December, 2015

'If I Tell You my Passion'
Maryanne Campbell is a Canberra based psychotherapist and stand-up comedian. She is an admirer and personal friend of Dorothy Rowe, world-renowned for her work on depression: “Depression is a prison where you are both the suffering prisoner and cruel jailor”. Maryanne has the largest collection of Madonna memorabilia in Australia.


August, 2015

'Business Not As Usual'
When the February 2011 earthquake hit central Christchurch, Sam Krofskey’s café, his home, and his car were destroyed, and his wife was about to have their first baby…
A segment from ‘Christchurch: Resilient City’ 2013. Funded by CUSP Institute, Curtin University.


February, 2011

'Home is Where the Heart Is'
Self-described ringmaster and vagabond, David Engwicht travels the world helping cities become more like home.


September, 2010

'Body is Wise'
Trish Watts demonstrates what it means to bring your full presence into the moment.


May, 2010

'Where All is Given and Nothing Held Back'
Bishop Kay, Australia's first Anglican woman bishop, talks random concrete.


November, 2009

'To Find Communion'
Martin Mhando, internationally acclaimed feature-film writer and director, experiences his spirituality through his relationship with others.


September, 2009

'A Different Way of Thinking'
Brad Pettitt, Associate Professor of Sustainability at Murdoch University, Western Australia, recently elected Mayor of Fremantle, intends to make his city a beacon of sustainability to the rest of the world.


August, 2009

'Giving Back the Power'
Martin Mhando, award winning feature film writer/director and academic, returns to Africa where he puts his heart and soul into his participatory video filmmaking.


June, 2009

'To Be Fully Realised'
Patsy Hallen, ecophilosopher, articulates the values embedded in the natural world.


April, 2009

'A Little Bit Like Playing God'
Robert Lambeck, landscape ecologist and national director corporate development for Greening Australia, helps recreate complex habitats through the Gondwana Link project.


January, 2009

'Through Eyes of Grace'
Monique Lisbon, musician and author, uses the creative power of singing in her healing from child abuse.


December, 2008

'No Place Like Home'
Julie Matheson, financial planner, returns to Port Hedland and makes a case for affordable housing as it was for her father in the 60's.


September, 2008

'Never Too Late'
Pat Hamilton is a psychologist who uses music in her work with survivors of child abuse and believes it is never too late to have a happy childhood.


June, 2008

'The Beauty of Story'
Sandra Krempl, CEO of Men of the Trees and daughter of a Dayak mother, explores the indigenous within.


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