By Phillip Adams 23rd January 2011 via ABC Radio National’s Late Night Live Phillip Adams presents a tribute to Late Night Live’s longest and most outstanding contributor, the late Christopher Hitchens, journalist, author and contrarian.
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by Cynthia Banham 6th January 2012 via Sydney Morning Herald An eclectic collection of books sat wrapped under the Christmas tree for me this festive season. Among the crime novels and exotic cookbooks was Christopher Hitchens’s collection of essays, Arguably. … Continue reading
by Lawrence Krauss 24th December, 2011 via RDFRS The world, which Christopher Hitchens would have happily admitted was already pretty dark, got a little darker yesterday. With his death, it also got a lot emptier. Christopher was a beacon of … Continue reading
By Daniel Dennett 18th December, 2011 via The Washington Post I’ve just been reviewing my experiences with Christopher Hitchens. He informed me, entertained me, provoked me like nobody else, and I will miss his antic spirit more than I can … Continue reading
by Sam Harris 18th December, 2011 via SamHarris.org The moment it was announced that Christopher Hitchens was sick with cancer, eulogies began spilling into print and from the podium. No one wanted to deny the possibility that he would recover, … Continue reading
by David Nicholls December 18th, 2011 via OnLine Opinion Christopher Hitchens died with friends at his side at the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston Thursday 15th December. These words and similar headlines circled the globe in an expanding electronic … Continue reading
by Richard Dawkins 17th December, 2011 via The Independent On 7 October, I recorded a long conversation with Christopher Hitchens in Houston, Texas, for the Christmas edition of New Statesman which I was guest-editing. He looked frail, and his voice … Continue reading
by A.C. Grayling 16th December, 2011 via Barnes and Noble Review Editor’s Note: Philosopher, author, and BNR columnist A.C. Grayling sent us these thoughts today on the news of Christopher Hitchens’ death at 62. Even those who were on the … Continue reading
There are no words to adequately express the deep sadness that the Global Atheist Convention and Atheist Foundation of Australia feel at hearing the news of the death of Christopher Hitchens. Christopher was scheduled to appear at the 2012 Global … Continue reading
Jason Ball, Spokesperson for the 2012 Global Atheist Convention, was interviewed live on 4ZZZ about the rise of atheism in Australia and the implications for next year’s event following the death of keynote speaker Christopher Hitchens.