Audio & 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):
We celebrate Constitution Day by listening to a song, “We, The People,” written and performed in the U.S. Constitution's honor by FFRF Co-President Dan Barker. We spotlight FFRF’s recent multimedia efforts, including a new Ron Reagan TV spot, a full-page[…]Read more...
A special sister/brother treat! Charlotte Dennett discusses her book The Crash of Flight 3804: A Lost Spy, a Daughter's Quest, and the Deadly Politics of the Great Game for Oil (Foreword by brother Daniel C. Dennett) about the mysterious 1947[…]Read more...
After the horrible Supreme Court decision upholding an abortion ban, we say "DO mess with Texas." We honor the memory of actor Ed Asner and hear folksinger Kristin Lems perform her classic cautionary song "Days of the Theocracy." Then we[…]Read more...
Covid, Afghanistan and court reform are among this week's topics. We hear from the winners of FFRF's "First in the Family" Freethought Tuition Relief for students of color (selected by Black Skeptics Los Angeles). Then FFRF's Director of Communication Amit[…]Read more...
We begin by criticizing anti-science resistance to vaccinations and masking. After reporting an FFRF state/church victory in Florida, stopping a high-school baseball coach from praying with students, we hear the 1986 rock song "Dear God" by atheist Andy Partridge. Then[…]Read more...
We are still fighting religious resistance to vaccinations. FFRF attorney Liz Cavell tells us about FFRF's new "Prayer Walk Report" describing how some public schools are unconstitutionally inviting or allowing "prayer warriors" to invade the campus. Then former African imam[…]Read more...
Masks, vaccinations and religion. After reporting FFRF legal complaints and victories, we celebrate the birthdate of 19th-century freethinker Robert G. Ingersoll by listening to his voice on an early 1890s Edison cylinder and hearing the song "The Time To Be[…]Read more...
We discuss the Christian nationalism behind the Jan. 6 insurrection and call for increased vaccination. After reporting state/church news and hearing the song "Just Say NO To Religion," we speak with Lon Ostrander, a former Wesleyan minister who is now[…]Read more...
After listening to state/church news and decrying the religious anti-vaxxers, we hear Shelley Segal's song "I Don't Believe in Fairies" from her "Atheist Album." Then we talk with cognitive psychologist, linguist and author Steven Pinker (FFRF's Honorary Chair) about his[…]Read more...
Proselytizing deputies, anti-abortion lawmakers, sexual predators, praying judges — FFRF is fighting them. After hearing irreverent humor from the comedians Robin Williams and Phyllis Diller, we talk with Robert P. Jones, CEO of Public Religion Research Institute, about the organization's[…]Read more...