In this week's edition of The Political Spot, the ACL's Katherine Spackman talks to: ACL's Chief of Staff Lyle Shelton about the place of Christian values in Australia; Tasmanian State Director Mark Brown; and finally Kristina Olney from the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom.

[caption id="attachment_6171" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Tasmanian State Director Mark Brown"][/caption]

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[caption id="attachment_6171" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Kristina Olney from the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom"][/caption]

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First she chats to ACL's Lyle Shelton about the place of Christian values in Australia. Listen here.

She also chats to Tasmanian State Director Mark Brown about the Surrogacy Bill currently before parliament. Listen here.

Finally she talks to Kristina Olney, a former ACL employee, about her time at The John Jay Institute and now with the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom. Listen here.

To hear all three interviews, listen here.

To read a transcript of the program, see here.