Conversations

Spend an hour in someone else's life. Conversations draws you deeper into the life story of someone you may have heard about, but never met.

http://www.abc.net.au/radio/programs/conversations/

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Nardi Simpson on Crocodile Country


Yuwaalaraay writer, storyteller and performer, Nardi Simpson of the Stiff Gins talks about her life, art and the meaning of country


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A boy, his pony and the Sydney Harbour Bridge


Lennie Gwyther was 9 years old when he rode Ginger Mick from country Victoria to Sydney to be at the opening of the Bridge (R)


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In Pico Iyer's Japan the air is thronged with ghosts


Pico was a journalist in New York when a 20-hour layover at Narita airport in Japan made him question everything. He decided to begin again as a monk at a Zen temple in Kyoto. But things didn't go entirely to plan


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The raptor whisperer


Peggy McDonald has spent much of her life as wildlife carer who specialises in helping wedge-tail eagles, falcons, owls and other raptors recover their ability to fly


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Magic mushrooms, micro-dosing and Michael Pollan


How Michael Pollan 'shook the snowglobe' of his mind by investigating the therapeutic effects of psychedelic substances


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The heart expands to fit — a family's adoption story


Justine Flynn's five children were all born in South Korea and adopted into her family


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The epic hunt for the deadly Taipan


Brendan James Murray on the elusive copper-coloured snake species which terrorised post WWII North Queensland (R)


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Not your average dentist


Sharonne Zaks was working as a dentist when an encounter with a patient named Anna led her to develop a radical new branch of dentistry (R)


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The life of 'Mr Eternity'


Throughout the 1930s and 40s, Arthur Stace rose before dawn to write a one-word sermon in chalk on the footpaths of Sydney. Writer Roy Williams unearthed the truth about Arthur Stace's life story with the help of those who knew him personally (R)


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Leigh Sales and the days after the worst possible day


Leigh went through an event in 2014 which changed her profoundly. She was left questioning how we cope when the unimaginable happens (R)


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