Episode 98: Women in Star Trek Ilia Danner Grubbs, Alexis Neal, and Marie Hause discuss the Star Trek television shows and movies in regards to their portrayal and treatment of women, both on and[…]
In this episode, recorded in May, 2018, the Book of Nature Hosts get their Trek on, and explore the whole Star Trek franchise, from The Original Series to Discovery, and all things in between. Enjoy[…]
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Download this Episode On January 20, 2017, Nathan Gilmour had the opportunity to interview James Younger, executive producer of National Geographic Channel’s The Story of God, on their recent episode on Heaven and Hell. In addition,[…]
Marie Hause, Heather Elliot Neill, and Victoria Reynolds Farmer explore the world of the cartoon television show My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. Topics include children’s culture, subversive femininity, and bronies. Listen here! Knowing[…]
Download or Stream this Episode It’s Halloween again and the Christian Humanist Radio Network celebrates with a massive crossover event. Here, Danny Anderson talks with Carter Stepper and The Book of Nature Podcast‘s Todd Pedlar[…]
Download or Stream this Episode Dan Dawson talks with the Sectarian Review’s Jordan Poss and the Christian Humanist Podcast’s Nathan Gilmour about some apocalyptic, alien-invasion, and wooly booger episodes of The Twilight Zone.
Download or stream this episode Michial Farmer continues our Twilight Zone crossover by talking about “The Howling Man” and “The Masks” with Christina Bieber Lake and the Christian Feminist Podcast’s Katie Grubbs.
Download or Stream this Episode In our latest episode, we offer up a special Halloween edition of the City of Man Podcast. All of the shows in the Christian Humanist Radio Network are producing podcasts[…]
Download or Stream this Episode Danny, Ed, and Drew discuss the antiheroic antics of butt-kicking bad girls and bad boys, weighing the aesthetic and ethical merits of vicious realism in television’s Second Golden Age.