TV and the Meaning of Life
I'm slow on the uptake, the prestigious Slate
is behind a venture to bring serious TV on demand to the web. meaningoflife.tv
it's called, the idea is to bring "cosmic thinkers on camera" to an Internet connected device near you!
Interview clips from: Lorenzo Albacete, Daniel Dennett, Freeman Dyson, Francis Fukuyama, Owen Gingerich, Joseph Goldstein, Ursula Goodenough, John Haught, John Maynard Smith, Andrew Newberg, Arthur Peacocke, Steven Pinker, John Polkinghorne, Robert Pollack, Omid Safi, Sharon Salzberg, Huston Smith, Brian Swimme, and Keith Ward
Topics like: Being good without God, Consciousness, Death, Direction in evolution and history, Faith and reason, Free will, Limits of science, and Quantum weirdness
There is something for (almost) everyone here, even if they cannot solve questions like "The problem of evil" or "What is God?" to your satisfaction!
Good sound, and good - if small - video, and transcripts for follow-up reading, there are some fine resources here for Theology teachers, now why is there not a Biblical Studies equivalent?
Incidentally their gender balance is way off, with only two women that I noticed among a score of speakers.