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Religious Traditions Videos

Jerusalem - the making of a holy city : wellspring of holiness (pt. 1)

Jerusalem - the making of a holy city : wellspring of holiness (pt. 1)
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Author and historian Simon Sebag Montefiore presents a fascinating three-part series on Jerusalem: the shrine of three faiths - Judaism, Christianity and Islam.

The lost gods : The Egyptians

The lost gods : The Egyptians
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These are the forgotten gods of the Ancient Egyptians, showing how the colossal remains of this monumental civilisation were inspired by a culture that was obsessed with divinity, death, the afterlife and reincarnation.

Heaven on earth : paganism (pt. 1)

Heaven on earth : paganism (pt. 1)
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Christy Kenneally visists the huge capstone dolmen of Pentre Ifan in Wales to examine the handiwork of the architects of 5000 years ago. Next he crosses the Irish Sea to explore the finest example of a Megalithic cathedral - Newgrange in County Meath. In Carnac, Brittrany, he wanders through 3000 standing stones, stretching four kilometres, which have stood on the shores of Carnac for over 6000 years. In the Altamira Caves in Northern Spain, Christy leaves the stone architecture of the pagans and explores their finest examples of rock art.

Compass : Speed dating Muslims

Compass : Speed dating Muslims
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Hana Assafiri is a woman on a mission. At a time when Islamophobia is on the rise she runs regular Speed Dating sessions where people come and ask Muslim women any questions they like about Islam.

Compass - Whatever happened to the Hare Krishnas?

Compass - Whatever happened to the Hare Krishnas?
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Compass revisits religious and social movements in Australia's recent past. The Hare Krishnas arrived in the West in the 1960s at the height of the youth revolution. So, who joined the Hares and why? And, where are they now?