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The Atheist Experience Show Archive

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Date (Y-M-D) /
Media Personalities Episode Description
mp3, Ogg Vorbis, jlGui, DVD, Video  Matt Dillahunty and Don Baker   Stem Cell Snafu. Don examines the huge debt to humanity incurred through stem cell research restrictions.  
mp3, Ogg Vorbis, jlGui, DVD, Video  Russell Glasser and Phil Session   Viewer Calls. After a recap of some recent ACA activities, Russell and Phil take callers.  
mp3, Ogg Vorbis, jlGui, DVD, Video  Matt Dillahunty and John Iacoletti   Pulpit and Politics. Matt discusses Trump's recent claim of changing the law to allow churches to endorse candidates.  
mp3, Ogg Vorbis, jlGui, DVD, Video  Matt Dillahunty and Jen Peeples   Trump's Executive Order. Jenn explains the fallout from the execuctive order closing the border to nationals of some countries.  
mp3, Ogg Vorbis, jlGui, DVD, Video  Matt Dillahunty and Tracie Harris   Viewer Calls. Matt and Tracie take viewer calls.  
mp3, Ogg Vorbis, jlGui, DVD, Video  Russell Glasser and Don Baker   Obsession with Sex and Power. Don talks about the long term effect of Christianity on Texas and nation laws.  
mp3, Ogg Vorbis, jlGui, DVD, Video  Matt Dillahunty and Phil Session   Lackland AFB Atheist Group. Phil talks about an atheist group at the Lackland AFB and the topic of the day, dealing with death.  

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Atheist Experience Audio

Audio of the most recent episodes is available in the table above in several formats. If your Internet bandwidth is slow, or you'd like to listen to back episodes, you can purchase an audio compilation.

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We also currently support the open source Ogg Vorbis audio format and we have an Ogg Vorbis RSS audio feed , too. If you're unfamiliar with Ogg Vorbis, it's best to use the mp3 file format and mp3 Podcast audio feed, described above.

Atheist Experience Video

Video for many past Atheist Experience episodes is hosted by Youtube, but you may watch them via the table above. Alternatively, you may subscribe to our videocast feed . Finally, our fan appreciation page has lots of great clips taken from various episodes.

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Atheist Experience Episode Information

The table above is an archive of recent episodes of The Atheist Experience. By default only episodes from the current year are displayed; but alternatively all episodes may be displayed.

The episode column starts at #1 with the very first episode (10/19/97) and increments by 1 each week, whether there was an episode or not. Some older DVDs refer to a "volume". The "number" can be found by adding 242 to the "volume", should you need to convert between the two formats.

Each episode may be available in one or more media formats via the table above. Episodes that are available online in some media format, such as Ogg Vorbis, can downloaded by clicking the appropriate link in the "Media" column. If the "Media" column is blank, then the episode is not available--possibly because the airing has not yet happened. The meaning of the links in the "Media" column are:

  • mp3 -- Links to the audio file of the episode in the standard mp3 format.
  • Ogg Vorbis: Links to the audio file of the episode in the Ogg Vorbis format. Ogg Vorbis is a free alternative to mp3 that is available on most platforms. WinAmp has included Ogg Vorbis support for years. For more information about Ogg Vorbis see the Vorbis home page.
  • jlGui -- Launches an audio player on your web browser to listen to the episode. This link is provided for those users that don't have a Ogg Vorbis or mp3 player installed. The player requires both Java and JavaScript to be enabled. See the jlGui Applet web page for more information.
  • DVD -- Links to the Atheist Community of Austin products page where a DVD of the episode can be purchased (scroll, if necessary). DVDs contain the entire episode in video and can be played on any standard DVD player.
  • Video -- Links to a Youtube video for that episode.