Wednesday 20 May 2020 · Culture · Hope Book Club
Hope Book Club presents a popular crime fiction episode - featuring 'My Sister, the Serial Killer', 'The Scholar' - and we share our lockdown reading list!
Monday 18 May 2020 · Station News
This year's CONNECT20 is 'Renaissance A New Decade, A New Dawn' and will be a fully online immersive experience so you can take part from wherever you are around Australia. There are free events for Hope 103.2 listners!
Friday 15 May 2020 · Music News · Hope Nights
It would take years for a little hook in Levi McGrath's head, with the words 'you are in control', to become a song. As it turns out, the timing was perfect.
Thursday 14 May 2020 · Movie Reviews
In 'Same Kind of Different as Me', a wealthy art dealer befriends a homeless man, and learns the difference between philanthropy, and true compassion.
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Friday 8 May 2020 · Music News · Hope Afternoons
As an ambassador for the infant loss support group Bears of Hope, Chris Sebastian has released a song that's bringing comfort and healing to many.
The Paul Baloche writes have been sung by millions in mass worship gatherings... but he says there's power in the simplicity of our isolation-worship, too.
Thursday 7 May 2020 · Guests and Artists · Hope Afternoons
Sudanese-Australian Andrew Luri had never acted before starring with Hugo Weaving in 'Hearts and Bones' - but he shines in the poignant Australian drama.
Tuesday 5 May 2020 · Movie Reviews · Hope Afternoons
Mother’s Day may be different this year, but you can always take a moment to indulge in a good movie. Here’s a 'Top 5' for mums of many tastes.
Tuesday 5 May 2020 · Culture
If you have a favourite attraction, see if they offer a virtual tour. Otherwise, for virtual world touring inspiration, here are five recommendations.
Friday 1 May 2020 · Movie Reviews · Hope Afternoons
In Finding Grace, screenwriter and actor Warren Fast makes his directorial debut with a coming-of-age story that aims to build us up.
Tuesday 28 Apr 2020 · Culture
Why do there have to be pathogens that wreak havoc? The key question for theists is this: could God not have made a world without viral pathogens?
John Lennox's new book Where is God in a Coronavirus World looks at how the pandemic confronts us all with the problem of pain and suffering.