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Compass Season 37 Episodes

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Season 37 Episode Guide

Episode 1 - Series 37 Compass Cabaret

Indira Naidoo and comedian Suraj Kolarkar combine fun with faith in a lively, cheeky special bringing together multi-faith comedians, musical performances from Courtney Act and Jude Perl, and a studio audience. (Season Final)

  

Episode 2 - Series 37 Awe Hunters with Julia Baird

Julia Baird faces down the darkness of her cancer diagnosis and joins fellow seekers of wonder. She discovers that awe has shaped our civilisations, driven people to change their lives and ultimately make them happier.

  

Episode 3 - Series 37 Uniting the Tongan Way

The Uniting Church faces change with the appointment of a new moderator, Reverend Mata Hiliau, the first Tongan woman in this role. But what obstacles does the Rev Mata face from within her own community and the wider church?

  

Episode 4 - Series 37 Angels, Demons and Money

Is money the root of all evil? Indira Naidoo is joined by a panel for a thought-provoking discussion on why money has such a hold on us. Can you have too much money? Does money make you happy? How much should you give away?

  

Episode 5 - Series 37 Hidden Children

Brendan Watkins is the son of a priest and nun. It took him 30 years to find out, but he's not the only one. Brendan meets other hidden children and their mothers, who've suffered from the Church's silence and denial.

  

Episode 6 - Series 37 Chloe and the Happily Ever After

Chloe Hayden was diagnosed as autistic at the age of 13 and was selective mute for many years. With a passion for Disney princesses, Chloe found her voice online as a 'princess' and now stars as Quinni in Heartbreak High.

  

Episode 7 - Series 37 Music Central

From primary school students to young people seeking belonging and talented musicians, music is a vehicle for self-discovery. Music has the power to improve mental health and build strong communities.

  

Episode 8 - Series 37 Psychedelics - Healing The Spirit?

Using psychedelics to treat depression and trauma is now legal in Australia. But it's not without risk. While some report life-changing benefits, others do not, and many scientists fear the move is premature.

  

Episode 9 - Series 37 Jewish Singles in the Snow

Jewish singles travel to the Victorian Alps in hope of finding a love that will enable the continuation of their faith and culture. Filmmaker Josh Ben-Moshe discusses the struggles involved in holding onto Jewish identity.

  

Episode 10 - Series 37 Changing Tides

Surfer, artist and Dharug man Billy Bain invites us on an immersive road trip along our majestic coastline which provides an extraordinary glimpse into our colonial past and frontier injustices.

  

Episode 11 - Series 37 Sacred Space - The Franciscan of Parramatta

Vincent Long is Australia's first Vietnamese Catholic bishop. A survivor of clerical sex abuse, he is committed to supporting other survivors, refugees and LGBTQI people.

  

Episode 12 - Series 37 Come Together

Narelda Jacobs is a Whadjuk Noongar woman and TV presenter. With Australia on the cusp of a referendum, Narelda goes on a journey to learn when our nation has come together for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

  

Episode 13 - Series 37 Julia Gillard

Former PM Julia Gillard in conversation with Compass host Indira Naidoo at the Sydney Town Hall. In partnership with the Sydney Writers Festival.

  

Episode 14 - Series 37 Dancing on the Inside

A group of professional dancers work with incarcerated youth, resulting in an extraordinary dance work ultimately performed at the Sydney Dance Company. A story of the healing power of dance.

  

Episode 15 - Series 37 The Gangster Pastor

Tony Hoang was once a teenage heroin dealer and gangster in Cabramatta. But after several stints in jail, he cried out to God and found a new, controversial brotherhood with very different rules.

  

Episode 16 - Series 37 Death and the Poet

When beloved Australian poet Robert Adamson was diagnosed with terminal cancer, Compass was invited into his home to share his final weeks of creating a "good death" with family and lifelong friends.

  

Episode 17 - Series 37 Lottery of Life

The decision to donate organs from a loved one presents families with one of life's most difficult moments. Compass meets the recipients, donor families, nurses and doctors as they confront these complex questions.

  

Episode 18 - Series 37 Searching For Patsy

Journalist Jason Om and his Muslim half-sister set out to understand the late mother they never really knew. They uncover harsh truths and break silences about their beloved mother, the complex and charming Patsy.

  

Episode 19 - Series 37 The Sweatshoppers

Michael Mohammed Ahmad is one of Australia's most exciting emerging writers. Founder of the Sweatshop writers' collective in Western Sydney, he's proof that when it comes to transforming society, the pen is mightier than the sword.

  

Episode 20 - Series 37 Sacred Space - Julie McCrossin

Activist and comedian Julie McCrossin takes Geraldine Doogue through her life journey. She talks coming out in the '70s, surviving cancer, and finding strength in her friend Sophie and her parents' holocaust survival story.

  

Episode 21 - Series 37 Peacock Mormons

Jeremy Fernandez joins former Mormon missionary Brad Harker and other members of the flamboyant Peacock Mormons as they prepare to march in the World Pride Mardi Gras parade.

  

Episode 22 - Series 37 It Can Happen to Anyone

Introducing new Compass host, Indira Naidoo. The story of former socialite and high-flyer Glen-Marie Frost who suddenly became homeless in her sixties, joining the swelling ranks of women over fifty with nowhere to live.

  



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