An Islamic scholar and a former prostitute examine with John and Father Bob the topic of Islamic temporary marriages. Tawfik Hamid converses with the hosts about his book about Jihad and why he's in hiding.
Buddhist and Multiple Sclerosis sufferer Joycelyn Hughes discusses karma. Tuba Boz explains cosmetics and it's role in Islam. The hosts play matchmaker to a young Druze fellow, named Ziggy Darwish.
John celebrates the Socceroos win. Solreta Antaria, an Indigo Child speaks in "Star Language". Stephen Mayne explains the tax free perks of faith. Finally Cate Daniels, worker of Salvo's LTD., looks for her match.
After years of asking John to euthanase him - should the need arise - John�s father Alex meets euthanasia advocate Dr Philip Nitschke; Raelian Roy Tyrell discusses aliens and his search for a Raelian bride.
In this week's program, Father Bob and John discuss the recent Vatican ruling on gay priests; John's best friend's father Imi Weinstein tells why Jews should marry within their faith; and Daman Pal Singh Sarna explains Sikhism and what's he's looking for in a Sikh girl.
This week John accuses Father Bob of smoking; David Oakes demonstrates how Reverse Speech can uncover the hidden meanings in what we say; and the matchmakers try to find a match for a Jainist.
In the aftermath of the Cronulla riot, this week's Speaking in Tongues gets controversial: Scientist Gerard Tarulli uses genetics to explain why we're all basically the same; Macquarie's Public Law academic Andrew Fraser calls for the return of the White Australia Policy; and in our matchmaking segment, Ibrahim Al-Sabahi, Mandaean and former asylum seeker, tells us what he's looking for in a Mandaean girl.
Alien abductee counsellor, Mary Rodwell discusses what her job entails, while a former patient of her's gives John a healing. Sione Crawford, who is an advocate for drug abusers, talks about the current concept on what heroin is. And, Tony Momcilovic, a gay Serbian Orthodox Christian, tries to find his perfect match.... much to Father Bob's dismay.
A debate erupts as Andrew Bolt comes in to argue that social justice should be dealt with by conservative politicians. An interview is conducted with Franklin, Father Bob's dog, and Dog Channeler Deb McBride. Wayne Bawden gives definition to the term "speaking in tongues", but in return wants a Pentacostal Christian bride.
Catholic author John Herad explains why remaining faithful to his church is much more important then being seduced into a same-sex relationship. John and Father Bob question Steven Angelides about how one becomes homophobic. Jaki Sainsbury describes her perfect match. Someone who is a Seventh Day Adventist as she is. Also, viewers finally find out the question pondering everyone. Is Bob's Billboard real?
Jim Goad, an author from the USA, has just been released from Oregon State Penitentiary for the assault on his girlfriend. He discusses his point of view on domestic violence after 2 years in the slammer. Austin Tayshus and Loewenstein discuss zionist Jews. In Matchmaker this week, Anna Koefman tells of Jews that dig Jesus.