2015 Fall Program Schedule for
Wider Horizons
9 am Mon. to Fri.
October on
At 5 pm we rebroadcast the same program
or another program in the same series


Monday 9 am
Humanism Today
(each program airs again the same day at 5 pm)
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10/12/15 Marcia Johnson: Sapiens - A Brief History of Humankind 1:01:268/2/15a
10/19/15 On the Historicity of Jesus, with Dr. Richard Carrier 51:267/29/15b
10/26/15 Rob Brink: Q & A with an Ex-Pastor 50:469/6/15a
11/2/15 The History of Humanism & a Primer on Ethics, with Michael Werner 51:2610/14/15b
11/9/15 Eric Snyder: 1000 Lashes 41:0510/4/15a
11/16/15 Lessons on Race, Atheism, and White Privilege, with Greg Epstein 51:268/5/15b
11/23/15 Live at FREEFLO 2015! 46:1511/11/15b
11/30/15 Amanda Knief on America's "Right to Know" and the Atheist Voter 51:2611/18/15b
12/7/15 Dr. Abby Hafer on Unintelligent Design 1:19:3611/25/15b
12/14/15 The Myths that Stole Christmas, with Dr. David Kyle Johnson 51:2612/2/15b
12/21/15 Susan Hagstrom: FFRF Convention Review/Holiday Discussion 57:1312/6/15a
12/28/15 Everybody is Wrong About God, with Dr. James A. Lindsay 51:2612/9/15b

a Recording of Humanist Union of Madison program.
b The Humanist Hour from the American Humanist Association.

Tuesday 9 am
Spirit In Action   or   Song of the Soul
Length 55 min.
(each program airs again the same day at 5 pm)

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10/13/15 Eve Spangler: Zionism & Human Rights 8/30/15a
10/20/15 James Kilgore: USA Jail Fever 9/27/15a
10/27/15 George Kao: Our Highest Work - Healthy Money & Joyful Livelihood 10/4/15a
11/3/15 Jeff Knutsen, Jim Olson, Zeus Stark: Visions of Sustainability 10/11/15a
11/10/15 Jacqueline Houtman: Black, Gay, & Invisible at MLK's Side 9/20/15a
11/17/15 Dean Magraw: Heavy Meadow Music 10/4/15b
11/24/15 Hal Niedzviecki: Trees on Mars 11/15/15a
12/1/15 Fathali Moghaddam: Peace Psychology 11/22/15a
12/8/15 Chris Tomlinson: Curing Down-home Racism on Tomlinson Hill 12/6/15a
12/15/15 Judith Gottlieb: Heart of the Earth 12/13/15b
12/22/15 Brian Miller: Lumberjacks & Irishmen 12/20/15b
12/29/15 Doug Stingle: Celebrating Renewable Energy and the MREA 11/1/15a

a Spirit In Action from Northern Spirit Radio - interviews by Mark Helpsmeet, Eau Claire WI.
b Song of the Soul from Northern Spirit Radio - interviews by Mark Helpsmeet and music selected by his guests.

Wednesday 9 am
Voices for Religious Pluralism
(each program airs again the same day at 5 pm)
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10/14/15 Rob Brink: Overcoming Confirmation Bias: Advice from an Ex-Pastor 31:279/6/15a
10/21/15 Kate Lovelady: Ethical Humanism and Greek Philosophy 29:088/30/15b
10/28/15 Anita Weier: Updating Madison's Equal Opportunity Ordinance 13:417/26/15c
11/4/15 Michelle Wildgen: Storytelling - why we do it, why we need it 31:138/23/15c
11/11/15 Naomi Kroth: Retrospective, One Year 36:049/27/15c
11/18/15 Johanna Hatch: Women and Personhood 29:218/9/15a
11/25/15 Sandra Ingham: Coming Out 31:038/23/15a
12/2/15 Kate Lovelady: Victims and Victimhood, Part I 29:1511/1/15b
12/9/15 Kate Lovelady: Victims and Victimhood, Part II 30:3211/8/15b
12/16/15 Kelly Herda, Khary Penebacker: Never Forget - Newtown 48:2312/13/15a
12/23/15 Matt Tedesco: The Ethics of Assistance 48:4212/6/15a
12/30/15 am Rev. Sandra Ingham: Humanism: Hubris and Humility 32:169/27/15a
12/30/15 pm Rev. Sandra Ingham: Humanism, Hubris OR Humility 34:0010/4/15a

a Talk at Prairie Unitarian Universalist Society.
b Platform address at The Ethical Society of St. Louis.
c Recorded by WIDE-LP at monthly service of Sunday Assembly Madison.

