Frustrated by the hypocrisy they see in their parents, teachers, and the entire school board, an unlikely trio set out to find a common truth and make their voices heard as they revive a defunct school club and take on the world.
A girl goes to Harvard and joins the debate team. She has to deal with a ton of issues, from boyfriends, to ethnicity, to religion, to sexual assault.
On October 3rd of 2007 in Birmingham, Alabama, Professor Richard Dawkins and his Oxford University colleague Professor John Lennox engaged in a lively debate over what is arguably the most critical question of our time: the existence of God. The debate centered on Dawkins's views as expressed in his best-seller, The God Delusion, and their validity over and against the Christian faith. Both presenters agreed to the format and topics of discussion. It was one of the great debates of the last 100 years and is well worth watching and studying.
Debate Team is a documentary exploring the weird subculture of competitive college debate. Competitors battle at 360 words per minute, hauling around mountains of evidence called "cards" and nearly every debate ends in global nuclear annihilation. In 2005, some 200 teams converged on San Francisco State to compete in the National Championship. The documentary follows four teams, from Michigan State, Harvard, West Georgia, and Berkeley in their quest for the national title. What emerges is not simply the chronicle of the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat, but a more disturbing examination into the nature of competition itself and the American fetish with championships and champions.
Join the Origins Project at ASU for the final night in the Origins Stories weekend, focused on the science of storytelling and the storytelling of science. The Storytelling of Science will feature a panel of esteemed scientists, public intellectuals, and award-winning writers including well-known science educator Bill Nye, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins, theoretical physicist Brian Greene, Science Friday’s Ira Flatow, popular science fiction writer Neal Stephenson, executive director of the World Science Festival Tracy Day, and Origins Project director Lawrence Krauss as they discuss the stories behind cutting edge science from the origin of the universe to a discussion of exciting technologies that will change our future.
Comedians James Adomian (Bernie Sanders) and Anthony Atamanuik (Donald Trump) bring two of the most controversial candidates in history, head-to-head, or rather bald-to-toupee, in a debate unlike anything you've ever seen before! Moderated by none other than Paul F. Tompkins, Brianna Baker, and Rhea Butcher, the Presidential contenders will battle to prove once and for all that they are the candidate worth your vote! While Bernie Sanders continues to win among those who feel guilty shopping at Whole Foods, Donald Trump is killing it with voters who support killing just about everyone. This two-part series is all the election coverage you'll ever need.
The second annual God Debate features atheist neuroscientist Sam Harris and Evangelical Christian apologist William Lane Craig as they debate the topic: "Is Good From God?" The debate was sponsored in large part by the Notre Dame College of Arts and Letters: The Henkels Lecturer Series, The Center for Philosophy of Religion and the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts.
The first presidential debate between Senator John McCain and Senator Barack Obama
A war wages on throughout the streets of Philadelphia, the city of Brotherly Love. Who sells the best Cheesesteak?
The first and only vice presidential debate between Vice President Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan.
A debate between the revolutionary left and the revolutionary right. Representing the left is Caleb Maupin, journalist and political analyst for RT. Representing the right is Augustus Sol Invictus, editor of “The Revolutionary Conservative” and former Libertarian Senate Candidate in Florida.
An interview with Mark Durkin, the producer of the Great Global Warming Swindle, followed by a panel discussion.
Melbourne International Comedy Festival Annual Great Debate will tackle whether Food is better than Sex.Teams include Paul McDermott, Arj Barker, Fiona O’Loughlin, Cal Wilson, Russell Kane and Greg Behrendt, with Corrine Grant as Moderator.
At the 2008 Edinburgh International Festival, Oxford professor and Christian apologist John Lennox and leading atheist and acclaimed journalist Christopher Hitchens first debated over the question of whether or not atheism could save Europe. In March 2009, Lennox and Hitchens debated the topic ‘Is God Great?’ Witness this thought-provoking discussion, now on DVD, as well as a special feature interview with the two men together.
This is a debate held live on Revelation TV between Dr. James White and Dr. Michael Brown, about the nature of Atonement.
The true story of a brilliant but politically radical debate team coach who uses the power of words to transform a group of underdog African American college students into an historical powerhouse that took on the Harvard elite.
The Great Debate is a VH1 program that debates about pop culture. It premiered July 6, 2009 and is "emceed" by boxing ring announcer Michael Buffer.
Teams of comedians/improvisers are pitted against each other to settle some of life's most pressing arguments.
Crossballs: The Debate Show is a Comedy Central television show which poked fun at cable news networks' political debate shows, especially CNN's Crossfire and MSNBC's Hardball with Chris Matthews. In each episode, comedians posing as experts on a particular subject would debate two real commentators. The true experts were unaware that the show was a sham. Topics ranged from reality television to religion to violence in video games. It debuted on July 6, 2004 and ran for eight weeks. It aired Tuesday-Friday at 7:30 p.m. ET. The twenty-third and final episode aired on August 24, 2004. Show number 24 was taped but never aired, after one of the unsuspecting guests, James March, threatened to sue Comedy Central.
Debate with Mare at Pare is a highly watched open debate show in the Philippines. It is aired every late night Thursdays on GMA Network. It is hosted by Pareng Oscar Orbos and Mareng Winnie Monsod. The program has been awarded by the Philippine Movie Press Club as best public affairs program and best talk show by the Catholic Mass Media Awards. Debate is the first of its kind in the country, combining information and entertainment in discussing various issues. The hosts act as moderators of the debate. Debate pioneered the use of highly computerized televoting system, wherein televiewers cast their votes on the featured issue. These include SMS, internet voting, and telephone voting. From 1998 to 2000, pagers were used when SMS were not yet in the market, Debate first aired on November 18, 1998. From February to June 2001, Mrs. Monsod was briefly replaced by TV news anchor Mel Tiangco when she ran for the position of senator. The program is confrontational, bold, fiery, spontaneous, and highly opinionated. Not only that, it has become a venue for people to reach out and even confront Philippine officials. It has also become an important tool in policy making decision of Philippine leaders.
The Doha Debates are a forum for free speech in Qatar and tackle the region's most controversial and topical issues. They are sponsored by Qatar Foundation and their broadcasting rights are sold to BBC World News where they are aired monthly, eight times a year. The Debates entered into their eighth series in October 2011. In addition to BBC World News The Doha Debates are broadcast on MHz Networks and Thirteen in the USA, GEO TV in Pakistan, TV BiH in Bosnia and Hertzegovina and the Real News Network in Canada and the USA. The total potential global audience for The Debates is over 350 million.
The CNN/YouTube presidential debates were a series of televised debates in which United States presidential hopefuls field questions submitted through the social networking site YouTube. The Democratic Party installment took place in Charleston, South Carolina and aired on July 23, 2007. The Republican Party installment took place in St. Petersburg, Florida and aired on November 28, 2007.
The 2016 United States presidential election debates are a series of debates being held for the 2016 U.S. presidential general election. The Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD), a bipartisan organization formed in 1987, organizes debates among the major presidential candidates.