Special Guest: Author Rob Boston Freethought Radio's guest is Rob Boston of Americans United, discussing current state/church conflicts and myths, litigation and his books. "Eavesdrop" on what the Religious Right is saying about atheists and FFRF! Freethinkers Almanac pays homage to influential freethinkers, including Ulysses S. Grant and Mary Wollstonecraft. Freethought Radio is co-hosted by Dan Barker and Annie Laurie Gaylor. (MP3, 47 min, 21.4 MB)
Direct download: FTradio_53_042807.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:21am CST

"Monkey Girl": The Dover "ID" Case Tune in to hear Pulitizer Prize-winning journalist and author Edward Humes discuss his new book, "Monkey Girl," on Freethought Radio. The book chronicles the saga of the creationist trial in Dover, Penn., resulting in the recent landmark federal decision against "intelligent design" instruction in public schools. The show also includes discussion of timely state/church topics, including this week's antiabortion decision by the Catholic-dominated Supreme Court, and the efficacy of prayer in the face of gun violence. "Freethinkers Almanac" looks at the unorthodoxy of Shakespeare, born on April 23. Freethought Radio is co-hosted by Dan Barker and Annie Laurie Gaylor. (MP3, 51 min, 23 MB)
Direct download: FTradio_52_042107.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:12pm CST

David Randolph, Conductor David Randolph, famous conductor of the St. Cecilia Chorus (a secular, non-profit group), talks about his life and his nontheistic views. At age 92, Randolph has become the oldest person to conduct at Carnegie Hall, where he has performed for many decades, and where he will conduct Mendelssohnn and Orff next month. (MP3, 48 min, 22 MB)
Direct download: FTradio_51_041407.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:18am CST

Secular Lobby in Congress Secular lobbyist Lori Lipman Brown, director of the Secular Coalition of America, is interviewed about current issues and bills before Congress and how seculars can make a difference. Updates on FFRF lawsuits and the faith-based initiative are offered. Philip Appleman's song, "Fleas," a literary parody of Joyce Kilmer's "Trees," is performed by Dan Barker. Dan's Pagan Pulpit issues an "Easter Challenge." The broadcast is hosted by Dan Barker and Annie Laurie Gaylor, co-presidents of the Freedom From Religion Foundation. (MP3, 50 min, 22.7 MB)
Direct download: FTradio_50_040707.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:10am CST





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