Thursday 9 am
Freethought Radio
Length 42-43 min.
(each program airs again the same day at 5 pm)
Rebroadcast of radio programs from the Freedom From Religion Foundation
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10/15/15 amChris Matheson: God's Bogus Journey 9/12/15489
10/15/15 pmCarlos Mendoza: Fighting for a Secular World 9/19/15490
10/22/15 amDavid Clohessy: SNAP out of it 10/3/15492
10/22/15 pmIn Memory of John Lennon 10/10/15493
10/29/15 amDavid Williamson: Fighting Back 7/25/15482
10/29/15 pmErnie Chambers: Freethinking Senator 8/1/15483
11/5/15 amJeremiah Camara: Contradiction 8/8/15484
11/5/15 pmKatha Pollitt: Learning To Drive 8/15/15485
11/12/15 amAndrew Seidel: Pray to Play 8/22/15486
11/12/15 pmBarry W. Lynn: God and Government 8/29/15487
11/19/15 amRita Swan: Protect the Children (repeated from 7/16/15)6/27/15478
11/19/15 pmSarah Haider: Spotlight on Ex-Muslims 11/14/15498
11/26/15 amFernando Alcántar: To the Cross and Back 11/21/15499
11/26/15 pmAnita Weier, Rebecca Markert: First-Amendment Success! 11/31/15496
12/3/15 amRyan T. Cragun: Defeat Religion in 10 Steps 11/28/15500
12/3/15 pmVickie Stangl: The "Ideal" Woman 9/5/15488
12/10/15 amJ.F. Kennedy, Daniel Dennett: Stay Away Pope 9/26/15491
12/10/15 pmMayor Paul Soglin, Taslima Nasrin: Freethought Heroine 10/17/15494
12/17/15 amRon Reagan: Unabashed Atheist 10/24/15495
12/17/15 pmMark Naugle: Leaving the LDS Fold 12/5/15501
12/24/15Holly Baer: Solstice Tribute 12/19/15503
12/31/15Richard Dawkins: Adrift on a Star 12/26/15504

Friday 9 am
Science for the People
(program airs again the same day at 5 pm)
These 60 min. programs are from http://www.scienceforthepeople.ca/
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10/16/15 amI. Glenn Cohen, Holly Fernandez Lynch, Hilda Bastian: Research, Regulation, and Ethics7/24/15
10/16/15 pmZoe Cormier, Simon Saval: Sex, Drugs And Rock 'N' Roll7/31/15
10/23/15 amRichard Martin, Jeff Deyette: Coal Wars8/7/15
10/23/15 pmDouglas Emlen: Animal Weapons8/14/15
10/30/15 amPaul Taylor, Julie Halls, Sylvia Sumira: Coffee Table Science8/28/15
10/30/15 pmBeth Shapiro, Richard Frankham: How To Clone A Mammoth9/4/15
11/6/15 amLaura Snyder: Eye of the Beholder9/11/15
11/6/15 pm Jim Stanford, Donna Dasko: Fact Checking Elections9/18/15
11/13/15 amSydney Padua, Suw Charman-Anderson: Lovelace and Babbage9/25/15
11/13/15 pmKatie Gibbs, John Dupuis, Mike De Souza, Steven Campana: Science and The Canadian Federal Election10/9/15
11/20/15 amEric Donovan, Gabriel Licina, Robert McLeman, Macon Lowman, Anna Goldstein: Citizen Science10/16/15
11/20/15 pmBarry Bloom, Nicholas Little, Alison Thompson, Paul Offit: Mandatory Vaccination10/23/15
11/27/15 amBrad Burge: Psychedelic Treatments10/30/15
12/4/15 amSimon Davis, Raychelle Burks: Conversations About Death11/13/15
12/4/15 pmWilliam MacAskill, Brendan Rigby: Effective Altruism11/20/15
12/11/15 amSteve Silberman: Neurotribes11/27/15
12/11/15 pmJohn Dupuis, Mary Brock, Simon Saval, Courtney Caldwell, Rebecca Watson: Gift Giving for Nerds12/4/15
12/18/15 amKen Thompson: Where Do Camels Belong?12/11/15
12/18/15 pmAndy Weir, Elmo Keep: Martians (rebroadcast) (1st part repeated from 4/17/15)10/2/15
12/25/15 amKerstin Dautenhahn, Raymond Mooney, Despina Kakoudaki, Rose Eveleth: Artificial Intelligence12/18/15
12/25/15 pmGwen Pearson (Bug Girl), Emily Finke, Raychelle Burks, Amanda Leinbaugh: Getting Away With Murder (rebroadcast)9/5/14
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