Recommended Podcasts

A list of Podcasts that you really should check out. I highly recommend iTunes, or you can use some other Podcast Aggregator. Each Podcast listed here has a link at the end you can click and iTunes will take you directly to that Podcast’s subscription page. These Podcasts are all 100% free!

  1. The Skeptic’s Guide To The Universe – Probably the best Podcast out there. Skepticism, Science, and a healthy dose of Reality. If you use iTunes, you can subscribe by clicking here.
  2. Evolution 101 – An essential podcast for anyone who doesn’t understand evolution or has some misconceptions about evolution… that means basically everyone. You need to check this one out! If you use iTunes, you can subscribe here.
  3. AstronomyCast – Astronomy Cast takes a fact based journey through the cosmos as it offers listeners weekly discussions on astronomical topics ranging from planets to cosmology. Hosted by Fraser Cain (Universe Today) and Dr. Pamela L. Gay (SIUE), this show brings the questions of an avid astronomy lover direct to an astronomer. Together Fraser and Pamela explore what is known and being discovered about the universe around us. If you use iTunes, you can subscribe here.
  4. Apologia – Apologia is a friendly forum for both theists and non-theists to come together in search of some common understanding. Rather than a contentious debate format, Apologia provides a setting in which all participants can discuss without confrontation. If you use iTunes, you can subscribe here.
  5. The Polyschizmatic Reprobates’ Hour – The Reprobates’ Hour is a cultural commentary show that examines politics, philosophy, art, theology, science, history, social issues, and relationship structures. We’re poly-friendly, kink-friendly, nut-friendly, and generally friendly all the way around. If you use iTunes, you can subscribe here.
  6. Sculpting God – …Sculpting God, a podcast-only anthology of Gothic tales sprinkled across the canvas of time and space. This anthology is intended for adult audiences and contains enough terror, sex, mystery, and wonder to keep you awake all night. Every one to three weeks, a new story will be posted to the feed for your enjoyment.  Spread the word! If you use iTunes, you can subscribe here.
  7. The Guerrilla Radio ShowThe Guerrilla Radio Show is an informal philosophy talk show. Committed to ‘waging war against idiocy’ and ‘bringing philosophy to the masses’, the Guerrilla Radio Show offers its listeners a unique perspective on important philosophical issues. Jam-packed with thought provoking topics, great guests, cool music and a sarcastic sense of humor, the Guerrilla Radio Show is definitely a one-of-a-kind philosophy talk show. If you use iTunes, you can subscribe here.
  8. The Word NerdsA podcast about words, language, and why we say the things we do. The Word Nerds is a podcast about language and language change. It has been published on the Internet since March 21, 2005. Originally published every week, it now appears once every two to three weeks. If you use iTunes, you can subscribe here. This is the feed for new episodes. There is also the “Archive Feed” which has all the episodes dating back to the beginning of the podcast. You can subscribe to that feed here.

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