The Atheism Tapes
The Atheism Tapes consist of the extented conversations of Brief History of Disbelief series.
In this six-part documentary, the British neurologist Sir Jonathan Miller interviews with famous faces such as playwright Arthur Miller, biologist Richard Dawkins and asks hard questions about belief and disbelief.
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Sir Jonathan Wolfe Miller, CBE (born 21 July 1934) is a British neurologist, theatre and opera director, television presenter, humourist and sculptor. He lives in Camden, North London.
Jonathan Miller talks to the philosopher Colin McGinn about atheism and anti-Theism.
The Nobel Prize-winning physicist discusses the role of science in the erosion of religious belief.
Playwright Arthur Miller and Jonathan Miller talk about disbelief and their experiences of anti-Semitism.
Biologist Richard Dawkins talks to Jonathan Miller about his implacable opposition to all religion.
Christian theologian Denys Turner defends the case for God as the answer to the most important questions.
Philosopher Daniel Dennett talks to Jonathan Miller about why people still believe in God.