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Interview with Richard Dawkins

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http://www.cbc.ca/tapestry/podcast.html

The world's most famous atheist sat down with Tapestry - a programme about religion - for an hour-long conversation. His chat with Mary Hynes encompassed evolution, Darwin, creationists, wildflowers, atheism and Dawkins' lingering affection for the Church of England(?!). Richard Dawkins is the author of The Greatest Show on Earth: The Evidence for Evolution, published by Free Press.

TAGGED: EVOLUTION, INTERVIEWS, RICHARD DAWKINS


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