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Readers' Choice Awards - Favorite Agnostic / Atheist Podcast of 2011

By February 22, 2012

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Readers' Choice Awards

There's a lot of great information being passed around on podcasts today and it's a shame that there isn't enough time to listen to them all! So help out your fellow atheists, agnostics, and skeptics by voting for your favorite podcast to encourage others to listen. Which podcast was your favorite last year?

Readers nominated a lot of different podcasts and now we have the five finalists for you to vote on.

To be eligible, a podcast had to involve at least some people who identify as atheists or agnostics who are doing the speaking and writing, it had to have been active for most of 2011, and the topics must generally be issues pertaining to atheism, agnosticism, freethought, church/state separation, etc.

Here are links to more information about each of the podcasts that are finalists for the Favorite Agnostic / Atheist Podcast of 2011:

Readers Choice Awards - All Voting Pages

Previous Favorite Agnostic / Atheist Podcast Winners:

Note: Readers are only allowed to vote once a day during the voting period, February 22 - March 21. That's why voting requires that you be logged in here to About.com, be logged in with Facebook, or that you provide an email address. A per About.com's privacy policy, your email address won't be shared with anyone. You won't even be signed up for newsletters - it's just needed to prevent fraud.

Comments
March 2, 2012 at 4:45 pm
(1) nick says:

Mr Deity is not included? Can I do a write-in?

March 2, 2012 at 10:02 pm
(2) Austin Cline says:

Sorry, the only people eligible for the final voting are those who received enough nominations. You can start a campaign next year to make sure he gets enough nominations to make the final five…

March 21, 2012 at 10:57 am
(3) Bob says:

There is a reason why I avoid about.com, more ads than information. And AE isn’t even a true podcast production, not to mention it makes my ears bleed.

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