Damien Thomlinson – War Hero and Aspiring Paralympian
The story of Damien Thomlinson, an Australian veteran of the war in Afghanistan, is one that continues to evolve and inspire people around the world. Here he shares candidly about joining the army, surviving a horrific accident, and embarking on a career as a Paralympian.
Size: 6.98mb |
Duration: 15:15 |
ANZAC Day – Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Post-traumatic stress disorder affects many of our returning Australian soldiers. Doug Brewer, program coordinator of the PTSD program at Perth’s Hollywood Clinic, explains the symptoms and treatments for PTSD, while former Sergeant Major Paul Chapman, shares his PTSD recovery journey after returning from Afghanistan.
Size: 8.43mb |
Duration: 18:25 |
Easter 2014 – Rev Dr Michael Jensen and Rev Dr Keith Garner
In this podcast, Rev Dr Michael Jensen answers the question “what’s so good about Good Friday?” We also speak with Rev Dr Keith Garner about Resurrection Sunday and the relevance of this miracle in contemporary Australian society.
Size: 7.95mb |
Duration: 17:22 |
David Robertson – Magnificent Obsession
Pastor and author David Robertson has come across several people who have told him, “I would believe in Jesus if there was evidence.” In his latest book, Magnificent Obsession, he lays out the evidence that not only is Jesus real, but he is great.
Size: 8.54mb |
Duration: 18:40 |
Jeremy Chapman – Organ Trafficking
Is it ever ok to buy an organ? What if the life of a loved one is hanging in the balance? Professor Jeremy Chapman OAM, answers this question and discusses the booming trade of illegal organ trafficking in Australia and abroad.
Size: 5.37mb |
Duration: 11:44 |
'Sandra' – On Mission in China
Sandra was a single, teen mother, when she first felt the call on her life to do mission work in China. She’s an adoptive mother of abandoned Chinese children with disabilities, and has dedicate her life to rescue child soldiers through the work of Project AK47.
Size: 11.21mb |
Duration: 24:30 |
Daniel Ferguson – Jerusalem
Daniel Ferguson’s epic IMAX documentary ‘Jerusalem’ is rewriting the way Christians, Muslims and Jews are seeing each other. This five-year labour of love will challenge your assumptions about the city that he says binds together the hopes of the world.
Size: 6.12mb |
Duration: 13:22 |
Leisa Aitken - Boundaries Masterclass
Do you know when to say no? Clinical Psychologist Leisa Aitken steps us through how to set boundaries in relationships, and explains the dangers of over-functioning.
Size: 7.22mb |
Duration: 15:46 |
Sally Collins – Stepmother Love
When Sally Collins fell in love with a man with two children, she went looking for advice and support for her new role as stepmother – but she couldn't find any! Sally decided to fill this information gap with Stepmother Love, a book that provides wisdom and inspiration to build positive and loving relationships between step-parents and step-children.
Size: 5.63mb |
Duration: 12:18 |
Aussie Farmers – The Impact of Drought
It’s no secret that times are tough for our farmers. In this podcast we explore the impact of the drought on farmers and their families with Vice President of the National Farmers Federation, Christine Rolfe, researcher from the University of New England, Alison Kennedy, and Aussie Helpers founder, Brian Egan.
Size: 11.90mb |
Duration: 25:59 |
Darren Rowse – Living the Good Life – Chasing Your Dreams
For the final instalment of our Living the Good Life conversation series, we speak with successful entrepreneur and professional blogger, Darren Rowse, about discovering and chasing your dreams.
Size: 5.76mb |
Duration: 12:35 |
Huy Nguyen – Disability Advocate and Polio Survivor
ACT’s Young Australian of the Year, Huy Nguyen, is a humanitarian engineer, entrepreneur, disability advocate and polio survivor. He talks about his passion to create a more inclusive society in his home city of Canberra, and abroad.
Size: 5.17mb |
Duration: 11:18 |