SETI RIP (2:13) by Sean Ellis Calm Down Dear (7:07) by Liz Lutgendorff Birthers (12:05) by Paul Day Voltaire Lecture (19:17) by James O’Malley & Liz Lutgendorff (ft Natalie Haynes & Polly Toynbee) Anonymous Hate Comments (31:04) by Tania Glyde Skeptical About Children (36:31) by George Poles Submarine Patents (43:31) by Salim Fadhley Group Psychology (50:45) by Dean Burnett Met Poetry (60:12) by James Firth
A special podcast of the British Humanist Association’s 2011 Voltaire Lecture – this year presented by Natalie Haynes on the topic of ‘What the Romans & Greeks did for us’. It was introduced by Polly Toynbee.
DEAct Judicial Review (1:35) by James Firth Local Elections Preview (8:49) by Alex Foster Regenerating Margate (18:33) by Jon Treadway Gay Blood Donation (27:32) by Salim Fadhley (ft Peter Tatchell) Wikipedia & Academia (34:48) by Harriet Vickers (ft Charles Matthews) The Christ Conundrum (40:33) by Liz Lutgendorff (ft Andrew Carruth) Atlas Shrugged (49:11) by Paul Day BHA Conference (54:45) by James O’Malley (ft Andrew Copson)
A special podcast recorded at the Twitter Joke Trial Benefit Gig, raising money for Paul Chambers’ appeal to the High Court. Featuring Stephen Fry, Graham Linehan, Rufus Hound, Katy Brand, Paul’s lawyer David Allen Green and the man himself, Paul Chambers.
(The regular weekly Pod Delusion show was also released last Friday featuring, amongst others, Sam Harris – so check that out here if you missed it!)
Tonight we’re backstage at the #twitterjoketrial Benefit Gig, speaking to some of the people involved with Paul Chambers’ case and some of the comedians and performers who will be appearing on stage. Stay tuned to this page for short audio interviews with those involved!
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You wait ages for a philosopher, and then three come along at once. Following Rebecca Goldstein and AC Grayling last week, this week we speak to Sam Harris about his new book ‘The Moral Landscape’… and much, much more.
The Moral Landscape (2:42) by James O’Malley & Liz Lutgendorff (ft Sam Harris) Koran Burning (16:04) by Pete Hague Lansley’s Tenets (22:16) by Simon Howard Free Markets & Fish (31:25) by Adam Jacobs Copyright Extension (37:28) by Salim Fadhley (ft Peter Bradwell) Humanist Schools in Uganda (44:34) by James O’Malley (ft Andrew West) The Ancestor’s Trail (49:56) by Liz Lutgendorff (ft Chris Jenord)
A New Particle (1:56) by Sean Ellis The Digital Economy Act’s First Birthday (7:46) by James Firth Nuclear Fallout (15:28) by Drew Rae AC Grayling Interview (24:41) by James O’Malley Rebecca Goldstein Interview (30:17) by Liz Lutgendorff Dead Bodies (38:48) by Alex Foster TamTamPamela Trolls The Web (46:21) by Salim Fadhley
The Campaign for Science and Engineering held their second Science Question Time event, focusing on the teaching of science in schools. The panel consisted of Michael Reiss, Alom Shaha, Hilary Leevers and was moderated by Alice Bell. You can hear the discussion in full below.