Julian Punch is a former Catholic priest whose tireless battle for social justice and gay rights saw him branded as a renegade. He quit the church after realising he couldn't be a priest and an outspoken gay man.
During the worst bushfire season in Australia's history, NSW fire chief Shane Fitzsimmons stood out. A rebellious child with a troubled background, Shane's personal loss and resilience have made him an outstanding leader.
He's one of Australia's most respected and trusted journalists. Now, the founding host of Insiders, Barrie Cassidy, returns with a series of interviews with fascinating people on the topic of leadership.
Dava Sobel is an American author whose books unravel great mysteries of space and time. Recently she's revealed the little-known story of a group of women in the development of modern astronomy.
Rhiannon Giddens is a US Grammy Award-winning singer and instrumentalist who has made race and history the base notes of her repertoire.
Jane Goodall is a primatologist and environmental activist, whose trailblazing work with chimpanzees has helped reshape our understanding of animal and human behaviour.
Actor Sam Neill is a Kiwi but has done much of his best work in Australia. He talks life, love and his other grand obsession: making wine.
Former US Vice President Al Gore reflects on the global climate crisis, his failed bid to become president, and the near-tragedy that almost cost the life of his son.
Sally Scales has been described as feisty, tough and determined. The youngest person elected Chair of the APY Lands Executive Board talks to Barrie about being raised by strong leaders, and becoming the voice of her elders.
Richard Fidler has enjoyed success as a musical comedy performer, broadcaster and author. As host of the radio interview show Conversations, Fidler says he feels privileged to ask impertinent questions for a living.
Writer and model Lily Bailey has suffered with obsessive compulsive disorder all her life. Initially secretive about her condition, she grew tired of misconceptions around OCD and chose to speak frankly about her struggles.
Justin Langer took over as coach of the Australian cricket team after sandpapergate. The former player tells Barrie Cassidy about the steps they have taken to rebuild the trust, respect, and integrity of the team.
Gillian Triggs is an academic and international lawyer appointed in 2012 as president of the Australian Human Rights Commission. In the final month of her term, she reflects on a challenging career.
Jeff Duff is a flamboyant and controversial entertainer, whose career bloomed in London alongside some of rock music's greatest stars. Known for his successful David Bowie tribute act, Duff insists he's very much his own man.
Join Barrie Cassidy for a series discussing leadership. He meets captain of the Bawley Point Rural Fire Brigade, Charlie Magnuson, who steered his team through the recent fire season, going above and beyond.
Two elders from Cape York entrusted Victor Steffensen with the ancient knowledge of cultural burning. Could this method of fire management used by generations of Indigenous people be the answer to Australia's bushfire threat?
Sam Bloom became a paraplegic after falling from a rickety balcony while on holiday. Now the book Penguin Bloom - about a visiting magpie that helped Sam's family to recover - will be made into a film starring Naomi Watts.
Isaiah Firebrace is a 17-year-old Indigenous singer whose voice helped him overcome childhood hardship. He shot to stardom after winning X Factor in 2016 and represented Australia at the Eurovision Song Contest in Kiev.
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