Q Transmissions

Secularism in Alberta

Posted in Podcast by skepticsean on March 20, 2009

The Secularism in Alberta episode of Skeptically Speaking is now available here.

Please see the show notes page on the Skeptically Speaking site for relevant links, photos, and comments.

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Skeptically Speaking – Website is Up

Posted in Uncategorized by Desiree on March 20, 2009

Hi everyone, the new Skeptically Speaking website is now live (though still a bit rough around the edges in a few places.) Well, what are you waiting for, go take a look.

Note: no new story-related blog posts will be added to this site from now on, though links to new episodes will continue to be for the next while to help transition things with our podcast subscribers.

Skeptical Music – Photos

Posted in Uncategorized by Marc-Julien on March 15, 2009

If any of these photos are reposted, you must include “Photo by Marc-Julien Objois” as a caption.

Secularism in Alberta

Posted in news, upcoming shows by Desiree on March 15, 2009

Next time we’ll be talking about the state of secularism with Cliff Erasmus, Executive Chair of the Centre for Inquiry Alberta.

With the recent launch of the “There’s Probably No God” bus ads in Calgary, atheism has hit Alberta’s mainstream media.

But why is it so important to talk about it now? What’s going on in the province that’s bringing the atheists, humanists and other secularly-focused folks out of the woodwork?

Could it be the teaching of creationism in our small-town public schools? Or the fact that megachurches from Texas have recently moved in? Or is it a product of a more general cultural shift?

Find out what Albertans are up to on the all new next Skeptically Speaking (formerly known as Q Transmissions), every Friday at 6pm on CJSR.

Note: Yes friends, we have a new name, a new format and a new website going LIVE this week! Keep checking this blog for details.

Or follow us on twitter at SkepticalRadio!


Skeptical Music feat. a Live Studio Performance

Posted in Podcast by Desiree on March 14, 2009

The Skeptical Music podcast with guests  Omar Mouallem, Rodney Anonymous, George Hrab, Kim Barlow, and Mathias Kom is now available for download here.

A summary of the posts relating to this episode:

Sorry for the delay in getting this episode online, but special Pi Day activities demanded our scientific attention.
Stay tuned for more information on our new format, website, and more over the next few days.

Skeptical Music: Links!

Posted in links by Heather on March 13, 2009

Thanks to our guests Omar Mouallem, Rodney Anonymous, George Hrab, Kim Barlow, and Mathias Kom.

And thanks to Desiree, Mike, Sean, Ryan, Nathan, and all the other listeners for making my ride on the Q Transmissions train fun and adventurous.

Rodney Anonymous Tells You How To Live

The Dead Milkmen

The Geologic Podcast

Mathias Kom + Kim Barlow = Spring Breakup

Omar “A.O.K.” Mouallem

Next show: skeptical music

Posted in upcoming shows by Heather on March 8, 2009

Be sure to tune in (ha!) to this week’s episode. The topic is skeptical music and we’re going to have a variety of guests.

We’re going to have interviews with George Hrab from the Geoglogical Podcast, Rodney Anonymous (from The Dead Milkmen), local emcee Omar “A.O.K.” Mouallem and more.

And at the end of the show, a very special surprise.

Remember – Friday, 6 p.m. MST, live on FM 88.5 (that’s CJSR to you, punk!) or online at www.cjsr.com.

Atheists in Foxholes with Paul Welke

Posted in Podcast by Desiree on March 7, 2009

The Atheists in Foxholes podcast with Paul Welke is now available for download here.

A summary of the posts relating to this episode:

Atheists in Foxholes – post-show linkage

Posted in Uncategorized by Heather on March 6, 2009

Another Radio Station Rebroadcasting Q Transmissions!

Posted in news by Desiree on March 6, 2009

cityWIDE FM, a brand new radio station in Madison, Wisconsin, hosts a show called “Science for Skeptics”. Every Friday they rebroadcast interesting skeptical and science programming, and they’ll be airing Q Transmissions on a semi-regular basis. You can’t listen to their programming online yet, but we’ll keep you posted.

Any listeners from Madison that happen to be reading this, welcome!

That brings us to three additional stations carrying the show. Please see the Links page for a list of affiliates.

Thanks so much for all the support!

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