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'''Freethought Radio''' (FTR) is an internet radio show that promotes [[freethinking]] of all stripes.  Its audience draws from many difference freethinking groups: [[atheist]]s, [[agnostic]]s, [[deist]]s, [[bright]]s, liberals, even some moderate [[Christian]]s.
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'''Freethought Radio''' (FTR) is an internet radio network that promotes [[freethinking]] of all stripes.  Its audience draws from many difference freethinking groups: [[atheist]]s, [[agnostic]]s, [[deist]]s, [[bright]]s, liberals, even some moderate [[Christian]]s.
  
Freethought radio carries many different shows, such as [[Hellbound Alleee]], [[The American Heathen]] and, until recently, [[The Non-Prophets]].  It also has many hours of variety programming, which features many excellent freethinking artists, authors, and musicians.
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Freethought Radio carries many different shows, such as [[Hellbound Alleee]], [[The American Heathen]] and, until recently, [[The Non-Prophets]].  It also has many hours of variety programming, which features many excellent freethinking artists, authors, and musicians.
  
In October 2007, Air America Radio agreed to carry the weekly program on their broadcast network. [http://www.airamerica.com/freethoughtradio/]
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Freethought Radio is also the name of a weekly internet podcast show sponsored by the [[Freedom From Religion Foundation]] (FFRF) , co-hosted by [[Annie Laurie Gaylor]] and [[Dan Barker]]
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In October 2007, Air America Radio agreed to carry the weekly FFRF program on their broadcast network. [http://www.airamerica.com/freethoughtradio/]
  
 
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Revision as of 13:30, 16 March 2008

Freethought Radio (FTR) is an internet radio network that promotes freethinking of all stripes. Its audience draws from many difference freethinking groups: atheists, agnostics, deists, brights, liberals, even some moderate Christians.

Freethought Radio carries many different shows, such as Hellbound Alleee, The American Heathen and, until recently, The Non-Prophets. It also has many hours of variety programming, which features many excellent freethinking artists, authors, and musicians.

Freethought Radio is also the name of a weekly internet podcast show sponsored by the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) , co-hosted by Annie Laurie Gaylor and Dan Barker

In October 2007, Air America Radio agreed to carry the weekly FFRF program on their broadcast network. [1]

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