Last night, I realized that Halloween was the birthday of Philosophy in Action Radio! It’s been two whole years! Hooray!
My first recorded broadcast — a webcast, back then — was on October 31st, 2010. Since then, I’ve broadcast 121 live shows over nearly 124 hours, answering 468 questions and interviewing 13 people. Wow! That’s a heck of a lot. See for yourself in the archive of episodes and archive of topics!
I love what I’m doing with Philosophy in Action Radio. I love that I’m speaking on fresh topics every week, and that my supply of topics seems limitless. I love that I’m covering issues of real-life practical importance, and that I’m able to help people live better. I love that I’m reaching thousands of people with each broadcast, and that my audience is growing by leaps and bounds. I love that I’m talking about the good in life, and that I’m not just griping about politics. And yes, I love that I can do all that in my pajamas, and that no one is the wiser!
So thank you, thank you to everyone who has contributed to the success of Philosophy in Action. Of course, my Sunday co-host Greg Perkins deserves much thanks, as do the generous folks who contribute to our tip jar. Without that support — and the support of others too — Philosophy in Action wouldn’t have survived these two years, let alone be growing like gangbusters, as we are of late.
Really, I couldn’t be happier about where Philosophy in Action is today. And I’m so excited to see what’s in store for us over the next two years!
P.S. Please don’t forget to vote for Philosophy in Action in the “General” category for the Podcast Awards! Remember, you can vote every day. Help us make even more awesome happen!