I've got so many of the, well, what I consider the "staple" atheism podcasts, like Atheist Experience, Irreligiosophy, Ask an Atheist, Dogma Free America, Skepticality, and others. What are your Favorites, and Any lesser known podcasts we should know about?
I agree that Reasonable Doubts and Atheist News are great. My favorite is the Skeptic's Guide to the Universe with Steven Novella and company. I also enjoy Point of Inquiry with Chris Mooney (CFI) and For Good Reason with DJ Grothe (JREF). That is enough to keep you busy for a week.
thanks guys, that helps. honestly, i have like 30 that i listen to throughout the week- i have a job where i can just put in headphones and rock and roll, so i get at least 8 hours a day to fill with atheism lol
here are some other good ones i didn't see mentioned yet...
The Non-Prophets - basically same crew as The Atheist Experience, without callers.
Eight Hour Lunch - ex-Mormon, nice to hear a non-mainstream-xtian perspective.
Godless Business - atheists in Australia, good production values, tend to ramble a bit.
American Freethought - two atheists in Georgia discuss current events of interest to atheists.
Secular Nation - each episode is 1 article from Secular Nation Magazine + interview w/author.
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