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.

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Few rental choices on a low income

There are very few places to rent if you're on a low income according to the Anglicare national rental survey.


 2016-04-21  11m

Afghan Intepreter

Jan Bismillah, is an Afghan who worked with the Australian Army in Afghanistan from 2006 until the end of 2012


 2016-04-20  5m

Anti-war protesters tell their stories

Opposition to the Vietnam War and conscription defined a generation. The memories of the protestors are now archived at the Australian War Memorial.


 2016-04-20  14m

Norway's child protection system under fire

Norway's child protection system is being labelled 'monstrous' for it's overly punitive response to families deemed irresponsible parents.


 2016-04-20  11m

What can Mrs Doubtfire teach us about old age?

Wearing the mask of the elderly is teaching carers compassion.


 2016-04-20  18m

Norway's punitive child removal policies

Norway's widely regarded as one of the world's most progressive societies, yet it's at the centre of an international storm over its child protection policies. Campaigners accuse social workers of removing children - some from immigrant backgrounds - from


 2016-04-19  15m

How I met your father

A fairytale ending for a single mother who met and married the sperm donor who fathered her child.


 2016-04-19  17m

Who made me: donor conception

Victoria has passed a law giving all donor-conceived children access to identifying information about their donor once they turn eighteen. Prior to 1998, sperm donors could be anonymous but this new law gives access to all children, regardless of when the


 2016-04-19  19m

Why I fled Sri Lanka: a Reverend's story

After fleeing Sri Lanka in 1986, the Reverend Dr John Jegasothy has spent years working with refugees coming out of detention. But it's not without a personal cost.


 2016-04-18  14m

A new path for ovarian cancer sufferers

A new diagnostic approach is changing the way doctors approach ovarian cancer treatment


 2016-04-18  12m