Anh's joined by anti-violence advocate Walter Mikac. He shares memories of his wife and two children before their lives were devastatingly cut short at Port Arthur.
Michel Lawrence investigates the human world in art, specifically the art of portraiture. Gallerist Stuart Purves establishes the scene with his firmly held belief that portraiture is really a battle between artist and subject which he likens to 'war'. The major Archibald winning portrait artists Lewis Miller, Del Kathryn Barton and Louise Hearman all talk about what drives their work and how they approach their own typically idiosyncratic styles. They reveal their own highly personal journeys for their art.