Is the need to confess an imperative all humans share? Kumi Taguchi reveals what confession looks like today; the Sacrament of Reconciliation in the Catholic tradition, and a secular urban confession offered on street corners.
Presented by Australia's most respected journalist Ray Martin, this program will shine a light on the most common violent crime taking place across regional Australia - domestic violence.
Interviewees John Tasioulas, Christian Barry and Peter Singer unpack the rights of an individual and explore intended and unintended consequences.
Journalist Paul Kennedy investigates Australia's biggest cover-up: the decades of abuse in religious and state institutions, from elite inner-city schools, to remote Aboriginal missions.
Hosted by Janice Petersen, experts will dissect the issues, discuss the problems and seek solutions around the major themes raised in Struggle Street; from mental health, to drug issues, entrenched disadvantage, welfare, housing and the experience of those from CALD backgrounds. We also hear firsthand from invited audience members and politicians from all sides to hear what's been done, and what more can be done, to alleviate the challenges for struggling Australians.
Interviewees Peter Singer, Katie Steele question if the environment has its own ethical interests which overshadow those of humans.
Interviewees Peter Singer, Bronwyn Finnigan and Julian Savulescu ask if animals have the same interests as humans and how we should ethically treat them.
An ex-boyfriend hires killers to take out his girlfriend's new man; a news anchor is harassed, has her identity stolen, and has her life threatened; and a beautician is stalked by someone she thinks is a rival.
Interviewees Jiewuh Song, Serene Khader, Christian Barry, John Thrasher and Tony Coady examine the nature of borders and how we view migration.
A notorious American who pretended to be a CIA agent so he could defraud vulnerable women looking for love; and a 'dashing barrister' who leaves his new partner in huge debt after lying about his assets.
Multinational corporations are moving to Colombia to set up a global weed supply chain. Will Colombia's pot farmers, long under the thumb of FARC rebels, join in or fight back?
What happens to old dogs when their owners can't take care of them anymore? Compass meets older people who have been 'matched up' with older dogs, bringing new life to both. Final for 2017.
Interviewees Tony Coady, Monima Chadha and Bronwyn Finnigan show how we can live in a society with competing moral codes and differing religious views.
British presenter and actor Reggie Yates investigates the reality behind the global super rich's insatiable appetite for luxury goods.
This episode examines astonishing cases of sex fraud, including a man who was attacked by another man when he thought he was meeting up with his dream girl from a dating website.
Marijuana legalisation promises a new American success story, but with skyrocketing rents and thousands of people homeless on the streets of Denver, whose green dream is this?
Growing up in South Africa, Steve Pasvolsky and his siblings were cared for by their nanny Angelina. When the Pasvolsky family migrated to Australia, they left Angelina behind. Forty years later they return to find her.
Interviewees Janna Thompson, Marcia Langton and Mick Dodson explore the effect past injustices have on present generations.
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