On the 102nd anniversary of the Battle of Beersheba, this program showcases participants in the Light Horse re-enactment and the Ride Like an Anzac commemorative bike ride.
The remarkable story of Genna Radnan, who went to Kenya in her gap year, and based on the need she saw there, began a charity for Kenyan women that has profoundly affected the lives of hundreds of women and children.
Before women had the vote in Australia, Anglican Deaconess Ministries was working to empower women to provide practical, educational and financial assistance in the community, and 127 years later they are still going strong.
Driven by a desire to understand the loss of his friend to suicide, filmmaker Darius Devas travels around Australia exploring positive personal stories of young Australians suffering from mental illness in regional areas.
It's crunch time for the Catholic Church in Australia. Reform won't be easy and requires the involvement of Catholic men and women at all levels of the church. Geraldine Doogue examines the tensions.
Reverend Jide Macaulay, an openly gay Church of England minister, wants to marry his boyfriend despite the Church not recognising same-sex marriage.
Aileen Harrison, a retired farmer living on the rich plains of the Darling Downs in Southern Queensland, finds new meaning in life as she fights to stop a coal mine that threatens the future of the farms in her region.
Street performer Paul Cooper has an unlikely ally in his ongoing battle with anxiety and depression - his robot, Tubby. A poignant exploration of family, mental illness and the transformative power of creativity.
A remarkable love story about a married couple who transcended gender roles, and a community that came together to support a transgender woman in pursuit of her dream.
Catholic high school graduates spend their gap year in Thailand teaching English to children of a Karen community and begin to question what they are doing there: voluntourism or ethical use of charitable resources?
Perth-based burns surgeon Fiona Wood talks to Geraldine Doogue about the power of the place she nominates as her sacred space: the operating theatre.
Robots are increasingly used with children on the autism spectrum. So what are the ethical and moral implications of using robots to teach children social life skills?
Driven by a deep Christian belief to help others less fortunate, three Polish missionaries devote their lives to caring for people, providing basic health care and education to people in remote parts of PNG.
Baptist Minister Karina Kreminski is well known in the neighbourhood for her blog Surry Hills and Valleys. We explore Karina's theology, life story and her views about the life and times of Surry Hills locals.
At Newcastle's John Hunter Hospital, clinical and theatrical expertise are brought together to provide groundbreaking opportunities for people living with the devastating effects of a stroke.
Photographer Hoda Afshar's experience of migration to Australia has redefined her relationship with Iran, Islam and her art. Her portrait of author/refugee Behrouz Boochani won last year's Bowness Photography Prize.
Strong connections are forged when girls from a Sydney high school travel to Brewarrina to play netball with a team of young Indigenous people. They meet Elders and hear stories of past injustices and dreams for the future.
Deborah Cheetham, proud Yorta Yorta woman, opera singer, composer and entrepreneur talks to Geraldine Doogue about her deep connection to her country in regional Victoria.
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