We had a really great show on Tuesday. Unfortunately, due to technical difficulties, no one will ever be able to hear it again. Because of a series of miscommunications, the show didn't get recorded. We are terribly, terribly sorry about this. We apologize to our affiliates and to those who listen to the show via the internet.
Personally, I was crestfallen when I heard the news, shortly after we got off air. I thought it was one of our liveliest shows. Walter was really great. We generated scads of callers, scads of e-mails, even comments on the blog. Too bad it won't ever be heard by listeners to our growing number of affiliates or by the many, many folks who listen to our show via the internet. Once again, we're terribly sorry about this all.
We also had a technical difficulty with last week's show on Kant. It got recorded, fortunately, but we've had a problem getting it up on the archive page. That should be corrected soon.
Talk about omens, though. During our rehearsal before the show, the door to our studio mysteriously closed on its own. Our producer noticed this and said, "Do you think god is sending us a message." We laughed it off. But now that the episode has disappeared into the ether ... who knows?
Anyway, I still plan to blog about the topic of belief in god. I'll begin by responding to some of the comments on the other thread. But look for an extended post in the next couple of days.
UPDATE: You can, in fact, find the program here.