Net Neutrality (1:28) by David Eastman Assisted Dying (5:53) by Andy Gault Atheist Asylum Seeker (10:18) by Blakeley Nixon (ft Bob Churchill) Life Jackets & Oxygen Masks (18:45) by Drew Rae Eruv of this Nonsense (30:27) by James O’Malley Care.Data (35:27) by Adam Jacobs History Projects (43:59) by Vicky Stiles
This week we look at the persecution of non-religious people around the world and how we deal with grief. Yep – it’s an upbeat show this week! We also consider MP’s pay rises, and Stu tells us how David Cameron stole his joke!
Humanist & Atheist Persecution (1:33) by James O’Malley (ft Bob Churchill) Handling Grief (23:06) by Dean Burnett MPs should get a raise (30:28) by Dr*T David Cameron Stole My Joke! (37:40) by Stu Richards The sketch at the end is by David Lovesy & Brian Two
Game Dev Tycoon Piracy Ruse (1:47) by Liz Lutgendorff (ft Patrick Klug, the game’s creator!) Should we worry about North Korea? (11:58) by James O’Malley (ft Alistair Coleman) Bangladeshi Bloggers (19:46) by Bob Churchill Synthetic Biology & Design Implications (26:06) by Julie Gould (ft David Benque) Women on Banknotes (35:06) by Marianne Baker Pythagorean Cabaret (41:59) by Dean Burnett
Jim Al-Khalili is announced as the new British Humanist Association President and we speak to the BHA’s Chief Exec about what the amazing new census numbers mean for non-religious people in the UK. It’s not so great for non-believers elsewhere though as a new report shows – and we also pick apart the Snoopers Charter, which was shot down this week by Nick Clegg. Plus a new mental health manual could have a big impact, why Northern Ireland is still flagging, and why Erasmus Darwin was awesome.
Census Results and a new BHA President (2:11) by Liz Lutgendorff (ft Andrew Copson) Atheist Persecution Worldwide (9:11) by Bob Churchill Snooper’s Charter Slapdown (19:56) by Jenny Woods Mental Health Diagnosis Pronosis (29:35) by Max Davie Reviewing Peer Review (36:30) by Drew Rae Flying The Flag (42:13) by Rory Fenton (ft Brian McClinton) Erasmus Darwin (48:48) by Philip John Video Codecs (55:11) by Trent Burton