later in the year.
The third and final series, The ParaPod: Conspiracies started in early 2017 with a total run of ten episodes.
Below you can find a complete list of episodes with details of the main topics of conversation for each, plus links to reviews, downloads and how to listen.
Episode 1: 30 East Drive
In the first episode of The ParaPod Ray Peacock and Barry Dodds discuss one of the UK's most famous hauntings. Barry offers up evidence that the Black Monk really did haunt the Prichard's home, but will Ray believe him?
Episode 2: Chillingham Castle
In the second episode of The ParaPod with Ray Peacock and Barry Dodds, we learn about five of the ghosts that can be found at Chillingham Castle, which Barry describes as "very haunted." Barry, the believer tells us about the "blue boy" in the wall, the ghost of Lady Mary Berkeley, the gypsy who cursed anybody who steals from the castle, a ghost of a little girl in the great hall and the sightings of the ghost of John Sage.
Episode 3: Elisa Lam
In the third episode of The ParaPod with Barry Dodds tries to convince Ray Peacock that the sad death of Elisa Lam at a hotel in Los Angeles was the result of paranormal activity. The 21-year-old Canadian tourist was found floating in a water tank on the roof of the Cecil Hotel.
Episode 4: Enfield Poltergeist
In this week's The ParaPod, firm believer Barry Dodds and hardcore skeptic Ray Peacock debate one of the world's most famous hauntings. Barry tries to convince Ray that the paranormal activity which took place in a North London council house in the late-70s was real a real poltergeist case and not just the overactive imaginations of two teenaged girls that got out of hand.
Episode 5: The Doris Bither Case
We're halfway through the first series of The ParaPod and it's still a stalemate. Ray Peacock is still refusing to believe in the paranormal and Barry Dodds is still convinced that ghosts exist. In this episode Barry tries to change Ray's mind with the story case of Doris Bither.
Episode 6: Hampton Court Palace
In this episode of the ParaPod, Barry Dodds and Ray Peacock once again go head-to-head as they debate the paranormal. This week Barry ties to convince Ray that Hampton Court Palace in London is really haunted, he lists of the palace's three most prominent spirits to help prove his point.
Episode 7: Beamish Hall
In this week's episode of The ParaPod, supernatural believer Barry Dodds' featured haunting is Beamish Hall in County Durham and its resident ghosts, but will he be able to convince skeptic Ray Peacock that paranormal is real?
Episode 8: Borley Rectory
Borley Rectory in Essex was once believed to be the most haunted place in the UK and as this was Ray's favourite ghost story as a kid, could Barry finally swoop in and convince him that this was a real case of paranormal activity?
Episode 9: Barry's Ghost Taxi Tour Of Pluckley Village
Barry Dodds invited Ray Peacock and the entire ParaPod audience to climb aboard his ghost taxi as he takes us on a virtual tour of Puckley, England's most haunted village. But how convincing will Barry's research of the small village in Kent be?
Episode 10: The Schooner Hotel
In the final episode of The ParaPod, supernatural believer Barry Dodds tells skeptic Ian Ray Peacock about the most haunted hotel in the UK, The Schooner Hotel, a location that Barry has had personal spooky experiences in.
The ParaPod Special: 30 East Drive
In a special two-part edition of The ParaPod, ghost hunter Barry Dodds tries to convince his co-host and skeptic Ray Peacock that a normal three-bedroom house on the Chequerfield Estate, Pontefract is haunted. The pair spend a night at 30 East Drive with the hope of meeting the infamous black monk.
Episode 1: The Loch Ness Monster
In the second series of The ParaPod Barry Dodds and Ray Peacock shift from ghosts to mysteries, but can Barry convince Ray that the Loch Ness Monster is real?
9 Feb 2016 | Review
Episode 2: The Crying Boy
In this week's ParaPod believer Barry Dodds tries to convince his skeptical friend, Ray Peacock that a painting of a crying boy was responsible for hundreds of house fires in the 80s.
16 Feb 2016 | Review
Episode 3: Chupacabra
Is the chupacabra a blood sucking weaponised monster created in a lab by government scientists, or is it the fictional creation of a mad woman? Barry Dodds finds out once and for all.
Episode 4: Slender Man
Paranormal believer Barry Dodds was going to debate the mysterious case of the Mary Celeste in this episode of the podcast, but ditched it last minute in favour of a mystery he'd found out about just one day perviously, Slender Man. But will skeptic Ray Peacock be convinced by Barry's fairy story?
