Compass - Life's Big Questions Series 2

An exciting new Compass series hosted by theologian Scott Stephens who talks to high profile Australians about what they think is the meaning of life.

 

VOLUME 1 Episode 1 - Matt Preston Not only has Matt Preston been at the forefront of one of Australia's biggest television juggernauts, this renowned food critic and writer is a father of three, has an honours degree in politics, was once a disc jockey and even did a stint as a punk musician. Scott asks Matt about his background and beliefs, the deeper meaning of food and those delectable but deadliest of sins: lust, envy, gluttony, greed and pride. Episode 2 - Julian Morrow In this episode of Life's Big Questions Scott invites comedian and television producer Julian Morrow to reflect on his beliefs, background and his work in television. Julian is the executive producer of The Chaser. Episode 3 - Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton Chamberlain-Creighton who was convicted of murdering her nine week old baby daughter Azaria in 1980. From the time she raised the alarm that a dingo had taken her baby, Lindy's life was irrevocably changed.

VOLUME 2 Episode 4 - Philip Nitschke Philip Nitschke is one of our most controversial Australians. Philip's stand on voluntary euthanasia has inextricably connected him to death, and he has a lot to say about the meaning of life too. Episode 5 - Clare Bowditch Along with her triumphs there have been tragedies: in her childhood the death of a sister, and more recently her father with Parkinson's. Through it all Clare has managed to turn out three children, four albums, and has toured with leading international performers. Clare talks about her religious upbringing, her beliefs and how these have inspired her creativity and life. Episode 6 - Rolf De Heer Rolf de Heer is the writer and director of Ten Canoes, Bad Boy Bubby and ten other Australian feature films. With over 20 major awards to his name, Rolf is one of our most prolific and respected film directors. Rolf discusses racism, incest, torment, murder, loyalty and love...because these are all themes his films have explored.

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Production Year: 
2011
Duration: 
6 x 28mins
Series Episode
Standard $330 $198
Schools $220 $165
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