The world of the sex worker inspires natural curiosity. Sexual healer EJ Love has recently "come out" as a sex worker and sees great transformative benefits in her chosen career. With a book on the way, she's very generously shared her stories and attitudes with us on this unmissable Rare Air.Read More
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She may be 21 but she's got a lifetime's wisdom in her head. Coming from a drug dealing family didn't set Jessica Black on the path you might expect. Even as a little kid, her grit and determination strengthened with every set back, her vision unconquerable. This is the beginning of a story, but it will fire the imagination in ways you might not expect.Read More
In this increasingly secular Western world, where the cult of "moi" reigns supreme, the concept of religious vocation can be perplexing. But then you meet a guy like Father Chris Bedding, who inhabits the religious and secular parts of his life with such ease, that it seems the most normal thing in the world. Chris's combined occupations of the Anglican priesthood and comedic acting have great synergies, but in reality Father Chris Bedding works hard to keep them separate, balancing his role as a parish priest with his other love, the Pirate Church.Read More
Composer Cat Hope has been described as “a superstar of Australian new music” best known for her graphic scores and new score-reading technologies.
It’s fascinating to wonder how the daughter of a military family with no especial leaning towards the arts has ended up being an internationally recognised authority on experimental music.Read More
Members of the Sikh religion began coming to Australia from the earliest days of foreign arrivals, though due to persecution in India, the population has expanded quite rapidly in the last decade.
With its most visible article of faith, the turban, inviting prejudicial behaviour from the community, we asked Australian Sikh Harjit Singh to tell us a few things about what Sikhs believe. Struggling with identity over the years, Harjit set up Turbans and Trust with some mates, a simple idea making a big difference.Read More