Friday 24 Jun 2022 · Culture · Hope Book Club
To celebrate Hope Book Club's 40th episode, our hosts have jumped straight into intriguing killer reads by Australian authors.
Wednesday 1 Jun 2022 · Entertainment · Hope Book Club
We're sharing love stories in this episode and celebrating love in all its forms.
Wednesday 13 Apr 2022 · Entertainment · Hope Book Club
Try one of these new Australian fiction novels filled with action, intrigue and understanding different perspectives.
Thursday 17 Feb 2022 · Health and Wellbeing · Hope Book Club
We want to kick off 2022's Book Club year right – by learning to live happier, healthier and unhurried lives through these inspiring books.
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Thursday 27 Jan 2022 · Education · Hope Mornings
After two years of uncertainty and disruption, Commissioner Hollonds said it is time to put the needs and mental wellbeing of children first.
Thursday 23 Dec 2021 · Podcasts · Hope Book Club
Find your next summer read. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Murder Mystery from the team at Hope Book Club!
Wednesday 22 Dec 2021 · Faith · Hope Mornings
“This is very significant for many families, particularly many children who have lost multiple friends," – Devonport local Hannah Alexander.
Tuesday 21 Dec 2021 · Christmas · Hope Mornings
For those who have lost someone, Australian Centre for Grief and Bereavement CEO said it's important to find ways to express your grief.
Wednesday 15 Dec 2021 · Christmas · Hope Mornings
The Barnes family love Christmas, and music is a big part of that. The family comes together to sing and jam, and enjoy time together.
Wednesday 17 Nov 2021 · Podcasts · Hope Book Club
Natasha Moore, from the Centre for Public Christianity, The Little Lost Bookshop's Karl Grice and Hope Mornings Katrina Roe share their thought-provoking picks.
Thursday 11 Nov 2021 · Podcasts · Hope Book Club
In this bonus episode of the Hope Book Club, Katrina Roe speaks to author Kathleen Basi about her novel, her faith and her love of music.
Wednesday 3 Nov 2021 · Culture · Hope Mornings
The research also found Australians are valuing local community more than they did before the pandemic, and they see church as a key element.