ISSUE 10: AUTUMN 2018
How a nation is trying to heal the wounds of its colonial past and reconcile with its indigenous people
A visit to a new memorial which aims to heal a dark period of American history
Michael Sells and Simone Fattal talk about a new translation of Ibn ‘Arabi’s famous cycle of love poems, ‘Translation of Desires’.
ISSUE 9: SUMMER 2018
An interview with Heidi Herrmann about the work of The Natural Beekeeping Trust in preserving our precious population of bees
Khojeste Mistree talks about one of the world’s oldest surviving religions and what we can learn from it in the present day.
ISSUE 8: WINTER / SPRING 2018
Political strategist David Bollier explains how a new economic/cultural paradigm is challenging the increasing ‘enclosure’ of wealth and human creativity.
The inclusive vision of Glenn Murcutt’s Australian Islamic Centre
ISSUE 7: AUTUMN / WINTER 2017
Kate Raworth’s new book asks: how we can reconcile the needs of humanity with the needs of the planet?
John Lloyd talks about the philosophy behind the QI project
Andrew Singer talks about the vision behind the literary journal Trafika Europe
ISSUE 6: SUMMER 2017
A journey with Alastair McIntosh – poet, theologian, environmental activist, prophet of a new Scotland and a new world, and interfaith traveller.
ISSUE 5: SPRING 2017
How India’s ancient system of healing recognises the unity of the body and the mind
ISSUE 4: JANUARY – FEBRUARY 2017
Richard Gault argues that technology has radically altered our relationship to time
Professor George Pattison talks about the revival of a unitive approach
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ISSUE 2: SEPTEMBER – OCTOBER 2016
ISSUE 1: JULY – AUGUST 2016