Conversations with Coleman

Home to honest conversations with leading intellectuals on polarized issues in the realm of race, politics, and culture in the West.

The Dishcast With Andrew Sullivan

Unafraid conversations about anything andrewsullivan.substack.com

Free Speech Nation with Andrew Doyle

On Free Speech Nation: The Podcast, comedian Andrew Doyle talks to people who don’t hold back – people who think it’s better to be honest about what you believe, so differences can be resolved.

Today, saying the wrong thing can lose you your job, your friends and even get you in trouble with the law. Unsurprisingly, people are nervous of speaking their mind. They feel they have to self-censor, rather than say what they really think.

Andrew’s getting the adults back in the room to chat frankly about difficult issues, without the threat of being shamed, shunned, or cancelled.

I Might Be Wrong – Jeffrey Maurer

Comedy, politics, and swearing in pretty much equal amounts.

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Honestly With Bari Weiss

Uncancellable. Unowned.
Free and fearless. New stories every week from Bari Weiss. The most interesting conversations in American life happen behind closed doors. We’re prying them open.

Making Sense with Sam Harris

America’s Voice of Reason clears up the common moral, public policy, and misinformation related confusions which plague the public discourse in the world today and which stand in the way of progress toward fixing the increasingly urgent problems facing humanity.

The Life Of The Mind by Steven Pinker

Delve deep into the labyrinth of the human mind with Professor Steven Pinker as he demystifies the complexities of the human condition using the tools offered by cognitive psychology. Steven is a world-renowned Cognitive Psychologist, Linguist and Professor who has taught at Harvard, MIT & Stanford Universities.

The Michael Shermer Show

A series of conversations between Dr. Michael Shermer and leading scientists, philosophers, historians, scholars, writers and thinkers about the most important issues of our time.

New Discourses Podcast with James Lindsay

Surely you’ve noticed that the Woke movement doesn’t build anything or accomplish anything productive. There’s a reason for that. The only thing they bring to the table is protest, which is to say destruction. Disrupt, dismantle, deconstruct, subvert, and then “reimagine”; that’s their whole program.

Pitchfork Economics with Nick Hanauer

Any society that allows itself to become radically unequal eventually collapses into an uprising or a police state—or both. Join venture capitalist Nick Hanauer and some of the world’s leading economic and political thinkers in an exploration of who gets what and why. Turns out, everything you learned about economics is wrong. And if we don’t do something about rising inequality, the pitchforks are coming.

Point of Inquiry

Point of Inquiry is a production of the Center for Inquiry. Point of Inquiry is where the brightest minds of our time engage in deep conversation about the big questions in science, religion, politics, and culture.

Quillette

Free Thought Lives

Quirks and Quarks with Bob McDonald

CBC Radio’s Quirks and Quarks covers the quirks of the expanding universe to the quarks within a single atom… and everything in between.

Secular Jihadists for a Muslim Enlightenment with Ali A. Rizvi and Armin Navabi

Throughout history, freethinkers have outraged the religious with their wacky ideas about the virtues of free speech, reason, and, of course, eating babies. Now, God is dying—and it’s time to dispose of his remains. From the pits of Hell, Satan sends two puppets of the imperialist West and the Zionist Jews against God, Islam, and tiny kittens to bring you their propaganda and conspire for a new world order. This is Secular Jihadists for a Muslim Enlightenment—with Ali Rizvi and Armin Navabi.

Sean Carroll’s Mindscape

Sean Carroll hosts conversations with the world’s most interesting thinkers. Science, society, philosophy, culture, arts, and ideas.

So To Speak – The Free Speech Podcast

The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education’s mission is to defend and sustain the individual rights of students and faculty members at America’s colleges and universities. These rights include freedom of speech, freedom of association, due process, legal equality, religious liberty, and sanctity of conscience—the essential qualities of liberty. FIRE educates students, faculty, alumni, trustees, and the public about the threats to these rights on our campuses, and provides the means to preserve them.

The Godless Spellchecker with Stephen Knight

This podcast is an award winning weekly sceptical/atheistic show in a conversational, interview format. We hear from leading public figures as well as people without a public profile that have equally valuable experiences and ideas to share. The goal is to amplify good ideas and scrutinise bad ones. The motto of the show is: “I think we’ve all learned something here today”.

The Infinite Monkey Cage Podcast

Witty, irreverent look at the world through scientists’ eyes. With Brian Cox and Robin Ince.

The Reality Check Podcast

The Reality Check (TRC) is a weekly podcast hosted by members of The Ottawa Skeptics. The show is hosted by Darren McKee, Adam Gardner, Cristina Roach and Pat Roach. The show explores “Scientific controversies and curiosities” and the topics of discussion are varied and include the Moon landing hoax, Bigfoot, Feng Shui and the treatment of hiccups.

The Star Spot Podcast

The Star Spot, with Justin Trottier, is a space-themed podcast and radio show focusing on all aspects of astronomy and space exploration. Episodes feature interviews with guests of wide-ranging backgrounds: scientists, engineers, educators, artists, politicians, and business people. Topics are similarly broad, from the latest space mission to how the universe began, from why humans explore space to how we can make space exploration economical. The show also includes a short news segment called Current in Space, bringing you reports on the latest happenings and developments that may be of interest to the space enthusiast.

What I Believe

In this podcast, Humanists UK Chief Executive Andrew Copson speaks to humanists in the public eye about what they believe, to understand more about their worldview and the values, convictions, and opinions they live by. Inspired by the What I Believe essays of two humanist greats, philosopher Bertrand Russell and the novelist E M Forster, this podcast shines a light on different humanist perspectives, encouraging listeners to think about their own philosophies for living.