Mick Dodson, Andrea Maier and Kathryn Greiner

S2 E13: Covid & Ageing in Australia

Today, Lex & Patricia speak with Gerontologist and researcher Professor Andrea Maier about Covid & Ageing in Australia. Then Barbara, Karen & Trish chat together about this at Jeff’s Cafe.

On Nostalgia Town, Lex speaks with Northern Territory Treaty Commissioner and 2009 Australian of the Year, Mick Dodson, who talks about being orphaned at 10, and only later connecting with his Indigenous roots.

On Your Two Cents Worth, Lex and Patricia speak with Retirement Village Ambassador Kathryn Greiner about the costs of retirement village living.

Mark Pearce, Shane Gould and Justin Bott

S2, E11: Volunteering & Ageing in Australia

Today, Lex & Patricia speak with the CEO of Volunteering Mark Pearce about Volunteering & Ageing in Australia. Then Jude, Patricia and Yvonne chat together about this at Jeff’s Cafe.

On Nostalgia Town, Lex speaks with Olympic Swimming Gold Medallist Shane Gould, who talks about growing up in the eastern states and Fiji, and her life-long journey to contentment.

On Your Two Cents Worth, Lex speaks with Justin Bott from Services Australia about Accommodation and Commonwealth entitlements.

S1, E 13: Accommodation & Ageing

Today in series final Episode 13 we discuss Accommodation & Ageing with Keryn Curtis of Every Age Counts, then two local elders discuss how this affects them on ‘The Punters’ Panel’. We speak with Little Pattie herself, Patricia Amphlett, about her formative cultural experiences growing up in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. Finally, in place of our ‘Out & About’ segment, we feature highlights from the series.