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.
An unprecedented glimpse into the complex lives of eight Australian former cult members - how they joined, what they were subjected to on the inside, and how they ultimately escaped.
Mary-Anne Gordon could be the new face of Catholicism. With few priests available to do the work, she travels the length of the Forbes-Wilcannia district in rural NSW providing pastoral care.
Is the idea of fame and fortune all it's cracked up to be? Ex-reality TV stars tell all about what's it's like to jump headfirst into the world of reality TV and come out the other side. This is the reality of reality TV. (Coarse language)
The traditional story of the birth of Christianity is dominated by men, but were female disciples crucial to Jesus' mission? This episode, historians Helen Bond and Joan Taylor make a startling discovery that confirms their theory.
Women and men tell their deeply personal stories of sexual assault, sharing what happened, how people reacted, whether they got justice and what they did to recover. These are voices and insights you won't hear anywhere else.
The traditional story of the birth of Christianity is dominated by men, but were female disciples crucial to Jesus' mission? And why has the role those women played disappeared from history? Bible experts find out.
Australian Buddhist Ian Green is building the largest stupa in the western world near Bendigo. Inside the stupa, a huge jade Buddha is being installed. After touring the world, the Buddha will end up in a rural community.
Debate has been raging about Australian Muslim designers taking their place at the forefront of the global fashion industry, this program revisits key players with some serious skin in the game.
Many believe the Freemasons are a secret society that has long ruled the world. Follow the grand master of Scotland through his own installation and on to Washington DC to witness the installation of a new grand master.
With over 5 million members worldwide, many believe the Freemasons are a secret society that has long ruled the world. But do they? We go back to where the Freemasons started their ancient rituals, in 16th-century Scotland.
Geraldine Doogue seeks powerful connections with prominent Australians through an investigation of their sacred space and what it means to them. This time, artist Ben Quilty opens up about his inner world.
The number of women who are homeless is on the rise Australia-wide. Lou's Place offers sanctuary and a dedicated group of volunteers who provide a unique framework to support women in need of a safe place.
A student of the Dalai Lama creates a community for abandoned children in the foothills of the Himalayas, with no higher purpose than giving its young members the joys of childhood. Tashi is the newest arrival.
An Australian faith healer claims he can cure people of their disabilities. Emily Yates, a wheelchair user, attends a session to see if his claims are true.
Should we be worried about so much wealth and influence over our lives being centralised by a handful of tech giants? Nik Gowing chairs a lively debate.
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