Category: Television

Actor Viola Davis wins a 2015 Screen Actors Guild award for her performance as Annaliese Keating on ABC's How to Get Away with Murder

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode #144: Female Antiheroes on the American Screen

Laurie Norris, Katie Grubbs, and Victoria Reynolds Farmer talk about Bad Girls Club: the rise of the female anti-hero Knowing What is an antihero and how is she different from a villain? How are female antiheroes different than male versions of the character type? What role do antiheroes play for our society? Reading Case Study…

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode 98: Women in Star Trek

  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 off screen.   INTRODUCTIONS KNOWING   Disclaimers about the scope of our discussion Our personal histories with Star Trek  …

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode #75: Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries

KNOWING Background on the show Crowdfunding the Miss Fisher movie READING Feminism & gender in Miss Fisher Elizabeth ‘Mac’ MacMillan (Episode 1:10, ‘Death by Miss Adventure’) Modern morality in a period piece Is Phryne a Mary Sue? Bad Men & Strong Women (Episode 1:07, ‘Murder at Montparnasse’) Simone de Beauvoir’s The Ethics of Ambiguity What…

The Christian Humanist Pocast, Episode 206.01: Heaven and Hell with the Story of God

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, he got to talk with Barry Taylor from Homebrewed Christianity about the same event. We’d like to thank National Geographic…

The Christian Feminist Podcast, Episode #50: My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic

  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 Background on My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic Panelists’ impressions of the show in relation to feminism Reading/Watching Discussion of…

Sectarian Review 23: The Twilight Zone

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 about a couple of episodes from the essential TV series, The Twilight Zone. Danny, Carter, and Todd discuss two classics from…

City of Man, Episode 21: The Twilight Zone

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 this week dissecting episodes from the classic show The Twilight Zone. Coyle is joined by Kristen Filipic, the press liaison for…

The Christian Humanist Podcast, Episode #178: Firefly

Download or Stream this Episode Merry Christmas! In lieu of our normal Christmas episode this year, the Christian Humanist Radio Network is offering you an experimental group of episodes, each with a special crossover cast.  The subject matter for all three will be Firefly. This episode features The Christian Humanist Podcasts’s Nathan Gilmour, The Christian Feminist…

Christian Humanist Profiles 35: Tripp Fuller on House of Cards

Nathan Gilmour sits down with Tripp Fuller to explore some of the theological and artistic fun that one can have with the Netflix series House of Cards.  The conversation ranges from the English Renaissance to the genre of tell-all memoir and several places besides.   WARNING: SPOILERS INSIDE.  Finish House of Cards Season Three before you start listening…