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Episodes

The golden rules of property auctions  

Selling your house by auction or bidding in an auction can be a highly stressful experience. Find out how you can simplify the process for yourself.

Is your computer smarter than you?  

Computers are getting scarily smart, and bacteria is learning to paint. Do we need to be afraid yet?

The golden rules of auctions  

Selling your house in an auction or bidding in an auction can be a highly stressful experience. Patrick Bright from EPS Property Management

One woman's weight loss journey  

Melanie Tait is an ABC broadcaster and author. She has battled with her weight since the age of seven and is about to have gastric sleeve surgery.

Monday night travel: best empty nester destinations  

When the times comes that you've got your superannuation and the kids have moved out - travel is the obvious way to fill your time. Quentin Long from Australian Traveller Magazine has some tips for your best destinations at this age.

Heading West: wines of South Western WA  

Western Australia's deep south west is becoming internationally known as a great region for wine, particularly for its merlot.

One woman's weight loss journey  

Melanie Tait is an ABC broadcaster and author. She has battled with her weight since the age of seven and is about to have gastric sleeve surgery. Phil Clark chats with Melanie about her decision to go ahead with the surgery and is also joined by surgeon Doug Lee

This Week In History: Anne Boleyn loses her head in 1536  

Accused of witchcraft and incest, popular culture has seen this historical figure remembered as a temptress who got on Henry's bad side and paid the price. But as Dr Dolly MacKinnon argues, this account overlooks her political skill and achievement.

The business of death: A quiet revolution is reclaiming the process of dying for families and loved ones  

Death is not an easy subject to discuss, but there is a quiet revolution happening that's empowering us to take ownership of our farewells. A death doula, a funeral director, a cemetery director and a Buddhist chat.

The Business of Death - a quiet revolution is reclaiming the process of dying for families and loved ones  

A death doula, a funeral director, a cemetery director and a Buddhist chat about the changing business of death.

This Week In History: Anne Boleyn loses her head in 1536  

Accused of witchcraft and incest, popular culture has seen this historical figure remembered as a temptress who got on Henry's bad side and paid the price. But as Dr Dolly MacKinnon argues, this account overlooks her political skill and achievement.

This Mortal Coil - Sarah Bakewell  

Existentialism, the philosophical movement that dominated cultural life in Paris after the second world war is the subject of Sarah Bakewell's book Existentialist Cafe; Freedom, Being and Apricot Cocktails.

The Writers - Tracey Spicer  

Tracey Spicer found herself on the outer as an on air journalist on her return from maternity leave. Her book The Good Girl Stripped Bare is aimed at starting a conversation and lead to change.

Are humans destined to become cyborgs?  

Humans are likely to become cyborgs within 200 years as they gradually merge with technology like computers and smart phones.

Motortorque with Toby Hagon  

How much would you be willing to spend on a collectible car at an auction? Why is the i30 such an important car for Hyundai? And what is Harley Davidson about to release that is so different than its conventional bikes?  

Movie Reviews: Ridley Scott blockbuster Alien: Covenant and documentary I Am Heath Ledger  

Ridley Scott doubles down on the mythology of the Alien cinematic universe in the latest film Alien: Covenant, while I Am Heath Ledger is a refreshing, insightful portrait of Ledger the artist.

Last week's budget was a bad one for smokers  

How have smokers and drinkers faired in the 2017 federal budget? Smokers were slugged an extra $360 million while drinkers got off scot-free.

What should you do to boost your super balance?  

A week from the federal budget and it may be the last opportunity for some to make a personal non-concessional contribution - will the housing affordability measures really help? And will all this big spending on infrastructure pay off?  

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