What I Believe
What I Believe
Humanists UK
In this podcast, Chief Executive of Humanists UK Andrew Copson talks to humanists today about what they believe, to understand more about the values, convictions, and opinions they live by.
David Baddiel
In this episode, Andrew talks to comedian, author, screenwriter and TV presenter, David Baddiel about what he believes, from complexity, the importance of stories, really really really knowing for absolute certain that there is no god, and being a Jew.
Aug 5
50 min
Rebecca Goldstein
In this episode, Andrew speaks to philosopher and novelist, Rebecca Goldstein about what she believes, from the lust for truth to building an integrated worldview, and why every person matters.
Jul 29
40 min
Paul Sinha
In this episode, Andrew speaks to comedian, broadcaster, and professional quizzer, Paul Sinha about what he believes, from the joy of facts to the power of family.
Jul 22
30 min
Alice Roberts
In this episode, Andrew speaks to academic, broadcaster, and writer, Alice Roberts about what she believes, from serendipity to the importance of stepping outside your species.
Jul 15
41 min
Richard Wiseman
In this episode, Andrew speaks to psychologist and magician, Richard Wiseman about what he believes, from skepticism to making your own luck to not forgiving yourself.
Jul 8
26 min
Margaret Heffernan
In this episode, Andrew speaks to entrepreneur, writer, and TEDTALK favourite, Margaret Heffernan about what she believes, from the fact of uncertainty to the importance of freedom of choice.
Jul 1
36 min
Tim Minchin
In this episode, Andrew speaks to composer, lyricist, musician, comedian, actor, writer, producer, and director, Tim Minchin about what he believes, from skepticism to the necessity of diplomatic good faith (not that sort of faith…).
Jun 24
35 min
Janet Ellis
In this episode, Andrew speaks to actor, presenter, and novelist Janet Ellis about what she believes, from the role of chance to the joy of self-creation and human connections.
Jun 17
40 min
Robin Ince
In this episode, Andrew speaks to comedian, writer, and broadcaster, Robin Ince, about what he believes, from finding delight in the disorder of the universe to accepting the absurdity of life.
Jun 3
27 min