[Question] Applied Rationality podcast—feedback?

My goal is to help non-ra­tio­nal­ists be­come ra­tio­nal­ists, and provide ex­er­cises for ex­ist­ing ra­tio­nal­ists to hone their skills, in the form of au­dio/​video epi­sodes.

‘Ra­tion­ally Speak­ing’ and ‘The Bayesian Con­spir­acy’ are lovely, but they don’t serve the func­tion I have in mind.

Since I am an am­a­ture ra­tio­nal­ist, and pos­si­bly the least in­tel­li­gent per­son in this com­mu­nity, it would be ideal for some­one else to run this (preferrably CFAR them­selves, or at least some­one who has at­tended). If there is an ex­ist­ing pro­ject like this, please point me to it so I can sup­port it. If not, I at least have the drive to get the ball rol­ling.

I would prob­a­bly start by us­ing the ‘Ham­mer­time’ se­quence as ma­te­rial, and break­ing it down a bit so the av­er­age layper­son can un­der­stand it eas­ier. This would re­quire very lit­tle knowl­edge on my part, and give me time to maybe find a re­place­ment host, co­host, or a queue of in­ter­vie­wees to as­sist in fu­ture epi­sodes.

My ques­tion: is there any feed­back you can give on this idea?