This program charts the adventures of an octogenarian motor bike rider who's suddenly become the centre of a social networking phenomenon.
Anglicans are struggling with the future of their church. Conservatives are angry about plans to bless same-sex relationships and the consecration of an openly gay bishop in the USA.
Three unique choirs all with one aim: to bring Christmas to those who aren’t really looking for it.
Nearly 400 years after being tried by the Roman Catholic Inquisition, Galileo again faces charges of heresy.
Compass explores the modern day appeal of religious life by following the personal journeys of three Australians who take up a vocation later in life.
The story of Ted Noffs, a maverick Methodist minister, whose groundbreaking work with the young and destitute in 1960s Australia lives on through his son and grandsons.
On a mid-winter’s morning in May 2005 a violent storm ripped through Bunbury. It damaged the city’s beloved cathedral so badly it had to be demolished.
Compass goes to Ernabella, a remote aboriginal community south-west of Alice Springs, as it prepares for Easter in its newly renovated church.
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.
This 3-part Compass series looks at ageing, focussing on the elderly at work, in the home and with family.
This three-part special series takes a look at the role sex plays in society today.
Sex, Faith and Marriage
Compass follows the fortunes of three young men diagnosed with a mental illness who are given a new chance in life by getting a roof over their heads.
While Australia spends millions of dollars to stop the flow of asylum seeker boats, its efforts are constantly undermined by criminals and corrupt military and government officials.
Many Australians have traditionally engaged in an orgy of spending in the lead-up to Christmas, lavishing huge amounts on gifts for family and friends. But for some, it's gone too far.
Should ethics be offered to school students as an alternative to religious instruction or scripture classes? When public schools offer scripture classes students who opt out may sit idle.
The idea of choosing your baby's hair and eye colour, IQ, height, weight and talents fills most of us with a sense of horror, evoking memories of Nazi breeding programmes from the 1930s.
**WINNER** Best Documentary History, Social and Political Issues - 2011 ATOM Awards
Tradition and current events provide startling and creative mixes in the work of four Aboriginal artists: Oodgeroo Noonuccal (Poet and Playright), Archie Weller (Author), Trevor Nickolls and Manduk
Year 9 students at Geelong Grammar School's Timbertop campus in the Victorian Alps undergo the first year of a world-first experiment in education.