Life Matters - Separate stories podcast

Life Matters is your guide to contemporary Australian life. Be part of rich conversations on relationships, family, parenting, education, work, health and consumer issues.

http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/lifematters/

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What was it like to cover the Port Arthur massacre?


Nearly 20 years after the tragedy at Port Arthur, how do we reflect back on the media coverage at the time?


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 23 March 2016  15m
 
 

How will a soft drink tax play out in the UK?


Great Britain is about to introduce a soft drinks tax, but will increasing the price by 50p stop people buying a can of fizzy drink?


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 22 March 2016  7m
 
 

Hope has wings


An orphaned magpie chick joins the Bloom household in Sydney at a time when they need her most. Penguin's bond with Sam Bloom helps her to move forward after a catastrophic accident.


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 22 March 2016  22m
 
 

Is Gen Y going to change how we work?


Gen Y often has a very different approach to work than previous generations. So when the 20-somethings move into management, how will they change workplace culture?


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 22 March 2016  23m
 
 

Maria Toorpakai - disguised as a boy to become Pakistan's top squash player


How Maria Toorpakai went from being a girl, disguised as a boy in traditional Wazir society, to become Pakistan's top female squash player.


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 21 March 2016  13m
 
 

Aged care robots


Robots can have therapeutic benefits and improve independence for some elderly people but there are deep ethical issues around the use of machines for personal care and nursing. 


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 21 March 2016  27m
 
 

Surviving a heart attack


Sixty-two percent of people survive a cardiac arrest in Seattle compared to only nine percent in Australia. Not enough of us are trained in cardiac first aid.


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 20 March 2016  10m
 
 

Maria Toorpakai


As a four year old girl, in Taliban-ruled South Waziristan, Maria Toorpaki saw a ball going up into the sky near her house. She hid and watched men playing volleybal, fascinated.


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 20 March 2016  19m
 
 

Finding a 'forever family' for Australia's foster children


Finding a 'forever family' for Australia's 40 000 foster children is more complicated than it should be. Why?


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 20 March 2016  24m
 
 

Freetown fashionistas - street-style in Sierra Leone


Freetown, Sierra Leone is one of the poorest places on earth. But when it comes to fashion it's a town with serious swagger.


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 17 March 2016  9m