Freethought Radio

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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.
 
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]]
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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]].
  
 
In October 2007, Air America Radio agreed to carry the weekly FFRF program on their broadcast network. [http://www.airamerica.com/freethoughtradio/]
 
In October 2007, Air America Radio agreed to carry the weekly FFRF program on their broadcast network. [http://www.airamerica.com/freethoughtradio/]

Latest revision as of 12:32, 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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