AtheistAus Podcast – Now On SoundCloud And On iTunes

AtheistAus Podcast – Now On SoundCloud And On iTunes June 3, 2015

Atheist AustraliaFor those who haven’t been following the fairly-new journey of the AtheistAus Podcast – the official podcast of the Atheist Foundation of Australia – it now has a new and proper home on SoundCloud and its own iTunes feed.

The additional details and downloads can also be found on the official listing of the show at the Atheist Foundation of Australia’s site. There’s an RSS feed there too.

Previously episodes were hosted within the Token Skeptic podcast (where they will soon be removed) – now all the episodes, from Pilot to newly-released Episode Four, are on SoundCloud.

Here’s a listing of the shows!

Greta Christina is author of four books: Comforting Thoughts About Death That Have Nothing to Do with GodComing Out Atheist: How to Do It, How to Help Each Other, and WhyWhy Are You Atheists So Angry? 99 Things That Piss Off the Godless, and Bending: Dirty Kinky Stories About Pain, Power, Religion, Unicorns, & More.

The Freethought Student Alliance connects student leaders from around Australia to help them work together and grow as a collective student movement dedicated to furthering science, reason, and secular values in Australian society.

Sydney Queer Atheists is an organisation of queer, GLBTIAOQQ and gender/sex/sexuality/romanticism diverse atheists, agnostics and other nonbelievers based in Sydney, Australia – though they welcome you wherever you happen to be!

 

The decision was made by CFI that any money raised in excess of what is necessary for Dr. Nasrin will go toward a general freethought emergency fund to assist with the rescue of other atheist, humanist, and secular activists under threat.

The show has been submitted to iTunes, Stitcher and other platforms, so expect a link to these very soon too – and do send in your reviews, pass on the word and lend your support to the show!


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