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.
The Assyrians are a vibrant community who have made a great contribution to Australian life since the 1950s. Persecuted for centuries and a people without a country, their church has become the focus of their cultural identity.
Melany was only 12 when her father died. As a young adult she realised she could no longer shut out the past. Meeting Helen Dunne - a professional shroud maker, was a turning point.
The broader implications of the water-cooler conversation: Cardinal Pell at the Royal Commission. With Catholic Church stewardship in the spotlight, what's the effect on church leadership & the impact on the community?
Examines Pope Francis' controversial rise to power from Jesuit to Cardinal and eventual accession to the papacy.
The Pope who calls himself 'a sinner' is, certainly, a man of contradictions. But who is Jorge Mario Bergoglio? How did the man who was loved and loathed by his fellow Jesuits back in Argentina become Pope?
The elder son of migrants, Christos was born and raised in Melbourne as a Greek Orthodox Christian. But as a teenager struggling with his identity and sexuality, he turned to Pentecostal Christianity.
Ramadan, the world-wide Muslim month of fasting and feasting, has begun. We follow two families through the most important event on the Islamic calendar.
Compass explores the life of Australia's Mandaean community, in danger of dying out because of its strict marriage codes...
Since 1971 the Adamstown Uniting Church in Newcastle has been making Christmas puddings to support welfare and community programs in Newcastle, Australia and overseas. The demand for their puddings has them baking all year round.
Jarrod McKenna and Teresa Lee are Christian activists. They share their home in Perth with refugee families and work to make their transition to Australian life as positive as possible while demonstrating in politicians' offices.
Music therapist Emma O'Brien has been instrumental in transforming the lives of long term patients who participate in her innovative therapy program at the Royal Melbourne Hospital.
Michelle, Vicki and Aaron are young adults who suffered devastating disability through chronic illness and injury. For each of them a protracted stay in aged care facilities has formed part of their recovery experience.
Broadcasting from Toowoomba as part of the ABC's On the Road week, Geraldine Doogue and local panellists discuss what Australia can learn from Toowoomba's experience of helping to settle refugees who have moved into the area.
Jane Caro explores the secret to successful long-term relationships. Our couple's relationships have stood the test of time with their bonds intact. But the reality is that one of you will die before the other.
Jane Caro explores the secret to successful long term relationships. Our couple's relationships have stood the test of time with their bonds intact. But the reality is that one of you will die before the other.
Jane Caro is discovering the secrets of a long-lasting relationship. This week we take a look at the time after the honeymoon period when sooner or later every relationship hits a rough patch.
Jane Caro is discovering the secrets of a long-lasting relationship. This week we take a look at the time in a relationship when two individuals leave their family of origin and combine to make a new family.
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