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The Hunt for the Tiger (Thylacine)

In 1986, the Thylacine, commonly known as the “Tasmanian Tiger”, was officially declared extinct by the Tasmanian State Government in Australia. Despite this, over 3000 sightings have taken place since the last tiger supposedly died in 1936, luring countless adventure seekers, trackers and amateur hikers into the Tasmanian wilderness for a chance at fame and fortune. But the real tragedy is how Thylacine even became extinct in the first place.

Blessed Are The Poor In Spirit – Eleanor Roosevelt

This program is part of a series on the Beatitudes presented by Jesus in Matthew 5. In this episode, we will look at what Jesus meant when He taught, “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of God.” The life of Eleanor Roosevelt, First Lady of the United States of America, is a wonderful example of a life of service. “Poverty of spirit” is the first and foundation of all of the Beatitudes. When we live humbly before God, our lives will be filled with compassion and empathy for others.

What is Stress? – The Huge Nutritional Cost of Chronic Stress

Stress! It’s something we all experience. It can come from conflict in our relationships, family and friends, health, finances, schools, or workplaces. It’s all around us, and we all want to know the best way to deal with it. Join me in our ‘What is Stress?’ program to discover how our brain responds to stress and some great tips on reducing our stress levels.

The Patriot – Thomas Meagher

Thomas Meagher was an Irish Nationalist who participated in the infamous Young Irelander Rebellion in 1848. The rebellion was a desperate attempt to gain independence from the British Crown and to set up an Irish republic. For his role in the rebellion Meagher was tried and sentenced to penal transportation to Van Diemen’s Land, (Tasmania) in Australia. Though faced with an obvious set back Meagher didn’t allow himself to be beaten. He managed to escape Tasmania and make his way to New York, where through sheer force of will and determination he educated himself and began a career as a lecturer and writer.

Franz Hasel – The Soldier Who Defied Hitler

In 1939, Franz Hasel, a 40-year-old pacifist, received a draft summons, leading him to serve as a Private in the Pioneer Company 699 of the German army. Despite donning the uniform, he opposed the Nazi regime and risked his life to warn villagers of impending danger from SS death squads. In a daring move, he even informed his sergeant that Hitler wouldn’t win the war during the advance into Russia. These actions amounted to treason, punishable by death, yet Hasel survived. His story unfolds as a testament to his defiance against societal norms and his belief in a higher law amidst the chaos of war.

Opals: Fire in the Desert

This program tells the story of Opal mining in the outback town of Coober Pedy and one man, “Iron Man” Jim Shaw who in 1920 pushed a loaded wheelbarrow across the desert in the height of summer from Tarcoola to the opal fields and became a legend of the outback.

The Surprising Secrets Of Highly Happy Marriages

No image more perfectly pictures happiness than a couple in love walking down the aisle on their wedding day. Everyone walks down the aisle dreaming of living happily ever after with the love of their life. But, for many married couples, falling in love, walking down the aisle and saying, “I do,” was the easy part. Living happily ever after is the real challenge and takes a lot of work. But here’s the deal. ‘Happily ever after’ isn’t just for fairy tales. It can be achieved and experienced in real life. This program looks at the secrets of highly successful marriages, and what’s surprising is that the little things make a big difference.

Chernobyl – Lethal Legacy

The nuclear explosion at Chernobyl on the 26th April, 1986, was the worst man-made disaster in history. 50 tonnes of radiation were released into the atmosphere. It contaminated millions of acres of forests and farmlands causing death and destruction. The disaster provides insights into the devastating effects of sin. It also provides insights into sin’s cure and reminds us that one day soon, God is going to set things right and create a new paradise home for us.

Tom Richards: A True Champion

Like most small towns and villages around Australia, Emmaville has its war memorial, complete with the names of those who volunteered from this area. But the name of Emmaville’s most remarkable son is not here, for by the time he enlisted, he had long moved away — Tom Richards

The Cattle Empire

“The Outback” is a colloquial name for the vast desert region that comprises most of Australia’s interior. It describes the emptiness, remoteness, and the huge distances of inland Australia.

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