Iconic Irish writer Edna O'Brien talks to Irish broadcasting legend Gay Byrne about the people, events, ideas, values and beliefs that give her life meaning.
When Olympian Eloise Wellings runs for Australia in the 5000m her thoughts for Ugandan runner Julius Achon and their charity Love Mercy will be close to her heart.
With Olympic fever in the air, Moral Compass debates the ethics and values of the games. With past results tainted by suspicion of cheating can we trust anything we see in Rio? Why do we idolise those devoted to elite sport?
A massive influx of devout Lutheran refugees from Africa to a church in country Victoria has increased the congregation from 20 to 200 causing chaos, but also bringing much fun, friendship and love.
This program investigates the history of both the Jewish and Catholic processes to get a divorce, the recent changes to the way they function and how this affects people of faith seeking a divorce.
To divorce under Jewish law a couple must have a 'Gett' - a document presented by the husband and accepted by the wife. If a devout Catholic wants to divorce and then remarry within the church they must get an annulment.
This NAIDOC Week Special puts Bidgigal elder and singer Vic Simms in the spotlight. Discovered by Col Joye when he first performed as an 11-year-old, Vic went on to be the first indigenous performer on Bandstand.
In this election special, Geraldine Doogue gets behind the political point scoring and engages with five politicians - one from each of the major parties and an independent - about their core values and beliefs.
Geraldine Doogue explores the indigenous spiritual elements underpinning the groundbreaking ABC drama Cleverman with the cast and crew involved in the creation of the series.
When Amna Karra-Hassan played her first game of Aussie rules football she was hooked. She convinced friends to start training with her and form a women's team. Five years later the Auburn Giants are top of the ladder.
Sir Bob Geldof talks to Irish broadcasting legend Gay Byrne about the people, events, ideas, values and beliefs that give his life meaning.
Chaplain Kim Miller visits James who will soon be released from Lithgow Correctional Centre. To help James adjust to life on the outside Kim offers him a place at Friendship House. But will James turn up?
Chaplain Suzie Johnson is an Evangelical Christian with a big heart who works at the Dillwynia Correctional Centre. Zoe and Lesley are inmates who have been profoundly affected by Suzie's support.
Compass: Prison Chaplains (Part 1) (CC,G) Part one goes inside Cessnock and John Moroney Correctional Centres in NSW where two very different chaplains help offenders meet the challenges of incarceration and find meaning in their lives. #ABCcompass
In this entertaining and often divisive panel show Geraldine Doogue taps into the zeitgeist to explore religion, faith and ethics with a panel of well informed guests.
(Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that the following program contains images and voices of people who have died) When Rosendo Salvado founded the tiny religious community of New Norcia in Western Australia in 1847 he also began an extraordinary correspondence with a dear friend in France. #ABCcompass
The bitter conscription debates that raged through the First World War divided Australia. The struggle was embodied by two men, Prime Minister Billy Hughes and Catholic Archbishop of Melbourne Daniel Mannix. #ABCcompass
A small town in Poland becomes the centre of an initiative to improve vexed relations between Poles and Jews by reconsecrating an abandoned Jewish cemetery.
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