Meeting on the set of Channel 7’s flagship program ‘Sunday Night’, Melissa and Naima have penned an empowering guide for women ageing.
Indian philosopher, prolific author and social reformer Vishal Mangalwadi was interviewed by former Deputy PM John Anderson.
Actor, director, writer, and comedian Shane Jacobson, best known as the “Dunny Man”, is back as a judge on Australia’s Got Talent.
Eternity is a word that was seen for 35 years written on Sydney’s streets in chalk by a man named Arthur Stace.
John Anderson joins author and historian Tom Holland in his London home to discuss Christianity’s role in shaping Western civilisation.
The story of ‘Some Happy Day’ follows Tina, a homeless woman in search of a better life, who meets Frances, a social worker with troubles of her own.
“Nobody is entitled not to have their fundamental and cherished views challenged,” says Lord Jonathan Sumption, emeritus judge of the UK Supreme Court.
Brooke Ligertwood is combining 20 years of experience as an artist and producer with her passion for serving the church in her new LIVE worship album, SEVEN.