He was also a regular panelist on BBC Radio 1’s “Loose Talk”.
From early 2007, he began posting short monologs denouncing religion to a number of video sharing websites, consequently receiving numerous death threats.
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His videos have caused Condell to receive hundreds of death threats and also a significant amount of support.
His videos have been featured on websites and blogs, including his one, Little Green Footballs, LiveLeak, Jihad Watch, MilkandCookies, Kathy Shaidle’s blog, Geert Wilders, the leader of the political party Party for Freedom website, PZ Myers’ blog Pharyngula, and Richard Dawkins’ website.
In 2007 one of Condell’s YouTube videos was used in a presentation by Sir Harold Kroto, recipient of the 1996 Nobel Prize for Chemistry, at the Beyond Belief symposium.
Condell’s first video, uploaded to YouTube on 8 February 2007 was his participation in The Blasphemy Challenge, an Internet-based project which aims to get atheists declare themselves.
The challenge asks atheists to submit videos to the website YouTube, in which they record themselves blaspheming or denying the existence of the Holy Spirit.
Condell has spoken favorably of Geert Wilders and has described the Quran as hate speech.
In April 2010, Condell urged his viewers to vote “for freedom” and said that a “vote for any of the three main parties” would be a wasted vote in the 2010 general election.