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Podcasts of interest to Secular Humanists

Tim B.
Tcsgrv
Denver, CO
Post #: 98
Update:
There are several podcasts out in cyberspace that may be of great interest to Humanists. Topics covered in the following include Secular Humanism, Atheism, Science, Skepticism, and State- churches separation.

• American Freethought
http://www.americanfr...­

• Secular Nation Podcast
Atheist Alliance International (AthAll)
http://www.atheistall...­

• Atheist Experience
Atheist Community of Austin
http://www.atheist-ex...­
Weekly, Video available.

• The Non Prophets
Atheist Community of Austin
http://www.nonprophet...­
Bimonthy

• CFI's Point of Inquiry
Center For Inquiry
http://www.pointofinq...­
Weekly

• Pat Condell’s Godless Comedy
http://patcondell.lib...­

• Culture Shocks
Barry Lynn
http://www.culturesho...­

• Dogma Free America
http://www.dogmafreea...­
Podcasting from Aurora Colorado

• Freedomain Radio
http://www.freedomain...­

• Freethought Radio
Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF)
http://www.ffrf.org/r...­

• The Hellbound Alleee Radio Show
http://hellboundallee...­

• Humanist Network News
Institute of Humanist Studies (IHS)
American Humanist Association (AHA)
http://www.humanistst...­

• Humanist Outlook
Humanist Society of New Zealand
http://www.accessradi...­

• The Infidel Guy
Reginald Finley
http://infidelguy.lib...­

• Atheist Talk
Minnesota Atheists
http://mnatheists.org...­

• The Philosopher’s Zone
ABC Radio National, Australia
http://www.abc.net.au...­

• Philosophy Bites
Nigel Warburton
http://nigelwarburton...­

• QuackCast
http://www.quackcast....­

• The Reason Driven Podcast
http://reasondriven.b...­

• Reasonable Doubts
http://doubtreligion....­

• Skepticality
Skeptics Society (SKEP)
http://www.skeptic.co...­
BiMonthly

• The Skeptics Guide to the Universe
http://www.theskeptic...­
Weekly

• Skeptoid
Hosted by Brian Dunning
http://skeptoid.com...­


Though I have not always agreed with the topics and/or speakers highlighted in these podcasts {agreement is not required or expected} the majority have been educational. We may also glean some ideas regarding topics and speakers for our monthly meetings.

-Tim Bailey
Mike S.
Mike_Smith
Denver, CO
Post #: 71
Thanks, Tim; I've got several of these on my regular schedule. I'll check out some more of them.

I was featured in this FFRF radio interview in June:

June 14, 2008 - Guests: Michael Shermer and Mike Smith
Michael Shermer, one of America's leading skeptics, is interviewed, along with Denver FFRF activist Mike Smith, about the "Imagine No Religion" billboard he helped get posted for two months this summer in Denver.

Here's another favorite of mine:
• Science Weekly
http://www.guardian.c...­
Alok Jha and the Guardian’s science team bring you the best analysis and interviews from the worlds of science and technology.
A former member
Post #: 98
Sheesh Prez!!! Do you really have the time to listen to all of those or what? i mean it just seems like so much and then how do you keep track of it all. i mean you dont seem all that bored!~! BTW it is just so awesome that someone from CO is on a national podcast like ffrf. YAY Mike big congrats!!!!
Jeanette M. N.
wickedatheist
Denver, CO
Post #: 1,173
I never have time to even remember all the podcasts I want to listen to, let alone listen to them all. But I'd be more likely to listen to some of them if they were easily accessible.

Pages can be added to the "About Us" page, so that they can be accessed from a table of contents on that page. We have a links page on DAFT's Meetup site that way now. You can add other content that way, too. I don't know if there's a limit to how many pages you can add, but there's some usable space there. There might only be a few of us using it, but you can email the group and let them know it's there; only a small percentage of Meetup's users read the message boards.
Tim B.
Tcsgrv
Denver, CO
Post #: 109
Sheesh Prez!!! Do you really have the time to listen to all of those or what? i mean it just seems like so much and then how do you keep track of it all. i mean you dont seem all that bored!~! BTW it is just so awesome that someone from CO is on a national podcast like ffrf. YAY Mike big congrats!!!!


FYI Julie, I travel for work and therefore listen to podcasts while in airports, on the plane, traveling in various cities, and the like.
I am fortunate to have the time to do so, yet you are correct, I still do not have the time to listen to them all.
I pick and choose among specific topics of interest.
Microsoft Zune does well for podcasts.
Tim B.
Tcsgrv
Denver, CO
Post #: 110
Note:

All podcasts, along with links to organizations of interest to Humanists, are now listed on the "About Us" link on this meetup site. These links will soon be synchronized with those on our humanistsofcolorado.com website.

Any corrections and suggestions can be emailed to humanistsofcolorado (at) mindspring (dot) com.

Thank you.
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