Life Matters - Separate stories podcast

Life Matters - Separate stories podcast

Australia

Life Matters delves into what makes humans tick. Life, but not always as you know it.

Episodes

Real Thing: run like a cheetah  

A Paralympian reinvents herself after her category is banned.

In passionate pursuit of a baby: an IVF love story  

If you want to have a baby in your forties you need to hope for the best and prepare for the worst.

Should we be raising our boys differently?  

Despite the challenges of the 21st century, the nuts and bolts of raising boys from infancy to manhood are the same.

Real Thing: Eastbound Anton  

Anton is facing the biggest challenge of his life; China.

Stolen Legacy - Nazi Theft and the Quest for Justice at Krausenstrasse 17-18 Berlin  

Dina Gold's quest to reclaim her family's property in Germany, stolen by the Nazis

Should toys be gender neutral?  

Meet the woman helping Australia change the way we view gender roles and play for kids.

There's something about Mary Leunig  

More than one ‘Leunig’ knows how to use a pencil.

Custodian of the house: Louise Herron - CEO Sydney Opera House  

What might it be like to be the custodian of Australia's most iconic building?

Troy Cassar-Daley on music, family and the things he carries around  

Troy Cassar-Daley is one of Australia’s finest singer-songwriters with a career spanning 26 years.

Life at 13  

What's life like for 13 year olds today?

Is there such a thing as a 'good' divorce?  

One in three marriages in Australia end in divorce. And while we all know people who've had acrimonious break-ups, there's a new generation, often children of divorced parents, who want to do things differently.

"The Odd Woman and the City"  

Author Vivian Gornick grew up in the Bronx, but dreamed of a glittering life in Manhattan. But it never quite happened.

The Santiago Pilgrimage  

A journey of 800km on foot became much more than a physical journey for novelist and historian Jean-Christophe Rufin.

East West Street  

Barrister, international lawyer and author Philippe Sand on how he discovered the story of his own family's murder by the Nazis during World War Two and the subsequent efforts of Jewish legal minds to sow the seeds for human rights law at the Nuremberg trials.

Taming teenage video game obsession  

If teenage boys are constantly connected to games will they disconnect from everything else?

Are you my brother?  

An unexpected discovery brings together two long lost brothers...

Yassmin and the oil rig  

Yassmin Abdel-Magied works on an oil rig with 150 men. What’s it like being one of only three or four women working offshore for weeks at a time?

Yassmin and the oil rig  

Yassmin Abdel-Magied works on an oil rig with 150 men. What’s it like being one of only three or four women working offshore for weeks at a time?

There's a fax from Bruce - Bruce Beresford and Sue Milliken's collaboration revealed  

Bruce Beresford and Sue Milliken have worked together on a host of iconic films - and their working relationship is revealed in the faxes they sent each other over the years.

There's a fax from Bruce - Bruce Beresford and Sue Milliken's collaboration revealed  

Bruce Beresford and Sue Milliken have worked together on a host of iconic films - and their working relationship is revealed in the faxes they sent each other over the years.

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