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The HumanKind podcast looks at the place of humanism in Scotland and the impact of members of Humanist Society Scotland across the country.

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Episode 2: Does it make you smile?

This episode GCU lecturer in law Dr Andrew Tickell gives us his opinion on the Hate Crime Bill (please note some amendments have been agreed since this interview), Glasgow Skeptic’s Brian Eggo talks us through the perils and pitfalls of personal biases, Humanists UK Chief Exec Andrew Copson outlines the latest battle for legal humanist marriage in England and Wales, and Mary MacKay and Mark McKergow discuss volunteering during the pandemic. We’ve also got Thought for the Podcast delivered by Celebrant Linda Britton, and Humanist Society Scotland trustee Jim Chalmers plays Fast Five Questions.

Listen to “Does it make you smile?” on Spreaker.

Episode 1: Dèan Gàire

This episode follows volunteers from our Glasgow SteetCare team on their weekly route, why you shouldn’t be scared of 5G phones, the impact of international humanism, and our regular thought for the podcast.

Listen to “Dèan Gàire” on Spreaker.

This episode was produced by Julia Moon, Ruth Curry, and Ceri Sutherland. Thanks to the contributors John Howieson, Amy Culshaw, Maggie Kinloch, Brian Eggo, Gary McLelland, Paul and Cathy Millar. This edition was presented by Fraser Sutherland.

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