Freethought Audio and Music
Some personal favorites (click to play, right-click to download):
- The Universal Feethought Anthem, Die Gedanken Sind Frei, "My Thoughts Are Free"
- Charlie by Chumbawamba, about Charles Darwin
The Secular Humanist Revival Meeting, Part 1
- The Secular Humanist Revival Meeting, Part 2
- A Grieving Atheist, NPR Broadcast, Dec 27, 2001
- This I Believe by Penn Jillette - NPR Broadcast, Nov 21, 2005
External link: The Atheist in the Foxhole by Tom Neilson
- Also external: Tom Paine's Bones, composed by Graham Moore (see the lyrics here)
Or listen online now with the Jukebox Player. Click arrow to start:
- More freethought listening from:
- Freethought Radio
- Freethought Multimedia
- Freethought Radio Podcasts
- The Nonprophets Radio
- Trolling With Logic
- Freethought Radio from the Freedom From Religion Foundation
- Thank God I'm an Atheist!
- The Infidel Guy Show (media archive)
- Ask an Atheist
- American Freethought Podcasts (RSS feed)
- The Humanist Hour Podcasts
- Freethought Music Guide
- Dogma Debate (see press release here)
- The Freethought Music of Paul Martin
- Reason Works, Freethought Audio Products
- The Drunk Ex-Pastors
Freethought Webcasts, Podcasts & audio from other sites (this is a feed, i.e., the list changes daily):
President Trump and public officials continue to pander to the Religious Right during the pandemic. FFRF legal fellow Dante Harootunian announces a state/church victory removing a Christian cross from a city mural in Illinois. After hearing the freethinking song "Let[…]Read more...
Churches or churchgoers in at least 19 states are hypocritically suing the government for shutting down public worship services. After hearing the Stephen Foster "comfort music" song "Hard Times Come Again No More," performed remotely by Rufus Wainwright and friends,[…]Read more...
The virus of religion is worsening the pandemic. We talk about religious favoritism at the national and local levels, from the U.S. Supreme Court to states and counties that put ideology over science. Then we speak with Bonya Ahmed and[…]Read more...
Guess what well-known person is a humanist? Today we talk about U.S. representatives calling for a National Day of Reason (not Prayer), FFRF's full-page ad in the New York Times, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's remarks on access to contraception, and[…]Read more...
Are clergy "essential" workers? FFRF is complaining about favoritism to religion during the coronavirus pandemic. Our comfort music this week is "Smile," written by the freethinking Charlie Chaplin. FFRF Director of Communications Amit Pal joins us as we talk by[…]Read more...
Happy Earth Day To You! We report an FFRF state/church victory dealing with HUD and Freedom of Information. FFRF Director of Strategic Response Andrew Seidel describes his groundbreaking article in the Northeastern University Law Review called "Bad History, Bad Opinions."[…]Read more...
TNP 19.07Hosts: Denis Loubet, Phoenix, Johnny P. Fillintheblank[News] Marco Rubio Says Coronavirus Stimulus Legislation Will Provide Government Grants to ChurchesLink => https://www.rightwingwatch.org/post/marco-rubio-says-coronavirus-stimulus-legislation-will-provide-government-grants-to-churches/[News] Group Behind Central Park Coronavirus Tent Hospital Asks Volunteers To Support Anti-Gay AgendaLink => https://gothamist.com/news/samaritans-purse-franklin-graham-anti-gay-evangelical-central-park[News] Sacramento health alert:[…]Read more...
God, government, and the coronavirus. Public officials are favoring religion during the COVID-19 crisis. Despite prayer, churches were damaged by Easter storms. After hearing "America’s Best Christian" Betty Bowers urge churchgoers to "stay the hell at home," we talk with[…]Read more...
We are preserving social distancing between state and church. FFRF attorney Sam Grover describes our recent free-speech victory against Texas Gov. Greg Abbott who removed our winter-solstice display from the state capitol. After hearing more comfort music — including Tom[…]Read more...