Amy Grant- Record breaker music maker
Six Grammy Awards, twenty-five Dove Awards and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Queen of Christian pop Amy Grant shares the wisdom of her years and talks new music. She also reveals a surprising revelation and speaks of her love for the gay community.
David Williamson- Happiness of top Australian playwright
Australia’s favourite and most prolific playwright David Williamson shares his personal story of turmoil and talks about what really makes a person happy. David says happiness doesn't come from the endless collection of material. He also exclusively reveals a life defining moment after discovering he suffered a stroke.
Johnnie Moore- Dirty God
The grace of God wasn't sweet and pretty. God got dirty from head to toe so the world’s souls might be made clean. Johnnie Moore talks about his book Dirty God: Jesus in the Trenches. He says God saved the physically, spiritually and personally messy people.
Julie Goodwin- Aussie ambassadors, part 1
A new series about Aussie ambassadors to champion the great work of Australian charities and movements. Original Masterchef winner Julie Goodwin talks about her years of involvement with the St Vincent De Paul Society and the 40K Foundation. She explains why these charities are close to her heart.
Toby Hall- New program to tackle homelessness
Homelessness is a costly issue for Australia with 105,000 living people on the streets on any given night. CEO of Mission Australia Toby Hall talks about their pilot program to reduce the cost of each homeless person from $900,000 to $3,600. He says it not only produced amazing results for homeless people, but also the cost to the public.
Philip Daffern- Support for prisoners
The prison lifestyle is a cycle with 43% of prisoners returning within two years. The Prisoner and Aftercare Support Services program takes a new approach to break the cycle. CEO Philip Daffern says it gives people another chance and is making a big difference.
Lyn Worsley- Self development, part 3
Human condition guru Lyn Worsley continues her series on self development. This week she talks about the best methods of coping with eating disorders.
Mark Hadley- Celebrity Apprentice
TV critic Mark Hadley talks about the current ratings war between the top Australian networks. He also reviews Celebrity Apprentice and says the new cast is full of attitude.
Thomas Whalan- The Becks effect
Sport stories continue to dominate Australian headlines. Resident sports guru Thomas Whalan talks about the big stories of the week including David Beckham’s retirement from soccer, the IPL’s match fixing sandal and Benji Marshall’s fall from grace to the Tiger’s bench.
Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton- Mother of forgiveness
We celebrate Mother's Day with one of Australia's most famous mothers. Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton opens up about the tragedy and trauma she faced following the death of her daughter Azaria. She speaks of true forgiveness and shares personal details of how she reached a point of forgiveness.
Cheri Fuller- What a son needs from his mother
Tips on how the mother-son relationship can survive and thrive. Author Cher Fuller offers her wisdom and experience as a mother. She talks about the challenges of growing up and shares specific advice so boys grow up to be healthy, caring and confident young men.
Bettina Arndt- Delaying marriage
Australian men and women are waiting longer to commit, with thirty the new average marrying age. Psychologist and social commentator Bettina Arndt says this is having a big social impact. She offers a unique insight into the trend and talks about the winners and losers of it.