RN Breakfast - Separate stories podcast: Episodes

The ABC's John Cleary previews his interview with Director of the Yale Centre for Faith And Culture and leading theologian Miroslav Volf.
At the base of the MacDonnell Ranges in Alice Springs stands a Lutheran Church, where services are conducted in both the local Arrernte language and English.
Father Michael Lapsley is an Anglican priest and former African National Congress chaplain, who survived an assassination attempt by the apartheid regime but lost both hands and an eye in the bombing.
Economics editor for the Sydney Morning Herald, and economic columnist for The Age, Ross Gittins, discusses growing up in a Salvation Army family, and how his father’s life shaped his own morals.
The ABC's Geraldine Doogue discusses her pilgrimage to Jerusalem, live from the Via Dolorosa.
The ABC's Noel Debien previews his Encounter special on the canonisations of John Paul II and John XXIII.
Irris Makler reports on efforts to repair and digitise manuscripts in the historically significant Al-Aqsa Mosque Library in East Jerusalem.
The ABC's Scott Stephens previews Good Friday articles on the Religion and Ethics online page.
Journalist and author Oliver Bullough tells the story of Russia’s decline, through the life of Orthodox priest Father Dmitry Dudko.
What could bring together a 14th century Italian illuminated manuscript of Gregorian chant known as the Rimini Antiphonal, an English collector of antiquarian Bibles, a convalescent hospital for Australian veterans of Gallipoli, an Anglican military chaplain and the State Library of NSW?
Gathering together a handful of Rwandans who had been devastated by the genocidal war that left up to million dead in 1994, Australian John Steward mentored a group that would have immensely positive effects on their fellow citizens.
The Galapagos Islands are a province of Ecuador, home to a vast number of species that led Charles Darwin to develop his theory of evolution by natural selection.
RN film critic Jason Di Rosso joins Fran Kelly to discuss a new vampire film starring Tilda Swinton, and a movie starring Ralph Fiennes about Charles Dickens and his mistress.
A fundamental principle of Australia's legal system is that justice should not just be done, but be seen to be done.
The Victorian city of Bendigo is gearing up for its annual Easter Festival.
New South Wales Liberal MP Brad Hazzard joins RN Breakfast to discuss his party's future following the resignation of Barry O'Farrell.
There is an increasing clamour within the ALP to reduce the control of union-aligned factions over party pre-selections.
The Newman Government believes it could be another week before it can put a figure on the cost to agriculture from Cyclone Ita.
The sudden and unexpected downfall of NSW Premier Barry O'Farrell could prove to be a catalyst for sweeping changes relating to political lobbying.
The Ten Network's Paul Bongiorno joins RN Breakfast from our Parliament House studio to discuss the latest developments in politics.
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