Podcasts

I am on the Pod Delusion again this week. I’m talking about UK NARIC’s approval of the ICCE, so if you’re  a regular on this blog, there won’t be a huge amount of new information. I have, however, summarised all the arguments as powerfully and concisely as I could.

Still, if you don’t know what I’m talking about, please listen. And if you do, please tell someone else. NARIC’s recent statement revealed that we’ve already got their attention, so it won’t take much more to make a difference.

Most importantly, I have created a dossier of evidence that you can download. If you want the facts about ACE in one place, with citations, for use in writing angry letters or persuading unconvinced friends, this is what you need. Download it here.

Download the Pod Delusion here.

Add it to iTunes here.

My piece begins at 13:13. 

More Podcast Fun

Not featuring me, but my favourite newly-discovered podcast is Radio Freethinker from Canada. They’ve discussed ACE the past two weeks, and have been kind enough to link back to me each time, which is how I found them. I have to say that it’s just a generally great podcast. There’s a high level of discussion, and a wider range of subjects than the religion-bashing you get from some skeptical podcasts.

This week, they discuss doping in the Olympic games (and ACE!).

Last week, they discussed corporal punishment, standardised testing… and ACE!

Feedback please

I’d also like to know what you’d like to see more of on the blog. And what you’d like to see less of.

There follows a list of some subjects I have posted on. Which of these do you find interesting?

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  • http://eyeonicr.wordpress.com eyeonicr

    How does “more of anything and everything” sound?

  • http://assignmentsandsuch.wordpress.com particularlyloudperson

    I concur.

  • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/leavingfundamentalism jonnyscaramanga

    Ha! Thanks. Interestingly, the corporal punishment stuff isn’t getting anything like the traffic I get for Creationism posts. People are angered by bad science, it seems, but not by children getting abused.


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