My Appearance On BBC’s ‘The Big Questions’
I always make sure I tune in to The Big Question on the BBC for some entertaining religious debate. I’ve been in the audience a few times, but last Saturday on the 14th May I was invited along to be a featured guest. The two questions I was brought in to discuss were: “Do we have the right not to be offended?” and “Is death easier if you believe in god?”.
I think it went well enough for my first live TV appearance. I’m especially pleased to have raised awareness of ex-Muslims on the UK’s largest broadcaster, much to the chagrin of the Muslim gentleman sat behind me.
You can watch the full episode on BBC iPlayer here if you are in the UK.
For others, see the YouTube clips below, before they are taken down:
‘Do we have the right not to be offended?’
‘Is death easier if you believe in god?’
Here are a few select clips:
I intend to share my thoughts on the whole experience in an upcoming Taking The Myth edition of the podcast, so be sure to subscribe to The Godless Spellchecker Podcast on your preferred device.