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.
The first Kibbutz was founded in Israel just over 100 years ago. A radical socialist experiment, it combined communal living and Zionist philosophy with the aim of “making the desert bloom”.
Compass sets off deep into the Australian desert to join a camel trek for Muslims.
Geraldine Doogue talks to Australian singer-songwriter Archie Roach about his journey of survival and transformation.
A new breed of fashion designers is turning heads on the Australian catwalk catering to Muslim women eager for cutting edge designs better suited to our lifestyle and climate.
Survival and success, the stories of Jewish families who lost everything in WW2 and rebuilt their lives from scratch here in Australia.
As demand for Foster Carers in Australia increases, Compass meets several foster families to learn about the challenges and rewards fostering can bring.
The Israeli army is both respected and feared as a fighting force.
Compass explores resilience through two remarkable stories of survival.
As Australia continues to grapple with boat arrivals, Compass looks at who is helping asylum seekers already here and why.
In this series Geraldine Doogue invites Muslims, Jews and Christians to dinner to explore what they believe and why?
Karen and Rita are ordinary women with extraordinary stories to tell.
Dust Echoes is a children's animated television and online series that brings to life four Indigenous Australian Dreamtime stories.
God in the Lodge examines the religious beliefs of Australia's Prime Ministers from Federation to now.
The rites and rituals performed in Australia today are determined by our culture, values and beliefs.
In this two-part special, Compass examines the Salvation Army in Australia, a trusted church-charity engulfed by allegations of sexual abuse in its former children's homes.
Geraldine Doogue goes on a personal quest to understand more about the Jewish roots of her Christian faith.
A massive influx of devout Lutheran refugees from Africa to a church in country Victoria has increased the congregation from 20 to 200 causing chaos, but also bringing much fun, friendship and love
For the first time, a series examines the work of dedicated Prison Chaplains who provide much needed pastoral and spiritual care to more than 30,000 men and women locked up in Australian prisons.