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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Life in 500 words: Zola makes waves...with everyone!


Some breeds of dog are forever associated with certain traits in behaviour. Pam Sharpe knows this only too well. Because she has Zola, who made big waves in her life.


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Making fashion inclusive


Getting dressed in style can come with challenges for people living with a disability. There's a push for the clothing industry to reflect this and bring both fashion and functionality to the market. Adaptive fashion allows for self-expression, and empowerment for the wearer, while being easy to put on.


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Brain on Nature episode 10 — keeping up the nature dose


Sarah investigates some of the thinking behind why we can all benefit from regular time spent in nature.


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Melbourne to Mount Isa: one couple's journey to care for a parent in the outback


All of us, at some point, are likely to be faced with the choice about how to take care of ailing parents. When Rebecca and Tony moved from Melbourne to Mt Isa to look after Rebecca's elderly mother, they had no idea how long they'd be away from their city lives.


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Bedtime stories for adults


Being read to at bedtime is one of the great joys of childhood, but why should adults miss out? Kathryn Nicolai, host of the Nothing Much Happens podcast, believes we can all benefit from a soothing story.


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Brain on Nature episode 9 — back on the bike


Sarah’s doctor tells her the neurons that fire together wire together, so she returns to work as a journalist. She takes nature with her.


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Can citizen juries improve democracy and restore public trust?


With public trust in government and institutions failing, we hear from two organisations that work on practical solutions for a more inclusive kind of democracy.


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Want to help fill in the blanks of our weather history?


Scientists are asking us to help reveal the history of our weather patterns, lurking in the yellowed pages of 170-year-old weather journals. Are you interested?


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Brain on Nature episode 8 — there's science to this


Sarah discovers that there’s science to back up her own discovery that being in nature is healing her brain injury. It’s good for all our brains.


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Julia Gillard: women in leadership and life after politics


Australia's first female Prime Minister talks life after politics and women and leadership.


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