A Rough History of Disbelief, part I

This is part one in a three-part series that was broadcast on the BBC in the fall of 2005. For more information, click here.


Anonymous said...

Very interesting, when are we going to see part two? :)

Anonymous said...

"Very interesting, when are we going to see part two? :)"

When you click on the link to it, which along with the link to "PART III," is right below the video screen.

webmdave said...

Leave the guy alone a. nonnie. I added the links after he posted the comment.

Anonymous said...

Sorry, I thought I was being helpful; not trying to pick on any one or do anything to be scolded about.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for posting this! I saw the first two eps on the beeb last year, but I missed the last.
Isn't Jonathan Miller wonderful!
Though at first I thought the pace was a bit slow, it dawned on me that this is *exactly* the right speed and attitude to tackle the subject on national tv. If done too quick or to flashy, it would seem as if atheism has an agressive or defensive attitude. By the slow, gentle pace Miller corresponded the best attitude: amazement of an intelligent human being at this weird thing called religion.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting this - it looks very interesting. Gotta love British TV!

Unknown said...

Does any of this exist on DVD?

AtheistToothFairy said...

Troy Spiral wrote:
"Does any of this exist on DVD?"

You can find this video on youtube, along with additional parts of it.


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