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Ep 49: The early history of secularism

Posted: Tue, 11 May 2021

The term 'secularism' was coined in 1851. But Britain's tradition of freethinkers, atheists and radicals goes back much further than that.

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It's not too late to fulfil George Holyoake's secularist vision - Opinion Out Loud Ep 006

It's not too late to fulfil George Holyoake's secularist vision - Opinion Out Loud Ep 006

Posted: Tue, 20 Apr 2021

With secularist principles under siege across much of the world, it's worth reconsidering the vision of the man who coined the term 'secularism' in the 19th century, says his biographer Ray Argyle.

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Ep 43: Charles Bradlaugh – Atheist and Republican

Posted: Tue, 09 Feb 2021

One hundred and thirty years after he died, Professor David Nash and Bob Forder speak to Emma Park about the life and significance of Charles Bradlaugh – the first openly atheist MP, and the founder of the NSS.

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Ep 38: Disestablishing the Church of England

Posted: Thu, 12 Nov 2020

In this episode, Emma Park is joined by the NSS's Stephen Evans to discuss the 2020 Bradlaugh Lecture and the case for disestablishing the Church of England.

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