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When is an egg free-range?


New government labelling regulations will allow egg producers to label their eggs free-range up to 10,00 hens per hectare


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 05 April 2016  14m
 
 

Vale Bob Ellis -- His ten laws of life


Bob Ellis, who has died aged 73, wrote "The Ellis Laws" in 2014. Natasha Mitchell interviewed him about his ten rules for life.


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 04 April 2016  15m
 
 

Game Changers - changing the face of the video game industry


The world of video games has come to a very sophisticated place but it seems there is a dark culture of misogyny lurking both in front of the screen and in the industry itself.


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 04 April 2016  10m
 
 

Why Finnish school students lead the world


Finland's 'joyous, illiterate pre-schoolers' are growing up into world-leading school students. What is it about their education system that works so well?


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 04 April 2016  23m
 
 

Lebanese cooking and family ties


Lebanese-born Alissar Gazal joined us to talk about creating mujaddara, a Lebanese dish with many incarnations around the Arab world.


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 01 April 2016  16m
 
 

Adam Ferrier: unwrapping the generic supermarket label


If you buy generic-brand supermarket products, does it matter what the label looks like?


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 01 April 2016  12m
 
 

Go fund my holiday: has crowd sourcing lost its way?


Crowd-funding is becoming the best way to enable an arts project or a life-saving operation.


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 01 April 2016  15m
 
 

Joshua Yeldham - Surrender


Landscape artist Joshua Yeldham paints and creates exquisite artworks from his natural surroundings. Subject to severe bullying at private school he turned his hand to artwork, drawing his teachers as werewolves to distract the bullies.


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 31 March 2016  19m
 
 

Why we can't protect children against 'Wicked' public images


Wicked camper vans have been the target of international consternation but the law cannot seem to touch them.


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 31 March 2016  22m
 
 

Why do we need new studies into Wind Turbine Syndrome?


Australia has more than 75 wind farms in places like Western Victoria and rural South Australia. While international studies have already found they aren't creating adverse health effects, two new Australian studies will now delve back into the subject, i


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 31 March 2016  8m