A hacker threatens to expose every text you've ever sent. Charlie Pickering and Annabel Crabb join Julie Bishop, cybersecurity expert Prof. Richard Buckland and comedian Luke McGregor on the brand-new Tomorrow Tonight.
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.
The ABC's award-winning You Can't Ask That asks the tough questions to former and current members of the Australian Invictus Games team.
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.
This program opens up the confessional to priests. Representing various denominations, eight priests talk about doubting their beliefs, whether or not they have a sex life and drinking holy wine.
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.
This episode defrocks the world of drag: drag queens, drag kings and drag in-betweens. Featuring eight unique drag performers, the show explores gender, sexuality, dressing up and living life fabulously.
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 episode provides a platform for eight unique Australians to set the record straight about what living with schizophrenia means to them.
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.
Speaking with jaw-dropping honesty and eyebrow-raising descriptions, nine swingers leave no question unanswered, with no detail off limits. This episode is a swinging romp - without the clean-up.
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?
With almost a million Australians currently living with an eating disorder, this is a subject that affects many but is still largely misunderstood, this episode of You Can't Ask That puts a human face to eating disorders.
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.
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