Signpost: Luke Geary, Salvos Legal: Ashley Madison 208/29/15
Consequences of a dating website hacked, and a Salvos's Legal Project to crowd fund legal aid
Kieran Tapsell on Vatican Blocking Bishops, then: The...
1. Kieran Tapsell discusses new evidence in the Royal Commission: Vatican Blocks Australian Bishops 2. The maker of the film GAYBE BABY - a film about family life in same-sex couples joins us, together with NSW Member of Parliament Shayne Mallard MLC..
The Issue: Just War theory
With bombing Syria under discussion: What is a just war? Why involve ourselves? Why send our forces into harm's way?
Good Life: The Druze, Part 2
The second and final part of our look at this esoteric Islamic sect looks at their beliefs in reincarnation.
Signpost: Rev. Dr Keith Garner
Wesley Mission is marking two significant anniversaries this week. Two hundred years of Methodism in Australia and the 20th anniversary of a suicide prevention program.
The Interview: Animating the Prophet
Sunday Nights speaks to the Hollywood producer who's brought an animated version of Lebanese poet Khalil Gibran's much-loved work to the big screen.
The Issue: Science vs Religion
The rejection of Specialist Religious Instruction in Victorian classrooms this week is being hailed in some quarters as a victory for reason over faith. Sunday Nights asks whether science and religion really do have irreconcilable differences?
The Signpost: Kiri Hata
What is Australia's moral obligation to the Afghan interpreters who aided Australian troops during one of the longest wars in the past century? About 250 Afghans have been settled in Newcastle in NSW. They have permanent residency but not citizenship....
The Goodlife: The Druze, Part 1
If you have never been able to make sense of Middle-Eastern politics, welcome to the club. But the excellent news is that one part of the Middle East puzzle will likely become clearer in this, the first of two episodes on the Druze Goodlife.
The Interview: Afghan Translators, Omari and Assadullah
More than 500 Afghan interpreters and their families were evacuated from Afghanistan after working with Australian troops during the war, and coming under threat from the Taliban. They have residency in Australia, but not citizenship, and so can...
The Issue: Indigenous identity and race relations
The issue of race relation in the country has been kicked off most recently over the Adam Goodes saga. It also happens to be 40 years to the day since Gough Whitlam poured the sand into Vincent Lingari's hand at Wave Hill, and 3,000 square kilometres...
Radiotonic: Living by the Book
Samuel Katz grew up a few miles from Manhattan, but there was a vast gulf between his Orthodox Jewish enclave and the secular world that surrounded it.
Signpost: Richard Leonard
Our regular film reviewer Richard Leonard has written a book. In "What are we doing on earth for Christ's Sake?" Leonard invites Christians to revisit their faith in the face of contemporary challenges.
The Interview: Marjan Minnesma
A citizen-led campaign in the Netherlands has won a legal bid to make the Dutch Government take tougher action against climate change. The campaign leader is teaching Australian climate activists how they can win too.
The Issue: Rights for Same-Sex Partners
With the Australian Parliament set to consider legalisation of same-sex marriage, Sunday Nights revisits some of the history of the debate and discusses the legal implications for same-sex couples.
The Interview: Les Murray
Les Murray is one of our great Australian poets, and has been rated by the National Trust of Australia as one of Australia's 100 Living Treasures. He's ferociously bright, a forensic observer of human behaviour, and he's led an eventful life. People...
The Ark: John Milton - Puritan, Polymath and Poet
Four hundred years ago, John Milton was born in Cheapside in London and became one of the greatest poets in post-Shakespearean England.
The Issue: Religion in state schools
Special religious education has been under fire recently, particularly in NSW. There has been a public outcry over Anglican textbooks that are said to be promoting 'dangerous' messages, like the doctrine of male headship and female submission,...
Radiotonic Special: Transcenmentalism
This guided economic mediation will harness your conscious experience, allowing you to finally become one with the most supreme being of our times.
Interview: Martin Chulov
Middle East correspondent Martin Chulov joins us to discuss IS, the war in Syria, and the dissolving borders of the Middle East.
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