At Christian Brothers College in WA, boys are guided by mentors and teachers through a year-long program of ritual, self-reflection and challenge to shape and define the type of man they want to be.
Having left politics behind them, ex-politicians reflect on what life was like in the Canberra bubble and what they learned from it.
Has the time come to reform capitalism? The Brexit vote, the Donald Trump phenomenon, the resurgence of One Nation, distress signs that democracy and capitalism as we know them are under pressure and failing to deliver for all.
Hana Assafiri is a woman on a mission. At a time when Islamophobia is on the rise, she runs regular speed dating sessions where people come and ask Muslim women any questions they like about Islam.
Tourists flock to the small South Australian town of Lobethal which goes all out each year to prepare and perform its live Christmas nativity and light show.
Kumi Taguchi meets much loved singer Aled Jones and talks to him about his career as a singer and broadcaster, his faith and his origins as a boy soprano.
Three artists share their passion as they write and rehearse original material for The Sacred Music Festival that celebrates the religious and cultural diversity of Greater Western Sydney.
Geraldine Doogue seeks powerful connection with prominent Australians through an investigation of their sacred space. Li Cunxin, dancer and artistic director of the Qld Ballet, invites the audience to share his inner world.
Social commentator Jane Caro finds out how people who've been shamed come to terms or overcome it. Jane talks to psychologist Zac Seidler, lawyer John Ellis and James Harding about shame.
In this two-part special, social commentator Jane Caro finds out how people who've been shamed come to terms with or overcome it. Jane talks to singer Billie McCathy, academic Kerry Tucker and Jacqui Lambie.
How have survivors of institutional childhood abuse been able to pick up their lives and look to the future? Three inspirational people share their stories.
With exclusive access to the collection at the Sydney Jewish Museum, this episode spends time with Holocaust survivors who are passionate about sharing the stories behind their precious belongings.
Kumi meets Zoe, who uses animals to help people experiencing social isolation, Melissa who was pregnant at 16 and now mentors teen mums, and Debbie who trains teachers how to connect with traumatised children.
Kumi meets Simon, who is building and nurturing community from the ground up, Kane who is using his experience to help others break the cycle of drug addiction, and Rachael who teaches kids surfing and self-confidence.
This three-part special shines a spotlight on the brave new world of giving. Three charities face a room full of potential donors. The audience only put their hands in their pockets if a cause touches their hearts.
As Judgement Day approaches, believers prepare for the end of the world. Unshakeable in their belief, how do they and their leader react when the ordained time passes without incident?
A religious group in the US is convinced they know when the world will end. This exploration of their congregation reveals how people come to believe, and mistake belief for truth.
Mary-Anne Gordon could be the new face of Catholicism. With few priests available to do the work, she travels the length of the Forbes-Wilcannia district in rural NSW providing pastoral care.
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