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):
The Senate hearings for the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court is the topic of the first half of the show. We discuss why her views on state and church and[…]Read more...
A new national survey of 12,000 nonreligious individuals conducted by FFRF reveals that secular voters are "values voters." After describing the new state/church billboard in Knoxville, Tenn. that was erected by FFRF and its East Tennessee chapter, we announce the[…]Read more...
FFRF's Senior Staff Attorney Patrick Elliott tells us about the lawsuit we filed today challenging the required "So help me, God" oath on Alabama's voter registration forms. Then author, scholar and essayist Susan Jacoby joins us to explain the dangerous[…]Read more...
We memorialize the life of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a champion of equality and state/church separation. FFRF attorney Andrew Seidel explains how we can fight for what is at stake. The Director of Black Nonbelievers of DC, Rogiérs, talks about[…]Read more...
We protest the imprisonment of a 13-yr-old Nigerian for blasphemy. We explain why we reported a priest, bishop and archbishop to the IRS for unconstitutional politicking. Then we honor the life and legacy of the distinguished freethinking humanist poet, scholar[…]Read more...
We hear from recipients of the Forward Freethought Scholarships for Black Skeptics, then we complain about a politicking priest saying "You cannot be a Catholic and vote Democratic." After listening to Tom Lehrer's "pandemic" song "I Got It From Agnes,"[…]Read more...
After we announce a major state/church victory in Puerto Rico, described by Eva Quiñones, Nigerian activist Leo Igwe tells us about the alarming arrest of humanist leader Mubarak Bala, allegedly for blasphemy. FFRF Legal Fellow Brendan Johnson describes state/church victories[…]Read more...
For Women's Equality Day, we talk with author and feminist activist Coline Jenkins, great-great-granddaughter of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, about the new women's statue she helped create and install in Central Park this week. Then we chat with author and screenwriter[…]Read more...
FFRF is winning state/church victories in many states. We celebrate Women's Equality Day on the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment by hearing Judy Collins sing the suffragist anthem "Bread and Roses." Then, FFRF Senior Litigation Counsel Patrick Elliott describes[…]Read more...
Dallas megapastor Robert Jeffress attacks FFRF on Fox. Nancy Pelosi calls for prayer. Ventura, Calif., proposes removing religious bigot Junipero Serra from its seal. After hearing James Taylor's freethinking song "Up From Your Life," we talk with Andrew Whitehead, co-author[…]Read more...