10:00pm – Sunday, November 20 on ABC1
What makes a good life? Why are we here? Is there a God? Whether you believe or not, many of us search for answers…
Theologian Scott Stephens returns to Compass with a host of new guests to continue the search for meaning in a new series of the highly acclaimed Life’s Big Questions, Sunday nights on ABC1.
“The experience of the first series, and the unprecedented willingness of our guests to talk about big issues, deep questions, hard emotions, and what ‘God’ means for them, emboldened us even further in this series both to go deeper and to raise the bar on how religion and ethics are discussed in public in Australia,” says Scott.
Featured in this series are Peter Cundall, Cheryl Kernot, Lincoln Hall, Warwick Thornton and Margaret Fulton.
Scott asks them about their lives and beliefs, as well as the experiences, emotions and insights that have shaped and changed them.
Scott’s final guest in this series is Australia’s best known and loved food writer, Margaret Fulton. In the 1960s and 1970s Margaret was food editor of Woman’s Day, but it was The Margaret Fulton Cookbook that made her a household name. Since then she’s published 20 books, sold more than four million copies and is listed as an Australian ‘Living Treasure’. Margaret talks to Scott about life’s secret ingredients…