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99%VideoDec 2014

Isaac Asimov on the Greenhouse Effect in 1989

(2:39) From a presentation at the Humanist Institute in New York in 1989, showing that climate change has been an issue for scientists for many decades.


97%VideoApr 2012

2012 Global Atheist Convention's tribute to Christopher Hitchens

(11:10) Unfortunately, Christopher Hitchens was not able to make the 2012 Global Atheist Convention in Australia. This is their tribute to one of the great proponents of thinking for yourself, Christopher Hitchens.


96%VideoDec 2014

Christopher Hitchens - Don't waste my time with Islam

(3:11) Charming, roguish and enlightened atheist Christopher Hitchens explains why he comes down harder on Islam than other religions.


95%VideoJul 2010

Stephen Fry argues Catholic Church is not a force for good

Actor, broadcaster and author Stephen Fry destroys the Catholic Church in an impassioned speech against the motion that the Catholic Church is a force for good. Part 1.


94%VideoFeb 2012

John Branyan - Three Little Pigs

(8:23) According to comedian John Branyan, Shakespeare had a working vocabulary of 54,000 words, compared to the average today of 3,000. So what would 'Three Little Pigs' have sounded like had you been born in Shakespeare's day?


94%VideoAug 2011

Isaac Asimov - How to save civilization (1 of 2)

(10:05) American science fiction writer and biochemist Isaac Asimov (1920 - 1992) on how humanity can survive.


94%VideoOct 2015

Q&A - Christopher Hitchens at his cool, calm and collected best



94%VideoDec 2011

Great Minds - Christopher Hitchens tribute

(10:14) Narration taken from Christopher Hitchens vs William Lane Craig 2009 debate at Biola University, a Christian university near Los Angeles.


94%AnimationSep 2014

Illustrated talk with Maurice Sendak

(5:06) Tribute to American illustrator and children's books author Maurice Sendak (1928 - 2012).

94%VideoJan 2017

Wilfrid sculpts Will

(5:02) Inside the brilliant, beautiful and brutal world of sculptor Wilfrid Wood.