The Ark: The Tomb (Part 3)04/26/15
In the last of three interviews on the so-called Jesus Family Tomb, Radio National's Rachael Kohn speaks with US Biblical scholar Dr Jodi Magness on her doubts about the controversial claim.
Signpost: Gallipoli Revisited
Sunday Nights' regular movie reviewer Fr Richard Leonard has published a book on the films of Peter Weir. On the centenary of the Anzac landings, he looks back at Weir's enduring 1981 classic, Gallipoli.
The Interview: Tim Fischer on the WWI Aviators
Former Deputy Prime Minister Tim Fischer tells the story of Australia's daring WWI pilots, their pioneering role in the Flying Doctor Service and much more.
The Issue: Religion in the Trenches
As the nation marks 100 years since Gallipoli, Sunday Nights explores the role of military chaplains, their stories, struggles and special bond with the troops.
The Issue: Ending Youth Homelessness
Wednesday was marked around Australia as "Youth Homelessness Matters Day".
The Interview: Paul Sparks
New ways of being "Parish"
Signpost: Rev Keith Garner
The CEO of Wesley Mission Rev. Dr Keith Garner joins Sunday Nights, remembering Dr Gordon Moyes
Vatican 2 reporter: Robert Blair Kaiser
American author and journalist Robert Blair Kaiser- famously the Time magazine correspondent in the Vatican, dead at 85.
The Ark: The Jesus tomb (Part 1)
Would the discovery of Jesus' family tomb change Christianity?
Signpost: Andrew West
Andrew West, host of RN's Religion and Ethics Report
Locked Out: Muslim Men in Australian Jails
Incarceration rates of young Muslim men are growing in Australia. ABC RN's David Rutledge spoke to Muslim community activist Ola Elhassan about the challenges of rehabilitation.
Signpost: Tom Roberts
The Editor-at-large of the US National Catholic Reporter joins John Cleary to discuss the week's news, including the prospect of a papal statement on the environment.
The Interview: Sarah Thompson
In these troubled times, what does it mean to be a Christian peacemaker?
The Issue: Religion and Gender Equality
A panel of prominent Australian women from Abrahamic faiths discuss attitudes to gender and equality in their respective religions.
The interview: Ruth Padilla deBorst
Ruth Padilla deBorst of the International Fellowship for Mission as Transformation
The Issue: Loneliness
We turn our attention to one of the issues that have the potential to corrode life at it's core: - Loneliness.
The Interview: Pelenise Elofa on Kiribati and climate...
National Coordinator for the Kiribati Climate Action Network, Pelenise Alofa, talks about her campaign to get climate change recognised as a human rights issue.
The Issue: Evangelical Christians and Social Work
Sunday Nights talks to participants in the annual Surrender conference about evangelical Christianity and social activism.
The Ark: DT Suzuki - Zen Pilgrim to the West
No one did more to promote Zen philosophy in the West than D.T. Suzuki. Among those influenced by him were Carl Jung, Joseph Campbell, John Cage and a host of writers and poets from the Beat Generation.
Signpost: Irris Makler
Journalist Irris Makler talks about her new project, documenting the extraordinary survival stories of Jewish women who lived through the Holocaust, and the significance of the food they cooked as a way to preserve their memories for their...
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