The Non-Prophets

(Difference between revisions)
Jump to: navigation, search
(updated info and a bit more wikif.)
m (DEFAULTSORT)
(19 intermediate revisions by 7 users not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
 
[[Image:Non-prophets cast.png|350px|thumb|Part of the season-three cast, left to right: co-host [[Denis Loubet]], host [[Jeff Dee]] and producer [[User:Kazim|Russell Glasser]].]]
 
[[Image:Non-prophets cast.png|350px|thumb|Part of the season-three cast, left to right: co-host [[Denis Loubet]], host [[Jeff Dee]] and producer [[User:Kazim|Russell Glasser]].]]
  
'''The Non-Prophets''' is a biweekly, live internet radio program of [[atheism]]-related news and discussion that is currently available as a [[Wikipedia:Podcast|podcast]]. Originating in [[Wikipedia:Austin, Texas|Austin, Texas]], the show is currently hosted by [[Denis Loubet]] with cohost and engineer [[User:Sans Deity|Matt Dillahunty]]; sometimes they are joined by producer [[User:Kazim|Russell Glasser]]. Longtime host [[Jeff Dee]] is on hiatus for the rest of 2007.
+
'''The Non-Prophets''' is a biweekly, live [[Wikipedia:internet radio|internet radio]] program of [[atheism]]-related news and discussion that is currently available as a [[Wikipedia:Podcast|podcast]]. Originating in [[Wikipedia:Austin, Texas|Austin, Texas]], the show is currently hosted by [[Denis Loubet]] with cohost and engineer [[User:Sans Deity|Matt Dillahunty]], and contributor [[Shilling Cadena]]; sometimes they are joined by producer [[User:Kazim|Russell Glasser]]. Longtime host [[Jeff Dee]] was on hiatus in 2007 and 2008.
  
The show airs every other Saturday from 2 to 3:30 p.m. local time (3–4:30 p.m. [[Wikipedia:North American Eastern Time Zone|Eastern Time]]). Archived [[Wikipedia:MP3|MP3]] audio files of the last year of episodes are also available at the website.
+
The show airs every other Saturday from 2 to 3:30 p.m. local time (3–4:30 p.m. [[Wikipedia:North American Eastern Time Zone|Eastern Time]]). Archived [[Wikipedia:MP3|MP3]] audio files of the last year (or more) of episodes are also available at the website.
 +
 
 +
==Format of the show==
 +
 
 +
After a minute or two of music and regular introductions (see below), attention usually turns to listener mail and news items. Typically the ensuing discussion is quite informal, but in early 2007 about half of one especially long episode (February 10th) was devoted to a semi-formal debate on [[free will]]. In summer 2007 the show started having phone-in guests (but not calls from ordinary listeners — for that, see the Atheist Community of Austin's weekly call-in TV show, ''[[The Atheist Experience]]'').
 +
The word [[asshat]] is used frequently.
 +
 
 +
==Fallacy introductions==
 +
 
 +
In 2007, Denis Loubet started writing introductions to the show based on popular [[fallacies]]. See [[Non-Prophets fallacy introductions]].
  
 
==External link==
 
==External link==
 
* [http://www.nonprophetsradio.com/ ''The Non-Prophets'' official website]
 
* [http://www.nonprophetsradio.com/ ''The Non-Prophets'' official website]
  
[[Category:Atheist shows|Non-Prophets, The]]
+
{{Atheist shows}}
 +
 
 +
{{DEFAULTSORT:Non-Prophets, The}}
 +
[[Category:Atheist shows]]

Revision as of 11:23, 12 March 2012

Part of the season-three cast, left to right: co-host Denis Loubet, host Jeff Dee and producer Russell Glasser.

The Non-Prophets is a biweekly, live internet radio program of atheism-related news and discussion that is currently available as a podcast. Originating in Austin, Texas, the show is currently hosted by Denis Loubet with cohost and engineer Matt Dillahunty, and contributor Shilling Cadena; sometimes they are joined by producer Russell Glasser. Longtime host Jeff Dee was on hiatus in 2007 and 2008.

The show airs every other Saturday from 2 to 3:30 p.m. local time (3–4:30 p.m. Eastern Time). Archived MP3 audio files of the last year (or more) of episodes are also available at the website.

Format of the show

After a minute or two of music and regular introductions (see below), attention usually turns to listener mail and news items. Typically the ensuing discussion is quite informal, but in early 2007 about half of one especially long episode (February 10th) was devoted to a semi-formal debate on free will. In summer 2007 the show started having phone-in guests (but not calls from ordinary listeners — for that, see the Atheist Community of Austin's weekly call-in TV show, The Atheist Experience). The word asshat is used frequently.

Fallacy introductions

In 2007, Denis Loubet started writing introductions to the show based on popular fallacies. See Non-Prophets fallacy introductions.

External link


v · d Atheist shows
Live TV shows   The Atheist Experience
Live radio shows   Ask an Atheist · Ardent Atheist
Podcasts   American Freethought · The Infidel Guy · Point of Inquiry · The Non-Prophets · Hellbound Alleee · Eight Hour Lunch · Dogma Free America · Chariots of Iron (podcast) · Godless Bitches
Personal tools
Namespaces
Variants
Actions
wiki navigation
IronChariots.Org
Toolbox