Historian Bob Forder on the life of Jim Herrick, Freethinker editor from 1977-1981.
The author of ‘Humanly Possible: Seven Hundred Years of Humanist Freethinking, Enquiry and Hope' speaks to the Freethinker.
On the contribution made by humanists to ethical debates and political campaigning for gay law reform, nuclear disarmament and human rights.
Daniel Sharp examines the influence of Thomas Paine on Christopher Hitchens, and their many points of resemblance.
How might the history of freethought inspire its development in the 21st century? Emma Park is interviewed by Christoph De Spiegeleer of Liberas, a heritage and research centre for the history of the liberal movement and the freedom ideal in Belgium.
Professor Edward Royle, an expert on British secularism, compares the lives and legacies of two leading figures in the 19th-century secularist movement.