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Mark M
user 11412146
Denver, CO
Post #: 1
Radio Lab is great, one of my favorite podcasts. My other favorite is Reasonable Doubts, the intersection of a rational critique of religion and the related issues of science and psychology. Finally, check out Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean.
Lafayette, CO
Post #: 27
Total kudos to those of you who post actual links!!

This post is just a hint to those who don't: Before you suggest a site, please go to it yourself, copy the web-address, then tab back here, click on the "Link to..." box above, paste in your link, and then type in the name of the site. Thank you.
A former member
Post #: 19
I just listened to Pat Condell's latest video on YouTube, The Pope Needs A Miracle, posted on June 27, 2010. I thought it was particularly good.
A former member
Post #: 1
Pat Condell usually makes good videos. Have you seen AronRa's latest video?
David F.
user 21042061
Aurora, CO
Post #: 9
A former member
Post #: 1
My latest favorites not already mentioned:
The Thinking Atheist
Godless Bitches
The Humanist Hour
American Freethought Podcast
A former member
Post #: 7
I would add "The Thinking Atheist" podcast. The host is a former Christian Radio broadcaster, and he really does a good job. He also creates some great videos with professional talents.
A former member
Post #: 4
What? No Cognitive Dissonance? You guys are missing out!

Fair warning - they use some colorful language.
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