BBC rejects call for non-religious speakers on Thought for the Day | Media | guardian.co.uk
Bummer. I'm not surprised though, as I seriously doubted that the BBC would budge an inch on this. Nevertheless I think they should change the name so it more accurately reflects the content. Obviously "thought" is not necessarily religious.
BBC Trust approves continuing discrimination against humanists on Thought for the Day — BHA
BHA responds to critics: "take the time to read the adverts and think"
The media response to the "Please Don't Label Me" campaign illustrates precisely why the campaign is needed.
Hey, preacher – leave those kids alone | Ariane Sherine | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk
Ariane Sherine launches the latest stage in the Atheist Bus/Book/Billboard Campaign.
New Humanist — "Vote rationally with Skeptical Voter"
Should be worth checking out, if you care who represents you.
The Acts of the Apostles (of Science) - Reciprocal Space - Stephen Curry's blog on Nature Network
Ever since I first heard the story as a child, I've been on the side of "Doubting Thomas" — Stephen Curry articulates why.
On Faith Panelists Blog: Influence on equal terms - Paula Kirby
The brilliant and incisive Paula Kirby tells "secular humanist" John Denham precisely what's wrong with his "belief in faith".
How to get inner peace - DC's Improbable Science
One reason why advice should be specific.
Atheism is the new fundamentalism' by Debate - Intelligence Squared - RichardDawkins.net
I'll be there. Expect a report of some kind.