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Martin Place Memorial 

Sydneysiders stream into Martin Place to pay their respects at the extraordinary makeshift memorial to the victims of Sydney’s hostage crisis.

Discrimination Series 

In this Open House series, we explore ways people confront and overcome discrimination.

Mental Health Masterclasses

Clinical psychologist Leisa Aitken tackles topics from relationships to worry, and equips us with the tools we need to strengthen our minds and build resilience. 

Nick Vujicic

Love Without Limits

Even though he was born without arms and legs, Nick Vujicic lives an incredible life without limits. But after experiencing disappointment and heartbreak he worried that he would never find a woman to love. In this podcast, Nick talks about meeting his wife, Kanae, and how true love really conquers all.

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Wendy Simpson

Women In Leadership

Wendy Simpson’s career path can only be described as “epic”. From running a school for juvenile delinquents to being a part of the team that brought the internet to China, Wendy has achieved phenomenal success. In this podcast, she shares stories and insights about business and leadership.

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Munjed Al Muderis

Walking Free

What do you do when you’re faced with an impossible decision? For Dr Munjed Al Muderis, his only option was to flee. In this podcast, Munjed shares his incredible journey from Iraq to Australia, his experiences as an asylum seeker, and how he became a world-renowned surgeon.

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Leisa Aitken

Positive Psychology

Positive psychology is a relatively new branch of study that explores the strengths and virtues that enable individuals and communities to flourish. In this podcast, clinical psychologist Leisa Aitken highlights the benefits of positive psychology and how we can cultivate gratitude and hope in our lives.

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Brian Grim

Religious Freedom

Dr Brian Grim is the President of the Religious Freedom and Business Foundation and a leading expert on the socio-economic impact of restrictions on religious freedom. He says, “Where religious freedom exists, it promotes peace.”

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Dame Stephanie Shirley

From Child Refugee to Computing Pioneer

She was a child refugee escaping Nazi Germany on the Kindertransport who became one of Britain’s foremost computing pioneers. In this podcast, Dame Stephanie “Steve” Shirley shares tales from her memoir, Let It Go, about her journey to becoming a leading tech entrepreneur, philanthropist and autism advocate.

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Holly Ordway

Not God’s Type

English professor Holly Ordway was an atheist who mocked Christianity and considered it a “cultural curiosity”. But her life took a unique turn and, in this podcast, Holly shares about how she became an academic convinced of the truth of Christianity on rational grounds.

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Bob Fu

God’s Double Agent

Tens of millions of Christians in China today are leading double lives to hide from a government that persecutes them. Bob Fu was one of those Christians. In this podcast, he shares his incredible story of discovering faith, enduring persecution, finding hope and establishing China Aid to support the persecuted church.

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Margie Warrell

Living Courageously

She was born on a dairy farm in regional Australia, but she never intended to stay there. Throughout her life, Margie Warrell has pushed the boundaries, stepped out of her comfort zone and taken the risk. In this podcast, she encourages you to join her – to live boldly and dare bravely.

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Dr Jim Withers

Street Doctor

He grew up making house calls with his father, a physician, and mother, a nurse. Now, Dr Jim Withers – the “street doctor” – makes house calls to people without homes through Operation Safety Net. In this podcast, he shares his heart to serve the most vulnerable in the community and his vision for healthcare.

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