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A Humanist Naming Ceremony

Humanism is a non-religious belief system. Humanists are people who shape their own lives in the here and now, because they believe it’s the only life we have. They make sense of the world through logic, reason, and evidence, and always seek to treat those around them with warmth, understanding, and respect.

And just like with other belief systems, they have important ceremonies too. Watch Ivy experience her naming ceremony, with the key features explained, while her parents discuss the Humanist principles they want to instill in her.

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Life After Death?

Life After Death? – Is there life after death? TrueTube took to the streets to ask members of the public (and a policeman) what they think will happen when they die…

Perfect Human

Perfect Human

Josephine Quintavalle and Abrey de Grey discuss the ethics of designing the human species.

Evolution: God to Science

Evolution: God to Science

In the past we believed that God created the world. Nowadays most people in the UK believe that evolution brought us here. Science has taken over, but where is it going?

Religion? No Way!

Religion? No Way!

Nick Pullar talks to us about atheism and his fear of religious beliefs. He challenges religious ideas and questions how we’re expected to live the best life possible whilst following religious rules every day.

Divide or Unite?

Divide or Unite? – Does music unite or divide us? Young people across the country share their views.

Free Speech Vs Censorship

Free Speech Vs Censorship – Should song lyrics be censored… or should we all have the freedom to express? Hear what members of the public and music artists think about this.

Good Vibrations

Good Vibrations – Glastonbury Organiser, Emily Eavis, speaks about the positive effects of music and festivals.

Asher D And Lyrics

Asher D And Lyrics – Do song lyrics reflect the realities of the world? Or, do they influence society? Music artist and actor, Asher D, speaks about the media’s reaction to So Solid Crew’s lyrics.

Akala’s Definition of Hip Hop

Akala’s Definition of Hip Hop – Would you blame hip hop for the increase in violence? Akala, rapper and brother of Miss Dynamite, challenges the negative stigma attached to hip hop and talks about who to blame for inequalities.