Episode 5: The Babadook
It was a new low for Barry Dodds in this week's episode of The ParaPod when he tried to convince Ray Peacock that the fictional movie 'The Babadook' is cursed.
Episode 6: Poveglia Island
Barry Dodds has come armed with two mysteries this week, not only does he talk about the mystery of a spooky haunted island off the coast of Italy, but he also talks about the strange story of the reincarnation of the Pollock twins.
Episode 7: Rendlesham Forest Incident
It's one of the most famous UFO cases in the UK, dating back to 1980. Many are convinced that the story of Lieutenant Colonel Charles I. Halt is genuine, but can Barry Dodds convince Ray Peacock that the tale is true?
29 Mar 2016 | Review
Episode 8: Spontaneous Human Combustion
Barry Dodds a believer in the unexplained this week revives an age old mystery and tries to convince Ray Peacock that it is real. Will Ray believe that humans can suddenly burst into flames?
Episode 9: Barry's Taxi Mystery Tour
Barry Dodds invites us to climb aboard his "Mystery Mobile" along with skeptic Ray Peacock for a tour of the locations of some of greatest mysteries of all time.
Episode 10: Bigfoot
Barry Dodds tackles one of the most famous mysteries of all time, the legend of Bigfoot, how will Ray Peacock cope with Barry's claims about this mythical beast?
The ParaPod Halloween Unspecial Special
Barry Dodds and Ray Peacock return for a one-off special edition of the podcast, Ray is now known by his real name Ian Boldsworth. This special is in no way special, the pair discuss Barry's encounter with Derren Brown, the latest from 30 East Drive, and a conspiracy surrounding Denver airport.
Episode 1: The Moon Landing
The moon landing hoax is one of the most famous and most discussed conspiracy theories of all time, despite the fact it's ridiculous it actually has quite a lot of people/idiots convinced that the 1969 moon landing was faked by the American government.
Episode 2: Secret Societies
In the second episode of 'The ParaPod: Conspiracies' Barry and Ian ponder the existence of one of the most infamous secret societies in the world, The Illuminati.
Episode 3: Paul McCartney
We've all heard the stories that Elvis is still alive and that Bruce Lee faked his own death so he could go undercover for the Hong Kong police. In this week's ParaPod Barry and Ian aren't questioning whether someone faked their own death, they're questioning whether Paul McCartney is actually already dead.
Episode 4: Chemtrails
The chemtrail conspiracy theory is a long-running belief that the world's governments are pumping chemicals into our skies through the exhausts of planes but is there any evidence to back up these wild claims?
Episode 5: Dulce Base
This week Barry has taken to the internet, based on a suggestion he got on the internet to research the strange claims of a joint human and alien underground facility known as Dulce Base in New Mexico.
Episode 6: The Highgate Vampire
In the 1970s a series of reports of supposed supernatural activity at Highgate Cemetery in London made national press. In episode six of The ParaPod Barry and Ian debated whether claims of the Highgate Vampire were real.
Episode 7: Flat Earth
In this week's The ParaPod Barry wonders whether theories of a flat Earth could be true based on a video he saw which claims that if a plane takes off in the northern hemisphere, it will end up being upside down when it reaches the southern hemisphere.
Episode 8: JFK Assassination
In this week's The ParaPod there's a reversal of roles as Ian shares a wild conspiracy theory about the death of President John F Kennedy, but will Barry be taken in by his claims?
Episode 9: The Finland Conspiracy
Have you ever been to Finland? If you have, then think again because it turns out Finland may not actually exist and in this week's The ParaPod, Barry ended his "conspiracy coach tour" with a trip to the non-existent country.
Episode 10: The Mandela Effect
The Mandela Effect is a term coined to represent a common, collective false memory, something that large numbers of people incorrectly recall such as movie quotes, events or even the date of a South African president's death.
The Lacehouse, Nottingham: Gef The Talking Mongoose
At the end of 2017 fans of the ParaPod were treated to a spontaneous live version of the podcast at The Lacehouse during the Nottingham Comedy Festival.
Robert The Doll
Ahead of the release of the ParaPod Movie, Barry Dodd and Ian Boldsworth return for a special, one-off podcast. The duo go back to their roots and discuss ghosts. Barry's featured haunting was a supposedly possessed doll called Robert of Key West, Florida. The extended cut of the podcast is available through Ian's Patreon page.