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/

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 51m. Bisher sind 1542 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint täglich
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Christine Bryden is defying and re-defining dementia


Diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease at 46, Christine has outlived her expected prognosis by a decade.


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 2016-04-11  50m
 
 

Remembering Bob Ellis


A collection of Bob's finest and funniest moments.


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 2016-04-08  51m
 
 

Freda Marnie Nicholls reveals great Australian swindler, Mrs Livesey


The story of Mrs Ethel Livesey is crowded with bold and heartless acts of deception.


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 2016-04-07  49m
 
 

Publisher Nigel Newton on harnessing the Harry Potter effect


Nigel's publishing house, Bloomsbury, was at the centre of the phenomenon and immense fortune generated by JK Rowling's series.


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 2016-04-06  45m
 
 

Pyotr Patrushev's daring escape from the Soviet Union (R)


Russian translator and interpreter Pyotr fled the Soviet Union by swimming across the Black Sea.


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 2016-04-05  50m
 
 

Trevor Jordan: adoption and the ethics of secrets


Trevor's struggle to locate his biological family makes his an impassioned voice for adoption reform.


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 2016-04-04  49m
 
 

Wendy James' Darwin: transformed by disaster (R)


Wendy has lived through several of Darwin's incarnations, including its destruction by WW2 and Cyclone Tracy.


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 2016-04-01  1h3m
 
 

Edmund Capon's Chinese affair


Edmund traces the thread of his lifelong interest in China's art and archaeology.


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 2016-03-31  47m
 
 

Inside the bear's den with zoologist Hank Harlow


NASA is exploring whether Hank's knowledge of bear biology may be a key to human endurance in space.


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 2016-03-30  49m
 
 

Bill Lawson on engineering a fix for youth unemployment


Bill Lawson applies an engineer's mind to solving social problems.


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 2016-03-29  54m