Geraldine Doogue and a panel of high profile international and Australian guest speakers attend the Parliament of the World's Religions in Melbourne. It is the largest gathering of religious leaders in the world.
When World Youth Day was staged in Sydney last year one of the principal events, the Stations of the Cross, a re-enactment of Christ's last hours, was beamed worldwide. Months of rehearsal, sweat, blood and tears went into the ambitious production headed up by Father Franco Cavarra, a one-time opera director who joined the Roman Catholic priesthood 10 years ago. It was his job to bring to life the 2000 year old story of Christ's suffering and death.
It's one of the largest cemeteries in the world - but burial space is running out. Sydney's Rookwood now has to devise new ways to care for the dead, and for the bereaved.
Philosopher and theologian Dr Conor Cunningham talks to some of the world's eminent evolutionary biologists, geneticists and philosophers to examine whether the latest advances in evolutionary theory do in fact kill God.
This film shows the transformation of the holiest place in the Islamic world into a real estate business for religious tourism.
Just over a year ago the people of Cumnock (pop. 300), a tiny town four hours drive west of Sydney, were presented with a radical idea. Cumnock resident Christine Weston suggested that they offer their empty farmhouses to people from the city. The families would pay only a dollar a week but they would have to do some basic repairs on their houses.
Follows the head of the Anglican Church in Nigeria as he leads a boycott of the once-a-decade Anglican leaders meeting in London, to hold a rival summit in Jerusalem.
Does meditation have any place within Christianity? Compass meets Benedictine monk, Laurence Freeman, who travels the world teaching meditation to cross-denominational Christian groups.
This story of music, faith and heroism focuses on the Brunswick Salvation Army Band whose fate in World War II is one of the most tragic and little told episodes of Australia's wartime history.
In the final episode of our men's dinner series, Geraldine invited five men who have moved into a later stage of life. Most are retired or they have stepped back from full time work or their main career. So what are they doing? Have they become grumpy old men? Or, are they having a ball in this, their second or maybe third life?
To mark the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible, British author Adam Nicolson tells the fascinating story of its making, and examines why this world wide bestseller is still considered one of the most influential books.
This two-part program tells the story of one of the most influential men in English history, William Tyndale.
Writer and historian Melvyn Bragg reveals how William Tyndale's work in translating the Bible into English unlocked the English language for ordinary people.
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