Life Matters - Separate stories podcast

Life Matters is your guide to a better life for you, those you love and the place you call home. We're here to help you get a handle on all the important stuff: love, sex, health, fitness, parenting, career, finances and family.

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

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      If you experienced a crisis, what ways would you most need support?


      During times of crisis, where do you turn for support?


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      What kids and parents really want from early-childhood education


      A new survey reveals insights into what kids like doing at daycare and what makes their days hard.


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      13m
       

      Who do you trust?


      Author Rachel Botsman explores trust in the digital age.


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      18m
       

      Modern Dilemma: How do I tell a work colleague I don't want him commenting on my appearance?


      Sonia is regularly complemented on her appearance by a more senior male colleague, and it's starting to make her feel uncomfortable.


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      Fast, smart and connected: your responses to the Boyer Lectures


      While Life Matters has been exploring the smartphone and all the ways it impacts our lives, this year's Boyer Lectures by Professor Genevieve Bell also tease apart what it means to be human in a digital world.


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      7m
       

      Tchingal: the story of a killer emu


      An Aboriginal creation story about a killer emu is set to become the first legally protected element of intangible heritage in Australia.


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      9m
       

      Why time flies


      The essence of time is a problem as compelling and mysterious as it is central to the human experience.


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      16m
       

      Invisible farmers reveal their lives


      A reluctant milk producer, a fiercely independent egg farmer, an indigenous elder restoring country, and a wild catch seafood advocate tell their stories in an exhibition called The Invisible Farmer.


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      13m
       

      Using hip hop to build resilience and improve mental health


      It's a genre of music that has its origins in the Bronx in New York in the 1970s, but hip hop has been embraced around the world as a potent form of youth culture.


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      16m
       

      Making babies in the 21st century


      What's the impact of social change, environment, lifestyle and working patterns having on fertility?


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