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Robbie Williams' 'Journey to the Other Side' with UFO Radio Documentary

April 12, 2008 (2:43 am) GMT
British singer Robbie Williams has been recruited to present a 30-minutes radio documentary about flying saucers, it's been claimed.

Has made no secret lately of his obsession with aliens, is attempting a career reinvention with that new hobby. The British singer is about to present a BBC Radio 4 program about aliens, it's been claimed.

Williams teams up with documentary maker Jon Ronson to host a 30-minutes radio special on UFO called "Journey to the Other Side." The twosome recorded it earlier this year near Williams' home in Los Angeles and at a UFO conference in Laughlin, Nevada.

TheCelebrityTruth cited British publication The Guardian as reported that Williams and Ronson meet a doctor who claims to have 15 metallic objects that are 'not earthly', and a lady who believes her son was "abducted by extraterrestrials while in the womb, and [was] sent back to earth to save the planet."

"Journey to the Other Side" will be broadcast on Radio 4 on May 6 at 18:30 BST.

Just last month, Williams revealed he'd been spending all his spare time scanning the skies for signs of life from other planets and has even wanted to buy his own observatory. He was also quoted as saying that he was planning to quit his pop career to become a full-time UFO chaser and reckoned he's been visited by little green men three times.

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