HOUR ONE: is with Executive Producers, Sean Jablonski & David O'Leary on Season II of HISTORY Channel's Project Blue Book, premiering January 21, an interesting look behind the scenes on making the show a success, plus a few details about upcoming episodes. HOUR TWO: Ted Roe joins us to speak on NARCAP, aviation safety incidents involving UAP, his own encounter and more..... narcap.org/blog/flightdynamicsofuap and much more.
SEAN JABLONSKI, Showrunner/EP/Writer of HISTORY’s “Project Blue Book”
A graduate of New York University’s film program, Jablonski broke into the business as a staff writer on HBO’s highly acclaimed prison drama, OZ. After his stint with HBO, Jablonski created and produced the Showtime series, THE HOOP LIFE before going on to write and produce for LAW AND ORDER and Michael Mann’s CBS drama, ROBBERY HOMICIDE DIVISION. He then served as Executive Producer (and occasional director) on FX’s NIP/TUCK for its entire six season run before writing and executive producing the first season of USA’s hit legal drama SUITS. Continuing his relationship with USA, he then created and produced the relationship drama SATISFACTION which ran for two years. Recently Jablonski served as executive producer and showrunner on the Netflix series GYPSY starring Naomi Watts before coming on as executive producer and showrunner on HISTORY’s “Project Blue Book.”
DAVID O' LEARY A screenwriter from NYC, David O’Leary recently sold his original TV drama series “Blue Book” to History with A+E Studios and Robert Zemeckis’ ImageMovers producing. His psychological horror feature “Missing Time” is under option with Amasia Entertainment, and he was recently hired to pen the sci-fi thriller “Radiant Sky” for the Coalition Group. His work has been featured in Deadline, Hollywood Reporter, Yahoo! News, AV Club, The Hit List, Young & Hungry List, and more. He is repped by Paradigm and Zero Gravity Management and lives in Los Angeles, CA. . https://www.history.com/shows/project…
TED ROE is a co-founder and the Executive Director of the National Aviation Reporting Center on Anomalous Phenomena, NARCAP.org, which was established in 1999. He was born and raised in Great Falls, Montana during the 1960s and 70s and his interest in UAP and UAP research arose from local events and direct experience. Alongside his work with Dr. Richard Haines and the team at NARCAP, he has established and administrates the International Association of UAP Researchers, IAUAPR.org. Currently he resides on the Big Island, Hawaii, where he teaches freediving, martial arts (Iaido), and Zen meditation in addition to his duties administrating NARCAP.org and IAUAPR.org.
NARCAP just published a study of the flight dynamics of four profiles of UAP commonly associated with aviation safety incidents.... narcap.org/blog/flightdynamicsofuap