Monday, April 25, 2011

What I've Been Listening To Lately

My iPhone, these podcasts, and some ear buds make the 23 mile commute entertaining and informative morning and evening...

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A Christian and an Atheist "Because we're all wrong sometimes" 

American Freethought "Question.  Think.  Decide." 

Apologia "a friendly forum for both theists and non-theists to come together in search of some common understanding" 

Are We Alone SETI 

Astronomy Cast Astronomy Today 

Books and Ideas Dr. Ginger Campbell, M.D. 

Brain Science also by Dr. Ginger Campbell, M.D. 

Chariots of Iron Atheiskeptihumanists™ 

For Good Reason James Randi Educational Foundation 

Freethought Radio Freedom From Religion Foundation 

Gresham College Audio public lectures since 1597...podcasts being a recent development 

London School of Economics The LSE has plenty of seriously smart people lecturing on economics, politics, and the social sciences 

NPR's On the Media exploring "how the media 'sausage' is made" 

On Being formerly known as Speaking of Faith, with Krista Tippett 

Point of Inquiry Center For Inquiry 

PopTech Audio "world-changing people, projects and ideas" 

QuackCast Dr. Mark Crislip, M.D. 

Rationally Speaking New York City Skeptics 

Reasonable Doubts "your skeptical guide to religion" 

Reasonable Faith Just remember "You are not qualified to debate William Lane Craig

Righteous Indignation from the U.K. 

RSA Events: Audio the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce 

Skepticality Skeptic magazine 

Skeptics with a K from the U.K. 

Skeptoid Brian Dunning 

TED Talks my only video feed (and no, I don't watch it during my commute)

The Skeptic Zone from Australia 

The Skeptics' Guide 5X5 Five minutes with five skeptics (from the NESS) 

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe New England Skeptic Society 

Token Skeptic from Australia 

Unbelievable from the U.K. 

Try one, you'll like it. 

PS The language used in some of these podcasts may not be suitable for all listeners.

PPS Drivetime podcast listeners in Minnesota should be careful not to look like they are attempting to "compose, read, or send an electronic message, when the vehicle is in motion or a part of traffic," as that is a violation of 169.475 USE OF WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS DEVICE.