On this week's show, we were very lucky to catch up with Daniel Byron and Sean Goddard-Chase. 

Byron is a young university student and musician. He is passionate about art, culture, equality and the environment. Byron is a Buddhist, with a bond towards the Tibetan tradition. Tonight Byron shares the basics of his faith with us. 

Joining us in the studio this week is Sean Goddard-Chase, who is a religious scholar. Having studied many religions and faith traditions, Sean helps us understand some of the historical context in tonight's program. 

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To find out more about Daniel, and some of his passions, visit Daniel's blog, or the interaction website
 
 
This week, Andrew and Joy caught up with Lyn Collie, producer of the film, "There once was an island". The film is to be screened this Friday at ACMI cinemas as part of the human rights arts and film festival. More information about the festival is available at their website
For further information about the film, visit their website
To listen to the show, click here
 
 
Listen in to our discussion about the seven deadly sins through the podcast. Click here
 
 
On tomorrow night's show we are talking about the seven deadly sins, and what our modern take might be on the list which was famously touted during medieval times. We'd love to hear your thoughts about how the list of no-no's might be interpreted today. 
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You might have noticed that we haven't been uploading the podcasts lately. I've finally had the chance to catch up with the podcasts from the last few weeks. You can listen by following the links below: 

We catch up with Noel from SDA Kindship Australia.


We caught up with Nick from Jehovah's Witness Support, providing a safe place for GLBTI Jehovah's Witnesses.


The first instalment of our sin special.