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Season 36
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Season 36, Episode 5 - Perspective Shift

4.5 6 x
Explores the life of three people living with disabilities, their back stories, and the barriers they have faced in their employment journeys, as well as issues of intersectionality - cultural and LGBTQI+ identity.
Season 35
29:00

Season 35, Episode 10 - One Of A Kind

3.3 7 x
Peter Macleod-Miller is the rector of St. Matthew's Anglican Church in Albury. He has now built a church community that welcomes everyone. Compass explores what makes this eccentric and fiercely opinionated minister tick.
Season 36

Season 36, Episode 12 - Sacred Space: Jack Beetson

3.0 8 x
Geraldine Doogue meets Ngemba man Prof Jack Beetson - one of the first Aboriginal Australians to complete a university degree in adult education. Jack has served as a vanguard for education initiatives throughout Australia.

Season 36, Episode 22 - Indira's Tree

4.0 19 x
When broadcaster Indira Naidoo's sister suicided, Indira sought solace in her daily walks. Through nature's cycle of renewal - and with the help of some key people, she found her own ways to keep living.
29:00

Season 36, Episode 2 - Safdar Ahmed Is Still Alive

4.7 9 x
A graphic novelist, death metal musician and Islamic Studies academic, Safdar's artistic work is driven by social advocacy and the Refugee Art Project. He uses art as a form of therapy to help himself and others.

Season 36, Episode 16 - Sacred Space: Maggie Dent

4.3 23 x
Author and parenting guru Maggie Dent introduces her sacred place, an ocean pool on the south coast of NSW.
29:00

Season 36, Episode 18 - The Accidental Archivist

3.3 56 x
Julie Peters is a legend in the trans community in Australia and was the first person to transition at the ABC. Over the years she's collected one of the most comprehensive trans archives in the country.

Season 36, Episode 6 - The Nun In The Cage

3.5 31 x
At 87 activist nun Sister Brigid Arthur works closely with refugees and is acting as litigation guardian for eight teenagers seeking to block a coal mine expansion. We unpack Sister Brigid's long activism and her motivation.
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Season 36, Episode 25 - Hands In The Air

4.8 128 x
Pentecostalism is one of the fastest growing religions in the world. What's the appeal and why are young people drawn to it? Compass visits the Life House Church in Murray Bridge, South Australia to find answers.

Season 36, Episode 24 - Rohingya Boy

3.0 23 x
Born in a refugee camp in Bangladesh, as a teen Kabir was inspired by the movie 'Rocky'. He risked everything to come to Australia and is now an internet sensation in the bodybuilding world and hero to his own people.
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